Alright let's sort some things out. Curse you Google, you're too good.
- Shape: Ambidextrous, side buttons on the left, based on MasterMouse S with modifications
- Weight: <52G without cable
- Coating: Matte black with UV coat
- Cable: Paracord is planned
- Sensor: Pixart PMW3389
- Main Buttons: Omron D2F (20 million rating)
- Holes: Lots of them. Cooler Master hexagons
- RGB: Nope
- Price: $49.99
- Date: Expected September
- Availability: This won't be limited production
Same as above with some differences below:
- Weight: <57G without cable
- Coating: Matte white with UV coat
- RGB: Yep
- Price: $59.99
- Date: Expected October
- Availability: This also won't be limited production
- The units above are working prototypes. There are still changes we would like to make and we're open to feedback.
- The images you've seen prior to this post are of a non-working prototype without a PCB and other innards.
- We determined that the holes on the main mouse buttons are up a little too far shown here
. We will fill those holes in to make it easier to place your fingers there.
- The sensor position is more central compared to the MasterMouse S shown here
. On the left is the MasterMouse S, Right is MM710/711
- We will attempt to do a paracord cable. Granted, it won't be true paracord because to sell the mouse, it must still have some shielding to be compliant, but we'll try to make it light and flexible.
- This isn't a one-and-done release. We want people to actually try this mouse.
- No, this won't make you connect with nature.
Also, I hacked a prototype of this mouse together so I have used it and compared it to the numerous mice I (used to) own. However, it was using the CM110 bottom plate and PCB, so exact performance isn't guaranteed (I think it weighed somewhere around 65g). However, feel free to ask questions and leave some suggestions!