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post #21 of 934
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

The DM2 has a lower click latency than the G303 if that's anything to go by.

I did not know this if it is true. Most if not all mice are usually measured against the 303 since it's Click latency is just absolutely great. Had no idea anything was lower currently.
post #22 of 934
G303 is +5ms compared to Ikari.
post #23 of 934
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

I did not know this if it is true. Most if not all mice are usually measured against the 303 since it's Click latency is just absolutely great. Had no idea anything was lower currently.

Myself and Ino both did reviews and both of us got a lower click latency than the G303 by about 3ms or so thumb.gif
post #24 of 934
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Originally Posted by przem33k View Post

G303 is +5ms compared to Ikari.
i thought uaok measured +4ms vs ikari. not sure

but yea, from my testing vs teensy, g303 is 5.5ms slower than absolute limit
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post #25 of 934
Well it would be +5ms if I measured it against the Areson/Gigabyte M63. But it's too late to go back now and retest everything.
post #26 of 934
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

Myself and Ino both did reviews and both of us got a lower click latency than the G303 by about 3ms or so thumb.gif

That is good then. Guess we'll see if it carries over to the DM1 pro S. Time will tell.
post #27 of 934
Hm.....this or the Nexus Revel....need to decide before Massdrop's buy ends.
post #28 of 934
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Hm.....this or the Nexus Revel....need to decide before Massdrop's buy ends.

Flip a coin, DM still will have the Braided cable, Revel will have a rubber one. I that kinda thing matters.
post #29 of 934
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Hm.....this or the Nexus Revel....need to decide before Massdrop's buy ends.

Flip a coin, DM still will have the Braided cable, Revel will have a rubber one. I that kinda thing matters.

Why do you guys have to always CHOOSE questionmark.gif ?

Just buy both and be happy, if you don't like one of them sell it on Ebay and you've lost nothing.
post #30 of 934
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Why do you guys have to always CHOOSE questionmark.gif ?

Just buy both and be happy, if you don't like one of them sell it on Ebay and you've lost nothing.

Time.
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