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were any of you able to make sensei get to its malfunction speed ? (The max I can get with my hand is 5m/s and besides the neg/pos accel I can't see if it's malfunctioning).
I used 4hd
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That laser sensor can go fast on the a of surfaces, if it wasn't for the acceleration bug I'm fairly certain no one would give the 3090 a second glance.
    
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That laser sensor can go fast on the a of surfaces, if it wasn't for the acceleration bug I'm fairly certain no one would give the 3090 a second glance.

Yes I know but I mean, was anyone here able to make it collapse ?
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Can't talk about the Sensei, but I can tell you that I maxed out with the NAOS 5000 at 5.3 m/s, wouldn't go faster for me. As I hit that mark pretty consistently I guess it's the mouse and not my arm limitation wink.gif I really had to throw myself into it though to reach that.

That test was on the HeatoN pad, on cloth it wouldn't go as high (neg accel)
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I have a hard time making even sensors rated at a max 3m/s malfunction. I'd say anything over 2.5 really suffices for me in everyday use. Or rather, I would like a mouse where the perfect control speed goes up to 2.5.
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Can't talk about the Sensei, but I can tell you that I maxed out with the NAOS 5000 at 5.3 m/s, wouldn't go faster for me. As I hit that mark pretty consistently I guess it's the mouse and not my arm limitation wink.gif I really had to throw myself into it though to reach that.

That test was on the HeatoN pad, on cloth it wouldn't go as high (neg accel)

So it's limit is around 5m/s, the max I got was 4.95m/s so you won me bro.
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