Originally Posted by Jalal
The Sensei tips the scales at 102g. While I would normally find this above my personal comfort spot, the mouse itself feels fairly good for it's weight which ultimately surprised me. Nothing more I can really say.
You really can't elaborate on this? Maybe compared to the Xai? guess you dont have it, but maybe from memory?
Bullveyr what do you say about its feel compared to the Xai?
I didn't have a Xai for very long, but the two mice are similar in weight. Sensei is a few grams heavier, but doesn't feel like other mice in it's weight category.
Originally Posted by kaingosu
Excellent review! Just some quick questions.
Isn't the same cable they used with the Xai?
Are you saying you no longer notice unconsistent acceleration? Only positive acc?
So basically there's no negative acceleration on cloth? You also tested this with Qck?
2) Pretty much. The inconsistency was caused by negative acceleration getting mixed in with the inherit positive acceleration of the sensor. While prior mice were fine on hard surfaces, the Sensei is capable of high speed tracking on a variety of cloth pads.
3) The sensor may still be prone to negative acceleration or early malfunction, but my main cloth surfaces don't really exhibit much of a problem. The QcK was the worse of the bunch but still performed fairly decently as shown in the video.
I don't really know how sensitive this newer firmware is to dirt or dust, but time will tell.
Originally Posted by LoveKnight
Wow! What an excellent review. So as the conclusion, this mouse has acceleration and this mouse will be perfect if the future firmware can tackle this problem (but I am afraid not).
Thanks for the review, keep going man
Originally Posted by Derp
Well done Skylit, I'm glad that you also noticed the higher tracking speed on pads that previous A9500 mice failed much earlier on.
Originally Posted by Bullveyr
Maybe now more people will believe me that my Xai works finde on cloth.
Haven't tested my Sensei yet, I only unpacked it but mine shows some big difference between the 2 main buttons.
Very good review.
Thankss Edited by Skylit - 11/16/11 at 8:40am