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post #81 of 2319
Well, that depends on how picky they are about the warranty and mouse feet removal/swapping. Assuming their internal weight system is like everyone else's you wouldn't have to do any permanent/noticeable modification inside the mouse, it's just the feet they could/would pick up on.
post #82 of 2319
Ordered one myself from this link if anyone is interested. Can't wait for this mouse. Been using za12 for a while now and while I love the shape and sensor the clicks do feel stiff compared to a G303 I used for a while. I also never liked the dpi button on the bottom. So hopefully Nixeus comes through.

https://uedata.amazon.com/Nixeus-REV-BK16-Revel-Gaming-Mouse/dp/B01HHGHCH8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1469590084&sr=8-1&keywords=nixeus+revel
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Order now and we'll deliver when available. We'll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date as soon as we have more information. Your account will only be charged when we ship the item.

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post #84 of 2319
I've never used a Sensei but own a ZA12. Any idea what the shape of a Sensei/Nixeus is like compared to the ZA12?
post #85 of 2319
Sensei/Revel have a less pronounced back-end compared to the ZA series. So if you like how much the ZA12 contacts your palm you may miss that with the Revel, but if you find that annoying you would probably prefer the Revel. I think the ZA also has a lower front than the Sensei/Revel but I can't say for certain offhand. ZA is probably skinnier where you actually grip the mouse too (it is with the Sensei, not sure about Revel anyway).
post #86 of 2319
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Sensei/Revel have a less pronounced back-end compared to the ZA series. So if you like how much the ZA12 contacts your palm you may miss that with the Revel, but if you find that annoying you would probably prefer the Revel. I think the ZA also has a lower front than the Sensei/Revel but I can't say for certain offhand. ZA is probably skinnier where you actually grip the mouse too (it is with the Sensei, not sure about Revel anyway).

I'd rather have more contact in the middle of my palm than the base of it (tip of the back of the mouse making contact), so the shape might not be for me. I think I'll give the EC2 a try, but it's a shame there aren't any 3360 mice in a preferred shape yet.

I could deal with a slightly higher front and/or slightly lighter switches than the ZA12. The combination of the low front and heavier switches make for some forearm fatigue.
post #87 of 2319
It ships the same day I'm back from holiday (hopefully!) Can't wait to try it and (hopefully!) Not be disappointed :]
post #88 of 2319
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I've never used a Sensei but own a ZA12. Any idea what the shape of a Sensei/Nixeus is like compared to the ZA12?

Sensei shape is a lot more "safe" than the za-12. There is no pronounced hump, the sides don't curve in as much, and the mouse is closer to the 2:1 ratio. The shape is a lot better than the ZA, imo.
post #89 of 2319
Update on massdrop, shipments should hopefully be sent out by this week.
post #90 of 2319
Hnng I want this mouse to be good so badly.
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