I'm currently using this mouse on 400dpi and throwing it through the ringer via-CSGO DM, Quake Champions and a few other FPS-related games.
My in-game sens is anywhere between 2 and 3 - I tried multiple just to see what the sensor could do - never bugged out once, even with arm-driven violent whips
VERY similar to the Logitech G305/G Pro Wired, with a little less of an "egg shape" to it. I'm a big fan of this design approach - wasn't much of a fan of the "egg shape" though I used a G Pro Wired for little over a year.
Incredibly crisp, tho there is this little "metallic" sound that very very briefly resonates (also barely noticeable cause i'm talking mere milliseconds) after each click, might have to do with what they have going on under the hood mechanically speaking.
It's interesting to say the least. It has a very "smokey" or clouded see-thru effect that allows you to see internal components if the lighting is right and also allows the LED lighting to pop through. It does seem a little dark however and could possibly be lightened up to show off more of the internals (which I was told isn't going to happen since these things are basically final)
I do not have on hand a device to measure this thing just yet but I can honestly say it's in the ballpark of 70-85g's. It's once again V E R Y similar to the Logitech G305/G Pro Wired and may be a little less in weight.
Very, very basic and cheap - definitely was not looked into at all when developing this mouse, it's essentially just rubber lol
Aimed to be around $60-ish USD or so from what I was told.