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deathadder 2013 hands down
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post #52 of 106
The 3.5G/Black is better than the 2013.
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Originally Posted by exousia View Post

What this man said. On the proper surface, the g9x feels more precise than my g400. Hard to put my finger on why, but it does..

The laser just has twice the frames per second / megapixel coverage, so the laser feels more fluid. As for accuracy, the g9x shape is vastly superior to the god awful g400 shape might be another factor.
post #54 of 106
Megapixel rating doesn't always depict smoothness. Theoretically, you can have very large array running at lower 3000-4000 frame rate, with a bigger total processing spec than 9500/9800 sensors.

shape be subjective.
Edited by Skylit - 5/14/13 at 11:11pm
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I just got a Sensei RAW rubberized and I love it. Not sure if you FPS crazies dig it though wink.gif. I use a glass steelseries surface and it just feels like butter.
post #56 of 106
I have a Corsair M65. Highly recommend.

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How is the Kinzu v2 switches compare to the zowie AM?
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How is the Kinzu v2 switches compare to the zowie AM?
The switches of the standard Kinzu v2 are for sure louder and for sure at least as hard as the AM ones. Get the Kinzu v2 Pro Edition. It uses the standard Omron switches. Of course it is surprising considering the price that a cheaped out version even exists. Why not simply make one version with bearable switches and Teflon feet? Hello? Mouse feet that glide? Is that considered luxury? Why make a cheap version which behaves like a low quality toy? Ugly.

Later on they finally gave the Xana Teflon feet, don't know about the standard Kinzu. I wonder how many mouse pads have been damaged by their plastic mouse feet.
Edited by Jalal - 5/15/13 at 8:55am
post #59 of 106
What's these talks about DA 2013 input lag?
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http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/g9x-blackwidow-tournament-edition-lan-party,3359.html

http://www.tomsguide.com/us/gaming-mouse-performance,review-1472-2.html


some reviews about g9x. Obviously depends on your need, I'd suggest trying them out before you buy them for your comfort. I have a small hand using claw grip and 800-1000dpi setting. The wide mouse shell is very comfortable to me.
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