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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 05-07-2019, 04:09 PM
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I'm not hype for it, but I really do think it looks cool. Hoping for the best, I'll probably get one down the line. I guess it will be ready by computex 2019?
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post #22 of 27 (permalink) Old 05-07-2019, 05:07 PM - Thread Starter
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last instagramm picture shows also #computex2019
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"Greeting, Ducky fans, our Secret 2 will be presented with the latest specification at 2019 Computex.  
We have been through lots of difficulties and challenges regarding to our persistence in handling and PBT materials.
  
- Secret 2 inherits the appearance of the most popular mouse Secret M, with a multi-functional LCD screen and RGB surrounding lighting effects. Made out of PBT material with upgraded braided wire.
  
- Ducky Secret 2's Micro Switch uses Japanese-made Omron Switch with more than 50 million micro-motions.   
  
- The ALPS encoder used.
  
- Upgraded Pixart PMW3389 optical sensor provides accurate control and good touching feeling wheel with Maximum 16000DPI.
  
Come experience the whole new Secret 2 at 2019 Computex with us "
https://www.facebook.com/duckychanne...9772?__tn__=-R

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I was hoping they would cut the LCD Screen
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With them having show it both ways maybe there will just be two models?

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I thought there wasnt going to be an LCD screen...Well, I guess its best to wait and see what happens, but this isn't looking too great to me. Maybe they can surprise me?
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The ONLY 3 main concerns for any mouse user are these;

Ducky Secret 2's Micro Switch uses Japanese-made Omron Switch with more than 50 million micro-motions.  

The ALPS encoder used.
  
Upgraded Pixart PMW3389 optical sensor provides accurate control and good touching feeling wheel with Maximum 16000DPI.

That are the ONLY issues that give us a potentially Great Mouse to play with. Also having all over PBT shell is another winner here.

This shall be another Great Model released to those that appreciate Quality and Finish.
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Even if they are using the Japanese microswitches which do feel good they are still gonna have the same issue as every other mouse out there concerning debounce and double click, unless of course they used optical switches. I would want ducky to try to make a mouse with their pbt shell still but light id think a pbt shell could benefit from having holes like some others. Personally, Id like to see optical switches on the mouse I know they wouldn't be the first to do it, but at least one of the few. The benefits of optical switches getting rid of debounce/double click issues plus low latency seems like a win. An actual competitive combining optical switches weight at least under 100g top sensor would get more hype than a lcd screen. I could be wrong but i know a4 tech bloody mice sorta fit this mold but I haven't heard the greatest things about them. Heres to hoping that maybe they will take their head out of where ever they have it and actually try.

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