|Item Weight||9.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.7 x 6.4 x 2.6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||8.7 x 6.4 x 2.6 inches|
Finalmouse Scream One - Classic Blue - Second Edition
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- Developed in tandem with Adil "Scream" Benrlitom, the S1 was built to surpass every esports performance benchmark
- The S1 boasts the all new pmw3360 esports sensor. With a higher framerate, integrated illumination, and enhanced tracking ability
- Firmware for the S1’s NXP chipset was developed in-house to ensure every line of code pushed the mouse to its performance limits
- The S1 is the lightest Finalmouse built to date; with improved internal components, side buttons, and 20m switches
- <1ms click latency, 1ms fully consistent report rate, exact 1:1 burst motion reads, zero sensor delay, zero prediction, zero acceleration
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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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It had problems at launch and most are now fixed, which you can read about online. The main problem I had with it was the mouse feet had an incredible amount of drag on my Qck+. This only slightly lessened over time, and I assume it could be fixed by replacing the feet. I also did not like the feel of the side buttons. The pros for this mouse are definitely the sensor, the left and right click are separate from the rest of the shell, and the weight (light). The sides of the mouse can still feel a bit slippery although not nearly as bad as the Deathadder for me. If you like your mouse light weight but don't like how small and cramped some of the light mice on the market are, like the g pro, then this mouse is definitely worth a try. Otherwise, I think there are much better options at a slightly heavier weight but of much higher quality.
*****August 5th, 2017*****
There is supposedly an updated batch of finalmouse products coming out very soon based on their twitter feed so I would highly suggest not buying this until those come out.
You can check their twitter, the handle is @finalmouse
The firmware update utility is janky. My mouse was off for about 10 minutes while it did nothing. Fortunately I unplugged the mouse and when it plugged back in it worked. Was never sure if it actually updated the firmware.
I use mouse 4 for voice chat in Discord. Occasionally with a moderate press, the mouse 4 button will slide into the chase and I'll have to pop it out.
My biggest complaint is after 3 months of moderate use, the mouse has developed button "slam". When you pick up the mouse, if you moderately set it down, it will actually click. I tested this when I first got the mouse and it did not do that; this has developed over 3 months of moderate use with little abuse. Never dropped, slammed, etc. This is completely unacceptable for a mouse that costs this much to have such poor quality.
Mouse wheel DOES feel a bit cheap but in no way is it unusable.
Lifting the mouse and putting it back down quickly can cause the mouse buttons to click. I guess the mouse is so light and the mouse buttons are so light that a small drop can cause it to click. This can be a problem in games like CS;GO when you lift get more mouse pad to aim and put the mouse down quickly. Does it completely ruin the mouse? Nahh, just have to a bit gentler with your lifts.
Comes with pretty simple packaging. With the mouse you get a support card, 2 stickers, and that’s it. Very minimalist and simple. Nothing wrong with that however for the price I kinda expected a little bit more.
The shape of the s1 is fantastic. Its one of those shapes that can fit a good variety of grip styles. I personally fingertip the mouse and even with medium sized hands it works out wonderfully. There are no issues picking the mouse up, and over long matches Ive never once had any discomfort. The shape itself is symmetrical, but that doesn’t mean the mouse is ambidextrous because it only has side buttons on the left side (for right handed gamers). The shape is very similar to the old steelseries sensei mice, but with a bit more “filling”. Its hard to explain. But this extra filling along with the fingergrooves reminiscent of razer mice make the s1’s shape pretty unique. I would categorize this as a jack of all trades shape.
Tracking on the mouse is flawless. LOD is low like on all 3360 sensors. There is no acceleration or imperfections whatsoever. To test out a sensor I like to go into an empty map in CS, shoot some holes at a certain wall or spot, and then make swiping motions to and away from this spot. If the mouse overshoots this spot on the way back then that is how you know there is some built in acceleration. With the s1 I always landed right back to where I was, most of the time dead on. There is also no lag or delay, as soon as you move the mouse the cursor moves with you. If you come to this mouse from an older 3310 sensor you will 100% feel the improvement.
The sides of the mouse are a textured plastic without any coating. This works well as it is not slippery. Meanwhile the top is a very rubbery blue (paint?). Whatever this material on top is it feels really nice as others have reported. The switches are OMRON 20 million lifecount switches, and on my unit there is no pretravel or any looseness. Similar story on the side buttons but I don’t think the side buttons are using the 20 million count omrons, however they still feel great. The skates on my unit could h ave been positioned better, I had to adjust them myself to get the mouse to glide smoothly on my qck. Cable is heavy, rigid, and can be shaped to however you want. It doesn’t “flow” freely like thinner more flexible cables, but the ability to position a more rigid cable how you wish is actually not bad. The mousewheel is extremely light to scroll, and you don’t feel the indents/steps as much as you would with other mice. This is both good and bad, really depends on the game you are playing, and your preference here.
I was prepared for the quality of the mouse to be poor, but so far I have not had any problems other than my Teflon skates being slightly out of position. I can not speak for the long term durability of the s1, and this is something you will always have to look out for.
I was very pleasantly surprised by the s1 seeing as how I had a lot of doubts going into it. As long as I don’t run into any quality issues in the future I am very happy with it. Good job to Finalmouse for making an esports tailored mouse that actually performs.