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post #21 of 32 (permalink) Old 03-26-2016, 09:01 PM
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if U got Probs , u can also try to asked/tell them here to this guy from D3 https://www.overclock.net/u/491533/dreammachines
he will help you also to order from polish website via Paypal etc usw wink.gif or maybe another one via Email wink.gif ....
they deliver via DHL ( u know them as a german )
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they're from Poland, but has EU Standart ... wink.gif , it's hard to believe for a german biggrin.gif
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post #22 of 32 (permalink) Old 03-26-2016, 09:24 PM
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Yea the Dm1 is the best shot, with the FM TP OR scream 1. Who wants to wait for those though when the Dm1 is here now & at a great price.

Very similar dimensions & what not. Support is solid as well & very responsive, so an RMA shouod not be hard at all if need be.
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Yeah dm1 is nice

Only drawbacks on it is the braided cable and coating (for me only) it didn't like my dry hands

I have it on my desk as a fast swap cause I really liked it. But I got a free rival 300 silver so I'm trying that out. They're both really good, DM 1 had better feeling clicks and side buttons for me. Also the overall hold felt a tiny bit better, felt like I had more control doing certain things

While the rival has a better grip, cable, mouse wheel, possibly sensor tracking, and I personally like the weight but I'm a low sensitivity

So they both outdo each other in certain spots but they are for sure both great mice. The firmware on the 300 is a little better though.

Well, enjoy!
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Looks great even has the Third Reich logo on it.


Update. Since I realize sarcasm translates poorly in writing I'm adding this. Although it kinda ruins it :/
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Looks great even has the Third Reich logo on it.


Update. Since I realize sarcasm translates poorly in writing I'm adding this. Although it kinda ruins it :/

This discussion has been had before. Please don't start it again biggrin.gif
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A seller on ebay has a bunch of Newmen mice, due to a typo it's easy to overlook. GX1-Pro is about 40$ free shipping. The cheaper ones use A3050 I believe. ebay search

I have the GX1-Pro myself. Lightweight. Up to ~4 m/s on 400/800 cpi. Polling inconsistency on 500 hz (1000 is ok). High LOD, can be "tape-fixed". Cursor feels good, though a bit artificially smooth. It came with spare skates.
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DM1 Pro is a Sensei / Xai OEM Shape with PMW 3310 Sensor ...

And the GX1 pro is like a kinzu.

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And the GX1 pro is like a kinzu.

It wasn't him that recommended the GX1 Pro, it was me. I don't think your original post needed to sound as cheeky as it did. The fact you never elaborated on what you said made it sound that way. Maybe you never meant it to be but when I read it that's what it comes across like. I don't own the GX1 Pro however I do know that it has a steelseries-esque shape and I recommended it for that reason alone. It would be up to the OP to research it further or ask people who DO own it for dimensions etc.
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6 Months ago I had to replace my Sensei because after 5 years the switches were just too broken. I mostly played League of Legends at that time and I decided to go with an Zowie Ec1-A. After 4 months ago I decided to switch to csgo again and I didn't encounter any problems with the Ec1-A.

But recently I tried the Sensei again and it felt so much better playing a fps with it than with the Ec1-A (shape wise). So I ordered an Zowie Fk1 to see how it fits me. And the mouse is pretty great.

I like the buttons, the build quality and the sensor. Just the mouse wheel is pretty bad because it can get stuck between two states and when you do a flick the mouse will will register a scroll.

But overall I like the Fk1, it just is not as wide as the Sensei and the Sensei still feels much better in my hand. The sensor of the Fk1/Ec1-A can register speeds up to 5.6m/s and I often reach around 4.2m/s myself. But the Sensei only goes as fast as ~1.7m/s currently which is pretty horrible.

I play csgo with 800dpi and 0.8 sens with 6/10 on windows.

Now I have also looked at the Rival 100 because it is similar to the Sensei but the sensor only seems to operate well at 500dpi. Now this might not be the biggest problem, but I am wondering if there are other alternatives?


Ray Pawn pmw3360 https://www.4gamer.net/games/420/G042015/20180623007/ also, 1.5 time pricier than Croad 360

Extra larger pair of feet in Croad M360 package

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Ray Pawn pmw3360 https://www.4gamer.net/games/420/G042015/20180623007/ also, 1.5 time pricier than Croad 360
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