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|06-10-2019 11:18 AM|
There will always be something that someone will complain about you can't please everyone - from what I've noticed the holes do provide a weight reduction while also cooling my hand during gaming sessions which is an added perk for me. With the standard shells my hand tend to sweat quite a bit. If the community here highly disliked the holes and wanted them removed I would obviously do just that. Either way my goal is to actually fund this project via preorders or starting an indiegogo campaign I'm just hoping their is some sort of demand for this type of mouse. If not at least I've tried.
I'm used to clear my hardware and I sweat a lot too so holes are very interesting to me, unfortunately everything released so far (G Model O..) is still too big.
Reinforcing the shell in few spots by covering the holes could help preserve its integrity.
Please don't give up on the idea, there are similar peoples looking for replacement of their old g100s, Ninox aurora & co without trading dimensions. (not even mentioning girls gamers who tend to have shorter hands too)
|06-10-2019 10:15 AM|
The best standard way is to have no ratio between debounce time and click latency. When the click occurs, immediately bypass any delay code and register the click to the host pc, then from that point on start counting debounce time before it unclicks. about 14ms or so would be ok, but up to 24 ms is fine too.
The shapes... not interested. Too tiny meant for small hands and claw grip. Plus it may get into issues with who ever you copy the shape from: Logitech, BenQ, ...
Hexagonal while looking "cool" is not the most structurally stiff or breaking resistant. Plus if the material is thick then what weight saving really is there compared to a thin solid wall material.
Dunno how much a "die" to manufacture the shape costs but it certainly isn't cheap. Most of these projects often go the route of DIY and 3D print instead.
Hard to tell from only rendered pictures how stiff and resistant it will be, one has to hold and use it to know.
|06-10-2019 09:23 AM|
|06-10-2019 09:18 AM|
|06-09-2019 09:08 AM|
|06-09-2019 04:23 AM|
|lurkerguy||Agreed I wish Logitech would make a normal size 50g mouse without holes to show everyone else that holes in shells are pointless and barely save any weight|
|06-09-2019 12:50 AM|
|qsxcv||nice shape but holes are the most stupid thing ever|
|06-08-2019 12:32 PM|
|gipetto||The best standard way is to have no ratio between debounce time and click latency. When the click occurs, immediately bypass any delay code and register the click to the host pc, then from that point on start counting debounce time before it unclicks. about 14ms or so would be ok, but up to 24 ms is fine too.|
|06-08-2019 10:24 AM|
Cool! Also, get it a good MCU and a well-written firmware. If you're going with the Omrons, have them have at least 4-6 ms of debounce if not more, but measure out the click latency in the end so it won't get overly high (best stay below 10 ms a little bit). Also, make sure not to smooth the hell out of the sensor above 2000 CPI like some companies do.
If all of these are done properly you'll get yourself a great product.
|06-08-2019 09:35 AM|
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