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Good day friends, I now wanted to know what their mouse is the best technological considerations.
At this point I would like to buy a mouse, but faced the choice is not clear what should I buy when there are so many mice.
while I think minions
1.Razer DA
2.G400 v2
3.Zowie E1/E2
4.Microsoft 1.1/3.0
here no steelseries as you see, I think that their mouse is not reliable!
post #2 of 58
Agreed on Razer Deathadder and G400.

Going from G9x to Razer DA Black there is no way I am ever going to use another mouse with acceleration for competitive online fps. I know officially the G9x sensor has at most 5% acceleration variance but ingame its a big difference especially when you are a low sense player like I.

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900dpi / 0.56 sens ingame.
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Agreed on Razer Deathadder and G400.

Going from G9x to Razer DA Black there is no way I am ever going to use another mouse with acceleration for competitive online fps. I know officially the G9x sensor has at most 5% acceleration variance but ingame its a big difference especially when you are a low sense player like I.

1680x1050 res
900dpi / 0.56 sens ingame.
but the presence of internal memory gives g9x some advantage of these
I think that the optics> laser
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but the presence of internal memory gives g9x some advantage of these
I think that the optics> laser

Depends on what you need the "internal memory" for. Only to store your settings? Then the DA can do the same, it remembers your settings. If you want macros (a no-no for me in FPS, but that's just my opinion) you need some other mouse, that's true. But I can't help you there as I never really cared for macros wink.gif I think my Savu is capable of them, but I'm not sure.
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In this topic, friends, I would like to know what a mouse can give me an advantage in this particular game. Such as technologically advanced sensor g400 ...
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1. Razer DeathAdder: flawless tracking, high lift-off distance (can be modded, configurable on the 2013 edition)

2. Logitech G400: flawless tracking

3. Zowie EC1/EC2: slight positive acceleration, prediction

4. Microsoft WMO/IMO/IME 1.1/3.0: flawless tracking, low precision, outdated tech

It really just comes down to which one you find more comfortable between the DA and the G400. The Razer Abyssus also has flawless tracking, if you don't care about extra buttons.
Edited by Artifact - 1/23/13 at 7:30am
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In this topic, friends, I would like to know what a mouse can give me an advantage in this particular game. Such as technologically advanced sensor g400 ...

None will give you an advantage over the other, it's always the player making the difference wink.gif All a mouse can do is not stand in the way of your capabilities. So if you have very fast hand/arm movement and reach high speeds with the mouse you need one that can keep up with that without skipping, spinning out or adding acceleration. If you don't then it comes down to many little things that are personal preference, like shape, feel of the buttons, number of buttons, aestethics, whatever. There are also differences in cursor fidelity, but that's hard to measure imo.
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1. Razer DeathAdder: flawless tracking, high lift-off distance (can be modded, configurable on the 2013 edition)

2. Logitech G400: flawless tracking

3. Zowie E1/E2: slight positive acceleration, prediction

4. Microsoft WMO/IMO/IME 1.1/3.0: flawless tracking, low precision, outdated tech

It really just comes down to which one you find more comfortable between the DA and the G400. The Razer Abyssus also has flawless tracking, if you don't care about extra buttons.
The Zowie EC1 dont Have acceleration it has prediction though I also heard the DA 2013 fixed I haven't gotten any spinning with mines since the firmware update you could try that
Edited by nlmiller0015 - 1/23/13 at 7:10am
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The Zowie EC1 dont Have acceleration it has prediction though I also heard the DA 2013 fixed I haven't gotten any spinning with mines since the firmware update you could try that
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTsgGd4MTTI

He actually tests the mouse for acceleration in CS, and finds some (7:30)

And yes, the DA 2013 issues were corrected—that's why I pointed out the LoD is configurable on it.
post #10 of 58
I liked both the Razer Deathadder and the Xai from Steelseries which you seem to not like for some reason. I had some some RSI problems with the DA myself, but I just got unlucky I guess. mad.gif
You could buy a MS mouse and see if you like it, then buy something else if you're not content with it. It might be a good training exercise as well.
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