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Parallels between Overclock.net Mice forum and Ollivander's Wand Shop -- discuss.
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Parallels between Overclock.net Mice forum and Ollivander's Wand Shop -- discuss.

None. In HP people admire the wands and uses the first to kinda work for them. On OCN we buy tons of mice, call them terible with the first sign of a minor issue and look down upon all makers of mice.
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None. In HP people admire the wands and uses the first to kinda work for them. On OCN we buy tons of mice, call them terible with the first sign of a minor issue and look down upon all makers of mice.

we all kinda love logitech's performance but hate their cables and shells
Edited by munchzilla - 7/31/16 at 2:31pm
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we all kinda love logitech's performance but hate their cables and shells though.

This statement only proves his point.
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This statement only proves his point.

right, I was adding to it so I am not sure why I wrote "though". biggrin.gif
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Why is it laser illuminated optical sensors have speed relatede accuracy variance? Or in the common but incorrect terms, why do laser sensors have acceleration?

Also what are some good claw palm hybrid mice? I just realised i dont palm but hybrid grip my mice...
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Why is it laser illuminated optical sensors have speed relatede accuracy variance?

I'm interested, too
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http://www.pcgamer.com/gaming-mouse-myths-busted/

There you go.
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“If you look at the cloth pads that are made out of a structure of fibers, the laser is so accurate it ... is showing you the nature of the structure. You don’t care about that. You just want to measure a distance ... The laser will really go down into the surface and then, especially at low speed, will behave very differently. This is the reason you have a big difference between low and high speed.”

Laser-illuminated sensors work extremely well on hard pads, but on soft pads with more surface depth, they’re picking up too much useless information, which leads to discrepancies in how they track at different speeds. This is what most people call “acceleration,” but Morier calls it “resolution error versus speed.” (More on that in a second).

So how much difference is there between optical and laser-illuminated sensors, ultimately? According to Morier, laser-illuminated sensors have a 5-6 percent variation in tracking at different speeds. For the best optical sensors, that number is below 1 percent.

Edit: Added the explanation part if you're lazy to read.
Edited by Melan - 8/3/16 at 1:10pm
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My interpretation of that explanation is that 1. effective sensitivity varies by sensor-to-surface clearance, and 2. the laser illumination is making the surface height appear wildly varied, hence invoking the effect described in the first point.



(sideview of pad thickness)
Edited by daniel0731ex - 8/3/16 at 3:16pm
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afaik
1. 9500/9800/3310/3988 family intrinsically have higher variance (according to skylit, woll3)

2. the change in the speckle pattern seen by the sensor doesn't always correspond to the motion, since speckle is sort of random by definition.
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