The Kana also has some jitter on anything above 800 I think.
Its interpolated dpi so the accuracy is pretty weak, it may look like jitter but its simply a bad setting. Its fine for windows and i dont know games where you would really need more then 800dpi so thats not an issue.
the Kana just doesn't seem as accurate.
Probably its because you are used to the AM sensor, i think its as accurate as all the other mice, the only downside is the prediction and the switches.
I'm having weird problem with my Kana. When I move my mouse in game (CS 1.6) my screen starts to vibrate. And it only happen now and then but it's annoying as hell. I'm currently on newest firmware 800 dpi, 500 hz, 120hz monitor and win 7. It's weird that the vibration isn't there if I change my mouse to Krait or Kinzu v2 Pro. Can anyone help? Cheers.
There's something about the lift off. When I press hard my mouse against mousepad (Steelseries NP+) and do a 180 spin it's okey. But when I lift mouse a bit and do the same turn the screen starts to vibrate.
If there's someone who has Kana and same way of lifting mouse I would be pleased to get help I just want to if it's a feature of this mouse or do I just have a faulty item. I have never encountered this kind of and I have tested a lot of mice (EC2, Kinzu v2 Pro, Krait, Deathadder, G1, 3.0). I'll do some more testing when I go to LAN.
After 14 months my Kana got it's first problems. When scrolling down, it sometimes randomly jumps up and when I press and hold the right mouse button I still can do clicks without the actual clicking sound/bump...
anyone with similiar problems?
edit: okay, my kana is working fine again. there was a small hair of my cat in the wheel which caused the jumping bug and i replaced the TTC switches with Omron d2fc-f-7n of my old MX510 Edited by Mizmo - 2/24/13 at 7:50pm