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post #621 of 840
I have owned the following gaming mice.
Razer Diamond back
Logitech G5
Razer Deathadder
Logitech G 400
SteelSeries sensei
Razer Taipan.

There were others but non notable including other steel mice.
The Taipan is the best fit for me of the current mice available to buy.
Far better than the Sensei.
The Sensei just feels less accurate to me.
The Sensei will be my backup mouse.
I get no input lag at all
I am using a Razer Vespula mat on the control side.
It feels like the build quality is much better than the DA.
Only time will tell.
Just my experiences.
Cheers.
Edited by kOz1 - 8/13/12 at 6:56am
post #622 of 840
I guess you use high dpi?
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post #623 of 840
From 400 - 6400 depending what I want to do in game.
Most of the time am at 1200 or 2000.
post #624 of 840
Why I asked (my thoughts):
You wont notice the inconsistent acceleration of the Taipan when you play with higher DPI.
And you'll love the dual sensor more, because it could be more precise on higher DPI than the sensor of the Sensei.
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post #625 of 840
The Sensei is not accurate for me the cursor is not where I want it to be when I move the mouse quickly while the Taipans cursor is where I want it to be.
In game if I do a fast 180 the Sensei will stop off target while the Taipan will be on target.
Just my experiences.
I noticed it with the Sensei the first game.
post #626 of 840
Just so everyone knows dpi settings every 200 is the sensors standard and the settings every odd number 1300, 500, 2300 are interpolated are not default and should be avoided.
I went to the Avago website and did some white paper and developer package reading on the sensor.
post #627 of 840
someone can confirm that this new model havent the same sensor problems of Imperator ? Like freeze or lift-off error during run ?
post #628 of 840
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someone can confirm that this new model havent the same sensor problems of Imperator ? Like freeze or lift-off error during run ?

I have no idea what kind of issues the Imperator had, but the only "freeze" issue that happens with Taipan was due to the synapse driver, which recently got updated on Friday. I haven't really noticed it since the update but I can't be 100% sure it's full resolved. The mouse itself works just fine with synapse off. However, you can't change your sensitivity on the fly without synapse enabled (something I don't do anyhow).
post #629 of 840
So you can set your preferred DPI and then deinstall Synapse? And anyway, isn't it possible to just launch synapse, set your setting and then exit the programm to not let it run in the background?
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So you can set your preferred DPI and then deinstall Synapse? And anyway, isn't it possible to just launch synapse, set your setting and then exit the programm to not let it run in the background?

Yes, you can set it then close it. As far as uninstalling it... I have no idea if that will work.
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