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Considering buying Savu, but I have a few concerns especially for a 60€~ mouse. Probably will be only a placeholder mouse until BST's.

How are the perfect tracking speeds and malfunction speeds on Black Hayate or Red Hien? Planning on playing either 400 or 800 DPI. Any neg accel at higher speeds?
Zowie am's tracking speeds gave me lot of problems, or maybe it was the combination of low LOD and the speeds.

How are the M1/M2 buttons compared to Zowie am?

Is the braided cord stiff? Worse/better and by how much compared to Zowie am's cable?

Most has been answered already I guess, just wanted to add: Zero neg accel for me, not even on the fastest turns. Mousebuttons are awesome imo, I can't compare them to the AM as I don't have it, but the Kana for example has buttons that are much harder to press.
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About the cord... Better/Worse than CM Spawn? I've not really had any braided cable mice before, not sure how they'd compare. Does the mouse come with extra pair of mouse feet? I am wondering if I can open the mouse and switch the cord or remove the braiding.

The only other mouse with braided cable I have is G500, and I can say the cable on Savu is more supple and flexible. However, it does not come with extra pair of mouse feet, and I am not aware of any third party mouse feet available for this model.
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Thank you Ino and Raisinbun. I assume the screws are under the mousefeet so opening mouse is out of question? smile.gif
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The only other mouse with braided cable I have is G500, and I can say the cable on Savu is more supple and flexible. However, it does not come with extra pair of mouse feet, and I am not aware of any third party mouse feet available for this model.

Looks like Roccat doesn't manufacture or sell any mice feel replacements for any of their mice on their web site. I didn't know that.
     
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Corepad makes replacement feets for the Savu.
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Looks like Roccat doesn't manufacture or sell any mice feel replacements for any of their mice on their web site. I didn't know that.

They do, but you need to register an account first.
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Update: Two days ago I posted how Micro Center was slow to ship. I wanted to retract that statement in all fairness to them. I purchased the Savu and though initially they said my mouse wouldn't arrive Jan 19th, Micro Center sent it FedEx it and it's arriving today Jan 16th. Same as the mouse pad I ordered from Newegg same day. So Micro Center wasn't slow to ship after all. smile.gif
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They do, but you need to register an account first.

Thank you. Will be registering tomorrow my new Savu. See how that goes. smile.gif
     
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They do, but you need to register an account first.

Possible that the shop is not viisble to certain geo-ip locations or its down, no clue. will check tomorrow.

However ROCCAT offers replacement mousefeets for all models, however availability might be difficult in US.
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Possible that the shop is not viisble to certain geo-ip locations or its down, no clue. will check tomorrow.

However ROCCAT offers replacement mousefeets for all models, however availability might be difficult in US.

Thank you for clearing that up for US residents. smile.gif At the moment I was just curious about the mouse in general and Roccat products with no need of feet replacements as mine is brand new.

I can confirm for US residents do not see any feet replacements for any of the Roccat mice currently on Roccat's website. As gentagelse suggested if anyone is in need check Corepad where you can pick up skates HERE for the Savu. I have a feeling as Roccat makes more of a presence in the US that will change.
     
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Ok guys, I managed to replicate the error in MS Paint by setting WIndows Pointer speed to 1 and doing swipes. I tested the Savu on the three mousepads I had lying around:

PureTrak Talent results




SteelSeries NP+




QPad UC X-Large


As you can see the UC was horrible, it skipped even on normal swipes. The Talent only made it skip on some of the fastest swipes. The NP+ was flawless though, I could not get the bug there.
So I guess I have to use the NP+ from now on if I want to use the Savu.
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