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post #21 of 27
only thing i dont like about the Deathadder is that the side buttons are awkward to reach. i feel like i have to stop doing everything else with the mouse every time i want to use them.
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post #22 of 27
i heard the zowie mico is a great claw mouse
post #23 of 27
What's claw?
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post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by l1o2l View Post
What's claw?
It's in between a fingertip and a palm grip.
post #25 of 27
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post
I believe he is referring to the mediocre perfect control speed that I complained about in my review which F u r u y á proved in his excellent review here: http://www.overclock.net/mice/110555...s-abyssus.html



Raising the DPI and polling rate lowers the perfect control speed. The 800DPI step is faulty so I didn't include it.

Even though its lower than other mice its still likely more than most people need (@1800DPI) so it could still be a great choice for you.
Ah, excellent response - thanks.

The mouse I felt comfortable with (speed wise, its shape often gave me cramp) was the MX510 (800 DPI?) at Q3 sensitivity 5. However my current "mouse" (Magic) is apparently 1300 DPI, which I pay with Q3 sensitivity 1. 360 degrees for me is ~12 inches or so. I probably won't raise the polling rate by much unless necessary (slightly trickier to do on a Mac, although supposedly Lion fixes many of the problems associated with mice in OS X so we'll see). Is 800 really that bugged?
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Is 800 really that bugged?
Many experienced jitter at the 800DPI step including myself and F u r u y á.

CM has stated that the sensor was made to use the 1800 and 3500DPI steps and that the 800DPI step was an attempt by Coolermaster to provide a lower setting.
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Many experienced jitter at the 800DPI step including myself and F u r u y á.

CM has stated that the sensor was made to use the 1800 and 3500DPI steps and that the 800DPI step was an attempt by Coolermaster to provide a lower setting.
As usual a wealth of information, much appreciated - thanks :-)
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