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Really? I thought all razers had full dpi customisation via the software.

Not that i've bought a razer for 2+ years now the competition is just better on all fronts.



It was designed as a plug and plan lan mouse, but they managed to screw that up in more than 1 way I don't really want to go in detail about.
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It was designed as a plug and plan lan mouse, but they managed to screw that up in more than 1 way I don't really want to go in detail about.
Ewwwww wow thats even worse than I imagined a cheap razer mouse to be : /
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Ewwwww wow thats even worse than I imagined a cheap razer mouse to be : /
Driverless is actually great (I REALLY want more mice like this), but the polling rate options don't appeal to everyone. The thing I didn't want to get into was Razer shipping this mouse with the original glitched S3888 firmware that jitters on most cloth pads. It seems to be "fixed" with some of the latest batches, but certain angles might still cause problems.

The sensor is natively designed for 1800-3500 steps and I guess the 450 CPI option is a solid plus, but the target audience for this mouse probably doesn't even care for the 3500 CPI step. What I'm saying is, 450-900-1800 is more logical
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Driverless is actually great (I REALLY want more mice like this), but the polling rate options don't appeal to everyone. The thing I didn't want to get into was Razer shipping this mouse with the original glitched S3888 firmware that jitters on most cloth pads. It seems to be "fixed" with some of the latest batches, but certain angles might still cause problems.

The sensor is natively designed for 1800-3500 steps and I guess the 450 CPI option is a solid plus, but the target audience for this mouse probably doesn't even care for the 3500 CPI step. What I'm saying is, 450-900-1800 is more logical
I found it funny that razer decided to give the abyssus which is the evolution of the salmosa less features in regards to it actually have a three step polling rate switch for 125hz,500hz and 1000hz. WHY do they do crap like that?
Edited by Derp - 5/24/11 at 3:41am
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I found it funny that razer decided to give the abyssus which is the evolution of the salmosa less features in regards to it actually have a three step polling rate switch for 125hz,500hz and 1000hz. WHY do they do crap like that?
Hmm, although the salmosa only had 2 CPI steps 800-1800.

Could be a PCB issue, but I think it's just Razer being Razer coming so close and then falling short with the minor, but annoying issues.
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Driverless is actually great (I REALLY want more mice like this), but the polling rate options don't appeal to everyone. The thing I didn't want to get into was Razer shipping this mouse with the original glitched S3888 firmware that jitters on most cloth pads. It seems to be "fixed" with some of the latest batches, but certain angles might still cause problems.

The sensor is natively designed for 1800-3500 steps and I guess the 450 CPI option is a solid plus, but the target audience for this mouse probably doesn't even care for the 3500 CPI step. What I'm saying is, 450-900-1800 is more logical
Dont see how in this case driverless is good, mice at least as old as the mx518 have had preloaded on the fly sensitivity with 3 or more preset dpi settings which will just plug and play on any, while still allowing you full customisation Via software if you desired it (saving that profile to the mouse so your custom DPI steppings carry over onto any computer), in fact im pretty sure older razors had that. Having the freedom to choose is in my opinion important.
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