|Item model number||FM2015|
|Item Weight||4.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.4 x 2.2 x 2.1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.4 x 2.2 x 2.1 inches|
Finalmouse 2016 - Classic Ergo
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The Finalmouse 2016 Classic Ergo uses Avego 3310 IR LED eSports sensor which offers amazing accuracy, even at high speeds. The sensor works flawlessly in many high demanding games, with an extraordinary feel and exquisite control. The scroll wheel is sturdy and stiff, but not sturdy enough to bother you while you are playing games. It has a moderate sturdiness that is excellent (previous versions of the mice featured softer scroll wheels which was easy to actuate). The sensor and the flawless tracking and movement are the main advantages of this mouse. The sensor is one of the very best in the business right now. But, please note that this mouse is easy to set up and is driverless. It has 4 DPI settings as well without any LED customization. So, if you are in search for customizable DPI settings and LED functions then this is not the gaming mouse for you.
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The side switches feel good but can’t can get a bit tiring if you use them a lot because of the higher amount of pressure required to activate, so if I had to change anything it would be to make them a bit easier to press/place them better. Obviously as stated before, the very light weight shell, sensor performance and build quality of the Summer Edition is the biggest draw.
+Very good control speed
+High performance at all dpi stages (400,800,1600,3200)
+No tracking bugs
+Very low LOD
+Good balanced light weight(74g)
-No Teflon replacement option
-May be small for some
There's a lot to like, mainly the 3310 sensor and Omron switches, the materials are comfortable (I don't mind the glossy plastic on the right side), and build quality wise, I may have got lucky. I've heard some people complain, but there's nothing wrong with mine.
One problem is the light staying on (no software may not be as good an idea as some claim), but the biggest thing for me is the shell. There's an uncomfortable ledge on the right, and the thumb groove is too deep. As I'm sure others have pointed out, it's very similar to the Razer Imperator, a mouse I returned after a day because I knew I didn't like it.
So in short, lots of potential, looking forward to the Scream One, and this is a great mouse in many ways, but only buy it if you think the shell is going to fit your hand and you want a nightlight.
Here's the video review I made for it: [...]
Like others I wanted to see what all the hype was about with this mouse so I decided to give it a shot.
Mice I have used:
Logitech Optical (cheap mouse)
Razer Diamondback Plasma
Razer DeathAdder Chroma
Zowie ec1 (blue rubber edition)
Zowie ec1 eVo
Sensor is flawless. Slightly better than the sensor in the ec1 eVo
Braided Mouse Cord
Switches - Clicks are really nice and responsive
-Upon arrival I could see the light from the scroll wheel through the right mouse button, there didn't appear to be any coating issue but there has to be an issue somewhere with the plastic/coating being thin in that spot.
-The light on the FinalMouse never cuts off, I thought it was something I had set in the BIOS... It wasn't. I've had no problem with any of the before mentioned mice that I have used with lights staying on... ever.
-Dpi button on the top of the mouse. I thought this wouldn't be an issue but it is, I accidentally hit it all the time. I use Finger/Palm grip.
-Light is ridiculously bright on this mouse. Compared to say the DA Chroma or even the Diamondback Plasma it is literally just insane.
Added some details about the switches being good. They are noticeably better than my ec1 evo.
*I am still returning it. I personally have decided to go with a Zowie ZA11 as it uses the same sensor and I have never had any problems with zowies build quality.
I'm ironically in the middle. Here's why:
I like the idea of this mouse. The whole less is more thing really is what I want.
I don't want software suites to program my buttons and such, I frequently had problems with them anyways so didn't rely on them.
The Finalmouse is really that. Just plug it in and it will work. Period.
Then in your game bind what you want to the buttons available.
I dig that...I really do, except Windows 10 didn't automatically bind the two side buttons to forward/back like normal for some reason so the buttons were worthless not in game. I'm sure there is a fix for that but I didn't keep looking for other reasons (we will get there).
