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post #331 of 934
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Originally Posted by acid_reptile View Post

If that would break the mouse this info is a little late smile.gif) But thanks for reply. I can only say that i didnt like 1000hz on the 3366. but that shouldnt mean anything. Its always about inplementation too.
Someone else already mentioned about that few days ago.
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Yes I did :O
post #333 of 934
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Originally Posted by IlIkeJuice View Post

DM1 pro S arrived, Obvious comparison with the Revel.

Feels better built overall, comes in a nice box, Don't like the braided cable (never did anyway), cable is red-black for some reason. mouse buttons feel a bit stiff, will need to compare later. Pulse effect on the lighting (again, why). All in all, really quite similar. Wheel button still stiff. Side buttons protrude more. Somehow feels bigger than revel, will need a side-by-side comparison.

i'm not sure if it's bigger perse, but the transition to the butt of the mouse is sharper on the dm1 compared to the revel
post #334 of 934
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Originally Posted by bittersweets View Post

i'm not sure if it's bigger perse, but the transition to the butt of the mouse is sharper on the dm1 compared to the revel

Possibly.

Dunno why, I find the Revel lighter as well. They're suppose to be the same weight. Glides better too.

To be honest, I'm having a hard time deciding which one I prefer. It's still early days.
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post #335 of 934
I keep going back and forth with the DM1 Pro S and the Revel. I dunno what it is. But the M1/M2 buttons on the Pro S seem stiffer than the Huanos on my EC1-A. They're definitely stiffer to click than on the Revel. The Revel's M1/M2 buttons are not as stiff but have this hollow feel to it whenever I spam click either button. It's a toss up, really. If I had to choose, I'd go with the Revel due to the rubber cable.
post #336 of 934
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

I keep going back and forth with the DM1 Pro S and the Revel. I dunno what it is. But the M1/M2 buttons on the Pro S seem stiffer than the Huanos on my EC1-A. They're definitely stiffer to click than on the Revel. The Revel's M1/M2 buttons are not as stiff but have this hollow feel to it whenever I spam click either button. It's a toss up, really. If I had to choose, I'd go with the Revel due to the rubber cable.

Really? On the DM1 Pro S , that i received the m1/m2 buttons are only slightly stiffer than the clicks on my deathadder. but not by much.
post #337 of 934
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Mouse software is not a hindrance and people need to stop spreading that concept. It's only a hindrance if it's some Synapse-style garbage. Otherwise it doesn't negatively affect anyone to have the option to customize their mouse further, and even if you're paranoid enough to think that software ruins your computer even after you've uninstalled it, there is install-free software like the Castor's.

No software is objectively inferior. It's not even a debate.

To a degree.

LGS is considered very good by the majority and really lightweight.

But the thing is, I can tell the difference when I have it disabled from autorun and then at times when I launched it.

It's something I haven't ever been able to pinpoint if it makes it more accurate or not but it definately does something to it. It's almost like it feels like it raises it's priority level @ the scheduler or something. Making it more instant-feeling?

But other than that, I still prefer it never to have installed, or never have it autorun. It always enables 2 extra HID devices if you haven't noticed by the way.

But of'course if we're talking about Synapse here then dear god, help us all. That is cruelty. Can't compare it to anything. LGS is very innocent compared to that beast.

Synapse is one of the primary reasons why I will never use Razer again, ever. Aside with their Quality control problems it takes the cake.
I had a keyboard once that failed with it. A key function remained pressed when the key was physically depressed with that software suite running. And it didn't work at all without it. Razer Blackwidow 4 years+ ago. I had it for a TS macro as a push-to-talk. More often than not, people were telling me to shut up with the mouthbreathing... for you know... reasons.
post #338 of 934
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63€ a bargain? That's 10% of an 8 hours wage here and it doesn't even have its own software + it's exactly the same mouse than the nixeus. It's maybe is an awesome mouse, but not a bargain lol.

Exactly what I thought. I wonder why no one bothers that it lacks any software. The first thing I do with any mouse, is deactivating all unnecessary dpi steps. I always leave it to just two steps. With these type of mouse (DM, Zowie, Nixeus etc.) you always have to click thru so many dpi steps, which would drive me crazy, especially when you hit the dpi button accidentally during gaming.

Compared to full featured mice with on-board memory, like a G303, these DM/Nixeus/Zowie (and of course Razer) are just terribly overpriced. Even a Roccat Lua has Software and on-board memory, for less than 30 bucks!
Edited by Cobain - 8/12/16 at 4:08am
post #339 of 934
In my DM1S at least, the M1/M2 buttons are much lighter than those in Zowie EC-series. @Cobain, take it easy and don't let some minor annoyance such as clicking through some 5 dpi steps drive you crazy biggrin.gif Though I definitely agree that some simple software for adjusting the mouse settings should be included with mice this price tag.
post #340 of 934
Problem is none of what you're talking about is a reason that no software is better (aside from Synapse complaints but as I already said that's in a different realm anyway). It's called you personally don't install it and everyone else still can. And it completely ignores the Castor type software anyway. No software is just objectively inferior.
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