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Same shape with the same inconsistent sensor but the gimmicks have been removed to lower the price. I don't see many people buying the Sensei with this out.
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I'm still looking for a replacement to my Deathadder. I heard Steelseries had fixed those "sensor inconsistencies" with recent firmware patches. Is that true?
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I'm still looking for a replacement to my Deathadder. I heard Steelseries had fixed those "sensor inconsistencies" with recent firmware patches. Is that true?

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I'm still looking for a replacement to my Deathadder. I heard Steelseries had fixed those "sensor inconsistencies" with recent firmware patches. Is that true?

No.
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Same shape with the same inconsistent sensor but the gimmicks have been removed to lower the price. I don't see many people buying the Sensei with this out.

Good point, why buy the sensei when this is out.
Same sensor but without all the super useless crap.
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Oh. I'm wrong. It is a different PCB/MCU (assuming Steelseries' claims are correct)
$60 though? I'm actually quite shocked.

Since it has a different PCB and MCU, this could mean it is going to track differently, even with the same avago9500 sensor?
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Since it has a different PCB and MCU, this could mean it is going to track differently, even with the same avago9500 sensor?

The acceleration problem is sensor specific.
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Good point, why buy the sensei when this is out.
Same sensor but without all the super useless crap.

Esp when its like half the cost too
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Since it has a different PCB and MCU, this could mean it is going to track differently, even with the same avago9500 sensor?

Max speed could be effected, but generally the tracking is going to be similar to previous incarnations of the sensor assuming the firmware is configured similarly.

The ST32 in the orignal Sensei is a pretty high end MCU though.
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Wish they would of had these available when the original Sensei was released. :|
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