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post #1081 of 1929
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Originally Posted by xmr1 View Post

Doesn't sound like it from what CPate said. He mentioned lack of smoothing as an advantage their solution had over the 3310.

But the G402 sensor is already a custom SROM and Logitech has shown they have major pull with sensor manufacturers, so I don't understand why they couldn't just go to PixArt and get a 3310 version without smoothing if they really wanted to.

He's seriously muzzled though, who knows what's actually possible. We don't have a non-biased source of information about sensor technology after all.

Zowie using only 3200 of the default 5000CPI is interesting. Maybe they're using a smoothing free firmware? Maybe that's where the smoothing kicks in on the default 5000CPI firmware?
post #1082 of 1929
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

He's seriously muzzled though, who knows what's actually possible. We don't have a non-biased source of information about sensor technology after all.

Zowie using only 3200 of the default 5000CPI is interesting. Maybe they're using a smoothing free firmware? Maybe that's where the smoothing kicks in on the default 5000CPI firmware?

I would bet Zowie's steps essentially work like pre-set profiles rather than them having a custom 3310 with lower max CPI and smoothing. As far as I know adjusting native CPI registries and smoothing is not within the scope of firmware.
post #1083 of 1929
Hi guys.
I've recenetly decided to look for a new mouse since my steel series sensei coating is wearing off and makes the mouse very hard to grip.
I've looked into the Steel series rival and the issues people say they have with it are a big put off.
While browsing the forums i've come across this mouse and it looks beast its everything i could ever want in a mouse!
I have some questions about the mouse does the mouse coating wear off easily like the sensei?
My hands sweat a lot while playing does this effect the grip on the mouse?
Thanks!
post #1084 of 1929
I always thought that smoothing is more noticeable at higher non-native dpis.
So if that is true then smoothing delay varies.
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post #1085 of 1929
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Hi guys.
I've recenetly decided to look for a new mouse since my steel series sensei coating is wearing off and makes the mouse very hard to grip.
I've looked into the Steel series rival and the issues people say they have with it are a big put off.
While browsing the forums i've come across this mouse and it looks beast its everything i could ever want in a mouse!
I have some questions about the mouse does the mouse coating wear off easily like the sensei?
My hands sweat a lot while playing does this effect the grip on the mouse?
Thanks!

I used mine for ~ 3 months and the coating never wore off during that period. Coating actually gets more "grippy" when you sweat.
post #1086 of 1929
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Originally Posted by dEklaN View Post

Hi guys.
I've recenetly decided to look for a new mouse since my steel series sensei coating is wearing off and makes the mouse very hard to grip.
I've looked into the Steel series rival and the issues people say they have with it are a big put off.
While browsing the forums i've come across this mouse and it looks beast its everything i could ever want in a mouse!
I have some questions about the mouse does the mouse coating wear off easily like the sensei?
My hands sweat a lot while playing does this effect the grip on the mouse?
Thanks!
This is a great upgrade from the Sensei, I also was a former Sensei user but really couldn't stand the sensor after a while. The coating doesn't easily wear off, I've had mine for a couple months now and it's still 100% intact. And like someone else also said if you sweat even just a little the coating helps your hand stick to it quite nicely. People with exceedingly dry hands might find it just a little slippery but nothing like a glossy mouse.

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I always thought that smoothing is more noticeable at higher non-native dpis.
So if that is true then smoothing delay varies.
All the DPIs are native from 50-5000 here though.
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post #1087 of 1929
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I used mine for ~ 3 months and the coating never wore off during that period. Coating actually gets more "grippy" when you sweat.
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This is a great upgrade from the Sensei, I also was a former Sensei user but really couldn't stand the sensor after a while. The coating doesn't easily wear off, I've had mine for a couple months now and it's still 100% intact. And like someone else also said if you sweat even just a little the coating helps your hand stick to it quite nicely. People with exceedingly dry hands might find it just a little slippery but nothing like a glossy mouse.
All the DPIs are native from 50-5000 here though.

Hey thanks for the reply both of you. Thats great to hear i just have a few more questions before i order this monster.
I use palm grip and i was wondering if that would be ok to use on this mouse.
Thanks! biggrin.gif
post #1088 of 1929
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Hey thanks for the reply both of you. Thats great to hear i just have a few more questions before i order this monster.
I use palm grip and i was wondering if that would be ok to use on this mouse.
Thanks! biggrin.gif
I would reach for the Naos 7000 if you are a full 100% palm grip. The AVIOR is better suited for fingertip and claw.
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post #1089 of 1929
Heads up for those interested in this mouse, there's a whole bunch of them listed for $40 or so from Amazon Warehouse Deals right now. http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00HGKOD9G/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used

I actually grabbed one to try myself. They all just have box damage and/or minor cosmetic damage (which in my experience with AWD always is very minor).
post #1090 of 1929
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I would reach for the Naos 7000 if you are a full 100% palm grip. The AVIOR is better suited for fingertip and claw.
Hmm i don't really like the shape of the Naos i tend to switch between finger tip and palm. I don't see how the mouse doesn't support palm grip the shape looks fine to me. Its annoying how i can't try the mouse out at a store..
I guess i'll just have to buy it and see how it fits in my hand.
Thanks! biggrin.gif
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