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lol, this is a super noob question, but what is acceleration?
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Originally Posted by rDx000 View Post

Suggest me..
Xai or Taipan ???

Never Xai.
The sensor hole is to small which makes problems with dust or anything basicly, fixed on sensei.
And most important xai is crap with most newer motherboards, the bios identifys it as a USb mass storage unit or something like that and delays the boot a ton, its annoying as hell.
My computer went from booting up in mear seconds with a ssd to a computer from the 90s boot time.
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@snipekill..
The mouse pointer moves more or less (positive or negative accel), than it should according to the move made with the mouse.
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Originally Posted by snipekill2445 View Post

lol, this is a super noob question, but what is acceleration?

1:1 movement is when the movement with your hand corresponds to that of the screen.
For example, if you have a mouse set at 400CPI and all other parameters are 1:1, every inch of your hand should travel 400 pixels on-screen.

All acceleration depends on the speed at which you move the mouse, the faster, the further it will travel from what 1:1 movement should accomplish. Saying that, there's two types of acceleration :

Positive acceleration is when the movement of your hand gets translated into a larger movement on the screen.
For example, if with 1:1 settings you make a fast turn of 1 inch, it will land 400 pixels on the side you've swept to. With positive acceleration, if you do it slow, it will get further from those 400 pixels, and if you swipe very hard, it might land very far from those 400 pixels.

Negative acceleration is when the movement of your hand gets translated into a lesser movement on the screen.
For example, if with 1:1 settings you make a fast turn of 3 inches, it will land 3x400 = 1200 pixels in whatever direction you've moved. With negative acceleration, if you make a slow swipe it might land a bit short of that number, but if you do it faster, it will get closer and closer to the original position of the cursor.


Inconsistent acceleration is when you have a mix of positive and negative acceleration at different speeds, such as what happens with A9500/S9500/A9800 sensors at the moment.
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Originally Posted by DeMS View Post

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Negative acceleration is when the movement of your hand gets translated into a lesser movement on the screen.
For example, if with 1:1 settings you make a fast turn of 3 inches, it will land 3x400 = 1200 pixels in whatever direction you've moved. With negative acceleration, if you make a slow swipe it might land a bit short of that number, but if you do it faster, it will get closer and closer to the original position of the cursor.
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I thought negative accel gets worse with higher speeds? Lagging behind more and more?
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Originally Posted by karod View Post

I thought negative accel gets worse with higher speeds? Lagging behind more and more?

Yes, that's what I described. The travel of the cursor will be closer to the original cursor position.

+ = start
* = end without accel
^ = end with negative accel

+ ^ *
post #527 of 840
I experience massive negative acceleration with any mouse in an Unreal Tournament ('99) mod, while in UT itself there is no negative acceleration. No idea how to fix it. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by DeMS View Post

Yes, that's what I described. The travel of the cursor will be closer to the original cursor position.
+ = start
* = end without accel
^ = end with negative accel
+ ^ *

The difference was, you looked at the original point, while I looked at the aimed point (the stopping position on the mouse pad)
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post #529 of 840
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Originally Posted by karod View Post

The difference was, you looked at the original point, while I looked at the aimed point (the stopping position on the mouse pad)

I know.

If it was an engineering test, you would've failed, though tongue.gif
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I bought this mouse because of the features/size. I've searched long and hard for a mouse that works for a small handed gamer. I've been through the CM Spawn, Zowie Am, etc, etc. This mouse is the "ONE". It has lots of buttons and fits fantastic for a small handed fingertip/claw gamer. For me the CM Spawn right pinky rest was terrible. The Zowie slick glossy sides made the mouse hard to use. The Taipan doesn't have these issues.

HOWEVER, the Razer Synapse is horrible. All evening I've tried to create an account and log into the "cloud" without any success. I'm assuming Razer is having problems and due to it being the weekend I won't get this resolved till Monday.... That's a - 1000 for the "cloud". Give me the old fashion download of the driver/utility and let me move on already. I feel like I'm stuck in limbo.

Basically, I need to know if the Synapse driver/software is really needed to make this mouse perform at its best?

thanks for reading!
Edited by kornedbeefy - 7/27/12 at 9:17pm
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