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FinalMouse Ambi and ScreaM One mice (Sensei/WMO shape with 3310/3366 public)

FinalMouse Ambi and ScreaM One mice (Sensei/WMO shape with 3310/3366 public) - Page: 3

Thread started by f1nesse on Thursday, 11:48am January 7th with 35 replies. Views: 13,793

Mwave.ChrisD

1,046 posts

11:08am Feb 25th 16

If you want Finalmouse you need to buy it from AMAZON.
I've tried to contact them 3 times with no ongoing response.

Dream Machine gaming mice coming soon:
http://au.cybergamer.com/forums/thread/588233/Coming-Soon-Dreammachine-DM1-Pro-DM2-Comfy-Gaming-Mice/

eDGe`

5,954 posts

3:19pm Mar 8th 16

http://finalmouse.tumblr.com/post/140650752681/scream-one-improvements-differences

With the upcoming arrival of the much anticipated Scream One, we thought it would be cool to list the engineering & product differences that help the Scream One stand in a league of its own!
Differences:
- Re-engineered Tooling for the entire bottom shell
- Bottom shell now accommodates the 3360 sensor and lens at a position that is 2mm higher. We found that this 2mm higher position gives hybrid and fingertip gamers like Scream faster and more versatile movements through the motion of their fingers, thus increasing their accuracy.
- New shell/tooling changes now also accommodates a newly engineered side switch. By getting rid of the metal side mounted tactile switches we were instead able to modify the tooling to hold a miniPCB that allows us to use Huanos switches.
- Use of huanos switches instead of metal side mounted tactile switches reduces the weight of the Scream One substantially
- The Scream One of course utilizes the 3360 sensor implementation we developed from the ground up right here at finalmouse. The PCB circuity and design was re-engineered by us to utilize the new sensor as well as our new NXP processor.
- The firmware for the ScreamOne 3360 was designed and developed by us for no reason other than pure performance. Everything was designed down to spec to ensure we were matching every reference and recommendation given by Pixart. Everything down to the sensors microsecond timing parameters were coded to meet Pixart Spec.
- The 3360 implementation will include 1000hz (1ms) polling, optimized LOD, zero smoothing or filtering, and no variance/acceleration.
- The Scream One's left and right click Omron's have been upgraded to a longer life variant
Changes that are also going into the new Tournament Pro batch:
-Fixed tooling to alleviate loose/rattling clickers
-Lightbleed fix
-Reduction of logo/mousewheel light intensity
Availability, Price:
The Scream One will MSRP at $76.99 and will be the first Finalmouse to go into retail and distribution expansion worldwide. This retail availability means better accessibility for customers as well as lower prices in the future! We expect the Scream One to be available for purchase sometime early-mid april depending on region!

There is more to announce on the manufacturing process differences.... which we will reveal in later posts & videos!

Stay Tuned!

http://40.media.tumblr.com/3ce6aa662e8fcb77cc3d94b7a4efc818/tumblr_inline_o3owloWGyz1tm1rxt_1280.jpg

f1nesse

779 posts

4:01pm Mar 8th 16

Such spelling mistake.

Much professional.

Wow.

CryptiK.

3,167 posts

4:23pm Mar 8th 16

Now just need to know the weight and I'm most likely in for that one.

JoshM-

154 posts

12:35pm Mar 14th 16

The Scream One will MSRP at $76.99 and will be the first Finalmouse to go into retail and distribution expansion worldwide. This retail availability means better accessibility for customers as well as lower prices in the future! We expect the Scream One to be available for purchase sometime early-mid april depending on region!


Any news on MWAVE stocking the new screamone edition?

Mwave.ChrisD

1,046 posts

2:12pm Mar 14th 16

Sorry bud, you;ll need to buy this from Amazon.
Finalmouse doesn't reply well.