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Hi OCN community,

As you may have heard, last week we have announced a new mouse model called DM1 PRO S, equipped with PMW3360 sensor, Omron switches and comes with two options for coating: Matte and Glossy.

Many of you have purchased DM1 PRO or DM2 COMFY and we would like to use this chance to give something back to this intelligent, creative and demanding community of OCN smile.gif

Our current plan is to give away at least 5 units of DM1 PRO S, but as ideas are generated, we may end up distributing more units. Please make sure to follow this thread for all the updates.

Here are the rules for Stage 1 giveaway project. There will be 1 unit of DM1 PRO S awarded to a winner who will be chosen by our team among all the applications submitted by the community members.

In order to qualify for this giveaway, please answer the following question:

Please throw in your ideas for the next Dream Machines mice products. Let's imagine there will be future DM gaming mice. You can offer ONE idea for a product name. Also let us know your thoughts as to what you feel makes a good gaming mouse.

- one entry per person;
- users with 50+ posts can participate;
- winner of this stage will not be able to win another unit on later stages;
- deadline is 72 hours from the moment this post is published;

DM1 PRO S specifications:

  • MAXIMUM SPEED - 7.0 M/s
  • POLLING RATE - 1000 Hz
  • CONTROL - 6 buttons + Scroll
  • SENSOR - Optical PMW3360
  • USB - Gold plated
  • DPI - 400, 800, 1600, 2400, 4800, 12000
  • LOD (LIFT-OFF-DISTANCE) - ~1.8-2.0 mm
  • LEFT SWITCH - Omron 20.000.000 clicks
  • RIGHT SWITCH - Omron 20.000.000 clicks
  • MIDDLE SWITCH - Omron 20.000.000 clicks
  • SIZE - 126 x 68 x 39 mm
  • WEIGHT - 85 g (without cable)
  • CABLE TYPE - Braided cable (1.8 m long)
  • BACKLIGHT - DM logo
  • SURFACES - Matte rubber or Glossy


To OCN moderators: This contest was approved by ENTERPRISE, please do not delete this thread.

Good luck to all of the participants!
Edited by DreamMachines - 7/11/16 at 2:29am
post #2 of 260
DM# Clutch IE 3.0 clone.

DM# ACE Zowie Mico clone.

DM# Raid Naga clone.

take your pick, you're welcome.
post #3 of 260
DreamMachines Lucid.

According to Merrian-Webster it means:
"very clear and easy to understand, having full use of one's faculties, clear to the understanding"

It can also be a reference to Lucid Dreaming, where you have control. I find this matches the name "DreamMachines" very well indeed.

I like mice that are simple, as in occhams razor simple. The core performance should be exemplary, and the rest should be basic. By core performance I mean the sensor (tracking/lag/, button lag/etc). Low weight. No lights. Rubbery grip. Size is important for me since my hands are starting to experience problems, so the smaller the better. Personally I don't care about dpi settings at all.
Edited by Conditioned - 7/11/16 at 6:52am
post #4 of 260
Dream Machines Zirael, with DM Comfy's shape, on-the-fly DPI control and weight around 100g (customizable weight?), with 2 more programmable buttons, maybe a wireless version too. I'd love that.

and first of all a good mouse should not have a $50 price premium just because of "gaming" in the name and some flashing leds
Edited by Klocek001 - 7/11/16 at 3:32am
post #5 of 260
Dream Machine N1 (Number 1). A revolutionary mice with a modular top shell so that the user can swap to different sizes with ease!

A good gaming mouse is a well engineered mice with no quirks.
No loose parts inside. No crazy designer shape, just natural curves for a comfortable natural grip.
Clicks that are crispy and not overly stiff. Must be spammable. Top of the shelf optical sensor. Below 100g and a couple of sidebuttons are a must. Last but not least it needs to have excellent mouse feet glide.
post #6 of 260
DM[#] Grip

As you can tell, I like simplistic and more or less self-explanatory names. I would like to think that Industrial is going to become the next "thing".
Since you already have Comfy and Pro, you could further expand on that naming scheme, no fancy/complicated/'gaming' names. I'm fairly certain (or hopeful) this trend will soon start to fade.


