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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 03-13-2019, 01:14 AM - Thread Starter
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(potentially) New Steelseries Mice - Zero Lineup

Found this, discuss now

Source: https://m.blog.naver.com/PostView.nh...258&navType=tl

Interesting thing about this are the "magnetic switches" for M1/M2, with 100M clicks lifespan.
I'm trying to dig up better images and no infos about weight.
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Mice:
Logitech G903 (current daily driver), Rival 310, Logitech G403, Logitech G Pro, Logitech G303 , WMO-Adder (3.5G), Custom WMO 1.1a (/w Omrons), WMO, IE 3.0, Deathadder 2013, Roccat Savu, Roccat KPM, Steelseries Rival 700, Gigabyte Torq x5, Zowie EC2-A, Ducky Secret
Trackballs:
Logitech Trackman Wheel, Logitech M570, Kensington Slimblade
Mouspads:
Logitech Powerplay (/w softpad), Razer Goliathus Control (L) + Sphex, Roccat Sense, Steelseries QcK Heavy, Sharkoon 1337 XXL
Keyboards:
Ducky Shine 3 TKL MX-Black (main), Cherry G84-4100, Roccat Arvo, Logitech G13

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finally, I've been waiting for 18K DPI... never.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Br3chtel View Post
Found this, discuss now

Source: https://m.blog.naver.com/PostView.nh...258&navType=tl

Interesting thing about this are the "magnetic switches" for M1/M2, with 100M clicks lifespan.
I'm trying to dig up better images and no infos about weight.

They're starting to look like the 'Bloody' A4Tech Mice range.

Cool
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finally, I've been waiting for 18K DPI... never.
lol, but it does hint at something:

"Did SS finally realize hey should stop gimping smaller mice with a mid tier sensor? Have they finally caved in and put the 3360 in all their mice?"

If there's a Kana sized model this could be good

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Quote: Originally Posted by Elrick View Post
They're starting to look like the 'Bloody' A4Tech Mice range.

Cool
Yeah especially with naming and gimick features like "second lift-off sensor" @[email protected]
But I'm kinda curious about the "magnetic switches" because I've tried the bloody "light strike switches" and they are okayish, to say at least.


Mice:
Logitech G903 (current daily driver), Rival 310, Logitech G403, Logitech G Pro, Logitech G303 , WMO-Adder (3.5G), Custom WMO 1.1a (/w Omrons), WMO, IE 3.0, Deathadder 2013, Roccat Savu, Roccat KPM, Steelseries Rival 700, Gigabyte Torq x5, Zowie EC2-A, Ducky Secret
Trackballs:
Logitech Trackman Wheel, Logitech M570, Kensington Slimblade
Mouspads:
Logitech Powerplay (/w softpad), Razer Goliathus Control (L) + Sphex, Roccat Sense, Steelseries QcK Heavy, Sharkoon 1337 XXL
Keyboards:
Ducky Shine 3 TKL MX-Black (main), Cherry G84-4100, Roccat Arvo, Logitech G13
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lol, but it does hint at something:

"Did SS finally realize hey should stop gimping smaller mice with a mid tier sensor? Have they finally caved in and put the 3360 in all their mice?"

If there's a Kana sized model this could be good
it is probably 3389 on steroids, with those prices - it should be
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hope it's lower weight, not that SS have been terrible at that. the zero 4 / 4x look the best though.
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More infos found about the wireless mouse "zero 9" - "lightweight" *chuckels*
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Mice:
Logitech G903 (current daily driver), Rival 310, Logitech G403, Logitech G Pro, Logitech G303 , WMO-Adder (3.5G), Custom WMO 1.1a (/w Omrons), WMO, IE 3.0, Deathadder 2013, Roccat Savu, Roccat KPM, Steelseries Rival 700, Gigabyte Torq x5, Zowie EC2-A, Ducky Secret
Trackballs:
Logitech Trackman Wheel, Logitech M570, Kensington Slimblade
Mouspads:
Logitech Powerplay (/w softpad), Razer Goliathus Control (L) + Sphex, Roccat Sense, Steelseries QcK Heavy, Sharkoon 1337 XXL
Keyboards:
Ducky Shine 3 TKL MX-Black (main), Cherry G84-4100, Roccat Arvo, Logitech G13
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zero 9 im ready

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zero 9 im ready
Better have two digit weight or it's not even competitive.
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