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post #961 of 4018
Yeah but it looks like the Revel is going to be RELEASED.

Cough*
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post #962 of 4018
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Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post

Never said I wouldn't. FM has taught me how to be patient about releases.

Nixeus is doing this right, no solid dates and they are managing expectations well.

Learning patience is one thing. Being led on & lied to more than the goverment does it's citizens & having no choice but to wait is a different thing.

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Originally Posted by popups View Post

85g for only 2 side buttons makes the Revel a little heavier than it should be for a 3360 mouse.

It's still light. Which was the point i made, simple. Could it be lighter? Of course. Still at a solid spot where it is.

It was said that you can add weight when you order correct? Doesn't that mean brackets or internals rather than can hold more weight, can be removed to drop extra slack?
post #963 of 4018
Isn't that the same weight as the TP? I would assume the Scream1 is going to be the same weight until I see it on a scale in a review. That is unless the Nixeus actually weighs more than its stated weight as well.
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

Isn't that the same weight as the TP? I would assume the Scream1 is going to be the same weight until I see it on a scale in a review. That is unless the Nixeus actually weighs more than its stated weight as well.

They actually showed the mouse on a food scale showing the weight in one of the mouse threads.
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Originally Posted by speedyeggtart View Post

They actually showed the mouse on a food scale showing the weight in one of the mouse threads.

The Nixeus or the FM TP? I've seen the TP and its actual weight is 88g IIRC.
post #966 of 4018
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

The Nixeus or the FM TP? I've seen the TP and its actual weight is 88g IIRC.

Nixeus showed it, you can check both picks here, just hit the arrow to look at the previous pic.


http://www.overclock.net/t/1600694/lightbox/post/25257711/id/2807531
Edited by PhiZaRoaH - 6/19/16 at 9:53pm
post #967 of 4018
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Originally Posted by reddy89 View Post

Well we don't know sensor position on the Revel just yet. Here's hoping it's not terrible.

The Coolermaster MasterMouse will probably pioneer the best mice to date since they actually have a sensor position slider where users can adjust to their liking. The Nixeus mouse in the 125mm length range should be pretty good if they they put the sensor position in the middle.
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I can't believe this brand is still talked about. I can't believe people still write to this thread biggrin.gif it's only an entertainment thread now.
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

Nixeus showed it, you can check both picks here, just hit the arrow to look at the previous pic.


http://www.overclock.net/t/1600694/lightbox/post/25257711/id/2807531

So it is very slightly lighter than the TP and probably the S1. I guess the lightest 3360 mouse is still too heavy though. For me at least <100g is fine and I like smaller mice than both the S1 and the Nixeus so they should be able to be lighter and also feel a bit heavier even at the same weight probably.
post #970 of 4018
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Originally Posted by Nilizum View Post

The Coolermaster MasterMouse will probably pioneer the best mice to date since they actually have a sensor position slider where users can adjust to their liking. The Nixeus mouse in the 125mm length range should be pretty good if they they put the sensor position in the middle.

The Mastermouse will Shaq at the freethrow.

Sensor position changing is a nice feature though.
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