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post #21 of 25
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Because it's too big but the Sensei is ambitextrous and i like placement of her cliques
Yes but it's a big mouse. In my opinion it should be less effective than smaller mice except for palm grip gamers
For me tracking quality is just a gimmick according to a pro gamer in interview.
Most mice have a known market quality tracking ample after it becomes like the marketing too high dpi
Because they sponsored
I hate mice with low lift off prefer big lift off i have one logitech optical low end It has an horrible precision, lag and lift off very low, but I use it because of its ergonomic design that I find perfect for this info is a RX250 which has the same ergonomics as the g3.
'll avoid the Deathadder because I hate the ergonomics of the shape of the Razer click too angular, the extreme fragility of the piece of the hull to support the switch broke after a year.
Razer is finished for me, this is a brand fanboy pigeon as those who bought an iPhone because they believe that it is better performance level while not redface.gif
I would buy the Deathadder BE ONLY just out of curiosity after buying a real mouse partion to players who do joke with the word quality.
Those who advise the Razer mouse for totally discredit the seriousness of the forum. redface.gif
Same for those who are obsessed with the quality of the sensor so that it does not know the difference with most mice.
The positive acceleration will be imperceptible and will not interfere with performance in my opinion.
This makes the quality of a pro gamer mouse is its lightness and ergonomics thumb.gif
Frenchy iff you dont care about postive acceleration why not try the SS Raw . Deathadder has great sensor and all but imo i just cant consider it a starcraft mouse i played too many clicking based games and got owned in them cause it felt sluggish but in fps i was doing pretty well on 1800 setting
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post #22 of 25
Team Scorpion Zealot is very small, mostly ambidextrous (except for one side button), and weighs only 63g. Unfortunately, the sensor is an Avago 9500, which has acceleration, but despite that (not that the 9500 is terrible...it might not have entirely linear tracking, but it's still much more consistent than cheap/non-gaming sensors), the small size and light weight make it very controllable with a fingertip grip.

Might be suitable for your needs.
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post #23 of 25
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Frenchy iff you dont care about postive acceleration why not try the SS Raw . Deathadder has great sensor and all but imo i just cant consider it a starcraft mouse i played too many clicking based games and got owned in them cause it felt sluggish but in fps i was doing pretty well on 1800 setting

 


I see no problems switching back and forth between my G500, G400 and my DA in strategy games. 

 

Could you elaborate about whatt make it feel sluggish to you?

post #24 of 25
I used to play with a lightweight gigabyte mouse for about 4 years that why i have this feeling
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post #25 of 25
I work as a gaming gears seller, have tested maybe all the gears in the market, hope my knowledgecan help you
1st of all, which games you spend most of time? Cause a mouse for RPG I think not suitable for fps. Just my opinion.
2nd, all gaming mice have issues. Name me any mouse works perfect, I gonna give it to you.
And the surface, which mousepad will you use your mouse with? Why you need it work on many surface? Will you play game with a carpet used as a mousepad
Try Razer Taipan, it's very impressive. Best mouse from Razer, and I prefer it more than Steelseries flagship, Sensei.
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