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post #1621 of 4018
i fear it's just gonna be bad in terms of build quality / QC. i hope i'm wrong though - can't have enough competition in the peripheral industry imo
post #1622 of 4018
The FM TP I used had great sensor tracking - the coating felt very bad though and was very slippery - scroll wheel and clicks were very good, mouse skates I don't remember and I think I didn't care for the braided cable but it wasn't too bad

My main gripe was the shape just wasn't for me -- but it was def up there in terms of click/sensor perf
post #1623 of 4018
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post

the coating felt very bad though and was very slippery

i feel like this has been one of the primary things most companies seemed to have neglected for a long while, good finishes and coatings. but i suppose most customers don't care that much anyway :-/
personally i really dig texture that feels good on my palm, fingers, fingertips. though i guess i'm more focused on comfort than performance because pretty much every mouse with an IC sensor from ~2005 and up is OK with me
post #1624 of 4018
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

i feel like this has been one of the primary things most companies seemed to have neglected for a long while, good finishes and coatings. but i suppose most customers don't care that much anyway :-/
I guess it's a bit difficult to have coating which is ideal for casual use and gaming use. For example I can't use my EC2-A for casual browsing. It's just way too slippery but it's pretty decent while gaming.

Of the mice I've had so far the G403's had the best coating, made even better by its rubber side grips.
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post #1626 of 4018
"They used to talk about my one taps"
post #1627 of 4018
"Please talk about my one taps again"
post #1628 of 4018
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Interesting. I thought he was using the ScreamOne all this time???? Does this confirm that he was using an old sensor in the shell for all this time?
post #1629 of 4018
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Originally Posted by rugi View Post

Interesting. I thought he was using the ScreamOne all this time???? Does this confirm that he was using an old sensor in the shell for all this time?

No he was using the new one, they just sent him another - possibly a final 'build' of it while he may have been using an RC version
post #1630 of 4018
It'll still look as amateur hour'ish as Ino's test sample.
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