Originally Posted by kaingosu
I never understood how you can hit the malfunction speed with Xai/Sensei. I used the Xai for 4-5 months before i got annoyed by the inconsistent tracking, but i NEVER hit the max speed with this mouse. Not even once. I even played cs several times with 600 DPI (400 DPI x 1.5 ingame) and i didn't had that problem. The acceleration kicks in willy-nilly, but the malfunction speed was the highest i've ever seen (photo).
I wouldn't call enotus the most accurate thing in the world. I only find it useful if the sensor shows lower performance and want to determine the area in which the sensor starts failing tracking wise.
Enotus claims my G100 has a 12.92 m/s malfunction rate but in reality malfunctions way sooner.
Granted you and me aren't using correct CPI values in cohesion to how the program works (should only be a little off, but still)
Hitting negative acceleration and malfunction on the Sensei is possible, but only at unorthodox speeds. Maybe sooner if the lens got dirty or dusty, but I'm confident its max tracking speeds are fairly high enough for anyone when dealing with multiple surfaces.
My main problem with the Xai or High end G series mice was that they hit negative acceleration quite easily. That wasn't really fun paired with the inherit acceleration of the A9500 sensor. Malfunction was possible if you were a low sen player, but it's something that was highly dependent on surface materials.Edited by Skylit - 11/17/11 at 1:21pm