|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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Top customer reviews
The mouse is light, which makes it good to move around.
The mouse fits in my hand perfectly. (I have big to medium size hands) Feels better than EC1-A, which is my current mouse.
Seems like all the fixes they made since first edition had came out had been resolved.
The scroll wheel feels amazing. It does what it suppose to do. It's fast and smooth.
The optical sensor is simply amazing. Smooth 1:1 movement.
Lift pads on the bottom are sharp and kind of hinders smooth movement.
The switches on the mouse seems a lot hard for me to press to register a input. Reminds me of having blue mechanical switches on a mouse.
Updating firmware was bit confusing, but do-able.
It's a good mouse if it's your first. The switches on the mouse clicks remind me of my Rival 300 mouses. I like fast response, light clicks. I've found that in my Zowie mouse EC1-A. I hate the fact that lift off pads on the bottom of the mouse are 4 pieces that are on each corner of the mouse and are sharp. That's probably my biggest turn off and the preference of the mouse switches that I prefer.
-Very snappy sensor. Seems faster than other 336x mice. Some alternatives on the market have smoothing and delays, none here on the scream.
-Snappy clicks. Click registration is the fastest on the scream one according to finalmouse. And this was tested by individuals who have done a click comparison test on forums like overclock.net . I have definitely noticed a difference.
-Side buttons and main left and right clicks feel really good. Best clicks ive felt
-The rubber surface is very grippy
-Safe shape that should be comfortable for a wide variety of ppl
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.