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just wondering how accurate mionic surface quality analyzer is? it only gives 50% surface recognition on my mousepad artisan hien

It gave all my cloth pads around 50-60%. It's not very effective. The surface analyzer was really designed for their laser mice AFAICT.
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alright thanks for letting me know, i was afraid i would have to buy a new pad :/
btw your review made me buy this mouse smile.gif and im happy that i did. thanks for the review
Edited by maikon - 3/11/14 at 9:35am
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alright thanks for letting me know, i was afraid i would have to buy a new pad :/

Unless you actually experience tracking issues during gameplay, you're fine.
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I'm with xmr1 on this. I'm using the exact same pad and the default LOD and it's still 2-2.5mm, which I regard as perfect. Unless you're used to the LOD of a Zowie mouse I can't imagine that you'd have issues with the LOD, especially at it's lowest setting.

I use the Avior on the lowest LOD setting on a black clothpad (Corepad Deskpad).
The LOD could be lower (Zowie's is), but I'm absolutely fine with it.

If Zowie's LOD on the FK is about ~1.2mm then I would say the Avior is ~2.2mm or something like that.
post #285 of 1929
Regarding the Analyzer wink.gif

I got a 100% on my QCK Heavy.
Slow movements all the way (snail speed). Faster swipes are not recommended.
post #286 of 1929
I received this mouse earlier today so these are very early impressions on a Puretrak Talent.

I think that the sensor is excellent at 400dpi/1000hz. I am someone who notices the smoothing/latency in many implementations of the 4000dpi version of the Avago 3090, so I came to the Avago 3010 with a healthy degree of skepticism, assuming that higher DPI would simply mean yet more smoothing and lag. But so far it is winning me over. I can't perceive any difference in responsiveness with my Deathadder 3.5G or Logitech G400. Nor can I detect any hints of positive acceleration which is unsurprising given the Enotus figures that other users have reported. I have adjusted quite quickly to the mouse and after only an hour of CSGO deathmatch I'm already quite confident aiming and making rapid flickshots given how little I have used the mouse. With apologies, none of that is really backed up by any hard figures, but my Enotus doesn't appear to be working properly so I'll have to leave that to other reviewers!

I find that the shape is comfortable. I usually claw grip mice and for this the "V" slanted sides at the front make it easy to grip and pick up the mouse and the "/ \" at the back provides some support for the base of my palm. I think that the shape also works well for palm grip. I can also fingertip grip the mouse although it requires shifting my grip down slightly to bring my palm off the back of the mouse. My only suggestion (and this is purely down to personal preference) would be that the back of the mouse could be made slightly shorter, but this isn't a particularly big deal and I'm sure I'll get used to the shape when I've used it for longer.

The switches are some of the best I've used. Like many people, I've always preferred Omrons so it's good to see them included in this mouse. I think that Mionix have implemented the Omrons well and found the sweet spot between light actuation so that you can react quickly and tactile feedback so that the switch doesn't feel spongy.

The build quality seems good in other respects. I find the surface easy to grip, all of the buttons have a solid feeling, and the cable, although quite thick, is actually fairly flexible and lightweight. Obviously, take this with a pinch of salt, because I've only been using the mouse for a day and problems could appear down the line.

The software is not really a big issue for me because I tend to set up the mouse once and then uninstall it. For what it's worth, I found that the software was easy to use and the numerous options to select DPI, LOD, polling rate and less important things like the colour of the lights were welcome.

My only reservation about the mouse would be its weight which is again a personal preference. I tend to like relatively lightweight mice in the 70-90g range because I find them easier to maneuver quickly. This may or may not be something that I get used to with time so for now the jury's out on whether the Avior 7000 will replace my WMO/Kana V2 as my main mouse.

Now back to CSGO! thumb.gif
post #287 of 1929
so i decided to use roccat mousepad to test the analyze feature and it got 70% accuracy and since the pad got tons of dirt like food and dust i decided to wash to increase the accuracy. however after washing and drying the pad it then give me 60% accuracy. quite funny so it does seem that the analyze feature isnt working for all mouse like metal said
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so i decided to use roccat mousepad to test the analyze feature and it got 70% accuracy and since the pad got tons of dirt like food and dust i decided to wash to increase the accuracy. however after washing and drying the pad it then give me 60% accuracy. quite funny so it does seem that the analyze feature isnt working for all mouse like metal said

Yeah I really think SQAT was designed to compare hard surfaces against each other especially vs. cloth for their laser sensor models.
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yesterday, i started noticing a certain kind of "mushiness" or "softness" of the left and right mouse buttons. i don't know how to exactly describe this, but i'll do my best.

it's as if the "bottoming out" of the button is a fair amount after actuating the the switch, kind of like cherry mx brown, if you catch my drift.

i mean the buttons are kind of "soft", as opposed to say kana v2, where the bottoming out of the button is immediately after actuating the switch.
on the avior, it feels like you can "squeeze" the button. i noticed this when playing diablo 3 yesterday on my demon hunter, where i often spend a longer period (like a couple of seconds) holding the left mouse button down. i didn't notice this before in a fps, because you generally only tap left mouse button for shooting.


right now at work i have the kana v1 and the buttons are really hard on it, the button stops right at the switch actuation (audible click). the avior button can be pushed further down AFTER the switch has been clicked. if you touch the button really gently, you won't feel it, but if you bottom it out completely, i think you will. feels like the plastic is soft or something smile.gif

any1 else experienced this? i think this happens on mice that are use heavily for extensive periods of time. i know i that the buttons on my diablo3 mouse (a.k.a. sensei clone) became "soft-ish" and "squeezable" after a year or so....

is this a feature of the omrons? because the switches/buttons/clicks feel different on the kana v2.
Edited by skuko - 3/12/14 at 2:14am
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yesterday, i started noticing a certain kind of "mushiness" or "softness" of the left and right mouse buttons. i don't know how to exactly describe this, but i'll do my best.

it's as if the "bottoming out" of the button is a fair amount after actuating the the switch, kind of like cherry mx brown, if you catch my drift.

i mean the buttons are kind of "soft", as opposed to say kana v2, where the bottoming out of the button is immediately after actuating the switch.
on the avior, it feels like you can "squeeze" the button. i noticed this when playing diablo 3 yesterday on my demon hunter, where i often spend a longer period (like a couple of seconds) holding the left mouse button down. i didn't notice this before in a fps, because you generally only tap left mouse button for shooting.


right now at work i have the kana v1 and the buttons are really hard on it, the button stops right at the switch actuation (audible click). the avior button can be pushed further down AFTER the switch has been clicked. if you touch the button really gently, you won't feel it, but if you bottom it out completely, i think you will. feels like the plastic is soft or something smile.gif

any1 else experienced this? i think this happens on mice that are use heavily for extensive periods of time. i know i that the buttons on my diablo3 mouse (a.k.a. sensei clone) became "soft-ish" and "squeezable" after a year or so....

is this a feature of the omrons? because the switches/buttons/clicks feel different on the kana v2.

I've had my Avior since the end of December and my buttons aren't like that. I can't push them down any further after actuation.
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