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Razer Imperator starts "skipping"

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Hi all,

Just want to point something out that I have noticed. I have been using my Imperator for some months now, and I noticed that when I fine-tune my aiming (for example in BF3) the mouse tends to "skip". The (teflon) feet of the mouse resist too much for precise movement.

I really noticed this when I plugged in my old copperhead to see if it still works (needed another mouse for my notebook). When I move the copperhead just a tiny bit, there is no resistance at all from the teflon feet, making the experience much smoother.

I cannot remember if the Imperator was equal as smooth when I bought it, but it feels wrong now. Did Razer change material?

I use the destructor mousepad. (another example, when I give both mouses the same push from a side on the pad, the copperhead moves the furthest)
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Im feeling it too and thought it came from the bigger surface of the mousefeet.
(used a Diamondback before)
Though many manufacturers build that way, maybe im missing something.
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I use Tt Ladon mouse surface and dont get any skipping. I had to disable surface detection and liftoff.
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