I'm pretty sure most people know that you can be really good with less than ideal equipment but it kind of makes you wonder if they could be even better with the ideal setup. It doesn't really matter it just goes to show that you can do well with less than ideal gear. Most people don't even feel all this smoothing, me included, and I've got several IME 3.0 and a G400S to compare which should be like night and day. In some way the 3.0 feels more responsive and raw but if I had never heard of smoothing I'm sure I would tell you they were equal in terms of performance, so I guess what I am feeling is some kind of placebo. Having said that I can see how it must be frustrating if you're picky about this and your cursor movement feels "artificial" and not completely 1:1. Most of them probably can't feel smoothing and playing on 120/144hz which I assume most of them do apparently makes it less obvious. They put hours into the game instead of complaining on forums ( ) which is much more beneficial if you actually want to be good at the end of the day. But bear in mind that these people complaining about smoothing probably pushes the development of sensors in the right direction. To me it seems like Logitech has seen the complaints here and developed a beast of a sensor which is pretty "perfect" for now at least.
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5/16/14 at 6:15am