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Poll Results: g400s sensor problems left/right

 
  • 7% (1)
    fixed
  • 14% (2)
    borken
  • 78% (11)
    was never there
14 Total Votes  
post #81 of 82
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Originally Posted by Blutch View Post

lmao, wasnt there more than one person that did the test though?

Dunno. Can only trust my own measurements. I know I did them right, and I know that people as a whole are sloppy (You could say... Imprecise tongue.gif) and OCNers as a whole are keen to find mouse problems.

This kind of inconsistent movement not only doesn't make sense to me in terms of sensor operation, it would be highly noticeable in game.

Draw your own conclusions, I'm not going to get mired deeper into a pointless argument over this.
post #82 of 82
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Originally Posted by test user View Post

There's a simple way to ensure your measurement errors stay minimal. Move the mouse to the right, then move it back to the left to its original position. Use something like the edge of your pad or whatever.

I did that using the cm markings on the measure, holding my head in he same place and just moving my eyes to check the screen so my eye position would be as close to fixed as humanly possible. I made sure that the tape measure looked exactly the same each time I moved the mouse, with the contours of the stress relief piece on the base of the G400s's cable 'cutting' halfway into the tape measure line and the mouse itself just touching the bottom of the cm line. That way the mouse's X and Y positions each time were as close to fixed as possible.

And of course I used a rigid measuring tape on a flat surface with the edges weighted down so it stayed perfectly flat.
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