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post #21 of 71 (permalink) Old 05-26-2020, 01:52 AM
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We did large scale testing across the world (including 4 people from OCN), but the feedback on the shape was mixed. Only Asian markets were overwhelmingly aligned on what they wanted.
Yeah I think around EC2 sized would be where western hand size reaches consensus (Or in DA's case EC2.25 since DA is more like EC1.25 if we go by zowie naming logic ). These dimensions jump straight into the EC3 category.

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Does anyone know if this has on-board memory, or if not, what is the default DPI steps and Hz?
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I've never understood the talk about the 3359 being 'subpar'. I remember a time when Razer put actual trash sensors like the Philips Twin-Eye in their flagship models. Aside from the higher than average LOD (tracks at a height of 1 DVD, but not at a height of 2 DVDs), there is no discernible difference in tracking performance for the average user compared to a 3360 or 3389. You also have to keep in mind that Razer is moving wholly different quantities compared to a company like Glorious, so that comparison isn't really apples-to-apples.

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Glorious: hey, guys, here's our first mice and first version of our software

>sell great mice and great software, the latter of which is easily better than that of most well established companies

Considering there's plenty of examples on how not to do software, it's not much of an achievement tbh.
Neither is selling rebranded ODM generics. Only way to screw up these mice is to do it on purpose.
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Does anyone know if this has on-board memory, or if not, what is the default DPI steps and Hz?
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What exactly is included in onboard memory idk. For instance viper mini has onoard memory but doesn't save LOD or static RGB color AFAIK. Not sure if the polling will be fixed at 1000HZ as is with the viper mini although mouse movent reporting can be changed. Tried asking a couple of times about wether this is a normal Razer thing but no one interested enough to check.

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I've never understood the talk about the 3359 being 'subpar'. I remember a time when Razer put actual trash sensors like the Philips Twin-Eye in their flagship models. Aside from the higher than average LOD (tracks at a height of 1 DVD, but not at a height of 2 DVDs), there is no discernible difference in tracking performance for the average user compared to a 3360 or 3389. You also have to keep in mind that Razer is moving wholly different quantities compared to a company like Glorious, so that comparison isn't really apples-to-apples.
People don't see the latest and greatest sensor on a mouse and they lose their ****. Makes zero sense as the sensor is more than capable. In fact, most sensors are more than capable and posters over at Reddit whine like no tomorrow about not having a 3389 or such.

Maybe they need to go back to the 3050 and below to see how nice they have it now.

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Quote: Originally Posted by cdcd View Post
I've never understood the talk about the 3359 being 'subpar'. I remember a time when Razer put actual trash sensors like the Philips Twin-Eye in their flagship models. Aside from the higher than average LOD (tracks at a height of 1 DVD, but not at a height of 2 DVDs), there is no discernible difference in tracking performance for the average user compared to a 3360 or 3389. You also have to keep in mind that Razer is moving wholly different quantities compared to a company like Glorious, so that comparison isn't really apples-to-apples.
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Thank you, but I decline

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I remember a time when Razer put actual trash sensors like the Philips Twin-Eye in their flagship models.
That Diamondback refresh. Sigh...
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Looks good.
The only thing I hated about Deathadders was the side grips that get worn down pretty quickly and they fixed it, It also at least doesn't come with dumb holes.
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