Originally Posted by RayzTheRoof
I hate my Deathadder because of the delay for using the sensitivty clutch. Too slow for practical gaming uses for me
Perhaps I'm just being pedantic and old fashioned here, but I've never understood the desire for "on the fly" DPI adjustment. pretty much every game worth the time it takes to install it has in game sensitivity settings that are adjustable independently for each scenario that you would want adjustments for (zoomed aim, normal aim, ground vehicle movement, vehicle mounted and stationary turret aim, aircraft movement, etc).
Does it not make more sense to properly configure those settings once, rather than fiddle with a dpi button every time you change scenarios and pray you got the right one, and that your mouse's native steps line up nicely with each scenario?
As for switching DPI levels while in a single scenario (ex: switching from one dpi to another while running around with a pistol both times), how can that really help? I've never once said to myself "gee, I need to turn a sharp corner with this shotgun, I should switch to a really high dpi right before I turn and then reduce it back down to something really low as soon as I make the turn so that I can accurately aim at the guy on the other side". I just move my mouse quickly when turning the corner and slower when aiming. Much more consistent, less buttons to press, more focus on what actually needs to get done, and less chance of error.