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So does the signature devalue it or not. It's the Tournament Uber Elite Pro shape.

 

All black, no LEDs and a white signature would have been better. Zowie has the right idea.

 

Tournament Pro shape. 20M Omrons (stiffer). PMW-3360 with their "own implementation". 1000Hz polling rate, redesigned side switches, lighter weight and different manufacturing.

 

Now how many of you suckers paying beta testers are going to buy it again.

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They should just update the Tournament Pro to be a S1 but just all black.
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So does the signature devalue it or not. It's the Tournament Uber Elite Pro shape.

All black, no LEDs and a white signature would have been better. Zowie has the right idea.

It has 20M Omrons and PMW-3360 implementation "designed from the ground up".

Not gonna lie, I actually liked that color scheme. But that signature... meh
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They should just update the Tournament Pro to be a S1 but just all black.

Yep, they should've released an updated Ergo with the 3360, and the TP with the 3360 already.
FM is becoming Zowie, releasing a different rev of their mice in every now and then.
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$67 is already quite high for their 500Hz 3310 mouse. Is this thing going to be like $80?

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Whats the point of releasing another tournament pro shaped mouse? why make the tournament pro then??
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just in blue?
not crazy about the sig on the lmb.
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Do the company owner really thinks people would enjoy a signature like that on their mouse? lol
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Whats the point of releasing another tournament pro shaped mouse? why make the tournament pro then??

This is FinalMouse we are talking about.

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Whats the point of releasing another tournament pro shaped mouse? why make the tournament pro then??

Different price points based on internals

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