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So I'm considering replacing my old 1800 CPI DA with an EC2 as I find the DA to be just a tad bit too big (also my DA is beginning to break). I've already looked at some of the past threads and am aware of some of the issues with jitter/clicks feeling too hard to press (however I'd prefer the clicks to feel more harder to press to be honest).

I guess my question is how big of a downgrade will this be in regards to tracking? Is jitter going to be a serious issue? I've read that some people have issues with multi-colored pads, is this something to be concerned by as well?
post #2 of 6
DA is a big mouse for only palm grip, but seems to be better like price / performance, but Ec2 evo will be more corfortable and use optical solution.
But both are 2 overpriced toy.
Edited by senna89 - 8/24/12 at 12:45am
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If you are palm grip DA is better, otherwise Ec2 evo will be more corfortable.
But both are 2 overpriced toy.

Neither are overpriced by any stretch.
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50$ and highter for elementar limited and full plastic gaming mouse ?
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You'll see variable jitter on the EvO. I play at 450 and experience next to none, but the next 2 DPI settings give me trouble depending on my surface. 450 on a black surface is just fine.

As far as tracking goes, I don't notice unless I'm busting out 40cm/180 or higher. That's pretty low sens by most people's standards. But make no mistake, you will technically lose tracking ability. The Deathadder has arguably the best sensor on the market.

To be honest, I would suggest the EC1 if the DA is just a bit too big. The lighter weight and slightly different shape make my DA feel pretty bulky. But both versions aren't bad.

I would also suggest checking out the G400 if you can handle the weight and cord.
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50$ and highter for elementar limited and full plastic gaming mouse ?
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I'd pay 50 for an ergonomic office mouse. If something fits your hand right and has a sensor without acceleration or correction, it is easily worth 50 bucks. It annoying when people call the few reasonably priced gaming mice overpriced.
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