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Was there any test conducted online by someone that has used some form of software or hardware which can measure the amount of mouse acceleration so I can see an object result?

I have found some charts online claiming various amounts of acceleration to certain sensors, but none have given any test equipment used or software to even objectively prove their test.

Thanks
post #2 of 7
I unfortunately don't have the link, I'm sure someone will supply it after me but there was testing done with the Xai and several other mice by someone out in Japan. His methodology was similar to Sujoy's when he did his testing if memory serves me right.



This somewhat popular image produced by said tester was done on a glass pad similar to the Icemat. You can reproduce many of the accel claims on your own if you have a A9500/9800 mouse by merely going in-game, lining up and swiping back and forth. Obviously human error comes into play but when you compare results with other mice that are typically more consistent (i.e. generally most A3090 mice) you'll see that most A9500 mice have perceivable acceleration when you're testing for it.

As to how much accel actually impacts performance and how detrimental it actually is in the grand scheme of things is an entirely other topic of discussion but the accel on the A9500/9800 mice isn't fake or non-existent.
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I unfortunately don't have the link, I'm sure someone will supply it after me but there was testing done with the Xai and several other mice by someone out in Japan. His methodology was similar to Sujoy's when he did his testing if memory serves me right.



This somewhat popular image produced by said tester was done on a glass pad similar to the Icemat. You can reproduce many of the accel claims on your own if you have a A9500/9800 mouse by merely going in-game, lining up and swiping back and forth. Obviously human error comes into play but when you compare results with other mice that are typically more consistent (i.e. generally most A3090 mice) you'll see that most A9500 mice have perceivable acceleration when you're testing for it.

As to how much accel actually impacts performance and how detrimental it actually is in the grand scheme of things is an entirely other topic of discussion but the accel on the A9500/9800 mice isn't fake or non-existent.

has it.
post #4 of 7
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According to Mouse Movement Recorder I get no acceleration detected...
http://i.imgur.com/FLLKwWy.jpg

This is at 1920x1440 with sensitivity set to 200dpi 500hz. I am also swiping at the fastest speed that I can go without touching the edges of the screen which is about a good foot of movement left to right.

I did this in the desktop since game engines can interpret mouse movement differently depending on the mouse.
post #5 of 7
Tell me more about how Software alone should detect Hardwarebased Accel/unlinear Tracking, without knowing actual physical speed and distance.
post #6 of 7
a9500 has inconsistent accel, you can easily test for this, sixxxxx covered it well. If you personally cannot notice it then it wont bother you, just enjoy your a9500 mouse but please don't start posting about how the accel doesn't exist.
post #7 of 7
a9500 has minor excel but inherited in the sensor mouse movement recorder only lets you know if windows acceleration curve is on
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