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Looking for a mouse with some prediction , small and light

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Hey guys !
Im looking for a mouse with some prediction , small and light . . Razer Salmosa has been perfect for a long time . But i want someting new for a change. Any ideas?
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How much perfect control speed do you need? The Kinzu v2 has prediction but the prediction isn't as strong as it is in the salmosa. The main problem with the Kinzu V2 is the low perfect control speed.

Another mouse that you might be interested in is the TT esports Azureus mini. Should have similar prediction to the salmosa. This review below says it weights 96g but has 20g of removable weight ( you need to pull the mouse apart and ruin the feet to remove it though). The Azurues will have a higher tracking speed compared to the Kinzu V2 as long as you stick with 400 or 800 dpi. Another thing to note is that the Azurues will probably have a much higher lift off distance than the Kinzu V2.

http://www.teamliquid.net/forum/viewmessage.php?topic_id=312305
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I need more perfect control speed than kinzu v2 . I got a few mouses =) And i got that one . Must say shape is perferct but sensor cant handle my play. I play alot off gungame css . So i turn around and fast the other way around again . And i swipe the mouse pretty fast to . I will look into the mouse link you gave me . And for the fun off it i just ordered this mouse http://www.overclock.net/t/1355990/zalman-zm-m250-kinzu-clone . was so cheep tongue.gif
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