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post #861 of 4018
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Originally Posted by IlIkeJuice View Post

How hard is it, really. 3360, raw, WMO-style shape, good build quality. £40-$60 at most, that's it. At this rate, might as well build my own.

You build it and I'll be sure to pay a premium price to buy it.
post #862 of 4018
I got the 2016 ergo and the quality is better than the 2015 I had, mainly the left and right click feel better. But I'm just using this temporarily till scream one. If only there was a non-**** 3360 shape out ATM....
post #863 of 4018
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Originally Posted by IlIkeJuice View Post

How hard is it, really. 3360, raw, WMO-style shape, good build quality. £40-$60 at most, that's it. At this rate, might as well build my own.

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Originally Posted by Pragmatist View Post

You build it and I'll be sure to pay a premium price to buy it.

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Originally Posted by ticoversion1 View Post

I got the 2016 ergo and the quality is better than the 2015 I had, mainly the left and right click feel better. But I'm just using this temporarily till scream one. If only there was a non-**** 3360 shape out ATM....

Not counting the Final Mouse Screem One - there are about 6 other mice with Pixart 3360 Sensors coming out in the next few months:
Most were announced or shown at Computex

http://www.overclock.net/t/1602282/lets-compile-all-3360-3366-and-their-release-dates-for-everyone/0_100#post_25234812
Edited by speedyeggtart - 6/6/16 at 10:05pm
post #864 of 4018
I got the FM Ergo 2016.. I like the shape and weight.. but that dpi button which (as far as I understand) you cannot turn off is in a horrible position. That is really turning me off this mouse. Also the stock mouse feet scratch on my Logitech pad (cloth) other than that it is a very good mouse. I like it better than the deathadder shape and weight wise.
post #865 of 4018
So the private release deadline is this Wednesday. Will Scream switch then? Do they really have the mouse out in production now? If not its likely the July date is also nonsense if they can't make this date.
post #866 of 4018
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Originally Posted by rugi View Post

So the private release deadline is this Wednesday. Will Scream switch then? Do they really have the mouse out in production now? If not its likely the July date is also nonsense if they can't make this date.

Here's the twist. The ScreamOne doesn't actually exist. Neither does FinalMouse. It's all a construct of our imaginations in the quest to find the perfect mouse.
post #867 of 4018
Anyone remember when Scream originally revealed that fake Scream One on stream? Good times. In all honesty I'd be surprised if he's even touched a finalized (no pun intended) unit of the product at the time of this post.
post #868 of 4018
You guys are so hard on this company, for taking their time. It's weird to me. At least. At the very least, their clicks don't feel like garbage. And if the sensor is even a fraction as good as the logitech ones. It's gona be my mouse of choice. Simply because shape and clicks are one of the most important parts of implementation. I guess as long as I don't get glaucoma from the LED.
post #869 of 4018
Are you actually familiar with their history? They've been deceptive and have outright lied a number of times and that's not even just in reference to the scream one release date. They still knowingly falsely advertise the weight of their mice, months and months after it was pointed out several times and they even acknowledged it and said they'd correct it. if anything we treat them too well by still discussing their sorry butts and letting people know about them.
post #870 of 4018
Listen, I'm on my third RMA for my G303. I've had to submit 2+ RMA requests each time because the agent I've talked too has mishandled the support request. I have a g502 where the mouse wheel moves so much it sounds like a baby rattle when I move it. I've got a mionix castor with click latency almost as bad as a rocket launch to the moon. The KPM had a DPI shift bug forever. Most of the razor mice are unusable, the software they force you to use makes the mouse inaccurate. And this company lies about the weight, and that's the hill you pick to die on?

Even if you get a faulty model. Even if it's defective, you don't like it, whatever. The return process from amazon is going to be leagues ahead of whatever you get from buying direct from any other mouse manufacturer. And If you're going to tell me the build quality is any worse. Well, I'm not really convinced that it is. I have a classic ergo. It's not that bad.
Edited by Venrar - 6/12/16 at 4:03pm
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