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Got my mouse pad, just waiting for BF3 update and will give it a whirl.. Is the mouse anygood as i am looking for a new gaming mouse.

well finally got bf3 updated and got a couple of hours in, well a quick review of the hard surface, sorry but its crap or its got a big issue. The centre of the surface has a dead spot ( i know its a surface and non tech) but the mouse stops working in the middle of the pad, i have never had anything like it, move the mouse to another section (on the edge) and it works, in the end i had to use my old roccat pad. Now tech question guys, could the issue be with the mouse feet been a little worn or is this surface not suited to certain lazers!!!!

its a shame cos it looks good and its nice to have a cool surface under touch.
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well finally got bf3 updated and got a couple of hours in, well a quick review of the hard surface, sorry but its crap or its got a big issue. The centre of the surface has a dead spot ( i know its a surface and non tech) but the mouse stops working in the middle of the pad, i have never had anything like it, move the mouse to another section (on the edge) and it works, in the end i had to use my old roccat pad. Now tech question guys, could the issue be with the mouse feet been a little worn or is this surface not suited to certain lazers!!!!

its a shame cos it looks good and its nice to have a cool surface under touch.

First what mouse is that? Which laser sensor is it using?

I have the Ensis 320 which worked amazingly accurate with my Naos 8200 laser (A9800). However I settled for the Sargas 320 after a month of using Ensis because it's a very cold to the touch black brushed aluminum and I cannot get used to that. I will try in the warmer months soon and see if that has any difference.

I tried a Roccat Savu optical (A3020) on the Ensis and the pointer stopped dead in it's tracks. When it did register briefly, it moved a very short distance compared to very long mouse drag.

I'm going to let those more technically qualified in this area elaborate.
     
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First what mouse is that? Which laser sensor is it using?

I have the Ensis 320 which worked amazingly accurate with my Naos 8200 laser (A9800). However I settled for the Sargas 320 after a month of using Ensis because it's a very cold to the touch black brushed aluminum and I cannot get used to that. I will try in the warmer months soon and see if that has any difference.

I tried a Roccat Savu optical (A3020) on the Ensis and the pointer stopped dead in it's tracks. When it did register briefly, it moved a very short distance compared to very long mouse drag.

I'm going to let those more technically qualified in this area elaborate.

Im using a cm sentinal advance, 5600 DPI Storm Tactical™ Twin-laser Sensor. i changed the feet pads on the mouse and made no differance, sound like mine may be in the same boat as the roccat...... how the hell does a aluminium plate have a dead stop!!!! lol

It would be good if we could find an answer
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That's a Philips Twin Eye you have there.
    
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First what mouse is that? Which laser sensor is it using?

I have the Ensis 320 which worked amazingly accurate with my Naos 8200 laser (A9800). However I settled for the Sargas 320 after a month of using Ensis because it's a very cold to the touch black brushed aluminum and I cannot get used to that. I will try in the warmer months soon and see if that has any difference.

I tried a Roccat Savu optical (A3020) on the Ensis and the pointer stopped dead in it's tracks. When it did register briefly, it moved a very short distance compared to very long mouse drag.

I'm going to let those more technically qualified in this area elaborate.

My Roccat Savu (A3090) works well on my aluminum pad (Steelpad 4S). I don't have an Ensis 320 though.
post #316 of 1420
Got me a Naos 3200. Messing around with Enotus, it seems as though it also behaves like a diamondback in addition to sharing its sensor, lowish perfect speed but nigh unreachable malfunction speed from what I can tell. I find it strange that people have described this mouse as too light.

edit: I think mine has a bit of wobble to it, anyone else notice anything?
Edited by Phos - 3/23/13 at 8:10pm
    
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BHAUMP

Any Naos 3200 owners or Naos owners in general have any wobble on their mice?

Edit: Ok this thing actually skips pretty easily on my Hayate.
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What do you mean by wobble? The mouse itself or the cursor?

Anyway, my Naos 3200 also does not track well on the Artisan Hayate. The cursor was a bit jittery.
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Yeah, my NAOS 5000 has slight wobble as well.
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What do you mean by wobble? The mouse itself or the cursor?

Anyway, my Naos 3200 also does not track well on the Artisan Hayate. The cursor was a bit jittery.
The foot on the thumb side seems to be at a bit of an angle. I tried it on my QcK as well and it seemed much the same as on he hayate.
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Yeah, my NAOS 5000 has slight wobble as well.
Ah thanks,

All this does have me thinking about frankenmousing it now. It's a fairly large mouse, shouldn't be too much trouble getting something inside it. I mean, I do have this bare Deathadder 3G PCB sitting around, though I'm also tempted to get a CM Recon for doner...

Oh this is bothersome. It seems Mionix put the main buttons and the wheel on the same PCB as the sensor.


I might just cut the forward part of the PCB off and just hook flying leads straight to the switches. Oh, and it seems CM was nice enough to put everything on separate PCBs. This is looking like a good option.
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