Originally Posted by RonindeBeatrice
No, it's entirely comparable. I discern no foul play on the part of my G5 SE. It is with rubber domes, as it is crazy sensors, if you're accustomed to working with the tool, don't throw it out because somebody tells you that your sear's special isn't made of unobtainium.
It seems like many of you seemingly game with pro ambitions, otherwise I can't reconcile why you'd spend such a great deal of time digging up history's only non-crap mouse.
It's all: copper free wire, solid Japanese capacitor, week after the full moon batch, 1 degree cooler than the next guy, penis strangling.
In the end, their are a few mouse sensors with GLARING issues (I'm looking at you, Philips Twineye) but most of the rest of them are all right.
The EC series have prediction, but I honestly do not think it hurts me while gaming. I don't really notice it unless I'm looking for it and there are situations in which I believe it could actually be a good thing.
The Xai's positive acceleration is so tiny that I have to swipe it across both of my monitors and move it slowly back just to see about a centimeter of difference between two movements of equal length.
The Abyssus gets a lot of flak for high LOD. The one that I'm using has no more than 2 CD's on the Puretrak Talent. It's higher than my EC2, but no worse than the Xai or G9x and definitely better than my DA 3G.
These problems get exaggerated a lot, and every mouse has one or more of them. The real question is whether you can use them and feel like the flaw in question is really screwing you over.