Originally Posted by Abacus1234
This is being pedantic to a degree that surprises me even on these forums. Seriously, I just set up the mouse so that I am not dragging the entire cord around, just like with a mouse bungee. It doesn't "completely remove" cord drag, but it affects my gaming precision exactly 0%.
What is overwhelmingly
more pedantic is giving more weight on theoretical considerations on minute
differences in latencies that are practically impossible to be detected by any human right now on earth ..and then ignoring the obviously more important factor of a cable getting in the way or even its passive force.
What is even more worrying is that people often base their beliefs on totally false information. e.g. Almost 100% of the time I see people ignoring that the G700 receiver is modded for 1ms latency (not that anyone could manually personally detect it, of course) or basing beliefs on 'superior sensor technology' on questionable tests from 2006, without even including newer mice and tests that only apply to cloth mats.