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Originally Posted by Marctraider View Post

I'm sure you can put a G502 sensor board inside that Diamondback if you really want to wink.gif

But I only have one. I don't want to kill it... puke.gif
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Originally Posted by munchzilla View Post

naah, egg is the best shape. wink.gif

I heard eggs cause cancer. devil.gif
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Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post

actually i'm not sure
maybe the gpro's rear is just a little thicker


Your description -- more U-like rear, sharper \_/ resulting in a narrower grip -- sounds awfully like a certain mouse whose shape fit my grip better than the G100s...
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

I don't think it would fit any better if the G100s is already too big for your grip.

Center of gravity seems to be exactly over the sensor.

And the sensor is further to the front...interesting.

This shape is sounding more and more like the B100. Anyone mind picking one up for $8 at your nearest shop to compare? You can salvage its cable for your G Pro by the way.
Edited by daniel0731ex - 8/20/16 at 2:46pm
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What? I heard that doesn't happen, it's only a myth.

 

The light itself isnt emitting heat, because IR and science stuff, the ineffeciency of converting electricity to light is inefficient though and leaves heat as a byproduct, someone else should beable to explain it eli5, the only mice i ever felt on palm knuckle/rests are the DA, PGM and the Alcor, the Alcor specifically is not just meh, but unusable for me during summer.

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How about applying some Sugru to un-egg the shell?
Edited by mybrainhurts - 8/20/16 at 2:47pm
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the ineffeciency of converting electricity to light is inefficient though and leaves heat as a byproduct,
that's milliwatts and restrained to the pcb

so i call "placebo"
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

But I only have one. I don't want to kill it... puke.gif

uaok has the rest of the units cowboy.gif

3080 isn't that bad though, to me it's a perfectly usable sensor.
unfortunately my diamondback is just in too poor shape to use. apart from the coating on the buttons being completely gone, the buttons themselves are just too worn. they work, but it's just too uncomfortable
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Anyone mind picking one up for $8 at your nearest shop to compare? You can salvage its cable for your G Pro by the way.

Higher-up sensor position


Sharper \_/ than the G100s, resulting in a narrower footprint at the bottom


U vs V shape


Butt shot (closeup)

Edited by daniel0731ex - 8/20/16 at 2:59pm
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that's milliwatts and restrained to the pcb

so i call "placebo"

 

Then kiss it at the butt and then on the front if you cant feel it with your hand, or play harder, :>, regardless, in the case of the Alcor having 5 people experience the same is anything but placebo.

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that's milliwatts and restrained to the pcb

so i call "placebo"

While I'm pretty sure that LEDs are rather efficient at converting electricity to light, I'm also quite certain that those very efficiently converted light are absorbed by the skin.
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