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Ino, if you still have the mouse opened, could you plz measure the main PCB width in mm?

Just measured it, the width is 43.5 mm, length is 97.1 mm.
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There is 1 big thing you missed in the review imo @Ino.
You never mentioned the weight distribution, Kone Pure/KPM is very back heavy, and this is changed in this new, which makes it totally different to many that hated the back heavy KPM, like me.

Indeed, someone asked me that on stream, and to me the weight seems to be very much centered.
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I suppose when you were testing click latency, both mice were on the pad and not in the air?

Also tested that again, result is accurate.
Edited by Ino. - 4/30/17 at 12:18pm
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Who says it is designed purely for palm though? If so all ergonomic mice are designed for palm, which is not really true biggrin.gif
I got 18.5cmx10cm isch and I claw+fingertip hybrid grip all my mice, kpm is no different, and size is not to small.
You're right Nivity.😀
But when I see this kind of design and with the thumb groove, i always think it's for that kind of grip, also that's my fault I'm a true palm gripper, for ex. i don't like to rest the base of my palm on the mousemat, only my wrist..
I grab the mouse with my whole hand so the base of my palm, near the wrist have to be in touch with the mouse.. Not sure if i can explain any better..
Sorry if i mislead people who read my post.
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So basicly, if ur happy with S1 shape, then this is pretty much a no go?
I kinda wanna try it, but it doesnt seem comfy. My hand is also on the big size, just a little wider then urs, Ino.
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More garbage TTC switches on the thumb buttons, always the first ones to fail.
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More garbage TTC switches on the thumb buttons, always the first ones to fail.

Used my KPM like 10 hours a day since release until like 2 months ago, side buttons are 100% perfect still.
And I use them quite a bit with work and gaming.

Seems to be working fine to me smile.gif
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Used my KPM like 10 hours a day since release until like 2 months ago, side buttons are 100% perfect still.
And I use them quite a bit with work and gaming.

Seems to be working fine to me smile.gif

I went through a KPO and 2 KPM's and had the exact same problem happen with the back thumb button double clicking. One started doing it as soon as 3 months, the rest were 9-12 months.
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The shape feels very good in general, but for my hands (20 cm x 9 cm) it is a bit small for a ergonomic mouse. I grip it more like a ambi mouse.

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Hm, I don't quite believe you have 9cm hand width (especially considering 20cm length). Did you measure without the thumb? You probablt measured number 3 here https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/42/Hand_Units_of_Measurement.PNG I usually measure number 2.
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Great review. How are the button clicks?
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Hm, I don't quite believe you have 9cm hand width (especially considering 20cm length). Did you measure without the thumb? You probablt measured number 3 here https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/42/Hand_Units_of_Measurement.PNG I usually measure number 2.

I always measure number 3 because the width of your thumb is irrelevant to the grip. Someone might have a large thumb but a slim palm etc.
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I went through a KPO and 2 KPM's and had the exact same problem happen with the back thumb button double clicking. One started doing it as soon as 3 months, the rest were 9-12 months.

Are you in a humid climate? That can affect some switches quite severely.
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Great review. How are the button clicks?

Clicks are very good, no complaint from my side. They are not G303 clicks but I guess that is impossible to achieve as long as you don't use seperate button pieces.
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I always measure number 3 because the width of your thumb is irrelevant to the grip. Someone might have a large thumb but a slim palm etc.
Are you in a humid climate? That can affect some switches quite severely.
Clicks are very good, no complaint from my side. They are not G303 clicks but I guess that is impossible to achieve as long as you don't use seperate button pieces.

I live in Upstate, SC. It's humid in the late summer. I've used many mice though and those side button switches on the Roccat mice are the only ones I've ever had issues with.
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