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Best buy carries it for some reason
Oh common best buy canada/futureshop. Get this mouse in already!
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I got mine yesterday at Best Buy in the US. They're spreading fast. Mouse is amazing.
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well, there is a straight lip on the mouse's thumb rest, it would be easy to make that parallel to the mouspad edge before and after the test. That should make the rotation the same, should it not?

Err ofcourse not.

You start with an ofset of 0 degrees between the mouse edge and the mousepad. While moving the mouse you pivot it around the sensor a 2 times by 1-2 degrees. You get to the edge of the mouse. You reverse the movement, but now pivoting it 4 times around the sensor. You end up with a 0 degree offset and a completely different point on screen.

Not only are the start and end important, but every single position inbetween. This is why a human cannot get this accuracy. And if you are tersting for accel, then you are moving the thing at speed. And basically this give a huge error.
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Since we're all pitching.
Well, if logitech sends me one, I'll pair it with my G240 tongue.gif
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@Cpate:

How do you address the problem that this is a "gaming mouse", yet the vast majority of game players use 6/11 cursor speed settings, and between 400-800 DPI. When you release new sensors with DPI over ten times higher than it needs to be, it requires unacceptably high amounts of anti-jitter smoothing to make the high DPI levels less eratic, while also destroying cursor quality for all low DPI levels in the process from the high smoothing applied.

What exactly has Logitech done with this G502 mouse to fix this problem? If your answer is nothing, we can all go ahead and write this mouse off as a scam because it would do the opposite of what a gaming mouse is supposed to do, ie: perform well in gaming.

To give an idea of what I consider acceptable smoothing, the 3500 DPI G400 is the absolute highest you can go, while I consider the 4000 DPI firmware of the A3090 completely unacceptable smoothing-wise.
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someone else with the mouse. perform this very simple test. In the software. go to the profiles. disable all but 1 profile. make sure the program is fully closed. now relaunch the program, are all 3 profiles now active again? This happens to me, i don't even need to reboot.
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someone else with the mouse. perform this very simple test. In the software. go to the profiles. disable all but 1 profile. make sure the program is fully closed. now relaunch the program, are all 3 profiles now active again? This happens to me, i don't even need to reboot.
I've never had this problem. What happens to me sometimes is the mouse flips over to internal storage for some reason, causing the single profile thing to happen. Literally just a button for me to fix it.
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@Cpate:

How do you address the problem that this is a "gaming mouse", yet the vast majority of game players use 6/11 cursor speed settings, and between 400-800 DPI. When you release new sensors with DPI over ten times higher than it needs to be, it requires unacceptably high amounts of anti-jitter smoothing to make the high DPI levels less eratic, while also destroying cursor quality for all low DPI levels in the process from the high smoothing applied.

What exactly has Logitech done with this G502 mouse to fix this problem? If your answer is nothing, we can all go ahead and write this mouse off as a scam because it would do the opposite of what a gaming mouse is supposed to do, ie: perform well in gaming.

To give an idea of what I consider acceptable smoothing, the 3500 DPI G400 is the absolute highest you can go, while I consider the 4000 DPI firmware of the A3090 completely unacceptable smoothing-wise.
i remeber skylit saying not all srom are the same because of higher dpi he posted it some where on the miniox 7000 page i believe
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i remeber skylit saying not all srom are the same because of higher dpi he posted it some where on the miniox 7000 page i believe

I haven't kept up with the Mionix AVIOR 7000 thread. Most people speculated that all current firmware implementations required the same smoothing to be applied on every DPI. Are you saying this Mionix Avior 7000 is the first mouse ever to not do this?
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I haven't kept up with the Mionix AVIOR 7000 thread. Most people speculated that all current firmware implementations required the same smoothing to be applied on every DPI. Are you saying this Mionix Avior 7000 is the first mouse ever to not do this?
im not sure I was just saying what I read from Skylit post im no expert when it comes to mouse coding and stuff like that
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