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Everybody has different preferences, grip type, hand size and so on. There are loads of gaming mice out there for that exact reason. A company isn't going to build a mouse for a Facebook page with 5 likes. You should try modding a mouse that works for you. It would be a lot of fun. I've seen plenty of mod logs on here, take a gander biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by FrancisOsmulski View Post

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Have you ever had Abyssus or DA 3.5G?
It works best in 3500.
If you set sensitivity in driver on 0.1 you will get 350 non interpolated DPI which not the same as 450DPI and 0.7(7). It's too much better.
Yeah, you right, I forget about build-in memory.

It's technically interpolation of a native setting.

I don't mean to sound rude, but there's a lot more to a mice than just sensors and what you think is "best". While you may have some valuable opinions, a lot of design decisions are implemented for a specific reason. It's not that they don't know how to make a proper mouse, but consider other factors before trying to please a relatively small group of enthusiast.

Now... I'm sure individuals at Razer have and browse forums like ESR or OCN. They just aren't public about it. wink.gif
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