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Originally Posted by Skylit;15096273 
I guess it's preference since I don't really have issues after bumping my sensitivity a bit, but the keyword here is "I" biggrin.gif

If you're talking about quake, I can also use controlled acceleration, although I find the Avago 9500 to be inconsistent like glockateer has stated. That doesn't mean I can't do good with a mouse like the Xai/Sensei, but I feel that my skill wall increases with mice that offer solid linear tracking and have good shapes. Of course, that's just me.

I'll actually be giving the Sensei an extended trial period as I was too hastily with the Xai before selling it off.

Have you recieved it yet? Im curious what you think.
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Ps. I´d be very curious to see if the arm processor can even up the mouserate at 1k hz. Care to check it with mousemovementrecorder?
post #93 of 176
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Originally Posted by Conditioned;15098176 
Have you recieved it yet? Im curious what you think.

Not yet. Kim was waiting for stock.
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Originally Posted by Conditioned;15135603 
Ps. I´d be very curious to see if the arm processor can even up the mouserate at 1k hz. Care to check it with mousemovementrecorder?

It does seem to do a very stable 1000hz averaging 980-990hz
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I already knew the perfect control speed was high but WOW this is the highest amount I managed to get out of any mouse.

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post #96 of 176
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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa;15146364 
I already knew the perfect control speed was high but WOW this is the highest amount I managed to get out of any mouse.

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Uhh, it's really easy using that test to have bogus results.

Like if the real dpi's are off from what the program thinks, the speeds will be really whacky.

Example: Roccat Kone. Not the +, the original. Perfect control of 3m/s.

On a side note, if you did everything right, how did you move the mouse at 5m/s?

Its nearly impossible for a human to reach such speeds..
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It does seem to do a very stable 1000hz averaging 980-990hz

Thanks. Mind putting up a log from mousemovement recorder? Hopefully someonen can do the same with a xai.
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On a side note, if you did everything right, how did you move the mouse at 5m/s?

Its nearly impossible for a human to reach such speeds..

It's nowhere near impossible, it is actually very-very easy to reach. Aiming precisely at that speed is nearly impossible, but to just whip your arm at that speed is nothing impressive.

If you check baseball players, they can throw the ball at 46 m/s (that's the record, but every decent player can do 80-90% of that). There are additional movement, but most of the speed comes from arm and hand movement, and it clearly shows, that 5 m/s is nothing exciting.
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post #99 of 176
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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa;15146364 
I already knew the perfect control speed was high but WOW this is the highest amount I managed to get out of any mouse.
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Originally Posted by 2shellbonus;15147613 
On a side note, if you did everything right, how did you move the mouse at 5m/s?

Its nearly impossible for a human to reach such speeds..
I don't have a problem to reach that speed with my Xai.

+ what Zwiebi wrote
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yep xai easily does 5+ m/s smile.gif
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