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post #271 of 2412
I just spent like literally 5 minutes with it. The clicks are a bit stiff and lack crispness, maybe the clicks will get better but...idk. Seems to have higher click latency than my 2016 ergo summer edition, but I would rather have actual testers confirm that. I did run some human reaction test benchmarks running both mice, but it's probably not a practical comparison, at least before I've warmed up (lol). I think maybe the amount of weight required for the click is pretty high, so you won't click accidentally, but you can't really take advantage of a nimble finger if that makes sense. The ergo's clicks in comparison are very light and crisp. This is why I don't want to post the reaction tests, because the clicks themselves may register quick, but I think the weight required to actuate may add delay when I am use to the light clicks on the ergo.

The shape itself is comfortable, seems most suitable to a palm grip. Finish is nice, no rattle, and cable is light and flexible. I don't seem to have any bite or drag on my glorious gaming pad, seems smooth on initial testing.

Will play a bit.
post #272 of 2412
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Originally Posted by whiteweazel21 View Post

I just spent like literally 5 minutes with it. The clicks are a bit stiff and lack crispness, maybe the clicks will get better but...idk. Seems to have higher click latency than my 2016 ergo summer edition, but I would rather have actual testers confirm that. I did run some human reaction test benchmarks running both mice, but it's probably not a practical comparison, at least before I've warmed up (lol). I think maybe the amount of weight required for the click is pretty high, so you won't click accidentally, but you can't really take advantage of a nimble finger if that makes sense. The ergo's clicks in comparison are very light and crisp. This is why I don't want to post the reaction tests, because the clicks themselves may register quick, but I think the weight required to actuate may add delay when I am use to the light clicks on the ergo.

The shape itself is comfortable, seems most suitable to a palm grip. Finish is nice, no rattle, and cable is light and flexible. I don't seem to have any bite or drag on my glorious gaming pad, seems smooth on initial testing.

Will play a bit.

Was planning to do a bump test with my Kinzu, since I know it's slower than the Kinzu, it's +1 from the G303 iirc. (Earlier in this thread.)
    
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post #273 of 2412
Dang was gonna buy it but the worst possible thing on a mouse for me is if it drags. Especially aiming downward and putting pressure on it.
post #274 of 2412
I tested the Revel versus my final mouse ergo 2016 and fm is like 8ms faster. My FM is by far the lowest latency mouse I have but I like my fk2 right now.
post #275 of 2412
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My RMB is kind of gets stuck too. Looks like lot of them are having same issue to.

How does it get stuck? I have been playing DOTA 2 where I right click a lot and mine have yet to get stuck for the past 6 months.

That's what happens when you go full ODM on a product range.

Not everyone will be fortunate in getting a fully working mouse model, I know you had to keep costs down to make it more appealing but BST tried that route and it destroyed him.

Sometimes going cheap doesn't reap any long term rewards other than for future customers to AVOID your product. Sometimes you have to put the full effort in and check each product going through to see if it meets with your requirements, otherwise we will get further complaints and what not.

Bad words on a product usually seals it's fate here on OCN. Witnessed it and still amazed at this place with it's unwieldy power over it's readers.
post #276 of 2412
I can definitely see how people's mouse buttons can get stuck. There is a lot of horizontal movement on the buttons, and also little clearance. It's very easy to push the RMB button into the center piece with the scroll wheel. Actually, I notice it doing this on a normal right click. The further your finger is to the right on the RMB, the more contact and rubbing pressure you exert on the center piece. This definitely does not occur on the LMB, but there is certainly rubbing on the RMB.

Anyway, the Scream looks to be fun. Logitech gonna be nice too. IDK what I'm gonna do with this one...It might still be a good sensor, I will try playing a bit.
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I tested the Revel versus my final mouse ergo 2016 and fm is like 8ms faster. My FM is by far the lowest latency mouse I have but I like my fk2 right now.

I got about 10ms difference when I compared mine. I think it's only a tad slower, but the weight required to actuate just creates margin for error. There's certainly more than 1 factor to consider...

Edit: Sensor feels pretty nice, just timing seems off with the difficultly + latency to click. I think I can shelf it already. Should not require so much force to click vs G303 or Ergo 2016. It's like the difference between a McLauren and a Dodge Caravan. A hard lesson in life...I will not be buying mice from new vendors off Massdrop with no return/exchange policy in the future.

P.S. Selling for $25 if anyone wants.
Edited by whiteweazel21 - 8/4/16 at 9:24pm
post #277 of 2412
Judging from these last few posts I'm pretty glad I got it for 50% off or so.
post #278 of 2412
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Originally Posted by frunction View Post

I took the mouse apart bc of the clicks, it's held by two screws under the smaller feet.





Function,

You've disassembled the mouse; do you think issues pertaining to the lmb & rmb are caused by the shell, placement of the switches, or both?

I'm still patiently waiting for mine to arrive from MD.
post #279 of 2412
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You've disassembled the mouse; do you think issues pertaining to the lmb & rmb are caused by the shell, placement of the switches, or both?

I'm still patiently waiting for mine to arrive from MD.

Same here but I am more of a person that uses desktop mice as Internet Appendages, rather than in Serious Gaming.

If indeed I get all four as sub-standard, then there is a lot more room downstairs in the basement for them to reside in.
post #280 of 2412
After playing CSGO with the Revel all day, I have come to the conclusion that this is not a mouse for me. The left and right mouse buttons feels very cheap and different every time I click. The back of the mouse has a flat edge so when I place my mouse back down after flicking, there is a very noticeable amount of resistance. For casual gameplay, sure, I'll rock this thing. But if I am playing competitively, sorry, I need better!
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