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Saw them posting images of their new Nixeus IMBA Gaming Mouse on their Facebook, Instagram and Twitter:

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These look like untouched/unedited photos and they stated it is using an Avago 3310 sensor.
 

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Looks similar to new Finalmouse?
Wow really? I googled and could not find the new Final Mouse pictures right now...
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Never heard of them.
The shape seems to be good, but it looks so ******ed with all that LED xG4M3z stuff.
Nixeus is an American company/brand - apparently they are more known for making IPS 2560x1440 monitors and 1920x1080 AMD FreeSync gaming monitors.

Lately they've been getting into peripherals like keyboards and this looks like their first mouse.
 

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Is this an ambi or ergonomic mouse?

It does look similar to the prototypes of the ambi finalmouse. Only DPI button area is a little different.
 

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Is this an ambi or ergonomic mouse?

It does look similar to the prototypes of the ambi finalmouse. Only DPI button area is a little different.
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These shells are all over taobao
I think a lot of gaming mice look similar TBH... Also I just looked through 50 + pages of taobao - saw alot of shells that look like many other mice including the big name brands... but have yet to see this shell... hmmm
 

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I think a lot of gaming mice look similar TBH... Also I just looked through 50 + pages of taobao - saw alot of shells that look like many other mice including the big name brands... but have yet to see this shell... hmmm
https://detail.tmall.com/item.htm?id=523252397532&ali_refid=a3_430009_1006:1109773006:N:%E6%B8%B8%E6%88%8F%E4%B8%93%E7%94%A8%E9%BC%A0%E6%A0%87:4e143eb9abe7e55edfa8145d37e45d47&ali_trackid=1_4e143eb9abe7e55edfa8145d37e45d47&spm=a230r.1.0.0.hqJ9hV&sku_properties=5919063:6536025

https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a230r.1.14.31.edsaMu&id=523927226549&ns=1&abbucket=4#detail

https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a230r.1.14.70.edsaMu&id=523249311310&ns=1&abbucket=4#detail

Already has the 3310 inside it. This Nixeus mouse is just a rebrand, similar to what teksyndicate is likely doing too.
 

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Maybe its using the same shell or tooling, that mouse looks like it has glossy coating vs the different coating on the Nixeus - they haven't announced specifications yet other than the sensor they are using. I've already seen shells for Final Mouse, Ducky Secret, Hori, Steel Series, MSI, ASUS, etc. (many other branded mice) with similar sensors on Taobao...
 

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They have a "non-progammable" version which costs 88 rmb or 13.50 USD compared to the main model which costs 159 rmb. Both use the same sensor. Assuming this is no frills and plug and play. The selling point for the expensive version is the "extensive possibilities" for macro configurations.

Also, if this is the same as the Nixeus and TekSyndicate mouse, I am kinda disappointed by the weight which is 114g according to this review. I suspect that is the weight without the cable
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