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What was that talk about an extra interface for delay due to usb? With 1000Hz polling rate thats a delay of 1 ms. Your monitor refreshes slower smile.gif.
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What was that talk about an extra interface for delay due to usb? With 1000Hz polling rate thats a delay of 1 ms. Your monitor refreshes slower .
Most LCD monitors refresh at 60 Hz, but that means even at reasonable sensitivities your cursor can move >50 pixels between frames. That's not enough precision for a reflexive click, so I suppose the mouse needs to update much faster than the screen. Exactly how much faster depends on the player, but I think 1kHz is plenty.
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I don't get why everyone thinks we all play CS, all that low dpi low button thing clearly is the tendency here. There's a lot of WoW and other MMORPG gamers that benefit from those Naga or SS WoW Cataclysm insanities (not my case) with lots of buttons.
Plus, I'm a high sens player, probably wouldn't buy a mouse with less than 4000 DPI which is what I find better suited for me at 1980x1080 1:1 sensitivity. I play mainly LoL and some shooters (where I switch constantly the sensitivity on the fly from 2000 to 4000) and high DPI allows you to move to screen edges or turn arround really fast and effortlessly while you can still aim precisely by moving the mouse with your fingertips... of course is a different style but really...
What is wrong with the Avago 9500 ? I don't really see why the 3090 gets that much attention... The 9500 already has high enough linearity range and malfunction speed and offers greater DPI and works on cloth.
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post #14 of 15
The 9500 has funny acceleration, and if a tiny amount of dust gets on the sensor it all but stops working until it is removed. This appears to be a limitation of laser technology, the cross section of the beam is small so blocking it is easy.

I'd make some post about what my perfect mouse would look like but I'm in the process of making it. Deathadder 1800 guts + my own shell.

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Chooseable size of micefeet.
Why? This would actually be doable pretty easily by having pits that can fit multiple shapes, but I don't see the benefit.
    
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post #15 of 15
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Two or three different sizes. to cater to different grips.
extra tooling --> extra costs

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A cord that is:
Light
Soft
Durable
You wan't the benefits of different kinds of cordes in one, even if possible it will be more expensive.

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A sensor that:
Has relatively high malfunction speed. 3m/s should be sufficient.
No positive or negative acceleration.
Perfect tracking on all surfaces.
Non-sensitive to dust.
Is stable and 100% consistent. It shouldnt be affected by a mousemat becoming sweaty, temperature or similar.
You are limited to the available sensors, manufacturers can't do much about it.

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It should´nt require drivers.
Agreed, but ...

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You could also give us an option to, instead of using usb with delay and uneven pollingrates to create a pci-e card or another interface. Thereby creating 0 ms lag and non-uneven polling rate, or direct access like ps/2.
... doesn't work well with that.

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Chooseable size of micefeet.
I don't see the need for that and it would increase weight.
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