Dream Machines DM1 FPS Gaming Mouse Review (Page 2)

| Jun 5, 2019 at 7:13 pm CDT
Rating: 97%Manufacturer: Dream Machines

Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation


Our Dream Machines DM1 FPS Noir comes in a white box, with black printing on top. Nothing flashy to try to hype up the product, just a life-sized drawing of the view from above the mouse.

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On the right side of the box, we see the right side of the DM1 FPS. Nothing more than that, not even the product name, or a company logo is present.

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The back, or in this instance, the bottom of the box, is again a rendering of the mouse, this time looking up at the underside of it. We do see mentions of the main Huano switches, the use of the PixArt PMW3389 optical sensor along with the 12,000 DPI maximum. All we are then left with is the fact that Dream Machines works with TEST-GEAR.PL when it comes to design.

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All we have remaining is the left side of the box, where you guessed it, we get to see a rendering of what the left side of the mouse looks like, as well as where the pair of side buttons are positioned.

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Using a plastic cover to protect the finish on the top of the DM1 FPS in conjunction with the soft open-celled foam surrounding it, Dream Machines ensures that their mice will arrive in excellent condition, just like ours. They even go as far as to cover the USB connector, as not to do any damage in transit.

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Along with the DM1 FPS, there is a guide for the mouse, which shows how to connect it, where to get the software, and the terms of the warranty. Sitting next to the guide is something we wish every mouse maker would send with their mice, and extra set of feet. In this instance, there are three PTFE feet, which can be easily swapped out when the original feet wear out over time.

Last updated: Sep 24, 2019 at 12:29 am CDT


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