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post #961 of 1402
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Originally Posted by ich1ban View Post

I can take a youtube video or something if you require proof, you simply can't shoot as fast with the Huano switches in the AM. You will definitely notice the delay and it will mess with your game if you are used to spamming the USP and controlling the recoil. The delay feels weird is definitely a disadvantage.
In fact i've spammed the m1 button so much that it actually sits lower than the m2 button by half a millimetre now on my AM.

I can shoot just as fast with the AM. It just feels a little more tactile to me. It certainly doesn't mess with my game.
post #962 of 1402
Just tried my AM next to all my other mice and its basically exactly the same speed for me. After using the AM for a bit my other mice buttons feel mushy though biggrin.gif
Edited by Zhuni - 1/25/12 at 11:38pm
post #963 of 1402
yeh I can spam buttons at the same time, just requires ALOT more force. This increase in force means I need to grip harder, or the mouse will be uncontrollable due to the constant force spam, and is not ideal.
post #964 of 1402
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Originally Posted by Zhuni View Post

Just tried my AM next to all my other mice and its basically exactly the same speed for me. After using the AM for a bit my other mice buttons feel mushy though biggrin.gif

It's the same for me, I pulled out my Deathadder and the main mouse buttons on that felt very mushy. I just really like the tactile feedback the switches on the AM provide, I can also click it just as fast as I could with my other mice.
post #965 of 1402
So Derp, in ur point of view, is Kana good for now ? I mean did what SS do help with the bugs such as jump pixel ?
Could u show me what've been fixed and what bugs still exist now on the Kana. Thanks. smile.gif
Edited by Kalashnikov - 1/26/12 at 3:20am
post #966 of 1402
So,

I've got a friend who works at a computers store in Romania who also imports SteelSeries products here in my country. Yesterday i told this friend about this situation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sT12vgOhYJk and then he talked @ SteelSeries and sent me this message:


Yes, we were aware of the issue and now it should be fixed. Please see below:

SteelSeries has released a new version of the SteelSeries Engine to the general public.

About SSE v2.1.745
SSE v2.1.745 fixes two issues discovered with Kana and Kinzu v2 mice via a Firmware Upgrade. In particular, the two issues that have been addressed are as follows:
• Tracking issue - Moving the mouse up and down in a perfectly straight line at high speeds could cause the mouse to lose its tracking temporarily; causing the cursor to jump to the left or right.
• Scroll Wheel Jump – Scrolling the mouse wheel up or down at extremely high speeds can cause a jump in scrolling in the opposite direction

Both issues have been fixed and tested thoroughly internally and externally in beta versions.


I hope they will fix it.

Also, anyone noticed the scroll bug? Because i did. I'm happy they fixed that too.
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post #967 of 1402
Ok I just got the white Kana smile.gif First impression is nice apart from the glide, I ordered the Corepad skates from different shop so I'll probably get those next week.
What is a good method to remove the original mouse feet clean and easy?
post #968 of 1402
1) Carefully lift the corner of the feet with a your fingernail, a knife, or a needle. Peel off the feet and discard the crappy plastic ones.

2) Use rubbing alcohol, goo gone, or acetone to remove any sticky material left over.

3) Very lightly lay the new feet in position. Do not press them down hard until you're certain they are centered, and not high on any edges. Once you're happy with the feet position, apply pressure to get a good seal.
post #969 of 1402
I have also ordered skates for my Kana, actually these ones . what do you think about these? good/bad glide etc? are they better than the Kana's original crappy ones?
post #970 of 1402
sorry, here's the link http://www.puretrak.com/products/item/24
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