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What is/are the most important spec(s) characteristic(s) of the sensor for choose a new mouse with a flawess tracking ?

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I want choose a new mouse with a flawess tracking : precise and ultra-responsive who collects the most perfect high accelerations



Frames per second: unity in seconds.

Inches per second: unity in inches.

Mega pixels per second: unity in MP.

Maximum acceleration : unity in G is it a spec for the mouse shape or just a spec of the sensor gravity that can absorb confused.gif

What the severity for a mouse confused.gif



Questions in bonus tongue.gif : What does it mean angle snapping, jitters, neg accel, accel postive ?

Try to explain me Please with a simple language as if I was a little kid because my understanding of English is not very good.

This will help me to choose between : Sensei, G9x, G400, Deathadders versions, Roccat Savu



I really need to change my old very cheap basic Logitech RX250 with hard unpleasant cliques but extremely robust it works perfectly since 2011 thumb.gif

http://www.logitech.com/fr-fr/product/rx250-optical-mouse-business?crid=1256#section=specs
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Questions in bonus : What does it mean angle snapping, jitters, neg accel, accel postive ?

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One more reason to make wo1fwood´s Thread a sticky. :x The Savu is to recommend, however the Deathadder (3 and 3.5 g - cant say anything about the 4g) are less picky about surface/mat.
Edited by Thunderbringer - 4/7/13 at 4:20am
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A few:

- Goes up to 1800 dpi with decent tracking (any higher seems useless to me for FPS's) without extreme jittering
- High max tracking speed nearing 4 m/s

That's pretty much it for me. Funny enough so few mice actually get this right.
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One more reason to make wo1fwood´s Thread a sticky.

I had never before seen this topic thank you very much for this precious info rolleyes.gif
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The Savu is to recommend, however the Deathadder (3 and 3.5 g - cant say anything about the 4g) are less picky about surface/mat

Well you think the savu outperform the DA 3,5g and 4g in term of precision and reactivity of tracking at high speed ??? That's the point wink.gif
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Funny enough so few mice actually get this right.
Yeah funny to see manufacturers prefer use marketing than offer real performance for pro gamer customers in their mice...

My RX250 have 1000 ppp and a lot of neg accel at high speed her malfunction speed is too low I'm sure I would improve my results hugely if I bought a new high-quality gaming mouse

I feel clearly hendicappé in games when my opponent faiit the trick circle and I can not jump to the target correctment without lag or move my cursor to the edges of the screen
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Well you think the savu outperform the DA 3,5g and 4g in term of precision and reactivity of tracking at high speed ??? That's the point

In my experience, the Savu delivers more at native 400/800 (>4m/s), compared to DA3G&DA3.5G 450/900. I dont own a DA/krait 2013 so i cannot compare. Far as i know 100-6400 dpi >4m/s.

Cursor behaviour (Steelseries NP+) , judge for yourself:


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Funny enough so few mice actually get this right.

Yeah. Like no one cares.. But some do! ..
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In my opinion I think the tracking quality is the most important feature on a mouse, it's the way a mouse detects the movement on the surface, that can also affect the other "specs". Just try the savu or 3.0. Then use a zowie and you'll get what I mean.
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In my opinion I think the tracking quality is the most important feature on a mouse,

Yes because very high level gaming mouse tracking has high quality can make the difference where we do not have the right to be wrong at the responsiveness and accuracy of the target.

The slightest error is paid by death.

These errors when gamer's business that earns money is innaceptable the team pays the player

Details such as the quality of the carpet, cliques, ergonomics, mouseskate quality make all the difference in an experienced player thumb.gif

Razer mice have great tracking and quality skates, don't know for their mousepads but are sin for the ergonomics and durability of their cliques in my personal experience.
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