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Bought one from esportstore - https://www.esportstore.com/finalmouse/gaming-mice/scream-one-second-edition-1

Invoice that arrived with it says Second Edition but it says First Edition on the box. So yeah, be wary of buying from this store.

That store is good. Finalmouse is dodgy
post #3762 of 3884
Hi - usually just a browser, but I thought about someone with my kind of preferences also looking for reviews or thoughts of people with similar hands.

My hands are 20 - 21 x 10 - 11cm, and my preferred grip is a 1 - 3 - 1 relaxed-ish claw grip. This mouse is probably closest to what I would use as a daily driver clashing with the FK1 and beating out the almost perfect G403. Controversy aside, I seemed to have received a pretty good unit scoring a full 12 on the QC sticker (Whatever that means) with just a little rattle in LMB and RMB.

My main criticism of the shape is that the thumb grooves are too dipped in - it causes my ring and middle finger to mush together and fight for a spot on RMB and it forces me to modify my grip so that just one finger on RMB which I am not used to at all. I do like how the sides are pretty flat which is a good thing for angling or positioning your thumb freely. A final point - the FK1 does this too, but in intense play the rightmost edge of my palm gets cramped which sucks because I really like this mouse.

The price is weird - there's definitely products that feel like they're way more sturdy and well built than the ScreaM One like Zowies. If you're feeling lucky and rich though and your claw hands aren't wider than 10cm than I'd give this mouse a shot.
post #3763 of 3884
Today we are releasing firmware version 2.0 of the Scream One with immediate availability.

We have been listening to your feedback and working diligently behind the scenes, testing out a myriad of solutions to the remaining issue on the Scream One Second Edition; the issue of "slam click", whereby a "click" gets registered by the mouse when it is placed back onto the mousepad with some level of force.

While this issue does not occur for the vast majority of our customers during regular game play, it was still reported by some, and we were able to identify a method whereby this can be dramatically decreased or altogether eliminated.

Our button press algorithms have been altered to account for these accidental presses while maintaining our fast click latency and performance. This should remove any clicking issues related to slamming the mouse down or accidental clicks while placing the mouse down with force during game play.

As the OC community is significantly more thorough than most other hardware enthusiast websites, especially when it comes to mice, we wanted to share this with you directly, and hear your feedback as you validate it yourselves.

The latest firmware can be applied via the link on the Finalmouse site.

We greatly appreciate any and all feedback you have for us.
post #3764 of 3884
Do you have any technical details on the firmware update? Is there literally zero change to click latency? Or phrased another way, is there any downside to flashing this update if the click-slam is a complete non-issue for me?

BTW, kudos on the new direction FM is taking with better PR, customer service, and communication. Keep it up and eventually your company's reputation will come around.
post #3765 of 3884
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Do you have any technical details on the firmware update? Is there literally zero change to click latency? Or phrased another way, is there any downside to flashing this update if the click-slam is a complete non-issue for me?

BTW, kudos on the new direction FM is taking with better PR, customer service, and communication. Keep it up and eventually your company's reputation will come around.
Our testing showed no negative impact to performance. Even if the slam click issue didn't occur for you, we recommend updating to the latest firmware just in case.
post #3766 of 3884
Just tested the firmware update...... Its worse than before. It now activates with a light tap down with no motion where as before I had to be moving the mouse side to side and tap down for it to activate.
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Just tested the firmware update...... Its worse than before. It now activates with a light tap down with no motion where as before I had to be moving the mouse side to side and tap down for it to activate.
To clarify, you downloaded the latest updater from our website, installed the firmware successfully, and still have the issue? Can you record/show this? It would be very helpful for support.

This is the first report of the issue not being resolved with the 2.0 firmware (we spent time testing this both internally and externally with select customers via our support team).
post #3768 of 3884
Flashed the latest firmware, I could still make it actuate. No problems in game as always.

Maybe you guys didn't face it during testing because your switches are all intact. My S1 1st Edition has been my primary mouse since the day I got it.
post #3769 of 3884
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Flashed the latest firmware, I could still make it actuate. No problems in game as always.

Maybe you guys didn't face it during testing because your switches are all intact. My S1 1st Edition has been my primary mouse since the day I got it.
How hard did you have to "slam" for it to actuate? You mention it didn't happen to you in game at all before-- it definitely won't now.
post #3770 of 3884
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To clarify, you downloaded the latest updater from our website, installed the firmware successfully, and still have the issue? Can you record/show this? It would be very helpful for support.

This is the first report of the issue not being resolved with the 2.0 firmware (we spent time testing this both internally and externally with select customers via our support team).

Here is the video. I went on your site today and downloaded the update tool and ran it and it said the update was successful.
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