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post #761 of 6217
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

If you like 1800 DPI or less, then get the G400; if you need more than 1800 DPI, then get the Sensei.
The Sensei has a sensor which has acceleration, while the G400 has none, but the Sensei can do a much higher DPI than the G400.
You really shouldn't need more than 1800 DPI, though.

The G400 can do up to 3600 dpi.
post #762 of 6217
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Originally Posted by thehammer007 View Post

The G400 can do up to 3600 dpi.
As far as I know, the sensor cannot actually do 3600 DPI, it uses interpolation or something to achieve that sensitivity. Whatever it is, it's jittery as hell past 1800 DPI.
post #763 of 6217
I actually noticed I'm more of a claw user than palm user. Would logitech g400 or razer deathadder 3.5G? Also what's the difference between laser, optical vs infrared sensors? And my orginal post with additional info is on page 75. Thanks, looking to buy one by the weekend.
post #764 of 6217
1. What's your grip style?

I'm a intellimouse 3.0 user and i love it. The only cons factor is the scroll bug that i hate.
I use mostly palm grip but i change between moments of gaming.

2. What's your sensitivity?

Very low sensivity! 400dpi

3. What's your maximum budget?

I will give any price for quality. 100-150

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Not a very usefull thing. In my 3.0 i barely use mouse4 and mouse5 but its good sometimes

5. What games do you play?

Only FPS! I've played in a good level CS:SOURCE and now moving to CS:GO

6. Do you mind about prediction?

Ofcource. I'd like a no prediction mouse like 3.0

7. Other relevant information:

LOD very low, driveless will be nice and nothing more. Something like a ie3.0. I'm looking for a new mouse but a i will really go another time for 3.0 if i cant find a good replace.
Edited by luisfaria24 - 11/29/12 at 12:32pm
post #765 of 6217
Quote:
Originally Posted by luisfaria24 View Post

1. What's your grip style?
I'm a intellimouse 3.0 user and i love it. The only cons factor is the scroll bug that i hate.
I use mostly palm grip but i change between moments of gaming.
2. What's your sensitivity?
Very low sensivity! 400dpi

3. What's your maximum budget?
I will give any price for quality. 100-150
4. Do you want additional buttons?
Not a very usefull thing. In my 3.0 i barely use mouse4 and mouse5 but its good sometimes
5. What games do you play?
Only FPS! I've played in a good level CS:SOURCE and now moving to CS:GO
6. Do you mind about prediction?
Ofcource. I'd like a no prediction mouse like 3.0
7. Other relevant information:
LOD very low, driveless will be nice and nothing more. Something like a ie3.0. I'm looking for a new mouse but a i will really go another time for 3.0 if i cant find a good replace.

Personally I recommend the Logitech G400 for palm grip, although the mouse wheel isn't the best.

I also recommend the Zowie EC Evo, as it might be good for palm grip as well.
post #766 of 6217
G400 seems so strange i dont know if im able to adapt to it.
But i will give it a try. If it dont have a scroll bug like 3.0 im fine.

Zowie's have that bug where mouse1 touches mouse2 right?

looking forward to deathadder 2013 if the sensor is good
post #767 of 6217
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Originally Posted by luisfaria24 View Post

G400 seems so strange i dont know if im able to adapt to it.
But i will give it a try. If it dont have a scroll bug like 3.0 im fine.
Zowie's have that bug where mouse1 touches mouse2 right?
looking forward to deathadder 2013 if the sensor is good
I've never had any significant scroll issues with the G400, except for ghost scrolling when I try to click the scroll wheel, but it is rare, and if you press it right, it's impossible to cause the ghost scrolling.

The G400 is a bit strange, but I find that it is the most comfortable of any mouse I have used.

I have no idea about the Zowie EC Evo; I have just heard good reviews of it, and know the kind of sensor it uses, so I assume that it is good.

IMO, avoiding Razer is probably the better option; I have not been satisfied with any of their products.
post #768 of 6217
Thats not a big deal i think smile.gif

I'm looking forward to zowie. But i can't decide until i get in touch with the g400
post #769 of 6217
1. What's your grip style?

Clawy-like. I really like the shape of the xornet/spawn and wmo, the g400 shape just feels off to me. It just isn't nearly as agile, and there's no grip so picking it up is awkward.

2. What's your sensitivity?

Well, my wmo was 400dpi and i used 2.2 in CS:S so about 45cm/360.
The xornet freaks out when I make fast swipes, while the wmo only slowed down a bit.

3. What's your maximum budget?

Give me every option.

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Cool, but not necessary.

5. What games do you play?

Well I play every kind of game, but for shooters I play cs and it's variants mostly.

6. Do you mind about prediction?

I'd rather not have any, but if it's really minor, then maybe that's ok. I could be totally wrong, I've never used a mouse with prediction before
so I might hate it. Shape, lod, and tracking speed are more important.

7. Lift off Distance

I never thought lift off distance mattered, until I got the xornet. With firmware 75 it seems to be about 2mm, which is ok.
Less might be better but I'm alright with it now.

Are there any other good mice that are shaped like the wmo?
Should I just get a lighter colored mousepad?
What about the spawn?
Edited by toekutr - 11/30/12 at 7:31pm
post #770 of 6217
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1. What's your grip style?
Clawy-like. I really like the shape of the xornet/spawn and wmo, the g400 shape just feels off to me. It just isn't nearly as agile, and there's no grip so picking it up is awkward.
2. What's your sensitivity?
Well, my wmo was 400dpi and i used 2.2 in CS:S so about 45cm/360.
The xornet freaks out when I make fast swipes, while the wmo only slowed down a bit.
3. What's your maximum budget?
Give me every option.
4. Do you want additional buttons?
Cool, but not necessary.
5. What games do you play?
Well I play every kind of game, but for shooters I play cs and it's variants mostly.
6. Do you mind about prediction?
I'd rather not have any, but if it's really minor, then maybe that's ok. I could be totally wrong, I've never used a mouse with prediction before
so I might hate it. Shape, lod, and tracking speed are more important.
7. Lift off Distance
I never thought lift off distance mattered, until I got the xornet. With firmware 75 it seems to be about 2mm, which is ok.
Less might be better but I'm alright with it now.
Are there any other good mice that are shaped like the wmo?
Should I just get a lighter colored mousepad?
What about the spawn?
I'd suggest any of the mice from Zowie or the Roccat Savu.
Here's a comparison of all the mice shapes that I made; try to make your decision on ergonomics from this, or go try one out in the store.
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