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post #41 of 45
I used a G9 then G9x over the course of probably 2+ years. After switching to a Xai then Sensei, the G9's just didn't feel as accurate to me. The Logitechs feel like they have more acceleration or something, might be some issue with their mouse software. I used both Xai and Sensei with no software installed.
post #42 of 45
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Originally Posted by THEoBZ View Post


To Skylit - Hope I didn't offend you or upset you. I just feel like I have owned many mice from many companies so please don't take my input for granted. I may not have the title on here that you do but I probably know close or as much as you do on whats put into these little things. I've tested before as well and anything I have said came from personal experiences from rough, tough, and hard gaming. Wish I made money doing it though. Sponsorships won't get you too far haha.
My apologies for upsetting anyone, or sounding like a J4ck 4$$. That was not my intent.

I don't mean to offend you or anything, but your previous posts don't really indicate any level of industry knowledge. I'm sure things would have taking a much different light if you understood what has been hinted by both me and DeMS.

Please understand that while I leak information here and there, I'm not going to show bias towards a specific "brand" as I can generally estimate cost and profit margin of a product. I simply disagreed with your statements as I know more than I'm willing to let on.

PS: You didn't upset or offend me.
Edited by Skylit - 4/12/12 at 10:54pm
post #43 of 45
how is the Sensei? it looks cool to me.
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post #44 of 45
I would recommend the Sensei if you're prepared to do two things:

1) open the mouse and remove everything inside of it that's not connected to the laser or top 3 buttons which makes the mouse way lighter and turns it into a 3 button mouse at the same time. I got rid of the top PCB that controls side buttons (it's extremely heavy), lights, and even the LCD screen itself. I removed everything I saw that could be taken out and still wouldn't mind if it was a bit lighter.

2) don't use steelseries software because cursor doesn't feel as good with it installed. Just load the software, change settings, hit save, then uninstall.
post #45 of 45
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

I don't mean to offend you or anything, but your previous posts don't really indicate any level of industry knowledge. I'm sure things would have taking a much different light if you understood what has been hinted by both me and DeMS.
Please understand that while I leak information here and there, I'm not going to show bias towards a specific "brand" as I can generally estimate cost and profit margin of a product. I simply disagreed with your statements as I know more than I'm willing to let on.
PS: You didn't upset or offend me.


I was a tester, nothing more, nothing less. Nothing you have said changes anything but I guess to each his own. No ones word is the end all be all, including yours. I only stated facts from my own personal experiences and that's that.

I'm 100% bias towards certain brands simply because I have always great luck with their products and not so great luck from others.


I agree with pretty much everything you have said. However you have to remember I was working off of what the Thread Starter wanted.

Take it easy Skylit! I look forward to reading some more of your comments on other topics.

-Obz
Edited by THEoBZ - 4/14/12 at 12:03am
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