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post #21 of 37
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

Look at the accel test in my G502 review and then at the one in the NAOS review. I don't see any accel with the G502. NAOS has consistent negative accel, but so little you wouldn't notice it if not specifically testing for it. And only when going faster than 3 m/s, so...
Strange I've never neg acceled with my Avior even once, but there could be some minor consistent acceleration that I've gotten used to. I can't tell. All I know is that it's ultra precise at low CPI.
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post #22 of 37
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Strange I've never neg acceled with my Avior even once, but there could be some minor consistent acceleration that I've gotten used to. I can't tell. All I know is that it's ultra precise at low CPI.

Whoops, I meant positive accel, corrected above.
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post #23 of 37
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Even the sensor in Logitech G502 which is supposedly flawless?

No such thing as a flawless sensor, just a marketing term I wish would go away. For what it's worth Logitech says the G502 sensor performed better than any other in their machine-aided acceleration tests. The hand tests users have done so far seem to line up with that.
post #24 of 37
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The way you can test is to load up a map in CS or Quake, shoot at a wall you're facing directly to mark where your crosshairs start. Make a slow pan the full extent of your mouse pad. Now, swipe VERY QUICKLY the full extent of your mouse pad the other direction and see if your crosshairs land in the same place it started.

Here is a video from our own Metal571 testing the acceleration of the Avior 7000.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMqLZciAOHs

Cool thanks for the info. I'll see if I can test it out sometime this weekend
    
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post #25 of 37
Wish EVGA kept the X10 shape and styling for the X3/X5. Randomly got a chance to try out a carbon X10 today. I was astonished at how much better it felt to hold compared to my past experience using the X3/X5.

I might just buy it with the prospect of turning it into a frankenmouse. I'd have to deal with the terribad choice they made of using metal though. Nothing worse than retardedly heavy mice.
post #26 of 37
So I bought one today. First 9800 mouse.

I will just say that if they keep this shape, odm, make it 90g, and give it one of the sensors from the upcoming generation then this thing could be a legit contender.

So weight is 122g currently(lel), current estimate is 8ms button debounce(just like x5/x3), and the power cable may or may not be soldered on.
post #27 of 37
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So I bought one today. First 9800 mouse.

Glad you joined OUR club, the Evga X10 brigade cheers.gif .

It's a very fine mouse, quality build and it's heavy, not for the limp-wristed out there. I use mine on a Dex Pad and it's been perfect for my daily usage.
post #28 of 37
Yeahhhhhhhh this another case of me lighting my money on fire. This is the most elaborately put together mouse I have ever seen.

Here's a preview of some of the absurdity.

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Build quality wooo thumb.gif
post #29 of 37
@uaokkkkkkkk what is going on there? I see a mechanical encoder.. and a optical encoder??
post #30 of 37
moar pics pls

what brand is the mechanical encoder?
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