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what is the z axis tracking issue ?

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When speak about " z axis tracking issue" what means and what are the visible effects ?
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Phillips Twin-Eye sensors are able to track on three axis instead of two. This causes the cursor to move, when the mouse is lifted as the sensor recognizes the movement upwards.

As this is unwanted by most users, it is referred to as an issue.

Sadly, my English is not good enough to go further into detail, additional data can be found in some of the pinned threads I believe, though.
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only Philips Twin Eye ?
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

only Philips Twin Eye ?
Yes, other optical mice take pictures of an illuminated surface to translate its movement from its last position to its current one and so forth.
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When you lift up a mouse that uses a Philips Twin Eye the cursor with move diagonally down-right. Pretty much all Razer laser mice have this nifty "feature".
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someone have Razer naga 2014 ?
Some reviews speak about the z axis issue with it
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

someone have Razer naga 2014 ?
Some reviews speak about the z axis issue with it
Does it have "dynamic D.P.I.", does anyone know?
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