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"Let your skills live up to your dreams."

Wired because latency, weight, no charging batteries, simplicity.
    
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post #132 of 260
Dream Machines DM1 Pro S - "Because winning does matter."

For myself, I prefer wired mice. Maybe it's placebo, but I think that a physical wire will transfer data faster than any wireless technology in use now and for the foreseeable future. In addition, a wireless mouse requires charging and we all know what's getting charged? That's right, a battery in the mouse (which of course adds more weight).

In my humble opinion, a well balanced mouse with a proper cable cannot be touched by a wireless mouse. Thanks again for hearing us out 😀
post #133 of 260
"Your dreams created the Pro S"
This would be a hook motto, sort of click-bait to get people wondering what dreams have been implemented enticing them to look further into how you guys took public information to bring the publics dreams to your new mouse design (people who have no idea about mice would see this and possibly buy just because of the way you addressed public concerns and upgraded to the most desired part). Might sound somewhat simple and boring but I think the motto holds strong market value and could be re-written multiple ways for a similar result (for example: "The Pro S is a creation of your dreams" creation could also be interchanged with "inspired", not sure if variations are allowed but if they are this is a very versatile motto).

Wired mouse is much preferred due to issues with connectivity on 99.9/100 wireless mice. Having a wireless option with a detachable cord might be interesting but if being used for gaming wired is a necessity in my opinion. A wireless + non-wireless option could be a game changer if applied to the right mouse structure and high responsive wireless connectivity (have not found a good bluetooth/wireless sensor yet myself but I do still use one for couch-PC so having a dual option mouse would eliminate extra hardware when gaming). Having the corded option may eliminate the need for the absolute best wireless sensors though. If you could get it weighted properly with a lithium battery (removeable for those who prefer wired only but really like the mouse and want less weight) and both wired+wireless it could be something to make you guys stand out.

If your going to go into wireless mouse tech I might suggest doing something similar to the Rii i8+ remote wireless keyboard/touchpad:
http://www.gearbest.com/mice-keyboards/pp_69801.html

If you made advancements on this technology while still remaining in a similar pricepoint you could come up with something interesting fairly easily especially if you make a keypad with quality buttons that are actually reasonably usable for typing (currently most are like trying to use a 1990s cell phone keypad).

Thanks again for the opportunity x2 now smile.gif. Good luck all! thumb.gif
Edited by dmfree88 - 7/15/16 at 11:45pm
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Hello!

Here is our next question for this giveaway project:

This is the contest for a best slogan/motto for DM1 PRO S mouse. Additionally, please answer the following question: do you prefer wired or wireless mice ? Please explain your choice.

Rules:
- 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;

1 (one) DM1 PRO S is at stake!

"This isn't your fathers gaming mouse"

I did not prefer wireless mice until recent G900 with low response time and 107g. Not bad for a wireless mouse but still 107g is more than I'm used to so I'd have to say I prefer wired mice G900 being exception.
     
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Dream Machines - Own your game!

Even considering the G900 I would probably always prefer wired mice unless you manage to build a G900 quality equivalent at a <100g weight.
post #136 of 260
"If you can dream it, you can do it"

Wired, cause lower weight, less potential latency and more reliable & stable performance
post #137 of 260
"You can't follow your dreams when your gear can't compete."

Well, I would say wireless but it'd require a battery, and most of them have awful latency or weird polling issues, so I prefer wired mice that are light. (sub 80g like the Kinzu.)
    
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post #138 of 260
"Sweet dreams are made of this"? Though you'll probably get sued for using it.

And why not both? G900 shows it can be done.
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So has anyone actually tried it out now? Has the QC improved?
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"Simple and Clean: A dream come true"

Wireless is my preference, but ideally I'd have a detachable braided USB cable for the wired moments and the charging. Placed in a position that allows me to use a regular cable
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