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+1 for the Savu. I've been shredding people in Dota 2 with it. Feels amazing with a fingertip grip.
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Roccat Savu best tracking IMO. smile.gif

However if the shell / size dosent work for you it won't matter how great the sensor is.
     
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Logitech G400 or DA 3.5/Black Edition with legacy drivers.
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^^^2 years old article?^^^
     
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Noticed the link on the bottom of the page to Skylit's OCN link. smile.gif
     
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You should avoid Razer unless its the Deathadder 3.5. Even the new one has many issues. Ergonomically they're usually nice but have lots of lift off issues on the Z axis
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Originally Posted by Icanhasbanana View Post

You should avoid Razer unless its the Deathadder 3.5. Even the new one has many issues. Ergonomically they're usually nice but have lots of lift off issues on the Z axis


Do you have deathadder yourself or you just heard from someone else about this issue?
i have deathadder 2013 and im not using synapse2 i just use my mouse (900 dpi) plug n play and it works just fine
i never experience any z axis issues nor do i have any issue with the lift off distance. it works just as it is intended
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Do you have deathadder yourself or you just heard from someone else about this issue?
i have deathadder 2013 and im not using synapse2 i just use my mouse (900 dpi) plug n play and it works just fine
i never experience any z axis issues nor do i have any issue with the lift off distance. it works just as it is intended

Don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to diss Razer. I thoroughly enjoy their products. Most of what I know is based on online benchmarks and videos of the Z-Axis issue, but I also have the Naga Molten which tracks nicely, but has the Z-Axis lift off issue. He asked for the best sensor, so I just warned him with precautinary intentions.

Hope that clears it out; and the Deathadder is also a very nice mouse. I tried the 3.5G and I thoroughly liked the sensor and ergonomics, but from what I've read the Deathadder 2013 edition had some issues. I just wanted to give a heads up about it as OP wishes for a "perfect" sensor. Other than that, I would recommend Razer mice.
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