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post #11 of 39 (permalink) Old 06-12-2019, 04:10 PM
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The Girls like the Pink one there, hence another spending spree shall occur for this model.

Although have no idea what scroll wheel encoder they will be using here. That could either be a good or bad purchase....





That's what is considered as 'Super Cool' by the youngster's here on this forum site. Get with the trend t3ram .
yeah I think this is going to be my next purchase in the frenetic collection game...
just need to figure out what mwheel encoder they use. I think I will e-mail them and ask.
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yeah I think this is going to be my next purchase in the frenetic collection game...
just need to figure out what mwheel encoder they use. I think I will e-mail them and ask.
I asked them too, no response till yet
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just need to figure out what mwheel encoder they use. I think I will e-mail them and ask.
Hoping they still stay with Alps otherwise MY own suspicious and dismissive nature shall kick into gear, when handing over any Credit Card details for future orders.

If they stick with their ever loving Alps encoder, then it shall be a pleasure to collect another Great Mouse from them.
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I don't get why no company uses a plastic film on the inside of the shell. This way it wouldn't make it heavier but would prevent anything from getting inside. In case you spill your drink or anything (not that i would ever eat or drink at my desk though).
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I don't get why no company uses a plastic film on the inside of the shell. This way it wouldn't make it heavier but would prevent anything from getting inside. In case you spill your drink or anything (not that i would ever eat or drink at my desk though).
Why not simply open up the mouse and use Clear Silicone?

It's very safe on virtually all plastics and metal (choose the correct silicone model) and it will encase the whole PCB area and sensor.

Making it 100% water proof. Have done that with a couple of Logitech models over the years for my youngest.
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Hoping they still stay with Alps otherwise MY own suspicious and dismissive nature shall kick into gear, when handing over any Credit Card details for future orders.

If they stick with their ever loving Alps encoder, then it shall be a pleasure to collect another Great Mouse from them.
current Xtrfy use ALPS? that's promising at least, if so.
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Fishy. Iirc they didn't give a damn about the 3310 DPI bug when it was addressed to them back in the days (and their mice were affected by it). Their stuff are horribly overpriced rebranded ODMs, claimed to be "innovation". This one's an ODM shell too, but this time it has holes.
I really hope they've changed attitude and actually developed something this time, just to prove me wrong...
Thats fair enough, yes, im a new user, i recently found out about OverClock And i like to participate in debates from time to time

If you think im affiliated, i guess thats fair .. Although, The person i know, actually posted about it on Twitter, hence why i decided to mention it here,

Ill link to the post https://twitter.com/menix1337/status...25026621636608

I hope you'll find me less Fishy
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I don't get why no company uses a plastic film on the inside of the shell. This way it wouldn't make it heavier but would prevent anything from getting inside. In case you spill your drink or anything (not that i would ever eat or drink at my desk though).

If you scroll down on the link OP posted it says, "Dust and splash resistant. We’ve covered the inside of the mouse in conformal coating to protect the components against dust, splashes and LAN night mishaps."
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current Xtrfy use ALPS? that's promising at least, if so.
got an e-mail reply saying it'll be forward to the CTO, sure would be nice if it was ALPS, love those.
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got an e-mail reply saying it'll be forward to the CTO, sure would be nice if it was ALPS, love those.
Did you hear anything back on it yet?
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