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post #11 of 22
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Shame it's got the adns-9500 sensor, but I might still get one at some point.

0o, both use PAW3305DK, but with different Lenses.
post #12 of 22
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0o, both use PAW3305DK, but with different Lenses.
Derpity derp. That proves I don't know much about SS mice. Although I DID know kinzu is optical so I dunno why the hell I said that biggrin.gif

The sensor has low IPS, right?
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This looks, i dont know, interesting? Link redface.gif
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This looks, i dont know, interesting? Link redface.gif
Heheh smile.gif What a beauty

Seriously though, if there was a proper gaming mouse with a front part similar to that mouse (with added side support and way shorter back), I would buy it!
post #15 of 22
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The sensor has low IPS, right?

Depends on the Lense, Kinzu has ~1.8m/s, Kana roughly estimated ~3.6m/s.
post #16 of 22
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Derpity derp. That proves I don't know much about SS mice. Although I DID know kinzu is optical so I dunno why the hell I said that biggrin.gif

The sensor has low IPS, right?

Kana is kinda ok:





But only on 400 or 800 dpi, above that the prediction gets hilarious:

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post #17 of 22
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a proper gaming mouse with a front part similar to that mouse (with added side support and way shorter back)

the closest , that comes to that is the kinzu, afaik. However even flatter at the front, that would be rather unique/attractive.
post #18 of 22
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Kana is kinda ok: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



But only on 400 or 800 dpi, above that the prediction gets hilarious:
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Lol @ 3600 dpi biggrin.gif

I'd be using it at 800 dpi in 2d environment anyway so prediction and low malfunction speed shouldn't matter much. Guess that's the best thing currently.

@Thunderbringer; Talk about it smile.gif
post #19 of 22
zowie mico, g100s or cm storm xornet/spawn
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Lol @ 3600 dpi biggrin.gif

I'd be using it at 800 dpi in 2d environment anyway so prediction and low malfunction speed shouldn't matter much. Guess that's the best thing currently.

@Thunderbringer; Talk about it smile.gif

Just remember to replace the feets, I recently tried the Kana back at April 2013 and it had the absolute the worst feet I ever used. Also, beware of the braided cord, it is very stiff and has a lot of "memory." I suggest you to buy the CS GO, i-cafe, or dota version, they have rubber cords.
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