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Who wins in terms of sensor's stability ? The taipan has a variant of the adns9800 so is it better ?
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Who wins in terms of sensor's stability ? The taipan has a variant of the adns9800 so is it better ?

Not sure yet but seems to be more or less the same and probably is.
post #3 of 43
You would want to wait until there are reviews from both mice before they can be compared wink.gif
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I think there are reviews i allready readed some reviews from 7 pages abou Taipan on one site.
If you look good then im sure you find more reviews about it.
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Originally Posted by pruik6 View Post

I think there are reviews i allready readed some reviews from 7 pages abou Taipan on one site.
If you look good then im sure you find more reviews about it.

When I say reviews, I mean reviews.

I don't mean marketing with a stamp of one online website that got the product for free and so they need to give a good review or they will not get any more reviewing samples from the company rolleyes.gif
post #6 of 43
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Originally Posted by vss vintorez View Post

Who wins in terms of sensor's stability ? The taipan has a variant of the adns9800 so is it better ?


Not sure about the sensei, but the taipan have a small amount of acceleration (less than 5% from what I've read). If you like the shell/features go for it. I'd take it over a sensei just for the shape.
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The Taipan's sensor (S9818 - 9800 variant) does have flaws. Around 0 - 1.0m/s you'll experience negative acceleration and anywhere past that you'll get positive acceleration. You can check out my review for a real world example of the amount of acceleration. In the past Razer has pushed firmware updates so hopefully we see one for the Taipan to fix the accel issues. I don't know anything about the Sensei MLG but hopefully I can get my hands on one eventually.

Hope this helps.

Best,
George K
post #8 of 43
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Originally Posted by EnthusiastR View Post

The Taipan's sensor (S9818 - 9800 variant) does have flaws. Around 0 - 1.0m/s you'll experience negative acceleration and anywhere past that you'll get positive acceleration. You can check out my review for a real world example of the amount of acceleration. In the past Razer has pushed firmware updates so hopefully we see one for the Taipan to fix the accel issues. I don't know anything about the Sensei MLG but hopefully I can get my hands on one eventually.
Hope this helps.
Best,
George K

Thanks for clarification. It's exactly the same behavior as the 9500 and 9800.
post #9 of 43
Does either have the dust in sensor issue like the a9500 sensor?
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post #10 of 43
This is not a sensor issue, I guess it is more a steelseries issue smile.gif With my G9X I NEVER had this problem and i played maaaany hours with it. With the Xai it was easy to have this problem.
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