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I don't really feel any accel when I game, but then again, I use ~40cm/360 sensitivity.

EDIT: Guess I should mention I use the Avior 7000. Same sensor, as you know.
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I never felt any accel, the sensor is smooth as butter and goes exactly where I put it. 100% transparent to skill.

The accel test is just something I decided to include in all my testings from now on. As I said, it's really a non-issue. You can see that it was very consistent accel and that it was so tiny that the error of your hand/muscles at the speeds where accel kicks in is much higher than the error of the sensor.

I hope there will come no trolls now saying the sensor is garbage because of that accel or something like that... because it's fine.
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Nice review Ino! +1 rep.

You played with several mice lately (FK, G502, Naos 7000), but which mouse you like most for playing BF4? I read the review, but in the end it all depends how it will act ingame ;-)

Also I wonder how the Avior reacts when playing with different mice pads? Now you were testing with the GT-f speed, but you also have the NP+, QCK and Talent?
Edited by rows - 5/8/14 at 3:13am
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somebody should compare the PWM-3310 used in mionix mice, with the PWM-3310 in the corsair m45.
because in the m45, i must say it feels already laggy, and if it behaves the same in the other 3310 mice, i wouldn't touch them actually when i wanted to upgrade.

playing QL at ~33cm/360°on a samsung 2233RZ@120hz, and tracking enemys feel way less natural than with a A3090 sensor with 4000dpi SROM, which is already considered bad by some people(r0ach..) when it comes to responsiveness.
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Fantastic review Ino. Your pictures are awesome.
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Nice review Ino! +1 rep.

You played with several mice lately (FK, G502, Naos 7000), but which mouse you like most for playing BF4? I read the review, but in the end it all depends how it will act ingame ;-)

Also I wonder how the Avior reacts when playing with different mice pads? Now you were testing with the GT-f speed, but you also have the NP+, QCK and Talent?

That mainly depends on your grip imo. All of these perform just fine in-game, even the FK didn't cause me any troubles with its lower PCS.
I will test the NAOS on my other pads once the renovation work at home is done, right now they are all sealed aways to not get dusty wink.gif
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somebody should compare the PWM-3310 used in mionix mice, with the PWM-3310 in the corsair m45.
because in the m45, i must say it feels already laggy, and if it behaves the same in the other 3310 mice, i wouldn't touch them actually when i wanted to upgrade.

playing QL at ~33cm/360°on a samsung 2233RZ@120hz, and tracking enemys feel way less natural than with a A3090 sensor with 4000dpi SROM, which is already considered bad by some people(r0ach..) when it comes to responsiveness.

I didn't try any corsair mice yet, however I wouldn't trust them to have proper sensor implementation. The NAOS feels fine to me, no less than the FK did. At least on 800 cpi. Higher than 2000 cpi settings felt a bit awkward, like the cursor was jumpy, but I can't evaluate that further because that cpi step is far out of my comfort zone so it might be awkward just because of that.
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somebody should compare the PWM-3310 used in mionix mice, with the PWM-3310 in the corsair m45.
because in the m45, i must say it feels already laggy, and if it behaves the same in the other 3310 mice, i wouldn't touch them actually when i wanted to upgrade.

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I own the Corsair M45 mouse, as well as the Avior 7000. In my experience, I've noticed some sort of lag, or smoothing, or I suppose just lack of responsiveness when it comes to the M45. Like Ino said, I don't think the implementation of the sensor was done properly. But this sort of latency or unresponsiveness was really only noticed when I moved the mouse quickly. As for the Avior 7000, I've yet to notice any major issues with it. The only thing I can complain about it, in terms of the performance, is sometimes I get a high LOD when using a hard plastic mousepad.
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I own the Corsair M45 mouse, as well as the Avior 7000. In my experience, I've noticed some sort of lag, or smoothing, or I suppose just lack of responsiveness when it comes to the M45. Like Ino said, I don't think the implementation of the sensor was done properly. But this sort of latency or unresponsiveness was really only noticed when I moved the mouse quickly. As for the Avior 7000, I've yet to notice any major issues with it. The only thing I can complain about it, in terms of the performance, is sometimes I get a high LOD when using a hard plastic mousepad.

hmm, i can feel it at any speed.
it feels really like "m_filter 1" in QL with my M45...
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is it wrong to pour over a mouse redface.gif

but this or the Func ? they are both similar in shape..
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is it wrong to pour over a mouse redface.gif

but this or the Func ? they are both similar in shape..

The naos is far better simply due to the sensor.
     
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The naos is far better simply due to the sensor.

This. Don't settle for laser crap.
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