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post #41 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

You're speaking about the DM2 right? Or the DM1?
post #42 of 934
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Originally Posted by badben25 View Post

You're speaking about the DM2 right? Or the DM1?

http://www.test-gear.pl/testy-i-recenzje/myszki/szybkosc-kliku/#szybkosc-kliku
post #43 of 934
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Originally Posted by e4stw00t View Post

You are aware that no company can fulfill all individual preferences when it comes down to size, material, feature set etc.
No idea what you try to achieve with those - I want bigger, I want smaller, I want side buttons - side buttons = no buy, I want rubber coating etc posts.

Companies of that size need to focus on dimensions and features they believe suit a big number of their key audience. They will not offer 100 different variants of the DM1.

Doesn't even matter since it's an ODM product. They had no say in the size of the product in the first place, the v16 is the only motospeed shell with that shape.
post #44 of 934
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We fine-tuned the PCB so there will be the least delay possible. In addition, we completely reorganized it to better optimize the transistors and circuits. As in the DM1 Pro, we put the S at 1000 Hz polling and kept the lift off distance of ~ 1.8-2.0 mm. DM1 Pro S is better equipped to give you the tools you need to crush the competition.

I wonder what all that yada-yada is about.
More detailed explanation to the technicalities are very welcome, dear Dream Machines. thumb.gif
post #45 of 934
post #46 of 934
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Originally Posted by handiman View Post

120mm would be aswome

Other options exist.

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Originally Posted by e4stw00t View Post

You are aware that no company can fulfill all individual preferences when it comes down to size, material, feature set etc.
No idea what you try to achieve with those - I want bigger, I want smaller, I want side buttons - side buttons = no buy, I want rubber coating etc posts.

Companies of that size need to focus on dimensions and features they believe suit a big number of their key audience. They will not offer 100 different variants of the DM1.

Zowie is the only that does it really.
post #47 of 934
So I went through the DM1 Pro S page with the intention of pre-ordering it when I saw this
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SMOOTHING - Close to off. This is another feature that helps “smooth” your movement to disguise any lag on the mouse sensor.

Lol @ the write up. Disguise the mouse lag it seems. Anyways that made me worried about MCU smoothing as the 3360 srom has no smoothing (AFAIK). Till I went through the DM1 Pro page which has the exact same line in the description. So now I'm thinking that was just a copy paste and the DM1 Pro S actually has no smoothing. Plz clarify dream machines. Really wanna get this mouse ASAP if it has no smoothing as by August 2nd week I'll be leaving US and it will be much harder to get this (round double the cost incl shipping).
post #48 of 934

Bump testing. Some of those are also very wrong.

Which reminded me of this from last year:
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post #49 of 934
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post

When would it ever occur in-game? Or what game rather

Cause I used it for over a month and never had it happen to me once

Any game where you have to hold mouse 2 to ADS and shoot....
post #50 of 934
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Originally Posted by loki993 View Post

Any game where you have to hold mouse 2 to ADS and shoot....

It doesn't occur there, only happens when they're pressed at the same time.. I would of seen it if it happened with two buttons held down tongue.gif
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