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post #371 of 934
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Originally Posted by Jonny321321 View Post

Appears that the Revel has too many QC issues to buy without playing that lottery.

How are the switches on the Pro S? difficult to actuate? Too large of a travel distance? Bothersome?

And the consensus is that the gloss used is decent?

Somewhere in between A Deathadder and a Zowie. Not as light as a g303 or deathadder, but not as hard to press as zowie mice with the old huanos. It is quite comfortable. Not a lot of pretravel (1mm maybe) and easy to press down, yet doesn't activate by accident.

The side buttons feel a tad mushy but that is no biggie. The mouse wheel could have more defined notches and the cable could be longer.

Other than that the mouse material is comfortable and grippie (i got a matte version). m1/m2 feel good and the sensor feels really snappy and good. Tracking someone's head is ezpz but my flick shots still feel off (which can be due to the different shape compared to the ZA-11 that i have been using prior to this.)

I haven't tested the Revel, so i can't say anything about the differences between the two.
Edited by Athrutep - 8/13/16 at 10:41am
post #372 of 934
This is the first mouse I can`t find anything to complain about. Good sensor, good clicks, good wheel, everything very good. But I used ergonomic mice many years, never used ambidextrous before. It is really hard to adapt to an ambidextrous as a former ie 3.0 / ec1-a user because I don`t know what to do with my pinky. Maybe I can get used to it, maybe not. If DM would make a ergonomic mouse in a ie3.0 shape with the same quality they offer in the dm1 that would probably be a endgame mouse.
post #373 of 934
Is it worth upgrading from the DM1 Pro to the Pro S? The DM rep here said it has the same amount of smoothing so I'm hesitant on ordering:

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Originally Posted by DreamMachines View Post

Hi, Yes you can say we are being pedantic. There is like microseconds of smoothing. Please, everyone do not worry. It is set the same as DM1 Pro for smoothing and we never had any complaints. We just felt it wasn't correct to say it is completely off. I hope this clears up everything.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1591152/dreammachine-dm1-pro-mouse-review/830#post_25343192
post #374 of 934
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Originally Posted by bond10 View Post

Is it worth upgrading from the DM1 Pro to the Pro S? The DM rep here said it has the same amount of smoothing so I'm hesitant on ordering:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1591152/dreammachine-dm1-pro-mouse-review/830#post_25343192
IIRC all 3360/3366 mice have two frames of smoothing, and it makes zero difference.
post #375 of 934
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Originally Posted by itsn0mad View Post

IIRC all 3360/3366 mice have two frames of smoothing, and it makes zero difference.

IIRC that was added by logitech in their firmware update 1.24. tongue.gif
post #376 of 934
Just got mine today and I already love it. I use a fingertip grip and have a relatively long hand. My previous mouse was a steelseries rival which is a lot heavier than this and I wanted a mouse that was lighter so I picked up the DM1 Pro S. I do better on the reaction time test with this mouse than any of my previous mice. The only issue I have with the mouse is that the side buttons kind of get in the way of where I place my thumb. Other than that I find no issues and can aim really well with this mouse.
post #377 of 934
can we expect a 3360 ergo mouse (possibly a ie 3.0 copy) from you peeps at dreammachines? rolleyes.gif
post #378 of 934
The gloss feels good. I've owned two other glossy mice, and this might be my favourite.
post #379 of 934
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Originally Posted by exohkay View Post

The gloss feels good. I've owned two other glossy mice, and this might be my favourite.

Really can't wait for mine. Whats the gloss like? Similar feel to the MX518 gloss or no?
post #380 of 934
It's been years since i've used an mx518, but I find the pro s has an almost 'sticky' kinda gloss to it.
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