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thanks guys for those corrections and suggestions. Well that's a bummer, it seems the g500 has many other intricacies that i do not know of.

I actually like the g500 because it has dedicated buttons for changing dpi, while having a few extra buttons. I was hoping that in getting a da:be, i can just bind "change dpi" on its side buttons. Problem is, i've read in the DA:BE thread here at ocn that there is a delay before the dpi changes if I use dpi binding on it. It kinda misses the point if that's the case, because I was hoping i could use it in real time action.

Could you guys enlighten me how much the acceleration of the g500 affect your game? Because if it's just something that someone can practically overcome through familiarity of the mouse, then i'd stick with the g500.

Or maybe i can minimize it if not eliminate through some preferred mouse pad? I usually use my mouse straight on my computer desk, which is just some form of laminated wood, i'm wondering if it'd suffice.
These guys overate these things, do you like the g500? buy it. I know you want the best thing outhere, but mice all have their compromise. I personally have only have razer mouses(imperator, lachesis and DA:BE ), but would buy a G500 with no problem...You have to know what you want from a mouse.

1. What is your grip style
2. What is you sensitivity
3. Do you like large or small mouses
4. Do you want the ultimate tracking above other things?
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haha you know what, i think you're right. I'm actually using a cheap china-made generic mouse (bought at roughly $2.50) at the moment and not that i'm bragging, i seem to do fine in most of my games. Lately i'm thinking of investing on a good gaming mouse because many suggested that it can bring not only comfort, but the off-chance that it might also improve my game further.

I'm probably getting paranoid with the intricacies of all the mouse options out there because i'm worried that I might not get my money's worth.

Anyway, I think i'll just check some youtube reviews of a g500, da:be, and a naos 3200 tomorrow and buy the one that I think will impress me.
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Btw, what mouse do you use czerro?
I moved from an IE3.0 to a g500 at the end of May. I really gave it a good shot, but my two major gripes are: 1.) It is NOT a palmer regardless of what people and professional reviewers claim. It is very tiny and does not fill an average hand. 2.) It tracks wierd, which I have referenced in another thread. While the avago 9500 apparently has some weird tracking characteristics, I think the forward placement of the sensor on the g500 (to make room for the slick weighting system) exacerbates the situation.

Within the last 2 or 3 weeks I moved to a mionix naos 5000. It is a true palmer and made out of a unique and high quality material. It uses the same avago 9500 sensor but does not track oddly like the g500. My guess is that this is due to the sensor being positioned in a 'normal' more centered orientation.

I am eventually going to get a Zowie EC1 which I am pretty confident will act like a more accurate IE3.0. I wanted to hold off and try some other form-factors and laser mice in general as I am probably not going to transition again in a long time. I'm pretty happy with the Naos 5000 though and it's a pretty high grade device. I would have purchased these all at once and reviewed them side-by-side, but you really need time to judge these things and get used to the characteristics. Also, my GF would kill me if 4 mice were delivered at once (not to mention my Artisan Hiens are on the way, when I just got this puretrak talent...).
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i see, i got you're point, thanks man. i guess that brings me down to choosing between g500 and DA for now.
AFAIK the G500 and Kone are using the same bad sensor.
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... and that goes for just about any argument about jitter, prediction, and etc on any modern "gaming" intended mouse. If you don't notice these things, you would probably also benefit from sobering up.
My Xai apparently has some sort of positive or negative acceleration. I have yet to notice anything in that regard after using it for almost a year now.
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