Here's some big Pros for the mouse:
Awesome performance in every aspect.
The left and right mouse buttons click really well. Period. There are specs about the switches they use and the depth you push and all that junk out there if you want real technical details, but for me I just want to say this mouse clicked perfectly.
The sensor itself, again technical stuff is being left to the others, responded really well. Very fast feeling.
The scroll wheel is good. It rolls smoothly, but actually clicks a little giving tactile feedback for the scroll (important if you use it to switch weapons in FPSs, but I tend to use the number keys).
The braided cable is really nice.It holds some form from being wound in the packaging, but it doesn't hinder it at all.
The mouse is really light. Like, REALLY light. It really reminds me of the cheap mouse you get when you buy a Dell computer or something. Except that it performs far better than those. Honestly, I think there is a big psychological issue with this mouse in that regard. I think a lot of people feel how light it is and the plastic feels thin in design (to keep it light) so our brains automatically think cheap. Maybe that is the case, maybe not. There are more than enough people that say the mouse holds up, and the warranty on the thing is good so they stand behind their product. I lean toward the side that says it really is quality (except that I didn't keep it...again, I will get to that).
The mouse feels good in my hand, but not noteworthy either.
I also look at the design and it doesn't seem universally good. Like, if you have bigger or smaller hands, not in that middle of the bell curve of hand sizes, this mouse doesn't seem like it would work for you.
Again, it didn't feel bad for me (I have odd hands for a man, very thin and long bone structure) but I kept looking at my thumb and ring finger. My thumb went in the indented area like normal, but maybe I am just used to my old Logitech that jutted out a little and gave the bottom of my thumb someplace to rest. My ring finger rested in the little groove they put there for it, but it didn't seem like it was in the right place. Not uncomfortable by any means, and it took me a while to notice it myself, but it just seemed like I fit there okay...not good or bad...but again if somebody's hand was a different size or fingers meatier than mine it could get awkward. I can't say good or bad either way, I think you need to put your hand on one to see if you like it. But it just seems like the potential for it not fitting right is there.
The scroll wheel I praised as being good in the Pro section. It is. But the hitch is, I don't like it for non-gaming use.
I do a lot of work on my computer from Excel to Photoshop. Scrolling a little at a time sucks. If I am in a big spreadsheet or looking at a bunch of code, I want a smooth scroll with no clicks or hesitations. I liked my old Logitech where I could push a button and it was free scrolling, but then push it again to get the clicks back. That feature is key to me...but it isn't a gaming thing, and this mouse is geared only to gamers so I can't really knock them for that.
Like others have said, the light. Yes, it is bright, annoying, and always on. And worse, it is right under the logo so you can see the bulb glow (i.e. the glow is not uniform) and that bugs the crap out of me more than anything. Not a deal breaker, but if I kept the mouse I would put some electrical tape over it or something (or knowing me open it up and disconnect the light).
So in my mind there are more Pros than Cons, and this could be a very excellent mouse if you want something simple and ultra fast, but your hand needs to fit it.
Why didn't I keep it? I got a defect.
I used the mouse for a few days in normal computer work, Photoshop (needing good detail control), and in Battlefield 1 (closed alpha going on now). Overall the mouse performed very well. But I noticed on lateral swipes to the left on very rare occasion it would skip. Like the sensor didn't register one movement so my mouse would not be where I thought it would as I moved it. This happened in game and out of game.
In a few days it did it a few times. At first I thought it was my table. I have a wood desk and there is grain present as well as some nicks/scratches. I thought the sensor was picking those up and giving me inconsistent results. So I started using a mouse pad, and I still got those skips. I really think it is a defect in the one I got, and not indicative to the mouse as a whole, so I wouldn't speak badly about the mouse for it...but I also returned it because that isn't acceptable for a premium item like this. So if you get one, just test it out and look for any inconsistencies early on.