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post #31 of 192
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Originally Posted by thorsteNN View Post

i think they jumped on this "glossy" "non-glossy" "rubberized" train, like zowie and all the others did.
i bet its a normal sensei (internal) with a xai surface and amazing LED special xfX *bling bling* *starlights blinking*
and another one with a glossy surface and the same amazing weight-causing disco lights frown.gif
sad but true, i guess

Yupp thats my guess aswell.

Now with 8 million extra colors!
post #32 of 192
Either just a black glossy and rubberized Sensei or it has the new A-9800 in it... which would be an insta-buy for me if the acceleration/inconsistency is finally fixed.
post #33 of 192
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Originally Posted by MONVMENTVM View Post

Either just a black glossy and rubberized Sensei or it has the new A-9800 in it... which would be an insta-buy for me if the acceleration/inconsistency is finally fixed.

not fixed so far, unfortunately.
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post #35 of 192
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

Never know what the future brings. Best to be optimistic no matter where it's coming from.

Tell us what you know, NOW!
wink.gif

What is the main problem of the avago-9500, accel?

Is the rubber on the side of the sensei the same as the rubber on the kinzu v2?
Edited by ARIKOmagic - 3/6/12 at 4:29am
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post #36 of 192
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Originally Posted by ARIKOmagic View Post

Tell us what you know, NOW!
wink.gif
What is the main problem of the avago-9500, accel?
Is the rubber on the side of the sensei the same as the rubber on the kinzu v2?

It's a xai that works on cloth. That's it pretty much.
post #37 of 192
dont like the sensei/xai even with the accel fixed, it's far too sensitive to dust and always changes sensitivity and tracking due to small dust/misc particles on the mousepad.

it's okay on hard pads though
post #38 of 192
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Originally Posted by ich1ban View Post

dont like the sensei/xai even with the accel fixed, it's far too sensitive to dust and always changes sensitivity and tracking due to small dust/misc particles on the mousepad.
it's okay on hard pads though

That's what starting happening to my Sensei in game on cloth. Lost 5-6 competitive games because of it skipping out due to dust and lost faith in the mouse and sold it. Mouse mats where new and fresh as well.
post #39 of 192
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Weight: 90 grams (0.2 lbs)
Height: 38.7 mm (1.5 in)
Width: 68.3 mm (2.7 in)
Length: 125.5 mm (4.9 in)
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Scalable pointer speed from 90 up to 5700 in increments of 90 so you can be exact.
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Frames per second: 12000
Inches per second: 150
Mega pixels per second: 10.8
Counts per inch: 90 – 5700
Maximum acceleration: 30 G
Sensor data path: True 16 bit
Lift distance: ~2 mm
Maximum polling: 1000 Hz

A Sensei without some marketing bull biggrin.gif. Seems like it might be cheaper even though the internal hardware is most likely identical. (Two separate PCB's isn't likely)
Edited by Skylit - 3/6/12 at 5:22am
post #40 of 192
Was quite annoying and always happened after a day or two, had to clean it with a cloth using a small tool to get it in to clean the lens, blowing didn't work and sometimes made it worse.
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