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EC2 VS Sensei VS Deathadder

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My little brother wants to buy a new mouse tomorrow to replace the Imperator whose right click stops working after a year of heavy use ...

I told him his three mouse but I can not decide which would be the best for him he plays fps.

I would choose him for the mouse the most accurate level sensor I think that's the Deathadder but I wonder if the EC2 was as accurate as the Deathadde r?

I know that EC2 is the prediction and the DA did not but that prediction is really noticeable?

I heard on the forum that EC2 was the mouse that had the best quality switch among all mice gamer is that true?

Is the sensor réelment Sensei is less accurate and efficient for the FPS that the DeathAdder optical sensor and EC2?


Thank you for helping me as soon as it is urgent we will order it tomorrow ! tongue.gifnerdsmiley.png:
post #2 of 7
I would rule the Sensei out immediately, it use the Avago 9500 which has positive acceleration(inconsistent on some surfaces). The Avago 3060 in the EC2 is pretty good if you are ok with prediction, it is difficult to say if it is noticeable because some people notice prediction more than others. After having used DeathAdders as my primary mouse for so long, prediction is very noticeable to me, but this is not the case for everyone. The DeathAdder is a great mouse. I think it really boils down to is if your brother wants prediction then get the EC2 and if he doesn't get the DeathAdder.
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Definitely rule out the Sensei. Also it comes down to the preferred size and shape, and weight. Both in the end are ergonomic but I felt the EC2 was a better fit for my hand just because I like lighter and smaller mice for quicker movements
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post #4 of 7
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Should I wait for the release of AM Zowie? rolleyes.gif

Except that it uses Avago 3090 as the CM Storm Spawn and apparently this sensor is less accurate and more easily pick up the sensor of the Deathadder and Mico. mad.gif

Now I would like to know if the sensor EC2 (Avago ADNS-A3060) will be better than the sensor of Zowie AM. tongue.gif

Thanks to respond me thumb.gif
Edited by Frenchy - 11/13/11 at 11:44am
post #5 of 7
The avago 3060 can only go up to 400 and 800 dpi dosent that mean the 1000 and 2000 dpi steps are interpolated on the EC2
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The avago 3060 can only go up to 400 and 800 dpi

Are you sure?

We can only go 400 to 800 dpi ?

So why the sales site say you can adjust the dpi from 500/1000/2000? rolleyes.gif

Anyway if you can not set the mouse precisely with a margin of at least 200 dpi so I'm bad beginning mad.gif

It falls ill I think my brother needs a lot of high-dpi is sensitive in this case it would have to choose the Deathadder but do not form too high, asymmetric and click too high ! mad.gif

In this case it must choose the sensei even if I do vote laser no alternative ...

Razer damn ! tongue.gif

Their Deathadder has a great sensor but the shape of the mouse is just horrible for him and me. mad.gif
post #7 of 7
Well they have the g400 i been using it for awhile it isn't that bad but it does have prediction. I like the sensei build since I use to use a mouse shaped like it but the sensor isnt good for cloth users
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