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My silver coating is also starting to say goodbye. Bought this thing in March sadsmiley.gif

I've dipped mine in turpentine twice for a good hour.. Coating wont come off... Wanted to re-paint mine.
post #512 of 682
Okay I've been contemplating on buying a Sensei because my EC2 is breaking and I would like an answer to 3 simple questions:

Do the sensor problems that Xai had with cloth pads persist in Sensei? I've heard contradicting answers about this.
If Sensei performs on cloth pads, is a standard QcK enough or do I need some specific type of cloth pad?
Is there any difference in the sensor performance between Sensei and Sensei [RAW]? Aside from the DPI range of course.

Thanks
Edited by innov - 11/10/12 at 8:45am
post #513 of 682
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Originally Posted by innov View Post

Okay I've been contemplating on buying a Sensei because my EC2 is breaking and I would like an answer to 3 simple questions:
Do the sensor problems that Xai had with cloth pads persist in Sensei? I've heard contradicting answers about this.
If Sensei performs on cloth pads, is a standard QcK enough or do I need some specific type of cloth pad?
Is there any difference in the sensor performance between Sensei and Sensei [RAW]? Aside from the DPI range of course.
Thanks

I've been using the Steel Series 4HD which is a hard mouse pad with my Sensei Fnatic and it's working great. It's a very slim profile on the desk top that doesn't interfere with your wrists. If you need a larger mat area the 9HD is the next size up.

Can't answer your other questions never having used the Xai on a soft pad.

I recently purchased the Fnatic and it's by far my favorite FPS mouse for many reasons. It's stellar performance on a hardware level and aesthetics perfectly matched my new Logitech G710+ mechanical keyboard combo. tongue.gif

Logitech G710+ & SteelSeries Sensei Fnatic Mouse Combo
post #514 of 682
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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post

I've been using the Steel Series 4HD which is a hard mouse pad with my Sensei Fnatic and it's working great. It's a very slim profile on the desk top that doesn't interfere with your wrists. If you need a larger mat area the 9HD is the next size up.
Can't answer your other questions never having used the Xai on a soft pad.

I recently purchased the Fnatic and it's by far my favorite FPS mouse for many reasons. It's stellar performance on a hardware level and aesthetics perfectly matched my new Logitech G710+ mechanical keyboard combo. tongue.gif
I'm sure Sensei does well on a hard pad but I just dig cloth pads too much to make the switch to a hard one, so it's very important for my purchase to know if Sensei has the same problems of being super sensitive to dust in the sensor and negative accel+jitter on cloth pads.
post #515 of 682
Difference between Sensei mice: RAW, Sensei, Fnatic & MLG.

RAW 5,670I CPI
Weight: 90 grams (0.2 lbs)
Height: 38.7 mm (1.5 in)
Width: 68.3 mm (2.7 in)
Length: 125.5 mm (4.9 in)

Onboard profiles: 1

Frames per second: 12000
Inches per second: 150
Mega pixels per second: 10.8
Counts per inch: 90 – 5670
Maximum acceleration: 30 G
Sensor data path: True 16 bit
Lift distance: 2 mm
Maximum polling: 1000 Hz
White LED

Glossy or Rubberized surface

Sensei 11,400 CPI
Weight: 102 grams (0.22 lbs)
Height: 38,7 mm (1.5 in)
Width: 68,3 mm (2.7 in)
Length: 125,5 mm (4.9 in)

Onboard profiles: 5

Frames per second: 12000
Inches per second: 150
Mega pixels per second: 10.8
Counts per inch: 1 to 5,700
Double Counts per inch: 5701 to 11,400
Maximum acceleration: 30 G
Sensor data path: True 16 bit
Lift distance: 1 mm
Maximum polling: 1000 Hz
16.8 Million Colors
On-mouse LCD
32-bit ARM Processor

Metal surface

Fnatic 11,400 CPI
Weight: 102 grams (0.22 lbs)
Height: 38,7 mm (1.5 in)
Width: 68,3 mm (2.7 in)
Length: 125,5 mm (4.9 in)

Onboard profiles: 5

Frames per second: 12000
Inches per second: 150
Mega pixels per second: 10.8
Counts per inch: 1 to 5,700
Double Counts per inch: 5701 to 11,400
Maximum acceleration: 30 G
Sensor data path: True 16 bit
Lift distance: 1 mm
Maximum polling: 1000 Hz
16.8 Million Colors
On-mouse LCD
32-bit ARM Processor

Rubberized / Glossy mixed surface


MLG 16,400 CPI
Weight: 102 grams (0.22 lbs)
Height: 38.7 mm (1.5 in)
Width: 68.3 mm (2.7 in)
Length: 125.5 mm (4.9 in)

Onboard profiles: 5

Frames per second: 12000
Inches per second: 150
Mega pixels per second: 10.8
Counts per inch: 1 – 8200
Double Counts per inch: 8201 – 16400
Maximum acceleration: 30 G
Sensor data path: True 16 bit
Lift distance: 1 mm
Maximum polling: 1000 Hz
16.8 Million Colors
On-mouse LCD
32-bit ARM Processor

post #516 of 682
Negative Accel, no. Positive Accel, yes. Tracking itself is very good.
post #517 of 682
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All have the same 32 bit ARM processor, on-mouse LCD, EXACTTECH Aim, Accel, & Sens features, buttons & macros, 12,000 FPS / 150 in per sec, size, 1000 MHz max polling, max 30G acceleration, True 16 bit data path, and 16.8 million different colors.
All the differences is weight, CPI, # of on-board profiles, and lift distance between the mice.

Not true. The RAW version has no LCD, no ARM processor, no multi-colors (only white LEDs), no DCPI (no 11400cpi), and no on-board memory.
It's 90-5670CPI. Normal Sensei is 1-5700CPI.

http://steelseries.com/products/mice/steelseries-sensei-raw
http://cdn-web.steelseries.com/wp-content/uploads/comparison-chart1.jpg
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Not true. The RAW version has no LCD, no ARM processor, no multi-colors (only white LEDs), no DCPI (no 11400cpi), and no on-board memory.
It's 90-5670CPI. Normal Sensei is 1-5700CPI.
http://steelseries.com/products/mice/steelseries-sensei-raw
http://cdn-web.steelseries.com/wp-content/uploads/comparison-chart1.jpg

WHoops.....edited and corrected.....thank you for catching that. +1 rep.

Copied / pasted wrong info. redface.gif
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If it wasn't for the higher lift distance I think I would bet on a RAW for me.... well, that and no right side buttons... not sure if I'm willing to risk the discomfort. I still don't know why Steelseries doesn't have a mouse with thumb buttons only. sadsmiley.gif
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post #520 of 682
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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post

All have the same EXACTTECH Aim, Accel, & Sens features, buttons & macros, 12,000 FPS / 150 in per sec, size, 1000 MHz max polling, max 30G acceleration, True 16 bit data path.

All the differences is weight, CPI, # of on-board profiles, surface, and lift distance between the mice.

also not true.
the sensei RAW doesn't support this features. they are disabled by default.
at least my steelseries engine doesn't show anykind of those options.
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