Seems solid. Provided a mini review / some info here: https://www.reddit.com/r/MouseReview...omron/euy2v1l/
Just arrived today.
Good mouse, very small! I underestimated just how small this little sucker is. If you have 20x10 hands like me, it's time to repent. Seriously, even the Zowie S2 feels like a brick after this. Maybe I shouldn't have purchased, but I'll give her some TLC anyway
Does not spin out for me (at least during gameplay) at ~40cm/360.
Liftoff distance is almost uncomfortably high. If you lift the mouse at all, you'll probably want to invest in a couple pairs of aftermarket feet so you can stack them high enough. Warning though, this will effectively lower your DPI.
Seems quite solid, but still feels like a budget mouse. Rather lightweight though, especially without the added weight (see below).
Sides curve upwards, like a G102/G203/G305, though not as pronounced. Gives the same 'hard to grip' feeling, though, if that bothers you.
Clicks are very...clicky, like a slightly softer G102/G203. A bit too heavy to comfortably spam click - you'll never accidentally press these, but won't have a hard time with them either.
Cable is poor, the kind of rubber that flexes at its weakest point, and nowhere else. Still, it's manageable with a bungee.
DPI levels default to 6 tiers, starting with 500 and 1000. Software allows you to change levels, RGB color per level, as well as change the polling rate from 500 (default) to 1000.
Though not very scientific, the DPI values feel very close to all other mice. No extreme variance there.
The feet aren't too impressive. Small dots placed inside dedicated grooves. They glide well, but I don't think they're PTFE. They grip and create a lot of friction, either due to the material, or their shape. They were hard to remove, and left behind a lot of residue. You'll want some rubbing alcohol to remove it all.
To my surprise, there were no screws underneath the feet. You don't have to remove them. There is a small 'QC passed' sticker on the bottom center that hides a single small screw. Oops! The upper shell comes off with some resistance, but this is the only screw.
The upper shell has a small weight on it which was easily unscrewed. Very thick shell with a lot of excess plastic, you could drill this if you wanted to. The piece of plastic holding the weight in place is actually part of the buttons. Don't try to move the tabs, just pull on the plastic square above the weight and the tabs will move. After removing the weight, be sure to click the plastic fully back into place. Check that the mouse buttons still flex, they seem to click into place, but one of mine did not at first. With the weight removed, definitely saved at least 10g. Feels way, way lighter and more balanced. Without the weight, the cable feels heavier than the mouse. Feels 55g or less.
Pin arrangement is White Orange Green Blue Black. JST 2.0. Clicks are OMRON D2FC-F-7N.
PCB is ~7x4.25mm. Could easily transplant this somewhere, and even give it some height inside the shell to solve liftoff distance.
Installed replacement feet (again, not that I needed to remove them). I don't think you could even fit ZA13 feet on here, better to go with some G1/M100/M235/M90 replacements, they fit inside the indentation with room to spare. I stacked on a few pairs of Hotline Games' Performance feet, altogether around .8mm tall, but the LOD is so high that I didn't feel a difference. They do glide much more nicely than the stock feet, however.
Here's some discussion: https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-...lmo-clone.html
After some hunting, here's the driver download: http://www.thway.co.kr/bbs/board.php...r_id=79&page=1
If that link ever stops working, PM me and I'll provide a direct download.