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post #491 of 3264
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Originally Posted by FreeElectron View Post


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Atavax
Anyone else


Please do a double cam video testing that tests the sensor.
I want to know if i want to consider this over the AVIOR 7000.
TBH
It seems like a mouse with big marketing and that's it.

I have an Avior 7000 and the G502, I use the G502 over the Avior 7000, due to shape and sensor reasons.
post #492 of 3264
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Originally Posted by vlenbo View Post

So this logitech mouse has a *BADASS* sensor? Because I'm looking for the most accurate and precise performing mouse, and the ergonomics of this mouse doesn't dissuade me from purchasing it. The price, however, does.

From what Logitech has claimed, yes it's the sensor of dreams. There is literally nothing to ever complain about even from the most picky person. And with 12k CPI I think Pixart or whoever produces the sensor can park the bus and delay sensor development for a decade or so without anyone asking for more.

That is if the claims are true, but those claims are so bold that they probably are true. And honestly, if those claims are true, I would happily pay the $80 for the sensor in a no BS shell.

One person has claimed to have accel with it though.
post #493 of 3264
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

One person has claimed to have accel with it though.
through a number of tests repeated many times with different mouspads and with another mouse known to have a reputable sensor and the other mouse passed the tests while the g502 failed. It isn't definitive, we will have to wait until some more reputable posters that have more experience testing potential mice get their hands on it. A couple people saying they don't notice any problems isn't very convincing either, there are plenty of people that say they don't notice any smoothing on the da 2013 either for example.

Regardless even if the sensor turns out to be everything they claimed, it is a very heavy mouse with too many buttons and a poor scroll wheel, and most people would probably be better off waiting for a less gimmicky version with the same sensor or a comparable sensor to be released. It might be ideal that they released this version first so that the new sensor can be gauged before a legitimate mouse with it is released.
Edited by Atavax - 4/12/14 at 3:05pm
post #494 of 3264
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Originally Posted by discoprince View Post

I have an Avior 7000 and the G502, I use the G502 over the Avior 7000, due to shape and sensor reasons.
please do a video review of it then.
Test the sensor's performance and post it in here.
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post #495 of 3264
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Originally Posted by Atavax View Post

through a number of tests repeated many times with different mouspads and with another mouse known to have a reputable sensor and the other mouse passed the tests while the g502 failed. It isn't definitive, we will have to wait until some more reputable posters that have more experience testing potential mice get their hands on it. A couple people saying they don't notice any problems isn't very convincing either, there are plenty of people that say they don't notice any smoothing on the da 2013 either for example.

Regardless even if the sensor turns out to be everything they claimed, it is a very heavy mouse with too many buttons and a poor scroll wheel, and most people would probably be better off waiting for a less gimmicky version with the same sensor or a comparable sensor to be released. It might be ideal that they released this version first so that the new sensor can be gauged before a legitimate mouse with it is released.

I know the feeling. If you go back a few years when the G500 and Xai were new mice people kept posting here claiming how these new laser mice had no accel problems and tracked to insane speeds on cloth pads. Both were complete BS but I found myself repeating this once a week, I was definitely outnumbered by those claiming otherwise.

I seriously hope you got a defective mouse because unlike others here I don't think your testing methods were inaccurate enough to ignore the poor results.
post #496 of 3264
just got home with mine. the sniper button is annoying feels good so far tracks good.never had a mouse where you tune it to the surface of a mouse pad lol
post #497 of 3264
was that Sneaky (ADC) in Cloud9 with the mouse? normally it would be Balls or him or Lemonnation being at the edge of the team table. Any idea who it is ?
post #498 of 3264
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I seriously hope you got a defective mouse because unlike others here I don't think your testing methods were inaccurate enough to ignore the poor results.

yeah, thats going to be my excuse if the more reputable guys have opposing findings, my mouse must be faulty smile.gif But yeah, so many times doing it as straight as possible. Also the mouse is advertised as no acceleration, its not like i was going into the test expecting it to have acceleration, i was biased towards it not having acceleration. Its like, ok, i might as well test for acceleration before telling the guy there isn't acceleration.... then the test showed acceleration and every other time i got the same result. Also If it was purely inability to keep my wrist straight, you would expect some of the tests to indicate negative acceleration, which they don't and through a large number of tests, it was actually fairly consistent. Not to mention having the expected results using the same method with a better known mouse.
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yeah, thats going to be my excuse if the more reputable guys have opposing findings, my mouse must be faulty smile.gif But yeah, so many times doing it as straight as possible. Also the mouse is advertised as no acceleration, its not like i was going into the test expecting it to have acceleration, i was biased towards it not having acceleration. Its like, ok, i might as well test for acceleration before telling the guy there isn't acceleration.... then the test showed acceleration and every other time i got the same result. Also If it was purely inability to keep my wrist straight, you would expect some of the tests to indicate negative acceleration, which they don't and through a large number of tests, it was actually fairly consistent. Not to mention having the expected results using the same method with a better known mouse.

You know, even if it's something weird going on with twisting the mouse while moving it, or when moving it in some sort of large circle instead of straight, that should still be seen as some sort of bug. If you didn't get a mouse with somewhat broken sensor, there might be some problem with the math of how it combines x and y coordinates like in that lucky issue of the original Quake that increased speed from the curves you did when bunny hopping.
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I braced the mouse between the edge of my case and a straight edge on the other side to make sure its the same distance every time and did 8-9 back and forth shots at varying speeds that ended almost exactly on the same X axis. Some slightly above/below due to rotation, but no acceleration smile.gif.

I'm thinking Atavax has to have gotten a defective mouse. Everyone who tries it, even if they hate the shape, weight, or company has agreed that the sensor is amazing.
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You know, even if it's something weird going on with twisting the mouse while moving it, or when moving it in some sort of large circle instead of straight, that should still be seen as some sort of bug. If you didn't get a mouse with somewhat broken sensor, there might be some problem with the math of how it combines x and y coordinates like in that lucky issue of the original Quake that increased speed from the curves you did when bunny hopping.

Strafe jumping ftw thumb.gif.
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