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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-26-2018, 03:21 PM - Thread Starter
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Looking for mouse with this shape but better sensor!

Im talking about the shape of the DELL M-UAV-DEL8 (Dell Moczul)

Here are some pictures of the mouse: https://imgur.com/a/4kigx4V

Im have a straight-fingertip grip!
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https://www.ttesports.com/Mice/232/V....htm?a=a&g=ftr

not entirely straight but this one looks fairly similar, and is actually quite good if you swap the mouse feet out.
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Don't know of anything exactly that shape but Coolermaster Mastermouse S is another one that looks similar size and hump. 80g with internal weight removed.
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Quote: Originally Posted by DazzaInOz View Post
Don't know of anything exactly that shape but Coolermaster Mastermouse S is another one that looks similar size and hump. 80g with internal weight removed.
This is actually the first mouse that came to my mind as well when I saw the picture. Happens to be the mouse I am using right now too

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looks really like G9X without the removeable grip, china replica uses a 3360 sensor. details in the thread about mouse clones.
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ventus r has a really low sensor position compared to that, and it actually feels really strange to get used to (and imo is strictly worse) if you're coming from something more centered. imo the most similar thing is a g302/g303. If you are ok with heavier clicks and don't need the back end of the mouse to be wider than the front, you COULD get an nkey g007 if you're ok with swapping the feet out or using teflon tape

there's nothing really WRONG with the ventus r outside of the sensor position and feet, but I do feel like that aspect should be talked about a lot more often than it is. There really aren't too many mice of this size and shape on the market. it's a struggle for sure

you could also maybe look into abyssus 2014 and abyssus v2, but those could be a little weird and have their own issues. zowie mico 3310 drag and drop exists. fkmini2 also exists but has some pretty funky stuff going on with that like angle snapping and low sensor position again omegal0l

gl duder, I'm definitely keeping an eye on this thread, too

torq x5 kinda, but look at bottom of mouse hyperomegakek

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NKEY G007? skydigital nmouse 4k?

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Try Razer Abyssus Essential or the v2
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I have one of these lying around, once I have a suitable donor PCB, I will try a retrofit
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Did u try it horns?
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