In all honestly, we cannot tell any difference between the PMW3310 and the PMW 3360 when playing DOOM, as there is no way for us to have the same amount of control, had we tried to implement the 12,000 DPI which the DM1 Pro S offers. All of our movements were crisp and direct, we felt no lag to our movements, and every button press is recorded and implemented to get us through to the next level with ease.
While some may want to remap as a feature to set things up in a customized fashion, we found no issues using the DM1 Pro for FPS gaming. It fits the hand well, is easily lifted, and even after many hours of use and sweaty hands, we never lost our grip on this light design.
Even when it came to playing Overwatch, we were either using the 3600 or 5000 DPI settings for gaming and found it to be fast enough to spin around to get the guys sneaking up behind you, yet accurate enough for sniping from the upper levels of the maps.
Even if you are a twitch mouse user, the DM1 Pro never misses a movement and is well suited for any game. The DM1 Pro is basic; it does not have a ton of buttons or bloated software, but still delivers enough under your right hand to allow you to be competitive. We couldn't ask for more at this price.
Windows and Productivity
This is where we like the size and limited weight of the DM1 Pro the most. Since most of our time at the desk has us scrolling through Word documents, swapping images, and things of that nature, there is no long term wear on your hand or arm. The accuracy is also quite good in any of the DPI settings and made image editing easy and fast. No wandering cursor from predictive movement, the sensor tracked exactly where we wanted it to go, no more, no less.
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