Originally Posted by SeanPoe
The shell has some issues.
For one, the red light from the sensor leaks through some of the cracks on the shell. It's not entirely obvious though unless you look for it specifically.
Secondly there was a bunch of manufacturing burs that i had to remove.
Like others have said, where the top shell meets the bottom of the mouse there's a pronounced lip that drags on the mousepad. It actually discolored my entire QcK+ by rubbing on it. You could probably sand this down to fix it.
Just like in the review video posted above, the left and right mouse buttons aren't even at the front. Only a visual flaw though, doesn't seem to effect anything. The plastic cover from the mouse wheel also has a pronounced gap where it meets the very front of the mouse.
In the video review above, you can see that the side rubber grips are peeling off already. That's no the case on mine though.
strange. ive used mine for at least 15 hours and there isnt any sign of use. the rubber stickers (
) on the sides seems to almost peel off but they are not. Ok, i can peel them off but only if i try with a screw driver (they used the same 3M glue of the feet)
the preinstalled perfect glide feet are GARBAGE. removed mine istantly after received mine. Installed 4 hyperglides 3.0 and now it glides like 3 times more than preinstalled, and they removed any wobble and dragging issue i had before.
Some reported to have plastic burs : i have nothing.
Maybe i'm just lucky.
I had the rmb was rubbing against the wheel holder, but after all the hours i played that very piece of plastic worn down and now it is not causing problem anymore because i created a gap
sensor is garbage at 1st, 3rd and 4th step, but at 2nd (1800dpi instead of 1000 :/) it tracks flawlessly.
The feel of the mouse is TRUE RUBBER, the best ive ever tried.
the shell is short and tall, i can rest my ring near the middle without pressing the rmb, so i have more room in order to rest the pinky. overall, the shell is much better than DA for me. the side buttons are bad placed: they are ok for webbing but for gaming they cant be used often (ex: crouching or walking) but they can be used to throw greanades or switch weapons.
the switches are better that the standard omron present in every mouse (7n? cant remember)
the wheel squeack if i scroll up, but its only the sound: in game with headphones i can hear nothing and the feel is the same as i scrol down: smooth.
the mmb doeas a 'clunk' sound instead of 'click' of microsft mice, its a bit harder to press, but not too hard.
the weight is lower than my 3.0 that is known as a very light mouse.
Lod is same as da, it took 3-4 hours to get used to it without drawing stupid circles... i have to lift it up more than 3.0, but now its fine
they could have make it better... if they fix lod and dpi stupidities via firmware updates it will change to 8/10.
Does it beat my 3.0? Nope
Does it beat my DA? Yep
It does worth a try for sure.
Sorry for my bad english :/Edited by Cek - 6/24/11 at 12:24pm