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post #31 of 42
The sensor is compatible with most cloth surfaces, just don't expect 150 IPS tracking biggrin.gif

Patterns on a surfaces can either help or cause problems from my experiences. I've notice that quite a few Avago optical sensors track better on solid color surfaces.
Edited by Skylit - 10/23/11 at 10:48am
post #32 of 42
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I dont do prediction.

Lazer on cloth is fine. Its blown out of proportion.
Not in my experience. The g9x negative accel was very noticable on cloth. Only since I have moved over to the Shiden Kai has it become almost un-noticeable.
post #33 of 42
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Not in my experience. The g9x negative accel was very noticable on cloth. Only since I have moved over to the Shiden Kai has it become almost un-noticeable.
The Spawn is even worse but it doesn't get the same bad rap. Even running the Spawn at 1800 DPI and 500Hz in order to maximize its perfect control it's still just as bad as the Xai I have on my QcK. It's probably just as bad as a WMO or any other iteration of the Microsoft mice that use the same sensor. They get praised the world over by professional gamers in spite of their low perfect control speeds.
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post #34 of 42
Get the QCK+ or Qck Heavy and u wont regret ^^
post #35 of 42
M00DY, QCK+ & QCK Heavy both are terrible options for the Avago 9500 sensor which the Sensei uses.
post #36 of 42
i have qck heavy and sensei and i think it's perfect
post #37 of 42
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i have qck heavy and sensei and i think it's perfect
That's totally ok and I'm glad ppl can enjoy their QCK pad with that sensor.
I personally found it to be horrible and barely enjoyable because of those (known) sensor problems in combination with cloth.
post #38 of 42
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M00DY, QCK+ & QCK Heavy both are terrible options for the Avago 9500 sensor which the Sensei uses.
100% agree !
post #39 of 42
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M00DY, QCK+ & QCK Heavy both are terrible options for the Avago 9500 sensor which the Sensei uses.
Most CS 1.6/CSS pro gamers use the QCK+ and QCK Heavy with the Sensei or XAI. So it must not be a terrible option.
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post #40 of 42
That's just preference and doesn't indicate one way or another. Like it or not the technical flawed aspects are clear. But it's just not pronounced unless you're in the low dpi range. Most CSS players these days use mid to high dpi so it's usually not going to be a problem. For low dpi high accuracy RTS games like SC2 it's going to be a problem.
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