Originally Posted by popups
However, it appears things are different, at least with the DeathAdder. The 3310 could have the characteristics of the 9800.
I don't know much about S3988's capabilities as a sensor alone. Razer could have a specific 1 step implementation for all anyone knows, but maybe there is actually 100 step increment capability
Well I did mentioned DSP is shared in our PM^^ Tracking wise? completely different sensor.
Originally Posted by Fabulist
I noticed this years ago on some "gaming" mice I bought (many of them) but I always blamed prediction / correction / jitter / laser sensors. It never even crossed my mind there is some kind of smoothing function. Which for me is an additional problem for me being an IME 3.0 user for about a decade.
So it does worry me and I do want to know how bad this is going to be in comparison to Sensei, and if it will 100% be worse than older Avago sensors.
Something you have to really test yourself. Like I said, I feel current 3090/9500 is fine.
r0ach seems to consider older angle snapping variants good for his usage though ^^ (Nothing really wrong with that either)Edited by Skylit - 11/11/13 at 5:13pm