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post #21 of 38
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At the very least having both sensors should at least let users choose which one they want to use. Razer's optical sensor has been one of the best sensors on the market for years now, and I'm sure there would be a ton of people who would want the Mamba or Imperator's form factor and features.
Using one or the other is not really how my understanding of dual sensors work, nor does it make the most sense. The whole point of having 2 is two use them in conjunction to allow taking multiple measurements of the surface location and combine them into one average location, thereby improving the accuracy of the true location and eliminating jitter issues.

I am curious though which laser and optical sensor they are going with on this one.
post #22 of 38
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I am curious though which laser and optical sensor they are going with on this one.
Twin-Eye is confirmed, the optical one will be most certainly from Avago (S3888 would make sense).
post #23 of 38
Just tested it at E3. It has the S3888 and Philips twin eye. The optical sensor is used only for LOD (Turning on and off the sensor when lifted) and the Z-axis issue is still present. The LOD was absolutely incredible though.

Unlike the Medusa, you do not have the option to switch to optical tracking.
post #24 of 38
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the Z-axis issue is still present.
Just like your CM storm Sentinel!!!!!

Thanks for sharing your experience with it. I contacted Razer about the Z-axis and they basically told me "PEBKAC" you shouldn't need to lift the Imperator because it has FIFTY SIX HUNDRED DEE PEE EYE. Why fix it if its just PEBKAC?
post #25 of 38
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Originally Posted by bojinglebells View Post
At the very least having both sensors should at least let users choose which one they want to use. Razer's optical sensor has been one of the best sensors on the market for years now, and I'm sure there would be a ton of people who would want the Mamba or Imperator's form factor and features.

The DeathAdder has been a great minimalist palm mouse, but for those who want that form factor but also has onboard memory for storing configuration profiles or DPI buttons (and in the case of the Mamba, wireless) have been SOL.

Heck, its a major reason why I don't give my DeathAdder Black a legitimate chance to become my main mouse (aside from the fact that I prefer finger grip). I primarily play BC2 and love using a DPI button to increase my mouse speed for turrets or shooting at Huey's with the auto snipers. I also have a couple different computers I might switch to and from and thus having on-board memory in order to avoid software installs is also something that turns me off to the DA.
Just curious, what is your main mouse?
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post #26 of 38
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Just tested it at E3. It has the S3888 and Philips twin eye. The optical sensor is used only for LOD (Turning on and off the sensor when lifted) and the Z-axis issue is still present. The LOD was absolutely incredible though.

Unlike the Medusa, you do not have the option to switch to optical tracking.
Somehow I expected it to work that way.
post #27 of 38
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Just tested it at E3. It has the S3888 and Philips twin eye. The optical sensor is used only for LOD (Turning on and off the sensor when lifted) and the Z-axis issue is still present. The LOD was absolutely incredible though.

Unlike the Medusa, you do not have the option to switch to optical tracking.

lol.

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Just like your CM storm Sentinel!!!!!

Thanks for sharing your experience with it. I contacted Razer about the Z-axis and they basically told me "PEBKAC" you shouldn't need to lift the Imperator because it has FIFTY SIX HUNDRED DEE PEE EYE. Why fix it if its just PEBKAC?

The sad thing is.. Twin eye mice with LED's all over the place will probably continue to sell better than Deathadder's and the newer CM spawn.
post #28 of 38
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Just like your CM storm Sentinel!!!!!

Thanks for sharing your experience with it. I contacted Razer about the Z-axis and they basically told me "PEBKAC" you shouldn't need to lift the Imperator because it has FIFTY SIX HUNDRED DEE PEE EYE. Why fix it if its just PEBKAC?
lol
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post #29 of 38
Does the RAzer imperator 4G work on glass?
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Just tested it at E3. It has the S3888 and Philips twin eye. The optical sensor is used only for LOD (Turning on and off the sensor when lifted) and the Z-axis issue is still present. The LOD was absolutely incredible though.

Unlike the Medusa, you do not have the option to switch to optical tracking.
dissemble the mouse, take out the twin eye crap and you have a good mouse ? It just shows that razer is more focused on getting high dpi on their mice because the average gamer think that dpi is the thing to measure the mouse performance on




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Does the RAzer imperator 4G work on glass?
Look at the mamba it should perform very similar to that




Edited by HaiiYaa - 7/30/11 at 11:39am
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