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post #21 of 67
It's very likely this will be the first mouse in quite a while I'll buy. I'd prefer it a little bigger, I'd prefer on-board memory (because I use Linux as my main OS and therefore don't have the "pleasure" to use Synapse 2.0) and I'd prefer some side buttons. But judging from what was on the market until now, this is the best thing that could ever happen (ADNS-3090 mice don't work well on the icemat unfortunately -- a feature that is a necessity for me).

Thanks for the review!

Oh and you don't happen to own an Icemat/ Steelseries I-1 or I-2 and can test compatibility? Although seeing this sensor having less jitter issues than the 3090/3888 I'd probably risk taking the plunge anyway because this was the main concern with the Icemat.
post #22 of 67
Thanks for the review. If this mouse is ever available in the US I will most likely buy one as well. I just hope it isn't too narrow.
post #23 of 67
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Originally Posted by MONVMENTVM View Post

It's very likely this will be the first mouse in quite a while I'll buy. I'd prefer it a little bigger, I'd prefer on-board memory (because I use Linux as my main OS and therefore don't have the "pleasure" to use Synapse 2.0) and I'd prefer some side buttons. But judging from what was on the market until now, this is the best thing that could ever happen (ADNS-3090 mice don't work well on the icemat unfortunately -- a feature that is a necessity for me).
Thanks for the review!
Oh and you don't happen to own an Icemat/ Steelseries I-1 or I-2 and can test compatibility? Although seeing this sensor having less jitter issues than the 3090/3888 I'd probably risk taking the plunge anyway because this was the main concern with the Icemat.

Sorry, don't have any glass-pads.

Like I said the native default DPI seems to be 1800-ish, which is very usable for desktop etc. For games which you can adjust sensitivity in, it should also be fine.
I forgot to check the native HZ, and how well it tracked pre synapse. However, as far as I can tell, synapse is all configuration, no actual drivers. I would bet that the performance without it is fine.
post #24 of 67
Oh man, the mouse is so tiny.
post #25 of 67
It's tiny and yet weighs 85g. I don't get it. Hopefully they refresh the Abyssus for everyone NOT in China.
post #26 of 67
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Originally Posted by reddy89 View Post

It's tiny and yet weighs 85g. I don't get it. Hopefully they refresh the Abyssus for everyone NOT in China.

It doesn't feel any different in weight than the abyssus Imo. The weight is negligible, ad if anything contributes to the solid feel without being at all burdensome. The abyssus in comparison feels more cheap i think...
post #27 of 67
Where did you guys order this?
post #28 of 67
The more I see this mouse, the more I feel bad for BST... :X
post #29 of 67
Is there any way to adjust the DPI without drivers ? I understand that the default DPI/Hz is 1800DPI/1000Hz?
The polling rate doesn't bother me too much, but I seriously don't want to adjust my windows sensitivity at all, meaning I want low (400ish) DPI.

If the DPI cannot be changed (lowered) without drivers then this mouse is a no go.
post #30 of 67
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Where did you guys order this?

http://www.ebay.es/itm/New-Razer-Krait-essential-ambidextrous-Gaming-Mouse-6400dpi-4G-2013-new-version-/170954638576?pt=US_Mouse_Pads_Wrist_Rests&hash=item27cdb0c4f0
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