|Item model number||Mmo-PNHUK-329637019|
|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.6 x 6.4 x 2.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||8.6 x 6.4 x 2.5 inches|
Finalmouse 2016 - Tournament Pro
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- New Tournament Pro model developed for CS:GO & Esports athletes
- Flawless Pixart 3310 IR Led Esports Sensor
- Esports Inspired Ergonomic Form Factor
- Professional & Tournament Grade
- Industry Leading Super-Lightweight: At Only 76 Grams
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Finalmouse is the industry standard gaming mouse for professional gamers and esports athletes. Pro gamers from all over the world prefer Finalmouse for its flawless sensor, accurate tracking, and perfect ergonomic form factor.
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My previous mice:
-Final Mouse Ergonomic 2015/2016
-Razer Deathadder Chroma
-Steelseries Sensei Raw
-Steelseries Rival 300
-Steelseries Rival 100
-Zowie ZA 11
-Zowie FK 1
-Corsair Sabre RGB
-Corsair M65 RGB
Hand Size: Hand flat on table. Fingers stretched as far as possible.
-9 In. from outside of thumb to inside of pinky.
-8 In. from top of middle finger to wrist.
-Something to note...I feel like palm to finger length ratio might be important when deciding what shapes of mice are good for you. I have a palm on the larger size with fingers that are probably a bit slightly shorter than average.
For this review I wanted to go over what I liked and disliked about it as well as talk a little bit about some comparisons between it and the Final Mouse 2015/2016 since I'm assuming there are some of you who have at least tried that version.
--Just like the FinalMouse Ergo 2015/2016, the 3310 sensor is a sensor I have never had any complaints about. People who consider themselves experts will go into details about angle snapping this, and consistency that, yet I have had 0 issues using this sensor for any game. The only big thing that bothers me is when a mouse cursor, mostly in-game, will spaz out and jump to some random location on my screen. The 3310 on the Ergo and this Tournament pro have not given me this issue thank goodness. And yes, the mouse is locked into 500hz like the Ergo version, but if you're so eager to use 1000hz with this ambidextrous shape, then wait for the scream one. If i'm not mistaken it should be the same shape with a 3360 sensor locked in at 1000hz.
--THE SIDE BUTTONS ARE GREAT! One issue I had with the Ergo versions was that the mouse 4 and 5 buttons felt too pointed and slightly got in the way. They were also a big higher than I'd of liked. The tournament pro fixes this issue. The side buttons are now more flat and lower on the body making it much more convenient and easy to get to.
--I don't have any major complaints for the scroll wheel, but it's not my favorite part of the mouse either. It's in the likes section because if it's not terrible, I like it. Comparing it to the FinalMouse Ergos i'd have to say that the Tournament Pros scroll wheel feels easier to roll, but you still get that satisfying bump to let you know when you've triggered it.
--Very lightweight at 76g. Steer clear if you like heavier mice because this has no adjustable weights and is extremely easy to whip around at high speeds.
--Because everyone's hands are different I cannot speak for you all here, but I am a fan of ambidextrous shapes. I was hoping that the size would fit me just right and luckily it does. I use a clawish / fingertip grip (depending on what i'm doing) and both are pretty comfortable.
--Both the left and right sides of the mouse have the same material. It's a hard smooth plastic that is similar to the Ergo version minus the indents that the ergo had. I'm happy it's not rubber. After realizing that using rubber gripped mice can wear out after months of use I've grown scared of investing money into something with a rubber grip.
--Very smooth on top side of the mouse. The material is similar to the FinalMouse Ergo, but not quiteeee the same. It feels
--The clicks are light but more satisfying to click that the FinalMouse Ergo. It's a slightly louder and I no longer misclick mouse 2 because of the grip that I use! The FinalMouse Ergo mouse 2 button was almost too easy to trigger. I suppose it's comparable to the G303 in terms of how the clicks feel. Very very nice!
--I really had to look closely at this one to be sure but I think the mouse feet on the tournament pro is made of a different material than the ergo versions. The ergo has a shinier slippery feel to it on my Zowie GS-R mouse mat while the tournament pro feels more controlled and has a matte look to it. It's kind of like the difference between going from a Hard Mouse Mat (slippery) to a Cloth Mouse Mat (more controlled) but NO WHERE NEAR AS DRASTIC. I merely used those references as a comparison to give you an idea of what I meant. Personally I am liking that small extra feeling of control the tournament pro provides.
--FinalMouse still does not ship their mice with spare mouse feet. Certainly not a deal breaker, but would really really appreciate it if they did in case something happens to the ones already on it.
--I would like if the braided cable had a little more flex to it. Something similar to the G303 would be awesome because that is by far the best cable ever on a mouse. The Tournament Pro cable is a harder to keep out of the way unless you like bending your cables in a scary forceful way.
--I always prefer the DPI change button on the bottom, no biggy that it's on the top though.
--Logo light does not shut off on computer shut down unless your not getting any power into the pc at all. No option to change brightness. The lighting also looks lackluster because when you look at it in different angels the lighting fades and brightens depending on how you look at it. Other mice have gotten their lighting looking high quality and that's a minor thing I'd like to see changed.
Changes I'd want?
--Maybe the same shape in 2 additional sizes to appeal to a wider range of customers? I personally will be sticking with this current size but I feel like some people might be missing out because it's too big or small for them.
--I know that this is an ambidextrous shaped mouse, but it's not actually ambidextrous because there are no mouse 4/5 buttons on the right side of the mouse. I feel like some of the leftys out there got let down and others mislead to begin with. In my personal opinion I have not had any trouble with the extra side buttons on the right side of the mouse as a right handed person. So I personally did not see any harm in including the extra side buttons in case there are some left handed users out there who want to take a chance with FinalMouse.
--An extra pair of mouse feet to come with the mouse.
--RGB options. Not FinalMouse's focus I know because of simplicity and no software, but it would be cool to see that option someday.
--Ability to change the brightness of the lighting or to turn it off completely while still in use
Very light and accurate mouse. Simple design with just enough secondary buttons. Fits medium to large hands well using a claw style grip.
I do not like the DPI button in the center of the mouse, occasionally I will accidentally hit it and greatly change the speed of the mouse. I wish there was more texture to the mouse, it can feel slippery at times.Scroll wheel is just ok.
You're probably buying this mouse for it's insane latency times and super accurate sensor, in which case this is a great value for an avid gamer.