Originally Posted by Nixtix
- sensor: i don't know what they build into the sensor, but i needed very long to get used to it. and i am not yet really satisfied.
i tried severall dpi steps (400, 800 thats one of the predefined, 1800 also one of the 5 keysteps) but i don't get the feeling of accuracy like on my other mice.
don't know if there is some kind of interpolation or whatever, but for me personally (at the moment) its a backstep in comparison to the 3.5G DA.
i tried with synapse 2.0 running and without. no change. but it isn't a kind of lag like on the Taipan, it just doesn't go where i want to aim at.
i need to add that i switch my mice quiet often coming from IE 3.0, Zowie EC1, Logitech MX518 and G400. i swap around a lot, and normally i need 10 minutes
and im into a mouse. needed hours with this one to aim quiet secure.
Anyone else that bought the mouse experience this? This would be a major let down if it were true, hopefully it can be fixed with a firmware update.
I've been using the mouse for a few days now and I much prefer it over my OG 1800 DA. I've never used a 3.5G or BE so I can't compare to those.
I've not noticed the sensor acting strange or having trouble aiming with it but then again I've almost used exclusively DA's so i'm probably used to the feel.
I agree with the buttons having a lot of feedback and feeling nice. The right mouse click is quite light and I too sometimes press it when I am lazily browsing the web. I haven't accidentally pressed is during gaming so doesn't affect me.
Overall though, I am impressed with the mouse and find it a worthy replacement to my old DA. Will definitely be keeping this one.