Dream Machines is not a well known brand but do have a line of computer equipment including the newly released DM1 Pro gaming mouse. The mouse uses a Pmw3310dh optical sensor with DPI ranging from 400 to 5000 and indicates your current setting in a unique way, the colour displayed by the LED indicates the current sensitivity. There are six buttons present, including the sensitivity toggle, with thumb buttons positioned for right handed users. Kitguru liked the mouse but were disappointed by the complete lack of software to customize the mouse, take a peek and see what you think.
"The latest mouse to come in for review is the Dream Machines DM1 Pro. A Polish company, you would be forgiven for not having heard of them. However, they supply laptops, speakers and mice so we were pleased to be sent the DM1 Pro mouse. Priced at £39 in the UK, it sports an ambidextrous design and optical sensor – but how does it fare in the real world?"
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Eugh, matte rubber gets so
Eugh, matte rubber gets so dingy and washing it just wears it away. As for lack of software, I think at this point that sort of stuff should be more generic, and there’s plenty of programs out there for binding macros to input events.
Lack of software is a
Lack of software is a feature. It’s one big reason I buy Zowie mice. Both logitech and razer have absolutely horrid mouse software, with endless issues.
I completely agree, the lack
I completely agree, the lack of software is the second reason why I bought the DM1 PRO S (the first being pmw3360).
I understand that some however might like a small piece of software that allows the user to pick the DPI levels and the associated colors, which saves the settings TO the mouse for future non-software use.
The “DM1 PRO S” comes with
The “DM1 PRO S” comes with the PMW3360 optical sensor and comes in matte and glossy. https://www.dreammachines.io/products/dm1-pro-s-optical-gaming-mouse-3360-sensor
Check this out “Dream Machines DM1 Pro S Review (Comparison with DM1 Pro)