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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-13-2020, 06:49 AM - Thread Starter
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Seryth's - The Katana (40-50 grams)

Seryth's Lightweight Gaming Mouse
The Katana

Specifications:

Sensor - Pixart® PMW-3360 Sensor
Switch Type - D2FC-F-7N (20M) Rated at 20 Million Clicks
Polling Rate - 1000hz (1ms)
Scroll Wheel Steps - 24-Step Encoder
Weight - Projected at 40-50 grams
Cable Type - UltraFlexible
DPI Settings - 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200
Max DPI - 12,000
Max Tracking Speed - 250+ IPS
Lift off Distance - Projected at <0.8mm
Software - Possible in the near future after launch
OS - Windows, Mac, and Linux. USB Port required

"Prototype:
We will be working directly with the manufacture to show off a prototype.
If the Indiegogo campaign is unsuccessful we will have Pre-Orders available on the website after the prototype is completed.
Estimated timeframe for this will be 1-2 months.
This process is starting earlier then the marker on the current timeframe, so it is very possible to receive your mouse sooner.
If you have any questions please let me know. Thanks!"

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/s...gaming-mouse#/

Dimension:

Front, width: 56mm

Middle, behinds buttons width: 61mm

Back, close to end width: 34mm

Height in front, buttons: 16.5mm

Length: 118mm

Height: 37mm

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looks better in form than the g pro types
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If you people are going to steal mouse shapes, at least steal the Kana instead of G Pro. The G Pro Hero 16k is already serviceable enough, so putting a 3360 into one accomplishes....what? Anyone that wants a G Pro shape can already get a decent mouse, so this potential market segment doesn't even exist.

I haven't seen an actual good sensor in a Kana shape, though. Bought the DM Pro thing with 3360 and the switches were bad and tracking not good, so there actually is room for improvement there unlike a no name company trying to defeat Logitech with their own shape (absurd).

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I saw a few posts ages ago about that guy. everyone was positive about the product shape but it was really badly run. he was advised to make a prototype before the crowdfund but did not. he was advised to make a pcb but opted instead to buy one. he made a website and deleted it a day later. the subreddit still exists but is dead. he was like steve jobs, knew nothing about technology and didn't want to learn either, but had a concept and that was it.

https://www.reddit.com/r/seryth/
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ok all right.
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Are those almost straight sides I see?

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Are those almost straight sides I see?
Looks more like identical to G Pro sides with non-beveled bottom edge to me.

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Keeping my eye on this.
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Quote: Originally Posted by r0ach View Post
If you people are going to steal mouse shapes, at least steal the Kana instead of G Pro.
Also why not use the famous Logitech G3 shape instead. That would be sublime having that shape back, using the proverbial 3360 sensor inside it.

You would sell more of the G3 shape than any other. Trust me you would .
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Is the angle of he sides closer to a G100s or G305?
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