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post #51 of 192
I ordered one of these last week and it still hasn't shipped. I guess it's not really in stock, but website doesn't say preorder.
post #52 of 192
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Originally Posted by frunction View Post

I ordered one of these last week and it still hasn't shipped. I guess it's not really in stock, but website doesn't say preorder.

I'm actually curious on this one, waiting on what you think for sure.

Reason being is I recently purchased CM Masterkeys Pro and the quality for a mech board surprisingly painted me slightly impressed. I'd say comparable IMO (with some difference) to my favorite Duckies One and Shine. CM did a really good job making their best mech keyboard to date.

I have a good feeling this mouse might actually be worthy and one we might be able to suggest for those with certain shape requirements.
     
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post #53 of 192
Actually did ship today, I'll do some tests on it if no reviewers got one.

I'm almost certain the G Pro is going to too small for me, so still going for these 3360 mice.
post #54 of 192
CM's keyboards are top notch, I've wanted them to graduate from having buggy mice ever since I realized that.

Posted from my CM Storm Quickfire TK Green using Ten Fingers
post #55 of 192
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Posted from my CM Storm Quickfire TK Green using Ten Fingers

Correction: 8 fingers and 2 thumbs
post #56 of 192
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Correction: 8 fingers and 2 thumbs

Apparently there are different definitions of fingers some of which don't include the thumb and some of which do, but I would say the thumb is a finger.
post #57 of 192
So this mouse is heavier than G900, why :|
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So this mouse is heavier than G900, why :|

It's 91g, or 16g lighter than g900.🤔
post #59 of 192
Allright boys its happening, I finally found the PERFECT mouse for me.

After searching for about 2 months now and trying and RMA-ing all the top mice out there: EC2-A, EC1-A, ZA11, ZA12, ZA13, FK1, FK2, Deathadder, G402, G900, G303, Kone pure, Razer imperator, Microsoft WMO, Microsoft IE 3.0, DM1 Pro S, Corsair Sabre RGB.

A little bit of info about me: I play claw (slightly hybrid between palm) have 18cm hands (8 cm wide), I play at a low sens (45cm/360), and I am a heavy clicker.

This mouse just arrived and I absolutely love it.

Shape: the shape is simply amazing, it is curved slightly lower that your palm mice but it has a nice fat back which fills the palm nicely and is not as intrusive as the ZA's hump.
It has a really nice width allowing me to have a confident firm grip on the mouse while playing unlike the FK which was really narrow.
They give you two shells, one is bigger and the other one is smaller, the shell of the smaller one is perfect for me and fits like a glove, and the big one is also really comfortable!
The buttons on the right side are a bit in the way, but nothing that really impedes gameplay, I really only notice it when I TRY to notice it, so to speak.

Buttons: OMG these buttons are AM-A-ZING, for some they might be 'heavy' but to me they are perfect, I have used the G303 buttons before and I like these even MORE than those buttons.
As stated I am a heavy clicker who often accidentally clicks buttons in, but with this mouse I am really accurate with when I want to single tap and when I want to spray.
The side buttons are also really nice with low travel distance and seem really durable.
The scroll wheel is one of the best I have had with a really nice balance between tactile and smoothness.

The sensor: what do you expect?, its a 3360 sensor and performs like one as well with low lift off and a high tracking speed, nothing really to say here.

Weight: now this is either a love or hate for some people, after having used the Rival 300 for 3 years I thought that I would need a light mouse, boy was I wrong.
I could never get that comfortable with a light mouse, I just didnt have that 'confidence' in lets say a 1v2 or 1v1 clutch with a light mouse, whereas with this mouse my aim is much more stable and at under 100 grams it is still relatively light.

Some cons:

The cable is relatively stiff and is braided, I generally prefer braided cables and the stiffness might fade the more I wip it around my desk.
The feet of the mouse are not really that awesome, I mean they are really good but for example the big feet from zowie mice are a bit better in my opinion.

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post #60 of 192
Someone get me the click latency on this thing, pretty please.
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