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post #141 of 260
"Deadly, precise and all things nice" The new Dream Machines DM1 PRO

Denotes its capability, its technology and its 'nice' features like weight and shape.
could even have deadly precise and 'nice' as little sub headings with each elaborated upon
post #142 of 260
"Stop outsourcing your work" smile.gif
post #143 of 260
"Designed for professionals. Built for everyone."

I prefer wired, although if the wireless is done right (like the Logitech G900) I would definitely try one out once the price hits $100 or lower. I usually prefer wired just because I don't mind the wires and the lower cost.
post #144 of 260
"Your dream. Your rival's nightmare."

Wired.
post #145 of 260
Quote:
Originally Posted by DreamMachines View Post

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!
Q:B
The little mouse that can! RGB IS MEANT FOR ME! GIVE ME THAT D3
I prefer wireless mice, as I use my 55" tv as a monitor and don't have a short enough table for my gaming chair nor do they manufacture a mouse with a long enough cord to reach me, so get on my level wired mice
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Red Sky
(7 items)
 
First ITX[Sold]
(16 items)
 
Grandma's [NEW]
(14 items)
 
CPUMotherboardRAMCooling
Intel Core™ i7-6700K Processor, 4.00GHz w/ 8MB ... GA-Z170MX-Gaming 5 w/ DDR4 2133, 7.1 Audio, Gig... Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB DDR4 2133MHz CL13 Du... Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO CPU Cooler 
OSPowerCase
Windows 10 cx430 Carbide Series SPEC-01 Mid Tower Case w/ Red LE... 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
4790k GA-Z97N-Wifi MSI GTX 970 Tiger OC 16GB Kingston Fury 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Seagate 3TB Barracuda Mx100 256GB Seagate 5TB Barracuda ST5000DM000 h100i 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows Technical Preview Samsung n55FH6030 3d 55" TV Logitech Dinova EVGA G 750W Modular/Gold 
CaseMouseAudioAudio
Obsidian 250D Logitech G602 Logitech G430 Sony 7.1 700watt stereo 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
3570k asus pbz77-v lk Intel HD 4000 2x4gb Patriot 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
OCZ revodrive x2 LG Bluray/HD DVD Rom player GGC-H20L Cooler master GeminII M4 Windows 10 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Samsung  Gateway KB-0532 Elite PS2 Keyboard EVGA 80+ 430w SilverStone Lascala LC10-E 
MouseAudio
Microsoft IntelliMouse USB1.1 Compaq usb powered aux speakers 
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post #146 of 260
my idea:

Shape: 2. Ambidextrous(Keep ur previous design) and Right Handed
Weight: 100g with the possibility of remove 15g, (by removing something inside the mouse, screws must be in spots where you dont need to unstick the mouse feets, everyone will appreciate that)
Coating: Here i would recommend you to explore alternatives to Rubber Coating(maybe feels better for the grip but eventually doesnt matter because of its low durability) or Glossy(the grip feeling maybe not as good but at least lasts 6 times more than any rubberized one. easy to clean as well)
Colors: Black and Silver(depends on decent coating materials).
One additional "DM" button
OLED Screen
Wired

Features

DPI values on-the-fly: Able to set 400-X DPIs in counts of "50" without using software by pressing the dpi button and scrolling up/down the mouse wheel(as the old Steelseries Ikari) also OLED screen will be useful for this (placed where it doesnt bother users).

Polling rate changes or reports can be displayed in the OLED.screen by pressing DM button + another one.
Enable/Disable Scroll button by pressing DM button + another one (notified in the OLED screen as well)
maybe LOD as well and some other minor functions, as this point you can cover basic settings with the OLED screen and definitely no need for drivers ever.

The rest is already listed on the specs.
Edited by Acidture - 7/16/16 at 9:11pm
post #147 of 260
your "DPI values on-the-fly" and etc idea sounds good. what about holding down the cpi button + M4/M5 to manually control the LoD. I d like that.
(for the driver-less experience)


but then i cant stop myself:

what about a little piece of software you run once and configure your stuff on the mouse and be done? you could still market your mouse as driverless for the crowd you know. for this, you would just upload the software on some random file-hoster anonymously, which then could be downloaded by people who want to change stuff. then pretend it wasnt you if people start accusing you of making a mouse which "is not driver-less" biggrin.gif
Edited by turnschuh - 7/16/16 at 11:27pm
post #148 of 260
"Reality is finally in your hands"

Idea is that the only reality you can make yourself is in your dreams, unless you have a good mouse tongue.gif. Pun for extra emphasis and humour tongue.gif

I prefer wired mice since I Have a mouse bungee, so the wire isn't really felt. That's why you should include a mini mouse bungee cube in future packages.
Edited by exitone - 7/17/16 at 5:26am
post #149 of 260
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Originally Posted by Acidture View Post

my idea:

Shape: 2. Ambidextrous(Keep ur previous design) and Right Handed
Weight: 100g with the possibility of remove 15g, (by removing something inside the mouse, screws must be in spots where you dont need to unstick the mouse feets, everyone will appreciate that)
Coating: Here i would recommend you to explore alternatives to Rubber Coating(maybe feels better for the grip but eventually doesnt matter because of its low durability) or Glossy(the grip feeling maybe not as good but at least lasts 6 times more than any rubberized one. easy to clean as well)
Colors: Black and Silver(depends on decent coating materials).
One additional "DM" button
OLED Screen
Wired

Features

DPI values on-the-fly: Able to set 400-X DPIs in counts of "50" without using software by pressing the dpi button and scrolling up/down the mouse wheel(as the old Steelseries Ikari) also OLED screen will be useful for this (placed where it doesnt bother users).

Polling rate changes or reports can be displayed in the OLED.screen by pressing DM button + another one.
Enable/Disable Scroll button by pressing DM button + another one (notified in the OLED screen as well)
maybe LOD as well and some other minor functions, as this point you can cover basic settings with the OLED screen and definitely no need for drivers ever.

The rest is already listed on the specs.

how about a dpi button that doesn't choose between standard dpi values like 1000/2000/3000/4000 but one that jumps between presets you created in your software.

as far as fast dpi changing, the best mouse I've had was one where dpi changing button is located on the side just under your thumb, and it's not actually a button you press but more like move up/down so the transition is very smooth. there's a 4 level led indicating your setting and you can choose to change vertical/horizontal speed simultaneously or independently. all with 2 buttons on the mice, with an led indicator. great feature I tell you that.
post #150 of 260
DPI switch button 'on the side just under your thumb' ? Hell no! Don't even propose such thing biggrin.gif
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