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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.

Didn't read that before so: We here on this forum don't base our "beliefs" in 'superior sensor technology' on the ESR Mousescore (which is from 2007 btw) but on the tests done by users on this very forum that have much more depth to them than what Sujoy did back then. The informed people here consider all new mice, but we are aware that the A9500/9800 based mice have a flaw, at least as long as you consider acceleration a flaw. This acceleration is not only on cloth mats but on any surface. The tracking consistency is just bad on older A9500 but has reportedly been fixed on newer iterations. These informations aren't false. There are many new mice that are considered very good or even perfect by those serious competitive FPS gamers (the ones Sujoys test was meant for), like the Zowie FK, Logitech G400, Roccat Savu, Razer Deathadder 2013. But even between these there are trade offs made so each appeals to different users. If you are an RTS, MMO or MOBA player you might want to consider completely different mice anyway.

There is no truly flawless mouse on this planet. There are however those that are perfect for certain requirements. If you don't mind acceleration and high weight, or even like high weight, and do not feel any downside while playing wireless than by all means: G700 might be perfect for you.
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You are wasting your time.
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You are wasting your time.

I know but I couldn't help it
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