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Got an email with DHL Express tracking 4 hours ago. \o/
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Got an email with DHL Express tracking 4 hours ago. \o/

are u in the US?
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EU - Sweden.
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Ah alright, I was wondering if I'd get my tracking details soon as well when I asked that. I'd requested the US store's support to help push my order ahead into the first lot that ships on 3rd as I'm leaving on 9th night and won't be back. Unfortunately they couldn't squeeze it in and I cancelled just now. Looks like the Europe shop doesn't have shipping to India either.

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Is there some way I can order this to India?
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To anyone who hasn't received a tracking number yet (especially those in the USA), I was told by support in the USA that the first batch should be shipping out tomorrow. thumb.gif
    
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I guess someone might be me interested how DM1 Pro S looks inside smile.gif



main: 20 mln Omrons
side: 3 mln MWK
under scroll: 20 mln TTC - its a bit less stiff than in previous version also more pleasant to click
scroll encoder TTC, same as in previous

As about sensor, no problem to reach max speed 5 m/s,


LOD is 1 mm on most pads i tested also seems to be fully compatible with all of them, no sensor bug like in PMW3310, feeling is more optical, sth like A3090.
DPI seems accurate (with +/-20 dpi measurement margin), no interpolation, no acceleration.

mouse weighs 85g, rest components (like cable, glides) and shape is the same as in DM1 Pro.

About glossy - remember that only top shell is glossy, sides are rubberized.

Box smile.gif
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I guess someone might be me interested how DM1 Pro S looks inside smile.gif



main: 20 mln Omrons
side: 3 mln MWK
under scroll: 20 mln TTC - its a bit less stiff than in previous version also more pleasant to click
scroll encoder TTC, same as in previous

As about sensor, no problem to reach max speed 5 m/s,


LOD is 1 mm on most pads i tested also seems to be fully compatible with all of them, no sensor bug like in PMW3310, feeling is more optical, sth like A3090.
DPI seems accurate (with +/-20 dpi measurement margin), no interpolation, no acceleration.

mouse weighs 85g, rest components (like cable, glides) and shape is the same as in DM1 Pro.

About glossy - remember that only top shell is glossy, sides are rubberized.

Box smile.gif


Thanksfor the pics but i wanted to actually see the bottom shell part with the PCB removed. A look on the sensor hole spot.
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Thx for the inside picture.

I don't get it, why they put 20mio click switches under the middle mouse button but only 3 mio under the back button.
I think the browser back button (side button) is more use than a sroll wheel click.
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Thanksfor the pics but i wanted to actually see the bottom shell part with the PCB removed. A look on the sensor hole spot.

here is your hole spot.. everyone like holes tongue.gif



also here are some pics of whole mouse




it's worth to mention that lens is not rattling as long as you dont remove it from the sensor itself (there is like a small seal holding them both)

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Thx for the inside picture.

I don't get it, why they put 20mio click switches under the middle mouse button but only 3 mio under the back button.
I think the browser back button (side button) is more use than a sroll wheel click.

there was simply no good implementation of side buttons with normal microswitches, so it was better to have them with less lifespan but with no overtravel. So they can be fast responsive and more pleasant to click.
Edited by Dahvi - 8/4/16 at 4:07am
post #150 of 934
Received mine today as well. Wasn't convinced to the shape as I have a pretty big hand, but ye it's really good. Got EC1 with 3090 sensor before and I'm pretty amazed how this mouse feels so far.
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