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post #911 of 934
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Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

This can't be real, a mouse that ticks literally all of my checkboxes and has no annoying sidebuttons? Wake me up from this beautiful dream or I'll be preordering 50 of these bad boys.

I'm sure DreamMachines wouldn't mind that tongue.gif

don't wake up yet!

I just dug out my old Kinzu v1 from storage... not really for me, but I'm happy that Kinzu lovers are getting some now, if this is the case!
post #912 of 934
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Originally Posted by munchzilla View Post

I just dug out my old Kinzu v1 from storage... not really for me, but I'm happy that Kinzu lovers are getting some now, if this is the case!

As a manufacturer DM has to appeal to greater numbers hence the logical extension would be to start producing smaller mice.

Since most people on this planet have dainty, small hands they all still like to Game and thus far the big boys (Razer, Logitech and a whole slew of wanabee companies have missed out).

Just figured it was time that DM got serious with all the smaller people and women here, who love to have this type of mouse available for some significant gaming. Please bundle in the 3360 sensor and not another failed half-wit 3050 or 3320 garbage.

If you want people to buy several boxes of your product (from a single credit card purchase) then you need to supply a full on, hard core, device that doesn't take prisoners on any battlefield or forum site.
Edited by Elrick - 10/20/17 at 4:06am
post #913 of 934
You don't have to be small or have small hands to prefer smaller mice... it's all about how you grip the mouse and personal preference.

There's definitely a market for small mouse with top sensors as you could say the G-Pro is currently the only one <120mm length with a top sensor (if I'm not mistaken)
post #914 of 934
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Originally Posted by sharp View Post

You don't have to be small or have small hands to prefer smaller mice... it's all about how you grip the mouse and personal preference.

There's definitely a market for small mouse with top sensors as you could say the G-Pro is currently the only one <120mm length with a top sensor (if I'm not mistaken)

Pretty much. 19x5X10.5cm aprox here, and I play much worse with larger mice, also more comfortable with smaller for office work etc.
Much prefer smaller mice overall.
post #915 of 934
hmm no sidebuttons? why... TT
post #916 of 934
I think lack of sidebuttons is just to make it into the simple FPS gaming mouse that people have been wanting tongue.gif
meant to be a bit niche and focusing on performance/feel for FPS games only
post #917 of 934
I'll be picking this up to see how it is.

G Pro is the best mouse I've ever used.
It's definitely not the most comfortable mouse, that title goes to DM 1 Pro S with the rubber nub.
However, I seem to always to do way better with a small mouse.

It's definitely weird. I always thought that the most comfortable mouse = best mouse for that person.
post #918 of 934
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Originally Posted by nodicaL View Post

I'll be picking this up to see how it is.

G Pro is the best mouse I've ever used.
It's definitely not the most comfortable mouse, that title goes to DM 1 Pro S with the rubber nub.
However, I seem to always to do way better with a small mouse.

It's definitely weird. I always thought that the most comfortable mouse = best mouse for that person.


Have you given the dm1 sensei the same amount of time you have the g pro or no??
post #919 of 934
DM1 Sensei Pro is the mouse I have the most time with.

However, I reluntantly try the G Pro every other month, and my flicks and tracking are markedly improved.
Like imagine, you have a Tracer blinking and then ADAD spam, or S76 with Biotic ADAD + Crouch Spam.
Those situations aren't a problem with G Pro, but Sensei is less consistent with dealing with them.

Trust me, I want to not use G Pro, but it's always the best option.
It sucks. I hate the shape, but performance is king.

4.4K btw
post #920 of 934
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Originally Posted by nodicaL View Post

DM1 Sensei Pro is the mouse I have the most time with.

However, I reluntantly try the G Pro every other month, and my flicks and tracking are markedly improved.
Like imagine, you have a Tracer blinking and then ADAD spam, or S76 with Biotic ADAD + Crouch Spam.
Those situations aren't a problem with G Pro, but Sensei is less consistent with dealing with them.

Trust me, I want to not use G Pro, but it's always the best option.
It sucks. I hate the shape, but performance is king.

4.4K btw

Then you should stick to the g pro. Sounds like it's all there for you besides "loving" the shape. I loved the g400 but got gifted a DA black years back and stuck with it despite it not being as comfortable. I certainly got a hell of a lot better performance wise with it. We already know the gpro is no slouch of course.
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