Originally Posted by jayfkay
what game you play
Originally Posted by precise
The Razer Deathadder 3.5G does NOT use the Avago A3090 optical sensor but rather a custom S3888. Supposedly, infrared illumination of these optical sensors provide optimal accuracy compared to standard blue or red illumination found in other optical mice. In my view I find the Razer Deathadder 3.5G to be incredibly accurate at 900 DPI and 500 Hz with the 3.5G driver installed. The Razer Deathadder 3.5G shares the same shape as the Comfort Mouse 6000 (roughly) but is much more expensive. The Comfort Mouse 6000 is locked at a 125 Hz polling rate and is a 1000 DPI mouse. However it cannot be recommended if you do not accept or tolerate in-built prediction into mouse sensors which all of the Comfort series have quite a lot of.
There is no 'best' low DPI mouse it all comes down to how the mouse fits your hand because when you compare higher end sensors Avago A9500, A3090 and custom Avago sensors found in the Razer Deathadder you can expect them all to have roughly similar performance in terms of precision and speed limit of the mouse. The smoothness of the Avago A9500 mice (e.g Xai) on a hard plastic surface is quite enjoyable personally.
Thank you for the information.
By best low dpi mouse, I meant which mouse has the highest perfect tracking speed at 125hz. I play on low resolutions so anything higher than say 450-500 dpi is too much.
As for prediction/angle snapping/drift control (whatever people are calling it these days) it doesnt matter to me. I've always preferred not having it, but some mice I've used in the past had it and it wasn't a deal breaker.