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post #11 of 21
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Originally Posted by JesusRex View Post

The G400 has been king for a very long time.
Yeah, ever since they removed angle snapping, this mouse has been considered one of the best.
post #12 of 21
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The G400 has been king for a very long time.

I don't agree. Both have strengths and weaknesses.
post #13 of 21
The G400 is king of good sensors crammed inside of a torture device.
post #14 of 21
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Originally Posted by zzuper View Post

Damn, that looks better then my da.. : D g400 new king?
I'm seeing even less jitter with my Roccat Savu. 4000 CPI, 1000Hz:

First Try (shows more jitter)
Second Try

I'm no good at drawing circles like that though. I can barely control the mouse at that speed on this low friction hard mat (Razer Pro Pad) because I'm used to 800 CPI.
It does seem like it can be picky about what surfaces it will track on well at high speeds or without jitter though.
post #15 of 21
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

I don't agree. Both have strengths and weaknesses.

Logic^
Edited by Skylit - 9/24/12 at 12:55am
post #16 of 21
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Originally Posted by r0ach View Post

The G400 is king of good sensors crammed inside of a torture device.
Really? I've found the G400 to be somewhat comfortable, unlike the deathadder, which hurts to claw grip.
post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

Really? I've found the G400 to be somewhat comfortable, unlike the deathadder, which hurts to claw grip.

I thought the exact same thing about the deathadder black edition and the G400. The deathadder is very uncomfortable for claw/fingertip and my hand cramps up. The G400 shape is much better in my opinion and the click and scroll wheel are much better. The only thing about the G400 that is slightly uncomfortable for me is the right side of the mouse groove which interferes with my ring and pinky fingers in claw grip.
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post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by JesusRex View Post

I thought the exact same thing about the deathadder black edition and the G400. The deathadder is very uncomfortable for claw/fingertip and my hand cramps up. The G400 shape is much better in my opinion and the click and scroll wheel are much better. The only thing about the G400 that is slightly uncomfortable for me is the right side of the mouse groove which interferes with my ring and pinky fingers in claw grip.
Yeah, that mouse groove is annoying. I thought that the G400 had the worst scroll wheel, though. I also wish that they would have extended the click buttons to the edge of the mouse or made it bigger, as my hands are too big to click them properly while palm gripping it.
post #19 of 21
Ashame the pcb is so large.. After closer scrutiny, its pretty close to the DA. Imperator looking more and more interesting for high dpi..
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by JesusRex View Post

I thought the exact same thing about the deathadder black edition and the G400. The deathadder is very uncomfortable for claw/fingertip and my hand cramps up. The G400 shape is much better in my opinion

My natural mouse grip is claw/fingertip grip because it provides the most accuracy, but I can use a Deathadder in palm grip without much issue. When I pick up a G400, the thing feels terrible in palm grip to me, so I try to claw it, which also feels bad, yet more accurate. So to me, the G400 has a good sensor with no valid grip style heh. The shape of the mouse looks like something from a HR Geiger drawing, "non-euclidean geometry".
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