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Just make sure if you do this that you get regular tape with teflon surface and not the teflon tape impregnated with fiberglass, etc.

One goes on mice, cabinet drawers etc.... the other is for heat-sealing plumbing apparently. tongue.gif

Oh crap. I bought some from a hardware store. biggrin.gif I thought they are just the same.
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Oh crap. I bought some from a hardware store. biggrin.gif I thought they are just the same.

It MIGHT work but I haven't tried it so I wouldn't put any confidence in that kind.
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How could a wireless laser mouse be better than Deathadder for gaming? If you don't play serious at all maybe you don't mind but personally I wouldn't even use a wireless for games like LoL.
Because skilled players dont have a problem with extremely minor lag. Personally I dont even notice a difference between my G700 and my Cyborg MMO 7 and my Logitech G500. All feels the same to me (in that respect).
Whats better for gaming is subject to the user. It doesnt matter about performance or polling rate or anything like that. If you are used to a certain mouse, you will be better with it then almost anything else.
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Because skilled players dont have a problem with extremely minor lag. Personally I dont even notice a difference between my G700 and my Cyborg MMO 7 and my Logitech G500. All feels the same to me (in that respect).
Whats better for gaming is subject to the user. It doesnt matter about performance or polling rate or anything like that. If you are used to a certain mouse, you will be better with it then almost anything else.

Not going to disagree that you should just play with what you like and feel comfortable with, but those mice you listed all share the same "flaw" when compared to the Deathadder. So theoretically the DA is superior in terms of raw sensor performance.
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Not going to disagree that you should just play with what you like and feel comfortable with, but those mice you listed all share the same "flaw" when compared to the Deathadder. So theoretically the DA is superior in terms of raw sensor performance.
And that flaw is? (apart from the MMO 7, that sensor keeps crapping out on me)
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And that flaw is? (apart from the MMO 7, that sensor keeps crapping out on me)
Well, the G700 and G500 have the nonlinear acceleration issue.

The MMO-7 and all the RAT mice have the Z-axis bug as well as just general bad reliability. It's a different sensor than the G700 and G500, though.
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Well, the G700 and G500 have the nonlinear acceleration issue.

The MMO-7 and all the RAT mice have the Z-axis bug as well as just general bad reliability. It's a different sensor than the G700 and G500, though.
Ive never heard of that, what does it mean?
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It means that your mouse's DPI changes by +/- 5% depending on how fast you move it. Like, if your mouse is set to 800 DPI, it's not actually always at 800 DPI, but at different values between 760 and 840 DPI depending on how fast you move it.
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It means that your mouse's DPI changes by +/- 5% depending on how fast you move it. Like, if your mouse is set to 800 DPI, it's not actually always at 800 DPI, but at different values between 760 and 840 DPI depending on how fast you move it.
Oh that what that is. I love that feature.
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Ive never heard of that, what does it mean?
you get up to 5% positive or negative acceleration in a wavy curve. I think esreality has graphs of the weird acceleration curves.
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