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need the MOST precise pad also can i decrease LOD of my g300?

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im curious what the best pad is

dont care about roughness or whatever just what is the most precise pad


im convinced that my mouse problems stem from my pad. its going on 6 months months now and im unable to consistently use any mouse. some days i can use it other days i feel like i have lost all coordination

i use cloth pads and im just thinking the porous material might cause problems idn i just need the best pad there is...



side note if the pad can be rougher aka control or precision i pref that but at this point im just willing to try anything and also i bought a g300 to test the sensor and its great except the LOD is soooo bad so is there any way i can make the LOD better?
Edited by eosgreen - 10/8/11 at 5:07pm
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i use the mionix propus 380, its a harder gaming surface pad, but the sensor rating for the mouse gives it 9 out of 10. tracks perfectly and havnt had any problems with it.

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I have a razer Ironclad.
It is a hard sandblasted mouse pad.
It never has any inconsistency. There is no drag, you can softly flick your mouse and it will
slide over the entire 320MM.
It can be found here.
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I have a razer Ironclad.
It is a hard sandblasted mouse pad.
It never has any inconsistency. There is no drag, you can softly flick your mouse and it will
slide over the entire 320MM.
It can be found here.

the spawn i have wont even track on my hand or table let alone a white surface

now the g100 i have comming might but what exactly is sand blasting doing for the mouse? creating a less imperfect surface
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The mouse emits a laser beam and then the reflected image is received by the CMOS sensor and sent to the DSP (Digital Signal Processor) .. this cycle happens multiple times in a second .The DSP detects patterns and changes in the images and tracks the movement of the mouse and then sends the coordinates to the computer..

a typical laser mouse is 2X or 3X more sensitive than optical mice
laser mice can be used on any surface as laser reflects off anything

Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_does_a_laser_mouse_work#ixzz1aEiLn8uN
The sand blasted surface improves gliding and with a smooth surface and no imperfections along with how the laser/ sensor reacts to the surface.
I have loved the mouse pad and will never go back to a soft pad.
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Originally Posted by Raged-Daniel;15228576 
The sand blasted surface improves gliding and with a smooth surface and no imperfections along with how the laser/ sensor reacts to the surface.
I have loved the mouse pad and will never go back to a soft pad.

yeh see im not worried about the gliding and i think my sensor pref is optical unless i get blown away...

so i just need to to track well and know why
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Originally Posted by eosgreen;15228679 
yeh see im not worried about the gliding and i think my sensor pref is optical unless i get blown away...

Yeah sorry about that... Found the G100 it is an optical mouse.
I don't know how it would fair on the ironclad.

Good luck finding a mouse pad.
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