Originally Posted by mikesn
I picked one of these up at a local Best Buy (southwest suburbs of Chicago).
Initial impression is extremely good. I'm one of the people who really likes the DA shape, and the last DA I had was a 2013.Shape:
If you like the DA shape, it's the same shape. So, pretty safe for me. I like the soft plastic and rubberized grips, and the DA shape is one of my two favorite ergo shapes along with the IE 3.0.Cord:
Probably the best braided cable I've ever used. Thin and flexible. Definitely superior to Logitech's.Clicks:
left and right click feel satisfying and very consistent between sides. A slightly spongy quality. I like them fine.Sensor:
Feels extremely snappy/responsive, as others have said. I'm curious to know the stats of the 3389 vs. the other 3360/6 variants.
One thing I noticed is that the default LOD is higher than other 3360/6 mice, similar to the previous DA's. This actually surprised me if it's based off of the 3366 architecture, as I thought that was just native to that architecture. If any of the resident mouse experts have thoughts on this I'd be curious to see them.Nitpicks:
Quality control feels good, but the sticker is ever so slightly misplaced on the bottom of the mouse such that the right side just barely overlaps along the ridge for the bottom half. This has zero effect on tracking as it's essentially flush with the bottom of the mouse, with the feet clearly above this. It bothers my OCD, however.
I tried the mouse with and without drivers (without first), which I'm able to do as I default to 800 dpi. Noticed no negative difference whatsoever with Synapse. As others have said, it defaults to 500 hz for some reason. Not a dealbreaker for me, but a little weird.