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Originally Posted by Maximillion View Post

The FM team has been working relentlessly for months making sure every performance detail is perfect. Why would you think there would be any type of launch issue(s) despite their perpetual efforts?

I think he means stock issues
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Originally Posted by Maximillion View Post

The FM team has been working relentlessly for months making sure every performance detail is perfect. Why would you think there would be any type of launch issue(s) despite their perpetual efforts?

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post #1643 of 4018
Oh yeah!!! Great news guys, the mouse is FINALLY not released yet tongue.gif
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https://www.amazon.com/Finalmouse-Scream-One-First-Edition/dp/B01LZBCEIR/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1476225732&sr=8-2&keywords=FinalMouse+scream+one







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Developed in tandem with Adil "Scream" Benrlitom, the S1 was built to surpass every esports performance benchmark
The S1 boasts the all new pmw3360 esports sensor. With a higher framerate, integrated illumination, and enhanced tracking ability
Firmware for the S1’s NXP chipset was developed in-house to ensure every line of code pushed the mouse to its performance limits
The S1 is the lightest Finalmouse built to date; with improved internal components, side buttons, and 20m switches
1ms click latency, 1ms fully consistent report rate, exact 1:1 burst motion reads, zero sensor delay, zero prediction, zero acceleration
Edited by Kommando Kodiak - 10/11/16 at 3:47pm
post #1645 of 4018
I don't know why the DPI button is not on the bottom, even though they have a glitch detection on it. They are using Huanos right? Doesn't that mean it will be stiffer to click then previous FinalMouses?
post #1646 of 4018
I guess it's time to learn how to debraid cables so I can open up my mouse options by 95%
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Originally Posted by Hunched View Post

I guess it's time to learn how to debraid cables so I can open up my mouse options by 95%
Step 1. Cut braid
Step 2. Pull braid
EZ
post #1648 of 4018
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Originally Posted by equlix View Post

Step 1. Cut braid
Step 2. Pull braid
EZ

I've heard it can be a bit time consuming, depending on the braid and length of the cable and how careful you want to be.
It doesn't just fall off after a single cut.

I assume you're being sarcastic by the "EZ"
post #1649 of 4018
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Originally Posted by Hunched View Post

I've heard it can be a bit time consuming, depending on the braid and length of the cable and how careful you want to be.
It doesn't just fall off after a single cut.

I assume you're being sarcastic by the "EZ"

it is fairly easy. I just use a very thin scissor and slide it along the braid, then pull it off. takes a while but it's not difficult at all.
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Originally Posted by Hunched View Post

I've heard it can be a bit time consuming, depending on the braid and length of the cable and how careful you want to be.
It doesn't just fall off after a single cut.

I assume you're being sarcastic by the "EZ"
Yes and no. Invest in a pair of medical scissors if you are the type of person that wants to mod every cable to be a zowie cable. It makes the process much faster and easier.
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