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post #1031 of 1929
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I'm going to take the plunge my only gripe is the coating with dry hands but I'll see what its like and send it back if its a no go.

@Metal........whats the grip like in comparison FK? I tried the FK and found it hard with dry hands but probably didnt give it a fair try. Is the Avior 7000 easier?

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The Avior with dry hands does feel slick. But if you sweat even just a little it will grip like glue. Love the Avior coating. I will say as i am on month 3-4 now with my Avior and it seems the longer i use it the more grippy it gets. Like i am starting to wear down the real smooth feel of it. Not in a bad way though and you can't tell by looking at it.

If you got bone dry hands you might want to skip this one though.
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post #1032 of 1929
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U may lol but when I had my DABE I had to dip my hand in water to get it to sick for a bit LOL
post #1033 of 1929
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Krucid answered for me. He might as well be me at this point

But is there anything about the Avior which makes it an easier shape to pick up over the FK?
post #1034 of 1929
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But is there anything about the Avior which makes it an easier shape to pick up over the FK?
Yeah the front of the Avior is in a \/ shape making it much easier to lift than the FK. I mean the FK is still easy to lift but you get more leverage from the Avior.
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post #1035 of 1929
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U may lol but when I had my DABE I had to dip my hand in water to get it to sick for a bit LOL

HA!
post #1036 of 1929
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Yeah the front of the Avior is in a \/ shape making it much easier to lift than the FK. I mean the FK is still easy to lift but you get more leverage from the Avior.

Cheers man, that's kind of what I was thinking...So tempted by the avior

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HA!

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post #1037 of 1929
On a cloth pad, if I put a little weight on my deathadder 2013 with my hand, the mouse drags. Same with G502 but a lot less. The G400 is as smooth as butter, no dragging at all.

Does it happen with this mouse if you put a little bit of pressure on it while using a cloth pad? As in, when the mouse "dig" into the mousepad, does it create drag?
post #1038 of 1929
what frequency is best to run this mouse on 1000hz or 500? a lot of people say 500 is going to be the most stable for most mice but i was wondering if 1000 would be better for this particular mouse.
also is it best to leave the software installed on the computer or have it uninstalled when i setup the mouse? i heard that the software was causing interpolation
post #1039 of 1929
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what frequency is best to run this mouse on 1000hz or 500? a lot of people say 500 is going to be the most stable for most mice but i was wondering if 1000 would be better for this particular mouse.
also is it best to leave the software installed on the computer or have it uninstalled when i setup the mouse? i heard that the software was causing interpolation
I never understood why would any one want less frequency!
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post #1040 of 1929
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I never understood why would any one want less frequency!

well when i had my zowie FK 500hz was more stable and accurate compared to 1000hz.

its been a while since ive read into detail about mice and hardware in general so i was trying to catch up on some smile.gif
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