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those buttons on the m95 look horrible to use o_o

You really have to try it on before you make any judgements. It's actually quite comfortable.
post #22 of 54
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those buttons on the m95 look horrible to use o_o
They are if you use a palm or fingertip grip. Claw grip = super comfy and easy to use. Though they feel kinda cheap IMO.
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What about the m95's input lag?
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What about the m95's input lag?
Anyone who noticed anything under 10ms of input lag is lying lol. But yes people have said they notice it. If you want to be really safe, the G602 has a fantastic sensor with no noticeable input lag.
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It has nothing to do with accuracy. I used the Naga for an entire expansion cycle in WoW and I never stopped having issues with the sensor. It was extremely sensitive to dust, so anything at all on the lens caused the cursor to stop functioning all together. The cursor would walk up the screen on it's own, and worst of all the x axis stopped functioning all together. Cleaning wouldn't fix it. It just gave up the ghost. That was the last straw for me with the PTE sensors. I own one mouse other than the Naga with a PTE and it's trash (RAT 7).

I'm former WOW:Cata player. I was pretty good healer during that expansion. And i used mouse only to look around and to set up course of movement. So basically if u use mouse for targetting instead macros ur pretty bad mmo player:P no offence

And i was playing on MMO RAT 7. used it for two years in similar games. Its more than enough for coping with such games. So if u have perfect functionality and mouse body fits ur hand comfortable(and naga is comfortable) u can try PTE - all u have to do is to keep ur mousepad clean also sensor hole free of rubbish. Then any sensor-related issue wont bother u in game.
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Hmm, ive never had a wireless mouse. I dont know if i'd trust wireless though.

i guess i should check out the g600.

also i need 1000hzpolling rate
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I'm former WOW:Cata player. I was pretty good healer during that expansion. And i used mouse only to look around and to set up course of movement. So basically if u use mouse for targetting instead macros ur pretty bad mmo player:P no offence

And i was playing on MMO RAT 7. used it for two years in similar games. Its more than enough for coping with such games. So if u have perfect functionality and mouse body fits ur hand comfortable(and naga is comfortable) u can try PTE - all u have to do is to keep ur mousepad clean also sensor hole free of rubbish. Then any sensor-related issue wont bother u in game.
Ummm yes it will. I've had that mouse for the better part of 2 years and I have to say. What a piece. Not only do I keep my gaming area immaculate, I also made sure to lightly blow out all the hairs and stuff from the bottom of the mouse twice a week (because I heard about the problem after I bought it). After about 4 months, the first one just failed. The sensor would track ONLY vertical movements 40% of the time, one of the side buttons was starting to feel flimsy and the "shift" button just never worked. So I got my new one, right out of the box it had problems tracking, so I threw my mousepad in the washing machine (because its machine washable). Still wouldn't track properly. So I said this to Cyborg, they said, RMA it again and they'll ship me another new one. Now I take really good care of my stuff, especially my computer stuff, but this mouse just kept breaking. So I got my new one, took them a month to get it to me I just wanted to say. This one worked for 7 months before I started getting the same symptoms as before. This time, I just didn't care, now it sits as a relic while I use my Logitech for the last 7 months problem free.

Moral of the story is, you got lucky with your MMO7, nobody else I've talked to did.
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post #28 of 54
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Hmm, ive never had a wireless mouse. I dont know if i'd trust wireless though.

i guess i should check out the g600.

also i need 1000hzpolling rate
Seriously, people need to stop doing this thing where they think wireless mice cant do high traffic stuff like that.

The sensor tracks at either 100hz polling rate (in battery saver mode) and 500hz polling rate (in gaming mode). Battery life is seriously unreal. I just swapped my set of 2 AA batteries 2 months ago and I've had it for like 7 months total. I play GW2, love the fractals mode, and I have absolutely no problems whatsoever. Don't knock it just because its a wireless, people who hate wireless mice need to try this one, its fantastic.

But yes the G600 is great too, though personally I can't hit any of the buttons (I use a palm grip which is why)
PS: I've owned waaaay too many mice. Currently trying the sensei, feels cheap.

PPS: Sorry for double post tongue.gif
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I'm former WOW:Cata player. I was pretty good healer during that expansion. And i used mouse only to look around and to set up course of movement. So basically if u use mouse for targetting instead macros ur pretty bad mmo player:P no offence

And i was playing on MMO RAT 7. used it for two years in similar games. Its more than enough for coping with such games. So if u have perfect functionality and mouse body fits ur hand comfortable(and naga is comfortable) u can try PTE - all u have to do is to keep ur mousepad clean also sensor hole free of rubbish. Then any sensor-related issue wont bother u in game.

Never once said I use the mouse for targeting... Been a wow player for over 10 years counting beta and several MMO's before and since. I'm alright... Minor usage doesn't mean you have to put up with a garbage mouse. So what if you only use it to move your camera and positioning? It's a flawed implementation of a flawed sensor. No reason to ever spend money on it.
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Never once said I use the mouse for targeting... Been a wow player for over 10 years counting beta and several MMO's before and since. I'm alright... Minor usage doesn't mean you have to put up with a garbage mouse. So what if you only use it to move your camera and positioning? It's a flawed implementation of a flawed sensor. No reason to ever spend money on it.
Especially considering its one of the most expensive mice on the market today. Freakin $130 BEFORE TAX!
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