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post #21 of 741
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Originally Posted by Dylan Nails View Post

wheres 3360 abyssus

i'd be down for something like this. or something like the MX300 or G100s.
3360, good firmware, nice MCU, no side-buttons, light, good clicks and wheel..
in fact, a G303 without side-buttons and a shape more similar to the G100s would probably be somewhat of a dream-mouse for me.
post #22 of 741
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

i'd be down for something like this. or something like the MX300 or G100s.
3360, good firmware, nice MCU, no side-buttons, light, good clicks and wheel..
in fact, a G303 without side-buttons and a shape more similar to the G100s would probably be somewhat of a dream-mouse for me.

Meh, I want 1 side button at least. I never use both and I don't use the side button in CS:GO or anything, but I do in a bunch of more casual games now. Its useful in things like R6S, The Culling, Arma3, and some other stuff. I can't imagine ever using more than 3 buttons, but I also never bind mousewheel click to anything and always rebind anything bound to whatever button is closest to my thumb.
post #23 of 741
well, the MX500 - G400S series is probably the only shape i've used that didn't have side-buttons placed in spots where they'd bother my grip.
side-buttons are convenient for sure, but i'd much rather feel unrestricted and free to grip my mouse without feeling any filthy buttons.
one day i'm gonna snap, gather all mice on the planet, remove all the side-buttons, and burn them all with a flamethrower. good riddance!
post #24 of 741
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Originally Posted by Peter Nixeus View Post

Nixeus Desolator = 3360 sensor


Ship Date: TBA

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don't keep us in suspense for too long. This mouse looks promising.
post #25 of 741
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

well, the MX500 - G400S series is probably the only shape i've used that didn't have side-buttons placed in spots where they'd bother my grip.
side-buttons are convenient for sure, but i'd much rather feel unrestricted and free to grip my mouse without feeling any filthy buttons.
one day i'm gonna snap, gather all mice on the planet, remove all the side-buttons, and burn them all with a flamethrower. good riddance!

I've never had a problem with them other than sniper buttons, but my favorite shapes with side buttons are the g303 and m45/m65. The sniper button on the m65 is horrendous especially on the newer ones. The older ones had it farther forward and it wasn't as big a problem. Both of them have pretty small side buttons though. Strangely enough the M45/M65 are the only ergo shape I've ever liked and it is actually IMO pretty similar to the G303, but the rest of the mouse is awful at least on the older ones. I used an old M65 for a while because I went to best buy in urgent need of a mouse and it was the only one there I liked the shape of. Now I have no clue how I ever use that damn thing. The giant heavy metal scroll wheel slams back and forth. The buttons are only reported every 12ms and have 24ms of debouncing, the mouse is too heavy, the sniper button is annoying, the clicks feel like crap. I could probably think of a few more. Oh yeah, the sensor is crap, but the M45/M65 have a 3310/3360 so there are some with in theory good sensors, but IDK if I would trust that there isn't a problem on that front too.
post #26 of 741
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

I'm guessing like most of the smaller startups he found an OEM and used one of their shells, but since I don't know a ton I can't say for sure. For the sake of people who would like this sort of thing I hope he does a better job than most of the others if that is the case though. People seem to not hate on Dream Machines much though and they pretty much just took an OEM shell and put a 3310 in it, but I think there are some debouncing firmware issues with it. Nothing as bad as the ninox aurora though, but a pretty similar mistake that isn't as noticeable due to shorter delays on button releases.

Edit: Also hopefully he doesn't go the FM path and spin a bunch of hype and half truths and charge ridiculous prices tongue.gif

Nixeus is more known for their Vue 24" AMD FreeSync 144Hz Gaming Monitor - there wasn't much hype around it either, but from what I have seen so far it is one of best because it was one of the few that shipped with no issues at all. Only one to work out of the box for 30Hz to 144Hz Adaptive-Sync/FreeSync. Even AMD uses their monitors for their new Polaris demos at CES 2016 and other events.

I own one of their first NX-VUE27 monitors that I bought 4 years ago - still working well today. I read some where that one variation of their 27" was actually the first that AMD got working with FreeSync demoing it at Computex a few years ago.

Both monitors shipped at lower prices compared to others at the time.
Edited by speedyeggtart - 6/7/16 at 3:30am
post #27 of 741
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Wow that looks dope. Why haven't I heard of this until now?
post #28 of 741
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Originally Posted by end0rphine View Post

Finalmouse scream is meant to come out July 10th 2016 for consumers: http://finalmouse.tumblr.com/

I'm going to scream if it doesn't


*gets coat
post #29 of 741
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post

  • Scream One (ETA At the edge of time itself)

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