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post #11 of 19
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I get what you guys are saying.
But what I don't get is why you are making such a big deal out of the word "flawless".
Sure, nothing is ever really flawless, everyone knows that.
But the flaws can be so neglectable that you can call it "flawless". That's what those little thingys are for "".

My problem here is, that there are a bazillion of mice out there that seem to fit my preferences. Design, number of buttons, shape etc.
But with most of them, once you start looking into them you soon discover some major flaws.

For example the CM Storm Spawn looks really interresting to me, but it can't be bought from where I live (well it can but at a unreasonable high price with shipping and all).
Then I discovered the CM Xornet. But as it turns out it has very poor tracking/skipping/jittering above 500DPi and bad LoD.
So how for example about the CM Storm Recon.
Couldn't find much about it. Neither souces saying it does have any major flaws nor such saying it doesn't have any of the most common flaws.
Can you help me with this one.

It kinda seems like all the mice with "flawless" sensors have a terrible shape for me.
All those DA, Microsoft, Steelseries and Zowie "designet to be slippery" stuff...
The G400 came kinda close, but it's somewhat huge and a little heavy.
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post


Mice that are not on the list in that thread but should be (completely my opinion):

Roccat Savu
Roccat Kone Pure Optical
Zowie FK

All have no prediction or accel.

Thanks!
Thats all I'm really looking for.
Mice that are not on the list but should be
Edited by RentoN - 9/11/13 at 6:49pm
post #12 of 19
you could also just get a zowie ec1/2 evo and if you decided that you like the shape, you use sandpaper to peel off the rubber, making it sticky, not slippery.
or just buy the white edition although I dont like it.
post #13 of 19
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Originally Posted by vajas View Post

Here you can see an updated list of mice using flawless sensors:

http://on-winning.com/flawless-sensor-mouse-list-perfect/

Most of the lists on this topic are outdated so this should help you out.

I'm sorry if you're the author of the list but this list is bad. There are 9800 mice, and that sensor is like the most flawed sensor available right now. Roccat's marketing names are not even sensor names. PR0 41M 5000000 etc etc means 3310.
post #14 of 19
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Originally Posted by M1st View Post

I'm sorry if you're the author of the list but this list is bad. There are 9800 mice, and that sensor is like the most flawed sensor available right now. Roccat's marketing names are not even sensor names. PR0 41M 5000000 etc etc means 3310.

There is a column with flawless yes/no lol I thought the same thing at first. Anyway its probably better to just drop it. I have a feeling this is the same person that spams hltv with idiotic threads trying to get hits on that website.

Edit: I did learn something new though rolleyes.gif apparently the am010 isn't "Flawless" doh.gif
Edit 2 : There are others on there that don't make sense as well. That is unless I've misunderstood "flawless". I thought people used that to mean no speed related variance for whatever reason.
Edited by chr1spe - 10/1/16 at 4:58pm
post #15 of 19
Oh god, it's the guy from reddit who constantly spams that website.
post #16 of 19
"flawless" means no z-axis bug, low SRAV even on cloth pads, max accurate tracking speed above 2m/s or whatever, doesn't malfunction easily, no/low angle snapping or other postprocessing prediction, and low or no smoothing

It basically just means the sensor doesn't have any critical problems.
post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by wareya View Post

"flawless" means no z-axis bug, low SRAV even on cloth pads, max accurate tracking speed above 2m/s or whatever, doesn't malfunction easily, no/low angle snapping or other postprocessing prediction, and low or no smoothing

It basically just means the sensor doesn't have any critical problems.

So definitely the AM010 and probably the 3060, 3050, and 3059 should be included. I don't know as much about the 3050, but I don't know of it having any of those flaws. Also was the 3060 like some early or related version of the 3090? I've forgotten, but I know a few of the older sensors were basically the same/related to the 3090.

edit: Or was the 3060 similar to the 3050. All I remember is a bunch of those older sensors are really similar.
Edited by chr1spe - 10/1/16 at 5:15pm
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

There is a column with flawless yes/no lol I thought the same thing at first. Anyway its probably better to just drop it. I have a feeling this is the same person that spams hltv with idiotic threads trying to get hits on that website.

Edit: I did learn something new though rolleyes.gif apparently the am010 isn't "Flawless" doh.gif
Edit 2 : There are others on there that don't make sense as well. That is unless I've misunderstood "flawless". I thought people used that to mean no speed related variance for whatever reason.

Well my bad, but i CBA looking at that for more than 5 seconds.

At the time when these lists were created, "flawless" was used to describe "no prediction and no accel" sensors. That was when every new mouse had 3310 on it.
post #19 of 19
that is quite the unnecessary necro
get a grip dawg

edit: nvm, he got banned or at least his post got deleted
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