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post #41 of 48

I dont find the sensei to be slippery at all. Glossy does not mean slippery; it actually provide a really good grip, even with dry hands.

post #42 of 48
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Ah, I just heard people say it feels slippery and lacks grip, which is why they have other ones with grips, but I'd be fine, doesn't seem any different from the way my old mouse was.
post #43 of 48

I dont have any problems with mine. I find it a lot easier to lift than the deathadder black edition. 

post #44 of 48
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I'm using the old blue 3.5g sensor'd one, and the uneven shape with the big ridge/hump at the top bothers me during lifting.
post #45 of 48
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Alright, I bought the sensei, just need to test it out, hopefully it works as well as I hope it will.
post #46 of 48
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Originally Posted by phl0w View Post


Then go with it. So many pros that game with Sensei, Kinzu, Xai, and don't whine about acceleration or other sensor flaws. It's only Joe Public who thinks he needs a perfect sensor, when in reality there's no such thing.
Both the Sensei, and the Taipan will do exactly that wink.gif
However, I'd rather give my money SteelSeries than Razer.

 

Pro gamers are sponsored and use whatever their sponsor wants them too regardless of quality. Many SC2 pros use terrible hardware that leave them at a detriment because they're sponsored to use it. 

 

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Originally Posted by splinterize View Post

I dont find the sensei to be slippery at all. Glossy does not mean slippery; it actually provide a really good grip, even with dry hands.

 

Really? I do. The slick metal paint makes my hand sweat and the it becomes slick with moisture. It's really uncomfortable...which sucks because I love the mose, and the [RAW] is a totally different product with totally different haptics and I hated it.

 

post #47 of 48
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Well, first game with it in Crossfire pub-stomping, 40/11, second 38/5. I'd like to say I love this thing. biggrin.gif
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