Originally Posted by RegalX
high input lag were the proof for this Im not calling you a liar just need proof. I heard g500s has input lag but logitech released a firmware that fixes that but it still a laser mouse and it will not do for my cloth pad
Didnt mean as high as in g500s or m65.
Proof is in threads threads about da2013/krait2013.
Theres no way DA with optical sensor has no smoothing and is responsive with such high quality 6400 dpi that is almost completely jitter free.
Any good laser a6010/a9500/a9800 mouse should work fine on cloth.
My a4tech a6010/a9500 mice have no weird tracking on cloth and never spazzed out because of dust.
Doubt that g500s(a9800) is completely fixed so it feels as mediocre as a9500.
From m60/m90 thread about m65(a9800) "fixed" input lag:
Originally Posted by woll3
Fixed and "fixed" are two different things, even with the latest srom the loss in accuracy i have with the lg in q3 is more than 12 percent just because the cursor can't keep up with the movement speed / the direction changes i make.
Originally Posted by L4dd
Would that be prevented via disabling it from startup?
Depends on how driver works, if its just a simple interface where you run small program and change settings, then no. But its probably some heavy stuff that adds and changes windows device drivers and has services that run in the background. Its most probably the 2nd type as people complained about even more delay with synapse on.Edited by Berserker1 - 8/4/13 at 2:14am