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post #1 of 15
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Are the RAW's equipped with the 9800 or the 9500 ? Do they smooth the movements ?
post #2 of 15
Avago ADNS 9500, there is no mouse smoothing as far as I and many others can tell.
post #3 of 15
By smoothing you mean prediction I think. I know that the 9500 has not prediction. I would assume the 9800 does not have it either, though I have seen no tests with this mouse.
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Originally Posted by ezisatnaF View Post

Avago ADNS 9500, there is no mouse smoothing as far as I and many others can tell.

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Originally Posted by kazuyamishima View Post

By smoothing you mean prediction I think. I know that the 9500 has not prediction. I would assume the 9800 does not have it either, though I have seen no tests with this mouse.

The 9500 has positive and negative acceleration depending on your surface. Most people get used to it fast and don't mind it though.

I would also caution that the [RAW] and the Sensei are not the same mice, in case you were thinking of getting the [RAW] because it's a Sensei with a rubber top.

Having owned both, I can't recommend the [RAW]
Edited by GridIroN - 3/3/13 at 10:55am
post #5 of 15
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Originally Posted by GridIroN View Post


The 9500 has positive and negative acceleration depending on your surface.

I am aware of this. But prediction and acceleration are two different things.
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Originally Posted by kazuyamishima View Post

I am aware of this. But prediction and acceleration are two different things.

I didn't say they were, I just made the statement smile.gif
post #7 of 15
No worries. Just thought I should point that out. Personally I can live with a little prediction , but acceleration is a real issue when it gets bad enough .
post #8 of 15
The accel curve from said sensors isn't even that large or bad enough to distort the natural precision curve of the cursor. lol
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

The accel curve from said sensors isn't even that large or bad enough to distort the natural precision curve of the cursor. lol

No, it's not but that's not really the point. It may be small, but you can still feel it. I can feel the negative accel on a Goliathus vs the positive on a Scarab. Some people may not notice it at all. Some people hate this type thing and would rather opt for a 3888.
Edited by GridIroN - 3/4/13 at 12:11pm
post #10 of 15
I have a Goliathus Speed and I do not experience negative acceleration no matter how fast I swipe with my Sensei (like 5.3m/s) only positive and it doesnt really bother me but I haven't played much with it. My sensei raw was annoying as it made a high frequency noise often.
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