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post #51 of 67
Hahaha, that's some garish color thumb.gif

Maybe you should ask Roccat about it.
post #52 of 67
it certainly is...i've only been using it 1 day but i'm starting to quite like it haha

I think I will, for peace of mind, however the work filter blocks Roccat's site, so have to do it later!
post #53 of 67
you could paint a little tree and a greenpeace logo on it biggrin.gif
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post #54 of 67
How's the sensor compared to the DA 3.5G's? I'm really liking the shape and size of the Pyra.
post #55 of 67
Hey guys, first of all thanks for all the wasted hours I've spent reading this amazing forum in the last couple of months biggrin.gif, making me far more informed about this whole technical side that I used to be. Anyway, so I figured since I recently did a review of this mouse somewhere else that I'd post my data from there to get some input as to figure out what it means as I'm still pretty new to this stuff. Anyway here's the data I collected from my Pyra (wired) on a qck, the 3 cpi settings, and 6/11.

I'm mostly curious about the max counter in enotus (and what it means exactly), and how to interpret the ms paint data. (see below for enotus) ms paint data (Click to show)
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from what I can gather there is occasionally a +/- pair that happens from time to time, but most of the time it's 1:1. The second image I tried to get it as bad as I could but have not been able to reproduce that look since my test. mouserate (Click to show)
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LOD on the qck was barely reading at 2 CD's and stopped tracking altogether at 3. I have a crappy hard pad from x-trac and the LOD was exactly the same, just 1 CD less than on the qck (1:2).

Outerspace logger: I don't have a really good idea on how to read this, but I figured I'd at least collect it so that someone with more experience can interpret this better.
Audition info (Click to show)
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Thoughts?
Edited by wo1fwood - 2/17/12 at 5:42am
post #56 of 67

That Green color is hideous. Looks like baby poop.

post #57 of 67
So I decided to open up my Pyra and see if I could somehow disable the constant LED throbbing that always bothers me in gaming mice. Anyway, in doing so I was able to confirm that the Pyra does use the PAW3305DK-H sensor, and Omron D2FC-F-7N Switches. The side buttons are also Omron switches, though I couldn't find the text, perhaps it was hidden, perhaps it wasn't on the switch, either way I was a little leery about trying to remove the switch to get a better look at it. Below are a few photos of the inside that I took:

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post #58 of 67
It occurs to me that they probably had to move the sensor to the left in order to make space in the center for the pulsing LED biggrin.gif Not that the sensor position bothers me much now that I've tried this mouse. Only it seems like the wrong order of priorities (should be, functionality first, looks second IMHO).
post #59 of 67
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Originally Posted by chadrew View Post

It occurs to me that they probably had to move the sensor to the left in order to make space in the center for the pulsing LED biggrin.gif Not that the sensor position bothers me much now that I've tried this mouse. Only it seems like the wrong order of priorities (should be, functionality first, looks second IMHO).

Actually in the wireless version the battery takes up the right side of the mouse, I'm assuming they wanted to keep the same manufacturing process for reduced costs so that's why both are on the left.

I also missed a closeup img from earlier:

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Edit:
also just changed enotus to cover all cpi tracking speeds (below)

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Edited by wo1fwood - 2/17/12 at 5:41am
post #60 of 67
Based on the pictures, the word ROCCAT is engraved on the right click of the mouse, do you guys feel difference when you rest your middle finger as opposed to the index?
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