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post #21 of 143 (permalink) Old 08-01-2019, 02:00 AM
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You can by this from MaxGaming: https://www.maxgaming.com/gaming-mice/dm1-fps-noir
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Quote: Originally Posted by JohnyTheMusicia View Post
Hi,
You can by this from MaxGaming: https://www.maxgaming.com/gaming-mice/dm1-fps-noir

Already have, 10 times better than anything designed or sold by Razer Corp(se).

Thank you for reminding everyone else out there what is currently supplied to those that value a 'REAL Gaming Mouse' minus the paid-for propaganda.
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Well the good news is, it has 400 dpi out of box finally. Also has 800 dpi then I believe 1600 and it increments there. DPI button is under the mouse and DPI profiles are color coded. This means we don't need to use synapase at all for barebone users

Mouse is light, mouse skates def need to be worn in they are not rounded and it's quite a low profile. Seems like the ideal grip for this mouse is claw/hybrid claw. The right side is flat. Scroll wheel feels good. Side buttons have extremely low pre-travel and feel very snappy/clicky? middle mouse button is very easy to press and right/left click feel spammable don't require too much force

The cable doesn't seem to pull the mouse at all - it's not wireless but it's your typical shoelace cable, except more towards like a braided cable but less tight of a weave? Idk how to explain that.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ncck View Post
Well the good news is, it has 400 dpi out of box finally. Also has 800 dpi then I believe 1600 and it increments there. DPI button is under the mouse and DPI profiles are color coded. This means we don't need to use synapase at all for barebone users

Mouse is light, mouse skates def need to be worn in they are not rounded and it's quite a low profile. Seems like the ideal grip for this mouse is claw/hybrid claw. The right side is flat. Scroll wheel feels good. Side buttons have extremely low pre-travel and feel very snappy/clicky? middle mouse button is very easy to press and right/left click feel spammable don't require too much force

The cable doesn't seem to pull the mouse at all - it's not wireless but it's your typical shoelace cable, except more towards like a braided cable but less tight of a weave? Idk how to explain that.

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Any pics?

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what? no need for synapse? prolly would'a kept me as a customer if one never existed in the first place..

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post #26 of 143 (permalink) Old 08-01-2019, 05:12 PM
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Any pics?
Yeah here's some.. mostly the box and one pic of it on my pad. I could take more but it's pretty dark in my room and also night so they would look terrible.. Also what's up with the website, all the pictures uploaded sideways. I'll get you pictures of top view, underside, and right side later
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so IR Switches , 69g , good cable ( maybe better as the OK cable from the DA Elite ) , pmw3389 Sensor , Onboard Memory ...
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Model O but better quality and sensor without holes, and most importantly you will be able to actualy buy it if you live outside the US(without it chilling in customs for months).
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Quote: Originally Posted by ncck View Post
Well the good news is, it has 400 dpi out of box finally. Also has 800 dpi then I believe 1600 and it increments there. DPI button is under the mouse and DPI profiles are color coded. This means we don't need to use synapase at all for barebone users

This I want to SEE .

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They just had to call it "Viper". Oh well...
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