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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-28-2017, 12:15 AM - Thread Starter
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I opened FB today and saw something interesting, the Ninox Astrum:

From Ninox:
"Heres a little preview of the Ninox Astrum, showing how it can be configured. There are three main shapes: Alpha (aka Aurora), Beta, and Gamma. They each have optional side parts for no side buttons. The Astrum includes all of the shapes in the box. Let me know what you think! "

The beta shell catched my eye because it looks like a WMO with side-buttons <3 But let's see, the aurora was a little dissapointment, although I like the efforts from Ninox for a community driven mouse.


Here some more infos I got:

"Thanks smile.gif Sensor is 3360, I don't know the click latency yet, it'll either use the Venator PCB which has 4.5ms click latency, or a modified (more features) version of qsxcv's 3360 firmware, which may have lower latency (not fully tested yet)."

Logitech G903 (current daily driver), Rival 310, Logitech G403, Logitech G Pro, Logitech G303 , WMO-Adder (3.5G), Custom WMO 1.1a (/w Omrons), WMO, IE 3.0, Deathadder 2013, Roccat Savu, Roccat KPM, Steelseries Rival 700, Gigabyte Torq x5, Zowie EC2-A, Ducky Secret
Logitech Trackman Wheel, Logitech M570, Kensington Slimblade
Logitech Powerplay (/w softpad), Razer Goliathus Control (L) + Sphex, Roccat Sense, Steelseries QcK Heavy, Sharkoon 1337 XXL
Ducky Shine 3 TKL MX-Black (main), Cherry G84-4100, Roccat Arvo, Logitech G13
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