Yes they areOriginally Posted by Derp;15567342
This is my dream mouse come true, the amazing WMO/XAI shape in a smaller size. No prediction, low lift off distance, low weight, and a rubber cord. I just hope they can deliver without problems with jitter/ low perfect control speed/lift off distance bugs or any stupid tracking bugs really.
Has Zowie been reading these forums?
The EC series present jitter and 2 LoD stages bug while using "zowie custom lens", I hope Zowie learn something about jitter, if not..so..you know, another jittery mouse.Unfortunately there are very rarely any easy fixes when it comes to optimizing a product and making it ideal for competitive gaming, so we have gone the hard way to develop a custom lens which would function flawlessly with the ADNS-3090, as we did with the ADNS-3060 in the EC-series. It has taken a lot of time and effort, but we have finally succeeded in creating the exact combination necessary for a low lift-off distance (1,5 mm) while maintaining flawless performance.
Me and few more users experience jitter on both @1000hz and 500hz.Originally Posted by woll3;15567784
I got my EC1 yesterday, and it doesnt jitter on every DPI Step @1000hz.
So I gather both sides are mouse4+mouse5? Why not go for mouse6+mouse7 and swap when changing from right to left hand? Gamers should know how to unbind a buttonFrom the feedback we have received from researching about ambidextrous mice, we can understand that one of the most annoying features is that these mice almost always have functional buttons on both sides, making it easy to accidently hit the wrong button with your palm or pinky finger. Some users don't see this as a problem, but instead they think it's annoying that there's only one button on the side they actually use. This is not suitable for competitive gamers, so it is something we are looking to eliminate. For those of you who prefer functional buttons on both sides - this mouse is not for you.