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post #11 of 44
Need sidebuttons, or bust.
Also I never liked the WMO shape personally.
post #12 of 44
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

There's a 3310 WMO clone from the Commatech brand to tide you over for now.
heh

link of the WMO clone from Commatech?
post #13 of 44
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Originally Posted by fourthavenue View Post

You literally can't copy the logitech buttons. The "cheaper" manufacturers don't do it for a reason --- cost. It requires many details of the molds to be paid attention to.
Also many of users in this forum hates logitech buttons, they think logi buttons are hair-trigger.
actually some Chinese vendors sell mice with some form of spring tension system on taobao.

https://world.tmall.com/item/544375081825.htm?id=544375081825&ali_refid=a3_430618_1006:1103109420:N:%E6%B8%B8%E6%88%8F%E9%BC%A0%E6%A0%87%20%E6%9C%89%E7%BA%BF:edc6e4a3b64bf4d187af1d4502321f1f&ali_trackid=1_edc6e4a3b64bf4d187af1d4502321f1f&sku_properties=5919063:6536025
Edited by end0rphine - 4/24/17 at 3:55am
post #14 of 44
Magnet driven micro switch. That actually sounds like an amazing design O.o
post #15 of 44
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Originally Posted by shaiaz View Post

Magnet driven micro switch. That actually sounds like an amazing design O.o
Google translate isn't working well for me and I can't tell from the pictures, is it talking about Hall Effect sensors or is it just using magnets to add to (or lower) the resistance and return speed of springs?
post #16 of 44
Spring tension systems are not needed. Buttons are perfectly felt if the pushers stand close to microswitch if buttons separete from shell
post #17 of 44
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Originally Posted by fourthavenue View Post

no, that brand made an IMO1.1 clone, not WMO.
WMO had few fans in China, so this company had no intention of copying WMO from the beginning

Woops, my bad. I confused the two for some reason.
post #18 of 44
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Originally Posted by AloneInTheDuck View Post

Spring tension systems are not needed. Buttons are perfectly felt if the pushers stand close to microswitch if buttons separete from shell
Though, even if you get some noticeable tactility from both, there's still the matter of which tactility feels better. I'm sure if you mapped out a force graph of switches with and without spring tension systems, they would look fairly different, though I have none of the equipment to do that myself.
post #19 of 44
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Originally Posted by mousemass View Post

Though, even if you get some noticeable tactility from both, there's still the matter of which tactility feels better. I'm sure if you mapped out a force graph of switches with and without spring tension systems, they would look fairly different, though I have none of the equipment to do that myself.
For microswitches d2-fc-7n, the activation force is altered within 10 grams. Tests will not give us anything
The system without springs gives a "clean" feeling from the microswitch, because the switch is affected only by the weight of the button, and not by the tension force of the spring. If I buy a mouse with switches with activation power of 75 grams, then I want to have this value, and not less
Edited by AloneInTheDuck - 4/24/17 at 8:07am
post #20 of 44
Just buy a WMO.

I'm still using my IME3.0 because none of these newer mice surpass it yet in shape nor main buttons.

Closest in shape to WMO might be the SS Sensei, but like all mice they cannot just 1:1 copy it due to not wanting to get sued so they alter the shape a bit and that messes it up, plus most mice have the crappy top shell integrated buttons, not split like older MS mice.
Your best bet would probably be to take WMO and DIY into it the internals you like.
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