To me a good mouse is a simple mouse, that does what it is supposed to do. Pure tracking, a good sensor, not too many buttons, flexible cable, light plastic shell. The software should write directly to the memory of the mouse, with a minimum system footprint - a simplistic UI that doesn't communicate with anything else on the computer unless it does an update.

My preferences - PMW3360 (sure, why not), light rubber coating, WMO shape, no LEDs, big-ass feet, at most two side buttons. DPI switch may be an awkward key combination for all it matters to me. Other variables I can adjust to.


Edit: Removed suggestions in order to comply with requirements.
Edited by fragamemnon - 7/11/16 at 3:34am
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DM# Clutch IE 3.0 clone.

DM# ACE Zowie Mico clone.

DM# Raid Naga clone.

take your pick, you're welcome.

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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

DM[#] Grip
DM[#] Light
DM[#] Heavy
DM[#] Tiny

As you can tell, I like simplistic and more or less self-explanatory names.
Since you already have Comfy and Pro, you could further expand on that naming scheme, no fancy/complicated/'gaming' names. I'm fairly certain (or hopeful) this trend will soon start to fade.


To me a good mouse is a simple mouse, that does what it is supposed to do. Pure tracking, a good sensor, not too many buttons, flexible cable, light plastic shell. The software should write directly to the memory of the mouse, with a minimum system footprint - a simplistic UI that doesn't communicate with anything else on the computer unless it does an update.

My preferences - PMW3360 (sure, why not), light rubber coating, WMO shape, no LEDs, big-ass feet, at most two side buttons. DPI switch may be an awkward key combination for all it matters to me. Other variables I can adjust to.

lol you guys are gonna lose tongue.gif
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You can offer ONE idea for a product name
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DM# Clutch IE 3.0 clone.

DM# ACE Zowie Mico clone.

DM# Raid Naga clone.

take your pick, you're welcome.

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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

DM[#] Grip
DM[#] Light
DM[#] Heavy
DM[#] Tiny

As you can tell, I like simplistic and more or less self-explanatory names.
Since you already have Comfy and Pro, you could further expand on that naming scheme, no fancy/complicated/'gaming' names. I'm fairly certain (or hopeful) this trend will soon start to fade.


To me a good mouse is a simple mouse, that does what it is supposed to do. Pure tracking, a good sensor, not too many buttons, flexible cable, light plastic shell. The software should write directly to the memory of the mouse, with a minimum system footprint - a simplistic UI that doesn't communicate with anything else on the computer unless it does an update.

My preferences - PMW3360 (sure, why not), light rubber coating, WMO shape, no LEDs, big-ass feet, at most two side buttons. DPI switch may be an awkward key combination for all it matters to me. Other variables I can adjust to.

lol you guys are gonna lose tongue.gif
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You can offer ONE idea for a product name

Ah, I already have my mouse. tongue.gif
Perhaps I should note that in the first post.

Edit: NVM, edited first post. Why not give it a shot after all! Who knows, I may be converted.
Edited by fragamemnon - 7/11/16 at 3:33am
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DM3 PERFORMANCE - 3360 sensor mouse with IE 3.0 shell smile.gif
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It should have a 3360, no sharp edges, and no added latency to the sensor or buttons.
I prefer a lighter mouse, but others might prefer a heavier one, so weights could be optional, and I prefer ambidextrous shapes unless it has a good ergonomic shape.
The G303's buttons are great, but it might "wobble", and its sensor might move; the sensor movement seems to vary per G303.
Disabling lights should be a concern if it effects polling stability, too.
Edited by L4dd - 7/11/16 at 3:29am
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