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Other than the Z-Axis issue, does it have other flaws?

I never saw someone complaining about that it has inconsistent acceleration or prediction and so on
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In my Imperator with the last firwmare i have no Z-Axis issue i find the sensor great but i have never comparate the PTE with the avago 9500 in g500/g9x/Xai for know who's the best and their real flaws.

otherwise I hate the shape and feel of the Imperator I find unsuited to fast for too long fps high and wide. I also hate his clique are too high not like Xai.

I play with a Logitech RX250 optical sensor that has rotted and I find it 1000 times better and more accurate because of its very small, this mouse mouse is a feast for the fingergrip and clawgrip user !
Edited by Frenchy - 10/25/11 at 8:33am
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Other than the Z-Axis issue, does it have other flaws?

I never saw someone complaining about that it has inconsistent acceleration or prediction and so on
Common problems that people have complained about with mice that use PTE sensors other than the Z-axis issue:

Axis lockup - plenty have complained that the mouse will randomly stop tracking on one of the axis.

Reposition delay - Lifting the mouse and setting it back down causes the mouse to wait a few seconds before it starts tracking again.

I experienced the Z-axis and the reposition delay on some mouse pads with PTE mice.
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Common problems that people have complained about with mice that use PTE sensors other than the Z-axis issue:

Axis lockup - plenty have complained that the mouse will randomly stop tracking on one of the axis.

Reposition delay - Lifting the mouse and setting it back down causes the mouse to wait a few seconds before it starts tracking again.

I experienced the Z-axis and the reposition delay on some mouse pads with PTE mice.
ah ok thanks!
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I hate the shape and feel of the Deathadder I
I did not write the Deathadder I wanted to write the Imperator. That I have to correct this mistake
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Originally Posted by Frenchy View Post
In my Imperator with the last firwmare i have no Z-Axis issue i find the sensor great but i have never comparate the PTE with the avago 9500 in g500/g9x/Xai for know who's the best and their real flaws.

otherwise I hate the shape and feel of the Imperator I find unsuited to fast for too long fps high and wide. I also hate his clique are too high not like Xai.

I play with a Logitech RX250 optical sensor that has rotted and I find it 1000 times better and more accurate because of its very small, this mouse mouse is a feast for the fingergrip and clawgrip user !
Is that a dual sensor imperator ? (The 4G)
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Q8200 MSI P35 Neo2 FR Sapphire HD 7870XT 4 GB (2x1GB Mushkin + 1x2GB OCZ) 
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Hitachi HDS7200 Hitachi HDS7200 OCZ Vertex Samsung Writemaster DVDRW 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Thermaltake TMGi1 Windows 8 x64 Viewsonic VX2250 CMStorm Quickfire Rapid CherryMX Brown 
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Antec Earthwatts Platinum 650W Sunbeamtech VentMax CMStorm Spawn // SSeries WoW Gold Puretrack Stealth // SSeries QCK 
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