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Please help me crowd-source the Nixeus Revel Real DPI:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UQYlimaADboAT-zgmmKxxXKXIFuyMQT03wFlyEuvVDY/edit#gid=0
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post #462 of 2315
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Originally Posted by whiteweazel21 View Post

The RMB being stiffer is because when you press it, the RMB button compresses into the center piece and creates drag. There is horizontal shift into that center piece, and if it were to snag on anything then it would get stuck. Mine doesn't get stuck atm, but you can see and feel it being compressed -- causing friction. The clearance of the gap between the buttons and the center piece is so small, and the material is so thin it just flexes inward on the RMB. LMB doesn't exhibit this problem. Overall, I find the latency + force to actuate too high for gaming. For an internet mouse it's certainly fine, albeit not that responsive so that new Logitech would be way better assuming the shape is comfortable. For gaming, even though the sensor is smooth, and it glides very nicely, losing so many milliseconds per click, it adds up too quickly.

I asked hoping that it was an issue some high-grit paper and/or a dremel could resolve.

I received mine (white) today. I notice no difference between the LMB & RMB regarding stiffness / responsiveness, etc. Latency was immediately noticeable. I don't game too much but i'll load up devil daggers or something else that requires articulated, precise responses later and see how I like it, but it will probably end up up at work. to echo your statements: glides well, and nice sensor. the wheel on the other hand feels 'clunky' (coming from a castor and avior).
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Originally Posted by NyaR View Post

Please help me crowd-source the Nixeus Revel Real DPI:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UQYlimaADboAT-zgmmKxxXKXIFuyMQT03wFlyEuvVDY/edit#gid=0
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Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post

note: this is only for my particular unit.
5 measurements of the 400dpi step against 10in of a ruler:
409.2, 408.9, 410.1, 408.6, 409.9
So the dpi steps are about 2% too high. Fairly good.
post #464 of 2315
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So I just got a reply from the people at Nixeus and they said that issues with the mouse clicks shouldn't be there. I will probably begin the RMA process to see if this happens again.

Specifically you're referring to the button getting stuck on some presses, correct?
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Specifically you're referring to the button getting stuck on some presses, correct?

Yes.
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What is the purpose of your reply?
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i thought you were asking for data. my bad i guess
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Didn't really have any QC issues with my revel. Only thing that bothered me was the travel distance before hitting the switches. Took it apart and used some stickers I never used. Added a layer to the LMB and RMB, and added two layers to the side buttons. It feels way better now. Going to be content until the S1 finally releases. Just poked two holes on the bottom to take my mouse apart, like how qsxcv did in his review.



Doesn't this screw up the mousefeet? Like are they usable after? Not better to remove them first?
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i thought you were asking for data. my bad i guess

i forgive you
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So I got this now (and the Rival 700) and the feet definitely drag for downward movement with slight pressure.

Clicks seem to be fine although right click is more hollow than left, but no sticking or anything. Sidebuttons are mushy as was to be expected. Full review later when I have time.

Also my 400 CPI step is actually 420.
Edited by Ino. - 8/9/16 at 5:21am
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