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post #11 of 46
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Originally Posted by tunelover View Post

will buy this as long as weight is under 105g

Wouldn't bet on it. Same design as the 550m which means it will be 115-120g or so
post #12 of 46
550m is not decent, it's great in wheel, side buttons, coating section, cable could have been rubberized one, lighter than g502, and sensor tracking same as 3366 pmw, just 5mln buttons clicks are dissapointing

if i didn't have 550m would have bought this revenger prolly
post #13 of 46
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Originally Posted by Ufasas View Post

if i didn't have 550m would have bought this revenger prolly

That's the same logic that can always be applied to almost everything we buy, it's only a stop gap measure where we wait for the NEXT proper mouse purchase helpinghand.gif .
post #14 of 46
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

Yeah, why do all the new 3360 mice have to be so damn heavy?

With the 3360, mice can be significantly lighter, have a higher sensor position and could be smaller.
post #15 of 46
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

With the 3360, mice can be significantly lighter, have a higher sensor position and could be smaller.
Significantly? If you consider the weight of a LED, lens (difference) and the added PCB area significant, then yes. Smaller? I don't think the size in lens difference matters that much for the resulting PCB size. The external LED obviously adds some length to the PCB but you are overestimating the PCB weight. By far the most weight in mice is taken by the useless "reinforcing" plastic. Ninox Aurora is already sturdy enough. Plus 3360 operating voltage is around two volts so it requires more PCB space for the regulation circuitry, but that doesn't really matter in resulting size. The smallest possible PCB and highest sensor position can be made by utilizing a PLN sensor.
Edited by trism - 6/4/16 at 4:37am
post #16 of 46
post #17 of 46
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Originally Posted by prokopf View Post

Website says 120 g

http://cougargaming.com/products/mice/revenger/

Same as 550M. Womp womp.

http://cougargaming.com/products/mice/550m/
post #18 of 46
Damn that mouse is huge. Why isn't that guy who is always complaining the EC1, DA, and Rival are too small all over this thread? Seems like the one mouse he might not consider "small"
post #19 of 46
I love how they called it the Revenger to distinguish it from the numerical series when it's just the same mold w/ updated sensor. #marketing
post #20 of 46
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Originally Posted by Maximillion View Post

I love how they called it the Revenger to distinguish it from the numerical series when it's just the same mold w/ updated sensor. #marketing

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