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post #111 of 176
Xai jitters on cloth at higher CPI settings (~1600 and above), on cloth perfect control speed is even lower than Spawn. Worse thing it's inconsistent, I do not mean slight acceleration, it's minor and hardly noticeable. When sensor picks up dust speed changes chaotically. This happens every now and then, sometimes movement become slower, sometimes faster. When speed change is big you'll notice it instantly but it can be minor. For me it's unacceptable.
post #112 of 176
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Originally Posted by Neo_rtr;15037307 
http://www.overclock.net/15027307-post49.html


Here is my problem. basically if i create 2 profiles the cursor will lag between open windows / applications

i have exactly the same problem...

any fix???
post #113 of 176
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Originally Posted by sh1ng0;15245918 
i have exactly the same problem...

any fix???
It should be fixed in the new drivers. Make sure you have the latest version of the drivers.
post #114 of 176
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Originally Posted by Skar;15209508 
i am dissapointed by the painting.
several edges are sharp and ugly.

I agree, the edges are a mess.

I ordered mine this morning, hopefully I'll have better luck.
I'll post pictures of the mouse and any problems I come across.
post #115 of 176
Finally got my shipped e-mail from SteelSeries. Should be here Wednesday.

How are you guys liking the Sensei so far?
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post #116 of 176
I really enjoy mine. I thought it was going to be too big for my hands because they are somewhat small. I tend to use a hybrid of claw grip, fingertip grip, and palm grip. and this mouse really fits all of those quite nicely. the edges of my mouse seem to be pretty nice. I guess Im lucky compared to the few pictures I have seen where they are not up to par. So far Im really happy with it.

one thing I would like to see... Is steelseries has that "make it yours" creator on their website. I would like the option to save and open things I have been working on. Sucks not being able to go back and insert something you wanted to without drawing the whole thing over again
post #117 of 176
Its nice to here they have corrected all the problems which Xai has.
Only minor acceleration but they cant do much because its a sensor problem.
Overall good mouse as I read this forum.
Will buy when its cheap enough cool.gif
post #118 of 176
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Originally Posted by toopz;15260860 
Its nice to here they have corrected all the problems which Xai has.
Only minor acceleration but they cant do much because its a sensor problem.
Overall good mouse as I read this forum.
Will buy when its cheap enough cool.gif

Which problem does the Xai have that were fixed with Sensei?

My conclusion from this thread and many other forums is: it's a new Xai with different coating that may have QC problems. Nothing new here but the steep price.
post #119 of 176
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Originally Posted by detto87;15264363 
Which problem does the Xai have that were fixed with Sensei?

My conclusion from this thread and many other forums is: it's a new Xai with different coating that may have QC problems. Nothing new here but the steep price.

Annoying jitter and inconsistency in tracking has corrected I think.
Xai firmware was also very buggy. buttkick.gif
post #120 of 176
It's the exact same sensor and it has the exact same tracking flaws on specific pads/mats.

Sensei firmware is bug free? That would be one pro argument.
Though IIRC in this very thread ppl already mentioned some odd behaviours with it (again). But…I'm not quite sure so take that with a grain of salt.
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