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post #2631 of 2635 (permalink) Old 02-14-2020, 05:41 PM
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that would put the click latency at -0.5ms relative to the ikari. oh i see the venator in it now, couldn't when i wanted to.
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Thanks, thats much better I tried it with 172 clicks, loaded them into excel and got an average of 5.64ms in favour of the Astrum.
-1ms if I can count correct
4.5 - 5.64 = -1.14 ...
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That one is actually the grey rubber one, but I suppose it does look like white in a dark light. The cord is normally black, that cable is just a spare one the factory had, its a finalmouse cable. The factory said they don't want to make different coloured cables, I think they would if I had 1000 of each colour, but I don't. I would really love to use different coloured cables for each colour of mouse, because I agree with you it looks much nicer, but they are quite against it, I suppose I could have another go at asking them.



Thanks, thats much better I tried it with 172 clicks, loaded them into excel and got an average of 5.64ms in favour of the Astrum.
For the love of god no more changes or addition. Get it on the production line and ship it.
You can offer replacement cables that matches later on for a small fee, or just let people make their own paracord cable.

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I was going to do one when I get the black knight shell, so I can show both at once. Although, the click are the same as in that video.
The clicks sound that good I'd be very happy to hear them again on a premium shell It'd be very cool if you can show the mouse off with a 1 min tour of it, and if you're happy with the adjustable sensor and everything's finalised with it, maybe include that since we've not seen it in action.
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The clicks sound that good I'd be very happy to hear them again on a premium shell It'd be very cool if you can show the mouse off with a 1 min tour of it, and if you're happy with the adjustable sensor and everything's finalised with it, maybe include that since we've not seen it in action.
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@bst Can you work on a true-fingertip 3D CAD design? It’d be something like the Alpha shape but without the back hump/part and an example of that is the Zaunkoenig M1K or the R.A.T.1 (just with the ‘sensor module’ alone), and the sensor would be placed at the very front.
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