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Never used that pad, but I'll try to get ahold of one for testing purposes ^^
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Originally Posted by daav1d View Post

I know at least Sensei MLG uses Avago 9800 and that mouse suffers from huge input lag. Not a problem with the Standard Sensei or RAW which uses Avago 9500. I don't know how other mice with Avago 9800 works.

Correct but only the Sensei MLG has that problem right now. G500s, Taipan, and M65/95 all have the new firmware update from Pixart baked in to get rid of the lag but SteelSeries doesn't seem to care.
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Philips twin eye (Yes, optical) and many alternative Avago/Pixart/ST variants would also qualify regardless of rating.

I'm just trying to prevent this silly generalization of " laser = acceleration". Not specifically referring to highest possible tracking speed.

Modern releases/revisions all do fairly well in regards.
Phillips Twin Eye is optical? I thought the doppler shift method of tracking put it in its own class. I don't recommend that one because I've heard a lot of reports of failure.

It's basically become optical means ADNS-3090 and laser means ADNS-9500 these days. It's pretty unfortunate for anyone manufacturing a mouse with some alternative laser illuminated sensor.
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I talked with Razer and they won't switch my mouse for another one, so my plan is to try and sell it, and get a new mouse. What would you guys recommend that isn't necessarily gaming oriented but still has nice tracking and sliding? I'd like:
1) good tracking, smooth gliding and clicking
2)medium size (my naga is just right), right hand ergonomic
3) this would be a plus but I miss the inertia scrolling of Apple's Mouse. This also worked with a Microsoft Explorer, so I assume it works with other touch Microsoft mice, and possibly Logitech.
4) some extra buttons wouldn't hurt

Three and four are optional and I wouldn't pay more than 10 to 20 more for each
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Originally Posted by adriangb View Post

I talked with Razer and they won't switch my mouse for another one, so my plan is to try and sell it, and get a new mouse. What would you guys recommend that isn't necessarily gaming oriented but still has nice tracking and sliding? I'd like:
1) good tracking, smooth gliding and clicking
2)medium size (my naga is just right), right hand ergonomic
3) this would be a plus but I miss the inertia scrolling of Apple's Mouse. This also worked with a Microsoft Explorer, so I assume it works with other touch Microsoft mice, and possibly Logitech.
4) some extra buttons wouldn't hurt

Three and four are optional and I wouldn't pay more than 10 to 20 more for each

Zowie EC1 EVO, SteelSeries Rival, Mionix NAOS 7000, and Logitech G400/G400s are all right handed opticals. I think the Rival and NAOS 7000 would be the highest performing since they offer the a new gen optical sensor whereas the EC1 EVO and G400s (especially the latter) have tried and true 1:1 tracking. I assume you don't want Razer again so I omitted the DA 2013 which I've tested and had no problems with. I'm sure the unreliability is still an issue with Razer mice though, not surprisingly.
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Hey guys any1 mind recommending me a mouse? for BF4, dota2. Im trying to avoid razer as i've had a DA and i dont feel comfortable with it ( my hands feel tired after using it) even tho my hands fit perfectly to the DA.

Im thinking of SS Sensei, how's the sensei ? im worried bout the metal coating and the tracking issues. Tried the RAW rubberised, it feels cheap.. the DA be is better than the RAW rubberised in terms of the quality of the rubber
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Originally Posted by adriangb View Post

I talked with Razer and they won't switch my mouse for another one, so my plan is to try and sell it, and get a new mouse. What would you guys recommend that isn't necessarily gaming oriented but still has nice tracking and sliding? I'd like:
1) good tracking, smooth gliding and clicking
2)medium size (my naga is just right), right hand ergonomic
3) this would be a plus but I miss the inertia scrolling of Apple's Mouse. This also worked with a Microsoft Explorer, so I assume it works with other touch Microsoft mice, and possibly Logitech.
4) some extra buttons wouldn't hurt

Three and four are optional and I wouldn't pay more than 10 to 20 more for each
I just got my G602 at the start of last month (or the month before, the weeks meld into eachother). I cannot recommend this mouse enough. Its fantastic. Excellent tracking from its optical sensor, 6 buttons, right hand ergonomics, huge battery life (I game quite often with mine and the battery level hasnt gone below 85% yet after nearing on a month and a half). Great build quality and had Logitech's warranty which is fantastic.
You could also try the G600, that should be right up your alley if you liked the Naga and all its buttons.
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Originally Posted by jtjoetan View Post

Hey guys any1 mind recommending me a mouse? for BF4, dota2. Im trying to avoid razer as i've had a DA and i dont feel comfortable with it ( my hands feel tired after using it) even tho my hands fit perfectly to the DA.

Im thinking of SS Sensei, how's the sensei ? im worried bout the metal coating and the tracking issues. Tried the RAW rubberised, it feels cheap.. the DA be is better than the RAW rubberised in terms of the quality of the rubber
The G400 is almost identical to the DA in terms of the sensor, and has more of a natural shape to grip.
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

The G400 is almost identical to the DA in terms of the sensor, and has more of a natural shape to grip.

I tried the g400 i didnt really like it..

any more suggestions guys?
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I tried the g400 i didnt really like it..

any more suggestions guys?

The Zowie EC Evo and Roccat Savu are also good options.
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