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post #11 of 192
Why is every mouse called pro now. LoL.
post #12 of 192
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Originally Posted by frunction View Post

I wonder if the mouse would still work if you remove the right button PCB to save weight.

It's possible if you can disable the buttons from the software first (triggering the MCU to ignore that pins input).
post #13 of 192
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Originally Posted by kd5151 View Post

Why is every mouse called pro now. LoL.

For the PROfessional Gamers out there, or those thinking that they are lachen.gif .
post #14 of 192
I think this is a great idea, it allows more customizability to get the shape more suitable to each persons needs. Being able to 3D print your own could lead to some interesting combos. 104g isn't extremely heavy IMO, its still an acceptable weight IMO.
post #15 of 192
Whats the 3d printed plastic though? Or are there options to choose from? And can you coat stuff? The stuff ive seen from 3d printers were all very stiff.
This mouse is in stock on alternate, might consider it, 105 g still is fine for me. Im not yet spoiled by 80 g mice, more around 85 to 90
Edited by prokopf - 8/24/16 at 5:13am
post #16 of 192
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I have mixed feelings about the 3d printed panels. I mean, the idea is amazing, but you would probably have to use some very expensive printer and materials to get smooth, non-porous surface, or finish it with some additional polishing and coating. I'd much rather have Cooler Master offer some different injection-molded panels.

Regarding weight, CM website states 98/99g for the mouse without cable. Maybe it's lower than stated by KitGuru because they detached the cable completely? Gotta wait for some better reviews.
post #17 of 192
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Originally Posted by kd5151 View Post

Why is every mouse called pro now. LoL.

Because it sells. There is even a mouse out there called "Tournament Edition" that actally can't be found on any tournament. LOL
post #18 of 192
To everyone saying "too heavy":
It's a MasterMouse Pro L. I'd imagine a lighter Pro S will exist at some point, as CM did the same thing with MasterKeys.
post #19 of 192
It looks like you can get this mouse significantly lighter by removing unnecessary things (Side button PCB, Side button Pivots. LED Lens, extra plastic, etc).

I just won't buy it now because it looks like a sensei type shape and I already own 3 of those. Also considering CM's history with firmware/software, don't want to deal with that. If this had come out 2 months ago or still had the adjustable sensor position of the prototype, would be a good one to try...

Will wait for more tests/reviews.
post #20 of 192
Cm is doing everything but updating the got dang Alcor. Wasn't a V2 of it suposed to come over a year ago now? The hell are they doing?
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