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post #71 of 121
I really want to try the TP, tho. The closest to a perfect ambi mouse.

If the WMO had higher dpi and higher malfunction speed, then no mouse would compare tt it for fingertipping.
post #72 of 121
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Originally Posted by nobelharvards View Post

The Scream One was being sold for $119 AUD before it was discontinued. I set up an email alert for price drops, and I don't think I ever got one. People must be buying it at full price if they don't see the need to lower the prices or discount it.

Yep, that was why I got a full refund (from PCCG) on that disaster. They continue like Razer Corp (being harsh to Razer here), always deny and move on to the next so-called new model wave2.gif .

FinalMouse has a litany of failed products but the newbies don't mind falling into that fake world of PR instead of Real Life. Most youngsters prefer to live in that fantasy world rather than remembering what this company keeps on releasing over and over again.

Definitely all of their products are not worth the price tag in any way, shape or form. Nixeus has a far more decent product range than what FM could ever make, or sell. If you need a decent high performance/quality 3360 mouse, far better in getting a Revel, cheaper but has superior performance to any FinalMouse product.

Plus CoolerMaster's latest MM520 which is far cheaper than this current disaster plus has decent quality switches, actuation, 3360 sensor and a PBT shell. There are other companies doing very good design and manufacture of input products that FinalMouse couldn't even dream about in this world. Always go with people who know how to produce a very fine product at little cost, which FM has always continued to FAIL big time.

For them it's all about their HYPE and nothing more, so I don't understand how anyone with a minute amount of brain matter inside their skulls could defend their horrid models and the prices they charge for those expensive failures?
post #73 of 121
I agree that FM needs to work on their pricing but I wouldn't say Nixeus is above them. I've tried several Revels and they felt quite cheap. It's worth the money but it's really not something that I would buy.

I had a CM Spawn before, the build was fantastic but the firmware was terrible. You could feel a difference in click responsive quite easily compared to Logitech (of that time).

FM is just as responsive as Logitech and their shapes are great. But their build quality is not the same as the CM or Logitech and they are trying to fix that. They do have a good warranty program and they seem to be backing that quite generously too.

I'm personally using a Scream One with a faulty scroll wheel simply because of the shape and weight. I have a KPM and G403 right next to me, both are great mice but the G403's hump is a bit too aggressive and the KPM's clicks aren't as great as Logitech or FM.
post #74 of 121
Original ergo was the first mouse i bought when i started playing csgo, shape was great but coming from a DA 2013 it felt too light for me, i couldn't spray well with it(to be fair being a complete noob at the game didn't help so i can't judge it properly tongue.gif). Now i'm more used to lighter mice and i'm definitely buying this one, also the quality on ergo was better than S1 imo, especially the buttons felt great and even in my old copy they're better than most mice i own.

fwiw ricing is awful again, this should be a 40-60$ mouse tops.
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Samsung 850pro 256GB Cryorig A40 Ultimate Windows 10 x64 benq xl2430t 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech Pro Superflower 750W 80+ Gold NZXT S340s DM1 Pro-S with hyperglides/cessa paracord 
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post #75 of 121


I hope they wont place mouse buttons so badly as they placed text on their own site.
post #76 of 121
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I hope they wont place mouse buttons so badly as they placed text on their own site.

Floats are tricky. Just needs about 20px more margin.
post #77 of 121
Judging by some posts on the mousereview subreddit, it looks like people have started getting review copies of the mouse. I hope some of you guys from this board managed to get one for a more objective review and breakdown.
post #78 of 121
There's that mousepad finalmouse tweeted about a really long time ago too - apparently one user was sent it (even though I saw no mention of a mousepad here for us). If it's a similar to qck/gigantus/gtfx style surface then it stands a chance... Haven't really found coated pads to be on the same level from all my pad testing. Anyway we wait for more reviews. Lets see what everyone says about the quality (most curious) cause that will give me hope for the ambi version
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the white version will be glossy white or matte white?
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