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This mouse has way too many flaws for me to spend 80€+ on it. They managed to fail once again even with the Avago sensor. Also, the buggy software... i sold my Lachesis because of driver issues, i guess they didn't learn much since that time.

Steelseries > Razer.
post #492 of 840
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Originally Posted by helioNz4R View Post

This mouse has way too many flaws for me to spend 80€+ on it. They managed to fail once again even with the Avago sensor. Also, the buggy software... i sold my Lachesis because of driver issues, i guess they didn't learn much since that time.
Steelseries > Razer.

steelseries and razer products are very similiar wink.gif. Expensive and flawed products.
Imho steelseries is even worse. For their new product lineup they use two really messed up sensors (pixart, a9500/a9800) and for example the new sensei raw has a very low build quality.

On a different topic, if i see the taipan i have to think about the logitech g300, but i couldn't find any screenshots showing them both in comparison. If anyone has them both, could you plz post some pictures? smile.gif
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post #494 of 840
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Originally Posted by ginzi View Post

steelseries and razer products are very similiar wink.gif. Expensive and flawed products.
Imho steelseries is even worse. For their new product lineup they use two really messed up sensors (pixart, a9500/a9800) and for example the new sensei raw has a very low build quality.
On a different topic, if i see the taipan i have to think about the logitech g300, but i couldn't find any screenshots showing them both in comparison. If anyone has them both, could you plz post some pictures? smile.gif

Avago 9500 & 9800 = best laser sensors atm.

Whenever i search for a new keyboard, mouse i always come to a conclusion that razer products suck.

6Gv2 > Blackwidow.
Sensei > Taipan (and any razer mice)

The list goes on and on.
post #495 of 840
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Originally Posted by helioNz4R View Post

Avago 9500 & 9800 = best laser sensors atm.
Whenever i search for a new keyboard, mouse i always come to a conclusion that razer products suck.
6Gv2 > Blackwidow.
Sensei > Taipan (and any razer mice)
The list goes on and on.

A sensor that can't track precisely because it has nonlinear positive acceleration is hardly the best laser sensor. Besides you do realize that the Taipan is actually using a variation of the 9800 sensor (and it seems it has the same acceleration issues all over again, which yeah does make the Taipan bad too).
post #496 of 840
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Originally Posted by MONVMENTVM View Post

A sensor that can't track precisely because it has nonlinear positive acceleration is hardly the best laser sensor. Besides you do realize that the Taipan is actually using a variation of the 9800 sensor (and it seems it has the same acceleration issues all over again, which yeah does make the Taipan bad too).

What's better then? PTE? lolz.

There are no flawless laser sensors atm. Yes i know it uses the S9818 variation, but what for? It may be worse than 9800 itself lol.

Flawed or not, still the best. Which is kinda sad...
Edited by helioNz4R - 7/18/12 at 3:25am
post #497 of 840
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Originally Posted by helioNz4R View Post

Avago 9500 & 9800 = best laser sensors atm.
Whenever i search for a new keyboard, mouse i always come to a conclusion that razer products suck.
6Gv2 > Blackwidow.
Sensei > Taipan (and any razer mice)
The list goes on and on.

DeathAdder owns the .... out of sensei regards to sensor perfection.
Sensei is just like the rest, acceleration problems.
post #498 of 840
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DeathAdder owns the .... out of sensei regards to sensor perfection.
Sensei is just like the rest, acceleration problems.

I think we are talking about laser sensors, not optical, right? RIGHT?
post #499 of 840
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Originally Posted by helioNz4R View Post

I think we are talking about laser sensors, not optical, right? RIGHT?

Well then ANY OTHER RAZER MICE, is quite a wrong statement.
Any other laser razer mice maybe.

And no it was not implied with that sentence even if you were talking about laser mice.
Also dont really see that sensei owns taipan regards to sensor.

Not like SS have super good products either, alot of crap.
Only solid product is 6gv2 since it uses good stabilizers, thats about it.

Now they use worse quality on all their mice, kana,kinzu v2, raw is all junk.
And ofc sensei have acceleration problems.

So I fail to see the good perfect steelseries you praise in all your posts.
post #500 of 840
maybe he is talking about those steelseries mice where they picked up the old ms 3.0 / 1.1, gave them a new paint job und sold them as their own?

Otherwise i can't recall a steelseries mouse whitout serious problems.
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