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Yeah, they make almost all the sensors on the market.
    
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post #92 of 113
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Originally Posted by Phos View Post

The sign of the reversed sensors would be flipped and then the two values averaged.
Iirc it reads +x/+y when lifted.
So if you install it reversed it would "read" -x/-y, if you flip the sign you have +x/+y again.

How does that cancel out z-axis movement when you average that with the normally installed sensor?
post #93 of 113
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Iirc it reads +x/+y when lifted.
So if you install it reversed it would "read" -x/-y, if you flip the sign you have +x/+y again.
How does that cancel out z-axis movement when you average that with the normally installed sensor?
Lifting a PTE gives the same reading from it regardless of how it's rotated.
    
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post #94 of 113
I doubt that (doesn't make much sense to me) but I don't have one here to test it anyway.
Edited by Bullveyr - 10/4/12 at 2:58pm
post #95 of 113
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Originally Posted by raisinbun View Post

It remains that the sensor lag is a serious downside of the mouse that cannot be ignored... but i wonder what is the magnitude of that lag, and whether it is noticeable.
It is noticeable when you start playing at first but when you play a few round and are into the gaming, it starts to feel normal rolleyes.gif
post #96 of 113
Now serious, ye, even casual gamer wouldn't prefer such a stupid "Feature". What did Razer think people would say about it? For sure not like "WOOOOOOHOOOOOOOO! Smoothing Agent on mouse, me must have! Lagging for the win, boy!"
Edited by hza - 10/5/12 at 11:38pm
post #97 of 113
Is this mouse smoothy thing the same thing as A4tech's "anti-vibrate" malaky?

Any why did they put dual sensors on a 9X00 mouse? Doesn't that sensor already have a tiny LoD or have I been eating crazy pills?
    
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post #98 of 113
"Anti-vibrate" is a simple and cheap method for lowering LOD of any sensor to about 1mm, without crippling tracking quality or speed. It has nothing to do with smoothing.
post #99 of 113
just mechnic solution as far as I know, haven't tried it but sounds great
post #100 of 113
"Anti-vibrate" is good idea but bad implementation by a4tech. I personally prefer tape-fix.
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