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I really would not recommend the Philips Twin Eye laser sensor.
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post #12 of 23
Quote:
Originally Posted by Artifact View Post

I'm using one on a cloth pad (Razer Naga on Goliathus Speed) at this very moment, and not experiencing what you describe.

Then you must be using one with the new firmware that ruins tracking to attempt fixing the z-axis.
post #13 of 23
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Originally Posted by VindalooJim View Post

I really would not recommend the Philips Twin Eye laser sensor.

What's your reasoning?
post #14 of 23
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

Then you must be using one with the new firmware that ruins tracking to attempt fixing the z-axis.
Stock Naga Hex firmware. The Z-axis problem is present, since the pointer jerks slightly to the bottom right every time I lift and put down the mouse. The tracking is otherwise flawless—I've tested it quite thoroughly.

You may want to reevaluate what you think you know about this sensor.
post #15 of 23
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Originally Posted by Artifact View Post

Stock Naga Hex firmware. The Z-axis problem is present, since the pointer jerks slightly to the bottom right every time I lift and put down the mouse. The tracking is otherwise flawless—I've tested it quite thoroughly.

You may want to reevaluate what you think you know about this sensor.

Early twin eye sensor mice had these problems, loads of people complained and Razer responded to this by releasing firmware with "dynamic dpi scaling" which tried to drop the DPI down at low speeds to prevent click jitter and vibrations from causing the mouse to wander. This totally ruined the overall tracking.

I'm willing to bet that the Naga Hex comes stock with this dynamic scaling because unless the sensor grew a third eye I don't think you can get rid of this problem.
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Originally Posted by Artifact View Post

You may want to reevaluate what you think you know about this sensor.

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Edited by Derp - 6/12/13 at 1:45pm
post #16 of 23
about the Sensor, A3090 and A9500, whats better? I hear someone said the optical sensor is better than Laser sensor
post #17 of 23
3090. No prediction, no accel. Pretty much what every gamer is looking for. Depending on the lens and pad there could be tracking/jitter issues. A9500 tracks pretty well universally but has prediction and accel. I think there might be a few implementations out there without the prediction, I don't know which mice these are though. A9500 always has accel issues though.

I own a couple A9500 mice that are quite nice (Naos 5000 is my favorite), but honestly they don't stand up to my opticals performance wise which is why they collect dust. Even something with an A3050 (prediction) is preferable in my opinion.

It really comes down to what the user is looking for though. I would say for FPS, 3050/3090 is easily the obvious choice. For other game types or office usage a laser mouse might be preferable or transparent in usage. There is also a much deeper pool of laser mice in lots of form factors to find something you like.
post #18 of 23
czerro, did you even read the original posting? Because your reply is completely irrelevant to the issue at hand. wink.gif
post #19 of 23
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Originally Posted by phl0w View Post

czerro, did you even read the original posting? Because your reply is completely irrelevant to the issue at hand. wink.gif

Not to mention that some things stated are not exactly true.
post #20 of 23
Was replying to zivng's question. What did I say that isn't true?
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