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post #101 of 113
The implementation is great (have one x760h - mini review coming). ony one bad side affect - when you move it fast the switch rattles (how loud depends on the surface).

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post #102 of 113
finally...
Razer uses Avago ... LOL
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post #103 of 113
They've used Avago since the beginning. Only really switched to Philips when the competition didn't offer anything comparable in terms of DPI.


Tbh, I would like the twin eye if the Doppler tracking method was a bit more stable.
post #104 of 113
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can any body confirm whether the lag on the Razer taipan is gone now? As i updated by razer taipan today and the drivers and razer taipan configurator were updated .... I dont feel that delay no more thumb.gif

People who have a taipan kindly confirm, I'm using windows 7 64bit.
post #105 of 113
If you can tell me what I would have to do to experience this lag I can test it for u.
post #106 of 113
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Originally Posted by krokdylz View Post

If you can tell me what I would have to do to experience this lag I can test it for u.

Ok if i use another mouse simultaneously along with my Taipan lets say for comparison ill use intelli 1.1a than my taipan to see the tracking difference. When i used intelli the mouse seemed to move faster and more fluently on same dpi settings compared to the taipan. The taipan on the other hand seemed to have some sort of delay or lag or slow inertia/slow startup etc. But now after the driver and configurator update my taipan is alot more smoother and tracking is instantaneous, no more that delay i felt before and that others were complaining about.

Kindly confirm this, run it side by side with another mouse biggrin.gif if you feel no difference in tracking let me know smile.gif
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post #107 of 113
But why is the Steelseries Xai and the Razer Abyssus all the way down there?

And you list also depends on the type of FPS games you play. That list is perfect for CS but ADS FPS games like BF3 and COD might need a different list
post #108 of 113
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The smoothing effect has been reduced considerable after the last firmware update.. Taipan is my official mouse now for the moment.. But I don't like is shape... Therfore looking at kone pure nowadays... It has similar hardware and ids compared to the taipan and is similar in terms of performance...
post #109 of 113
Yes. I can also attest that the smoothing affect has gone down since the latest software updates.

Has anyone else noticed hardware problems with the Taipan?

I've already purchased two Taipans that both had issues with the mouse body "creaking" whenever pressing the main mouse buttons. Given it's Razer, I'm not too surprised.

But, I'm wondering if it was just an isolated incident/bad luck with me, or is there anybody else with the same problems?
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Yes. I can also attest that the smoothing affect has gone down since the latest software updates.

Has anyone else noticed hardware problems with the Taipan?

I've already purchased two Taipans that both had issues with the mouse body "creaking" whenever pressing the main mouse buttons. Given it's Razer, I'm not too surprised.

But, I'm wondering if it was just an isolated incident/bad luck with me, or is there anybody else with the same problems?
I had no issues along those lines-- but did find the laser sensor would have the occasional tracking issues.

-Ryu
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