Sharkoon Skiller SGM1 RGB Gaming Mouse

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Sharkoon expands their lineup of the new Skiller series and introduces an optical gaming mouse: The Sharkoon SKILLER SGM1 Gaming Mouse, with an optical PixArt PMW3336 sensor with up to 10,800 DPI. Fiv...

    Sharkoon Skiller SGM1 RGB Gaming Mouse
     
  2. The Goose

    The Goose Ancient Guru

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    Looks like a Corsair mouse
     
  3. Lane

    Lane Ancient Guru

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    Remind me more the Logitech G502 Proteus : Even if the overall design have slighty changes.

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    at least when viewed from the top .

    Now looking at the difference on price, if the performance are good, why not, honestly, im not quite sure about sharkoon quality.
     
    Last edited: Sep 15, 2016
  4. EJocys

    EJocys Member Guru

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    Nothing comes even close to Logitech G700s.

    - Ergonomic grip with sculpted buttons.
    - Thumb rest.
    - 4-Way dual-mode mouse wheel (scroll up/down + left/right/down buttons).
    - Wireless mode up to 1000Hz.
    - Mouse can be used in wired mode.
    - Standard AA rechargeable battery.
    - Can charge the battery.
    - 13 fully programmable buttons.
    - Ability to create complex scripts.
    - Profile indicator.

    Logitech could release G702 and add these improvements:

    - Add one extra button to match with gaming controllers, maybe in the form POV (replace 3 top left buttons), or extra button on top right, or as a thumb/slider stick. There is a place for the button on the thumb rest too.
    - Faster and easier battery replacement mechanism with one push to "pop it out" or "lock it in".
    - Logitech could sell small USB Charger with 2x AA Batteries as a separate add-on to the mouse. It would allow to forget about cable and allow to change battery in 2-3 seconds during the games.
    - Inside the mouse, use standard 14-pin connector, instead of soldering two boards together. This would make repair of main buttons (OMRON D2FC-F-7N(20M) Micro Switch) easy and possible.
     
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