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post #11 of 2408 (permalink) Old 07-28-2017, 04:49 AM - Thread Starter
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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)."


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post #12 of 2408 (permalink) Old 07-28-2017, 04:50 AM
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sign me up, alpha and beta shells are the most interesting to me
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Make sure to include sensor position as another shape related info.
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post #14 of 2408 (permalink) Old 07-28-2017, 05:35 AM
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Like the alpha most although I wasn't totally satisfied with the original Aurora was hoping for a g1/100s shape felt the Aurora had too much of a booty can't really see it in these prototypes however

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- the sensor to be positioned marginally above halfway
- feet that span the width of the mouse (not 4 pod style feet in each corner)
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Make sure to include sensor position as another shape related info.

Sensor position is the same distance from the rear as the WMO. The front measurement is a bit longer though because the front buttons extend further. But the position relative to the rear is the most meaningful measurement IMO.

I will start a new thread for suggestions and feedback soon, where I'll reveal a lot more, and there will be some prizes smile.gif Maybe will be in about a week (I have to finalise things with admins here).

As far as quality goes, I've got a pretty comprehensive checklist of things to inspect. But also there will be a beta test, so the design will be improved if needed, and things to pay attention to on the production line will be added to the list.

However its not 100% certain its going to be made in China, it could be made in the UK (I know a good factory who can do it). I still have to compare the costs, though.
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Sensor position is the same distance from the rear as the WMO. The front measurement is a bit longer though because the front buttons extend further. But the position relative to the rear is the most meaningful measurement IMO.
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Okay, How does it compare to Venator? It has lower sensor position. Is Astrum going to have similar approach?
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Looking forward to more details on this one.
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Okay, How does it compare to Venator? It has lower sensor position. Is Astrum going to have similar approach?

Astrum has a forward sensor position, so no its not like the venator.
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Where the G9-style shell at?

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