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Is the sensor firmly secured? Does it rattle at all when you flick the mouse? If you can even flick such a thing.
Great mod, more pictures of the process would have been nice.

haha.. Yes it is Firm.. The pcb is tied down via steel cable.. very stiff it doesn't move.
post #22 of 34
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Yes, you can do fingertip movement with this mouse.. It's not so huge that you have to palm it.. unless your hands are really small.. or just very short fingers..hahaha

It's not the matter of whether you "can" do fingertip movements or not, just as much as one "can" fingertip-grip the G900.
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It's not the matter of whether you "can" do fingertip movements or not, just as much as one "can" fingertip-grip the G900.

I don't quite understand what you're saying..

I use fingertip movement, and I can make the same range on every single mouse I've come across..

What sort of specific finger movement are you saying wouldn't work.
post #24 of 34
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But I am NOT using an Evoluent, that piece of **** is $80, with terrible tracking..

Overpriced? Not surprising considering Evoluent Vertical Mice = Kingsis
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Overpriced? Not surprising considering Evoluent Vertical Mice = Kingsis

Well small companies need higher prices..

But overall, I found that their sensor system was lacking.

Even their new Avago 3000 iteration is pretty badly tuned. The 3000 is on both their vertical mouse C, and VM4 now..
post #26 of 34
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Well small companies need higher prices..

But overall, I found that their sensor system was lacking.

Even their new Avago 3000 iteration is pretty badly tuned. The 3000 is on both their vertical mouse C, and VM4 now..

Kingsis isn't exactly a small company, considering they were where Razer started and where Zowie still is (afaik).
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If they can't meet the production demands for something with such a tiny market share like Zowie, then they might as well be a small company in my book.
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If they can't meet the production demands for something with such a tiny market share like Zowie, then they might as well be a small company in my book.

Or they might have too many bigger names in production. I don't really know and don't care too much, but all those small companies basically produce at either kingsis, dexin, laview or motospeed. Not many to chose from. I might be missing some, but you get my drift.

Also you'll probably have to book machine time well in advance, and if I you sell more than projected and didn't gather enough stock it's tough luck. That's my guess for recent Zowie hype.
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Not many to chose from.

There are many.
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There are many.

I guess you are a lot more knowledgeable in that regard than I am, but those are the only ones I hear about most of the time.
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