Originally Posted by Nivity
Which also means you void the warranty I suppose.
I prefer it under the feet because warranty easier to claim.
If you poke a whole in the sticker then most would refuse warranty claim most likely.
Still the same useless 16-step scroll as well, no Idea how people can enjoy these, scrolling in windows etc is a pain with the slow 16-step.
You can increase scroll jump in windows, which also means more jerky scrolling, and does not apply to other things like games.
24-step, Separate buttons, Better sidebuttons (still bad design even if they "click" better in RJN video).
At least they are moving onto 3360, so that is 1 thing in the right direction.
The rest will most likely happen in 10 years so cya then Zowie
Previously you had 4 screws, 2 under the sticker, 2 under the bottom foot. Now you can just punch through the sticker in the correct spot and not worry. Also you should still be able to claim warranty even with the mouse opened, as long as whatever you did was not the cause of the malfunction.
Some service reps might try to tell you otherwise but, at least here in Europe, you are protected by customer law.
As for the wheel I agree for Windows and browsing, however in game I really like the wheel.
And the sidebuttons are better, if I recall the old design correctly then they’ve reduced the length of the lever which should be the cause of better actuation.
Originally Posted by Jeppi
The coating and buttons on their "old" series are the real downsides for me
With the EC series and the black coating it’s always the first two minutes of using the mouse where it is slippery, but then with the tiniest bit of moisture I can grip them quite well. Also if I’m not mistaken the PCB dimensions and holes didn’t change, so you should be able to swap it into the glossy shells too if you have them.
I’ll try that tonight, unfortunately didn’t get to do much of anything since I got them because of work.