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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-02-2020, 10:52 PM - Thread Starter
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G-Wolves Skoll 45g Ergo (smaller version)

Pre-production model on video:



dimensions approx in mm:

117.5 mm length
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59 front flare
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56 grip width, in the middle
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62 rear flare
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40mm height


according to BadSeedTech on the Pre-production model it's 7mm shorter in length and 2.3mm shorter in height

cable is detachable
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cable is detachable
About time they started doing this. In the age of paracording, brands are taking their sweet time to make this standard practice.

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About time they started doing this. In the age of paracording, brands are taking their sweet time to make this standard practice.
An extra connector is always an extra failure point. Especially since it's getting dragged on constantly. I don't mind it happening, but I also can't blame companies for not jumping on the detachable cable bandwagon.

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Detacheable cable is fine if there's an anchor lock which prevents the cable from being ripped out all the time. Such a mechanism is completely absent on this one though, so I'd expect issues during use.

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At the very least, there should be a mechanism that allowed users to swap out cables without having to open the mouse entirely.

I suppose a standard connector and a lock system would be ideal.

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In b4 such mechanism "introduces input lag". :]
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In b4 such mechanism "introduces input lag". :]
The real issue is that cables are getting skinnier and skinnier dropping all or most shielding and many don't even use a ferrite choke. Some skinny or barely shielded cables like the Endgame XM1 and Model O have them, but others don't. It's very easy to get interference on a skinny, unshielded cable. As to what is better, a properly shielded cable with no ferrite choke, or a completely unshielded cable with a ferrite choke, no idea. Probably the shielded one...

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Just don't like the miniature sizing here. It's getting ridiculous so before long they'll release a mouse only 10mm long and with a hair like cable connecting to it.

Then watch all the extra discussion on that design feature. Suppose they will all be heading towards a hair-like cable connection, so it just might be the way it goes.

Redesign of internal electronics to absorb fluctuations in power delivery and it's possible interference, will be the new frontier for Mouse Manufacturers.
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Just don't like the miniature sizing here. It's getting ridiculous so before long they'll release a mouse only 10mm long and with a hair like cable connecting to it.

Then watch all the extra discussion on that design feature. Suppose they will all be heading towards a hair-like cable connection, so it just might be the way it goes.

Redesign of internal electronics to absorb fluctuations in power delivery and it's possible interference, will be the new frontier for Mouse Manufacturers.
Lol, you basically just described the m1k.
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Quote: Originally Posted by r0ach View Post
The real issue is that cables are getting skinnier and skinnier dropping all or most shielding and many don't even use a ferrite choke. Some skinny or barely shielded cables like the Endgame XM1 and Model O have them, but others don't. It's very easy to get interference on a skinny, unshielded cable. As to what is better, a properly shielded cable with no ferrite choke, or a completely unshielded cable with a ferrite choke, no idea. Probably the shielded one...
That's not how digital signal transmission works lol.
It's a square wave, interference will not be enough to change ANYTHING, otherwise it would just give an error. (which doesn't happen )
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