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post #1301 of 4018
Finalmouse was a cheesy but understandable marketing gimmick when they first came out with a mouse ("the final mouse you'll ever need to buy" or whatever it was), but once they decided to make another it became pretty dumb. And became hilariously dumb when jude was talking about their plans to release a bunch of variants.
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Originally Posted by kashim View Post

then finalmouse screamone can use Hyperglide MS Optical 1.1/Explorer 3.0 skates?

no, they can actually make feet with the same dimensions as FM - but they'll only do it if it's profitable aka if a lot of users want it. Jude would probably have to push for it to make it happen (which he should) and scream would be behind it because he used to use those skates, honestly they're the best and don't really have any competition - but they do take a long time to make new ones

Also for future products they make I hope they change the side coating, feels like ABS on a keyboard where it gets shiny/slippery.. that's my one 'big' con of the mouse is I can't get a solid grip on it, even then still poops on my ZA as much as I hate to say it just being honest.. but ZA's coating was the grippiest rubber coating I've ever touched.. was super nice, sweat or dry hands I had a grip - they did a sick job with that
Edited by ncck - 8/5/16 at 2:54pm
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I plan to rock the TP until the scream drops then compare how the two compare sensor wise & other aspects such as how the mouse feels with the S1's sensor position being different, buttons & weight. Alllllso obviously with them taking so long the QC better be better than the ergo & TP issues they had right?? Well as i reported mine had scuffs on the mouse 1 & 2's. I sent it back to Amazon. Well bae said hey i'll get you a TP to use for 30 days until the S1 comes so you can compare them how you wanna..nice of her i know. Well it came today.

This copy has scuff marks on mouse 1 & 2 as well......
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They all have the same scuffs afaik, not sure but I think they do their own qc before shipping with a machine and it probably got scratched in the process

So for me basically I need to see the same thing, which is will the 3360 really beat the 3310 @ 500 and how will the raised sensor feel.

Like I said before I'm not sure it will and the only thing I really need to change is the mouse skates. Forv whatever reason the glide is fairly slow and it makes lifting feel a little weird (I think the sharp feet grab the threads of the cloth a little). Also the side grip needs to change but I can deal with it everything else feels like it's pretty good. Scrolling, the hair trigger clicks are very good, and yeah it's not bad like people were saying I prefer it over many mice just minor things which will probably pan out over time. I'm curious also if the 3360 performs better at 1000 or 500 cause 3310 is def better at 500 for me, slow movements seem to pick up better
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post

They all have the same scuffs afaik, not sure but I think they do their own qc before shipping with a machine and it probably got scratched in the process

So for me basically I need to see the same thing, which is will the 3360 really beat the 3310 @ 500 and how will the raised sensor feel.

Like I said before I'm not sure it will and the only thing I really need to change is the mouse skates. Forv whatever reason the glide is fairly slow and it makes lifting feel a little weird (I think the sharp feet grab the threads of the cloth a little). Also the side grip needs to change but I can deal with it everything else feels like it's pretty good. Scrolling, the hair trigger clicks are very good, and yeah it's not bad like people were saying I prefer it over many mice just minor things which will probably pan out over time. I'm curious also if the 3360 performs better at 1000 or 500 cause 3310 is def better at 500 for me, slow movements seem to pick up better

I have noticed with the mouse that it seems slower with my usual sens. I noticed it right off the bat when hopping in the game. I'll adjust as i use it more.

As for the scuffs. Just shouldn't happen. Idk what it is but as said it doesn't effect the buttons.

The performance & shape are fine by me. I like both. We'll see how the S1 is, & if it steps up Fm's game or not. They have been cooking this one up a long while.
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post

They all have the same scuffs afaik, not sure but I think they do their own qc before shipping with a machine and it probably got scratched in the process

So for me basically I need to see the same thing, which is will the 3360 really beat the 3310 @ 500 and how will the raised sensor feel.

Like I said before I'm not sure it will and the only thing I really need to change is the mouse skates. Forv whatever reason the glide is fairly slow and it makes lifting feel a little weird (I think the sharp feet grab the threads of the cloth a little). Also the side grip needs to change but I can deal with it everything else feels like it's pretty good. Scrolling, the hair trigger clicks are very good, and yeah it's not bad like people were saying I prefer it over many mice just minor things which will probably pan out over time. I'm curious also if the 3360 performs better at 1000 or 500 cause 3310 is def better at 500 for me, slow movements seem to pick up better

Are you guys sure those "scuffs" aren't the injection points from the molding process?
post #1307 of 4018
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Originally Posted by Kommando Kodiak View Post

Are you guys sure those "scuffs" aren't the injection points from the molding process?
Exactly what I figured they were from when I heard the description.
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No I'm not sure that was my guess, sorry didn't intend for it to sound like a fact

Yeah phiz I think it's the sharp mouse feet helping it be slower. I'm used to it already but I'll probably slap some hypers on it
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FİnalMouse 2015 Ergo can easily malfunction above Puretrak Talent also its not stable. So what is your mousepad recommandation for FinalMouse Scream One? Puretrak Talent is not good idea i think because its not fully black
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Originally Posted by ayktekc View Post

FİnalMouse 2015 Ergo can easily malfunction above Puretrak Talent also its not stable. So what is your mousepad recommandation for FinalMouse Scream One? Puretrak Talent is not good idea i think because its not fully black

https://www.amazon.com/Glorious-Heavy-Gaming-Mouse-Mat/dp/B00NOD0GX6/
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