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post #41 of 84
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

What's better about the sensor in the deathadder?


No acceleration / prediction / good perfect tracking speed at 1800 DPI AFAIK.
post #42 of 84
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Originally Posted by Gnomepatrol View Post

Zowie EC2 would be my recommendation

+1 to that awesome mouse so far for me. Larger hands = EC1 evo.
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post #43 of 84
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Originally Posted by CorruptBE View Post

Tracking speeds over 4 m/s, consistent, no positive or negative acceleration, no jitters on 1800 dpi (a bit on 3500).
In terms of "raw" performance this mouse is pretty much only matched by the G400.
Does the M60 suffer from jitter or some kind of acceleration?
post #44 of 84
I'd look at the Steelseries Sensei. Coming from a Razer Mamba (which is essentially the same as the Deathadder, just wireless), it was very easy to transition to this mouse.
post #45 of 84
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Originally Posted by splinterize View Post


No reason to bash the deathadder. It's a nice mouse with a really good sensor.
Much better than what they put on the m60. I cant talk for the theron.
Unless you're only looking at the DPI.

In my country the price situation is different, Theron, RAT5, M60 and Savu have similar price to DA.

M60 is an alluminium mice ( valuable materials like really expensive mouse not toy ), covered by two different rough surface, weights, sniper button and enable to other grip style, not only palmgrip.

Theron is a TTesports product, have onboard memory for macro, advance customization, full rubberized, weights, good position of the side buttons and more important it have better ergonomics.
Both have -20cm in the cable to to favor a better wiring.

How you can see I'm not looking only DPI like neophytes, but i dont defense overpriced products like Razer just because they'r called Razer ( sorry but i dont mind ).
But do i wrong or i've seen only 5$ to different behind M60 and DA ? If for you 5$ are sufficient to means highter price i dont know what to say ..............LOL rolleyes.gif


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Edited by senna89 - 8/24/12 at 12:39am
post #46 of 84
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

In my country the price situation is different, Theron, RAT5, M60 and Savu have similar price to DA.
M60 is an alluminium mice ( valuable materials like really expensive mouse not toy ), covered by two different rough surface, weights, sniper button and enable to other grip style, not only palmgrip.
Theron is a TTesports product, have onboard memory for macro, advance customization, full rubberized, weights, good position of the side buttons and more important it have better ergonomics.
Both have -20cm in the cable to to favor a better wiring.
How you can see I'm not looking only DPI like neophytes, but i dont defense overpriced products like Razer just because they'r called Razer ( sorry but i dont mind ).
But do i wrong or i've seen only 5$ to different behind M60 and DA ? If for you 5$ are sufficient to means highter price i dont know what to say ..............LOL rolleyes.gif

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Weight systems? Really? It's the most stupid feature ever. A mouse should be light. That's also why plastic is better than aluminium for mice. At least as long as you want your mouse for gaming. If you want it to look nice than it's something different of course.

Anyway, for gaming the Deathadder is still one of the best mice around in terms of performance. And the build quality is ok, if you treat your mouse nicely it's all fine.

Talking about Razer in general you are right though, most of their mice are overpriced.
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post #47 of 84
Mouse must have the right weight, not ligh, ligh means less control.

U think DA is a good mouse ok, but its only palm grip, too long and high and glossy side surface make difficoult another grip style.
Plastic is a cheaper material, subject to a wear or scratches, at least for this price the weel can be in alluminium like Logitech models.

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Edited by senna89 - 8/24/12 at 3:24am
post #48 of 84
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Originally Posted by shiarua View Post

I'd look at the Steelseries Sensei. Coming from a Razer Mamba (which is essentially the same as the Deathadder, just wireless), it was very easy to transition to this mouse.

Aesthetic wise yeah they are very similar but sensor wise they are VERY different. I have both myself and couldn't possibly be more different in the tracking dept. the mamba has a pretty bad z-axis issue when used on cloth pads.
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post #49 of 84
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

Mouse must have the right weight, not ligh, ligh means less control.
U think DA is a good mouse ok, but its only palm grip, too long and high and glossy side surface make difficoult another grip style.
Plastic is a cheaper material, subject to a wear or scratches, at least for this price the weel can be in alluminium like Logitech models.
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Not sure if serious.
post #50 of 84
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

Mouse must have the right weight, not ligh, ligh means less control.
U think DA is a good mouse ok, but its only palm grip, too long and high and glossy side surface make difficoult another grip style.
Plastic is a cheaper material, subject to a wear or scratches, at least for this price the weel can be in alluminium like Logitech models.
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Nope, for me mice must be as light as possible. I play low sens for perfect control, and a heavy mouse is detrimental for large swipes. And why "only palm grip" as a downside, at least it's perfect for that, other than many mice that want to me "ok at everything". Of course, if you want to claw grip other mice (Razer Abyssus, Zowie AM, Steelseries Kana) are better. If you palm grip the DA and G400 are the best mice out there.
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