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post #21 of 102
I bought into the hype of the new sensor and got the CM Storm Sentinel Advanced 2. It has some lag. If it becomes unbearable, I'll certainly pick up one of these. thumb.gif

Wonder if there will be a refresh of the Zibal series as well.
post #22 of 102
Im forced to use a deathadder right now but If you guys can make amidextrous mouse like wmo with 2 side buttons and with the 3090 sensor ill buy like 10 of those thing to last me a life time
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You guys at mionix should make a 3090 sensor xai shape mouse with the cool mionix theme, people will eat that up. There are currently not many mice out there with the perfect shape / sensor combination, I feel atleast for me that the xaI / 1.1 shape is the best the zowie is way too thin and creats problems when pulling down my crosshair for controlling spray in game.

Did you try one of the naos mice before? They already have the PERFECT palmgrip shape

imo they should make something more fitting for fingertip or clawgrip
post #24 of 102
I have used a 3200 it felt of high quality but I don't like that shape, the shape felt similat to the ikari optical. Im looking into getting a mionix zibal 60 tho.
post #25 of 102
I tried the NAOS 3200 and found it to be somewhat comfortable but a little annoying to lift up. The buttons felt crisp and the scroll wheel was pretty good but I prefer the CM Spawn shape for smaller mice and the Deathadder shape for larger ones.
post #26 of 102
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Honestly talking, in the end you guys will have to move on to the 3090 just as Madcatz did with thier RAT3, beacause as you know, 3060 is SADLY a discounted sensor.

RAT3 is a bad example(bad PCS, Tracking etc. etc.), i have to say that i wouldeven prefer the Twin Eye Version which i also have tested 2 or 3 years ago, over the new one, and there wont be any new firmware. But youre right, the 3090 is the only way to go at the Moment.
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I imagine someone has answered this before elsewhere but does the 9800 do anything about the acceleration in previous versions of this sensor?
    
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No
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Then I continue to not understand the point of this sensor.
    
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Then I continue to not understand the point of this sensor.

Higher DPI and less jitter at high DPI I guess?

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