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Thanks for all of your submissions so far. You're not making it easy smile.gif
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DM OCN-OCD

-G9X like shape
- 65g or less
- 3360
- soft low friction cable with little weight
- Teflon skates that aren't some weird shape (preferably dots)
- Way to change polling rate (125hz/250hz/500hz/1000hz with unofficial support for 2000hz because we care too much about polling rate) and LOD (1mm/2mm/3mm)
- RGB LEDs (Because some people here like to customize their mice, it helps set the right mood for focusing)
- Minimal click latency
- No sensor added latency/averaging frames
Edited by Zenith Phantasm - 7/11/16 at 2:15pm
post #43 of 260
Dm1 Pro M (mini)

Smaller size like logitech g100s / zowie za13

More responsive sensor ( like 3989 in razer deathadder) and 0 smoothing.
post #44 of 260
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Originally Posted by Zenith Phantasm View Post

DM OCN-OCD

-G9X like shape
- 65g or less
- 3360
- soft low friction cable with little weight
- Teflon skates that aren't some weird shape (preferably dots)
- Way to change polling rate and dots
- RGB LEDs (Because some people here like to customize their mice, it helps set the right mood for focusing)

dm ocn-ocd x100
post #45 of 260
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Originally Posted by Zenith Phantasm View Post

DM OCN-OCD

-G9X like shape
- 65g or less
- 3360
- soft low friction cable with little weight
- Teflon skates that aren't some weird shape (preferably dots)
- Way to change polling rate (125hz/250hz/500hz/1000hz with unofficial support for 2000hz because we care too much about polling rate) and LOD (1mm/2mm/3mm)
- RGB LEDs (Because some people here like to customize their mice, it helps set the right mood for focusing)
- Minimal click latency
- No sensor added latency/averaging frames


I agree! this is a good idea because there is a lack of mice that target the G9X audience, you can always make a shell for it to go on top for people who want palm/claw mice
post #46 of 260
Assuming it has low click latency, DM1 Pro S already sounds like the ideal mouse for practical use, so any additions would just be unnecessary clutter.

So here's my idea for your product line:

DreamMachines SteamMachine espresso machine with Steam API integration that automatically brews you a fresh one in between matches.


Okay, if you really want suggestions here's what I think makes a good mouse:

-Minimalist, comfortable shape (not everyone wants their desk to scream "gamer")
-Lightest possible base weight (it's always easy to add more weight, but not the reverse)
-Good sensor with minimum processing
-Lightweight, flexible cable (rubber > braid generally)
-If software is developed it should be optional
-Low click latency
-Unobtrusive extra buttons

So far it seems you guys are doing a good job. It's funny that these are really very basic requirements that the big companies can't seem to follow.

If you want to make the perfect mouse for a wider range of users, offering different sizes is the next step, like with what Zowie is doing. You could have S, M and L versions of your products. Or you could design something that has modular width and height adjustment and call it the DM4u (as in "for you"). I imagine this kind of endeavour is a lot more challenging to work out with the OEM though.
Edited by thrillhaus - 7/11/16 at 2:56pm
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post #47 of 260
DM1 Classic S - IE 3.0 Shell w/ 3360
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The DM WetDream. It'll never be used but you got to love it.

I've tried many 3310s but a couple of months ago I got a beat up WMO. The sensor is bloody great! Have not tried 3366.
Shape is also good, very universal which can accommodate all grips depending on hand size. Nice weight too.
Edited by skajohyros - 7/11/16 at 3:56pm
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so giveaways are the way to get around ocn's no self-promotion rule? biggrin.gif
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post #50 of 260
Should make a kana or kinzu shape next (same internals of the PRO S)

70-75g please.
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