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I'm loving my new Razer Naga, and fits your criteria quite well. I'd recommend giving it a look.

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post #92 of 119
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@ Phos
At least the deathadder is a much safer option now. I will try to Black Edition because i think non-glossy sides supports my claw-grib much better with those materials.

How you getting on with the DA?

I received one yesterday (the BE) and initally I didn't think I would get on with it as I find the rubber quite slippery. Like yourself I claw grip and I have fairly small hands. I spent a few hours last night adjusting to a palm grip and using 900DPI in CS:GO, took me a couple of hours of headache before the penny dropped and I started racking up kills.

I found if I tried to claw this mouse it would force itself to a 50 degree angle and due to the weight and the rubber sides it would slide about all over the place. Not the right way to hold it at all.

Learning to palm the mouse gives much better control and its worth doing as the sensor on this is bloody fantastic. Only flaw I found is the LOD is slightly high but that can be fixed easily enough with some scotch tape.
post #93 of 119
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Btw: My mousepad is and STAYS artisan Shiden Kai Mid Large.


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Im using Roccat Taito



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Nope. I own one, it works at any DPI setting available.

Nope. I own TWO and both of them do malfunction at 1600 and 3500 CDPI when they reach a relatively low speed, both on cloth and plastic.

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Nope. I own TWO and both of them do malfunction at 1600 and 3500 CDPI when they reach a relatively low speed, both on cloth and plastic.
When were they made, and what software are you using?

You might just have a really unlucky couple of surfaces. Mine works at 1800 DPI on my desk and mouse pad without malfunction. 3600 DPI is way too much for me to use, so I don't bother; even when I used to prefer very high sensitivity, I never used above 1800 DPI.
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When were they made, and what software are you using?
You might just have a really unlucky couple of surfaces. Mine works at 1800 DPI on my desk and mouse pad without malfunction. 3600 DPI is way too much for me to use, so I don't bother; even when I used to prefer very high sensitivity, I never used above 1800 DPI.

 

 

Try to do a very fast swipe (like you would normally do if you were playing a 400-800 cpi) but at 1800 or 3500, you'll see what i'm talking about.

What i'm trying to say is that the malfunction speed is low, in comparison to other mices when you are using more than 800 CPI.

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Try to do a very fast swipe (like you would normally do if you were playing a 400-800 cpi) but at 1800 or 3500, you'll see what i'm talking about.


What i'm trying to say is that the malfunction speed is low, in comparison to other mices when you are using more than 800 CPI.
I don't have it right now to test, but of what I remember, I couldn't get it to skip on any DPI below 1800 (I don't care about above 1800). Why would you be moving it that fast at such a high DPI, though?

I do have my Deathadder to test and I can't get it to skip. It's the same sensor, so I wouldn't expect the G400 to skip, either.

You might be doing 30" swipes or something, though. I only have a 14" mouse pad.

Edit: it's listed as 2m/s when you go to 1800 DPI apparently. I can't ever imagine moving the mouse faster than 2m/s.
Edited by Art Vanelay - 10/20/12 at 9:13pm
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I don't have it right now to test, but of what I remember, I couldn't get it to skip on any DPI below 1800 (I don't care about above 1800). Why would you be moving it that fast at such a high DPI, though?
I do have my Deathadder to test and I can't get it to skip. It's the same sensor, so I wouldn't expect the G400 to skip, either.
You might be doing 30" swipes or something, though. I only have a 14" mouse pad.
Edit: it's listed as 2m/s when you go to 1800 DPI apparently. I can't ever imagine moving the mouse faster than 2m/s.

 

 

Ah, well that's why you probably never noticed! thumb.gif
I'm somewhat a low sensitivity user, and I often move my mice in large swipes very fast. I think that it is important for peoples to know that the G400 will malfunction if you use it like I do but at higher CPI steps. I find the mice to be pretty much flawless (in my opinion) at the 400 and 800 steps (that's why I own them, they are really great), but I would not use it if 1800 or 3500 was my sensitivity because of this problem.

 

 

 

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You might be doing 30" swipes or something, though. I only have a 14" mouse pad.

It's not about the distance, it is really just about the speed. If you move your mice only 2'', but really fast, it will malfunction at the said CDPI steps.

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Using the same hardware is rather meaningless in terms of measuring mice performance. Way too many factors to be concerned about smile.gif
Edited by Skylit - 10/21/12 at 7:17am
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