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G100s, lighter color mousepad, less lift-off distance?

post #1 of 23
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I have a Logitech G100s and plain black cloth mousepad. The LOD is slightly too high for me. Will a light grey cloth mousepad lessen the lift-off distance?
post #2 of 23
Not necessarily, try a hard surface, like your desk if LOD gets lower.
You can always put a small piece of tape over the sensor,
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and experiment with how much of the sensor hole you need to cover to not block tracking, and find the right LOD for you. I could reduce my G100s' LOD to about 1mm wink.gif
Edited by phl0w - 7/17/13 at 1:45am
post #3 of 23
where to get new feeds anyway? hyperglides are to thick to put it on the old mousefeed spots, even with high lift off. Not that the mouse starts skipping, but it kinda alters the tracking feeling.
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post #4 of 23
If you use tape to mess with LOD you will decrease performance. I rather find a mouse pad that gives me what I want.
post #5 of 23
Thread Starter 
added tape. made sure to not block the sensor. i can reach the same speeds on the enotus test @ 1000dpi which ~2.8m/s
post #6 of 23
So, could you improve the LOD, i.e. reduce it?
post #7 of 23
Quote:
Originally Posted by popups View Post

If you use tape to mess with LOD you will decrease performance. I rather find a mouse pad that gives me what I want.

As Xanatos wrote he could still achieve ~2.8 m/s.
Are there any other possible performance downgrades other than speed?
post #8 of 23
There is a new revision of g100s with g402 sensor - AM010 N1303T.

Older has AM010 N1301T.

U can recognize ur model by number: the newest is 910-003615. If u have lower number, for example 910-003538, it means that u have N1301T.
post #9 of 23
Mine starts with 810-00XXXX. Is it confirmed that the newer one has 0 smoothing like the g402 as opposed to the 1ms smoothing that cpate hinted that the g100s has/had?
post #10 of 23
I just noticed that the model number on the box is different then the one on the bottom of the mouse. The number on the box starts with 910 and the mouse starts with 810. Aren't they suppose to have the same model number?
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