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Originally Posted by MaximilianKohler View Post

Can someone test the DPI changing theory that Jude posted? I'm testing some other mice at the moment.

I was pretty sure I measured the DPI at 800, then left the mouse on my light blue pad, and the next time I measured it it was at 950. Then cycling through the DPI steps reset it back to 800. Which goes contrary to the theory that "changing the dpi on a different surface" is what messes up the counts.

EDIT: here's a diagram someone made of the KPM's similar issue: http://www.overclock.net/t/1492197/roccat-kone-pure-military/750_50#post_23627798

DPI is what resets the calibration. The actual calibrating is done by picking up the mouse.

Kind Regards,
Jude
post #792 of 4666
you still want to reset on the surface you intend to calibrate.
post #793 of 4666
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Originally Posted by FinalmouseJude View Post

you still want to reset on the surface you intend to calibrate.

Do you have any plans to sell this mouse in Canada? You provide shipping to Canada through Amazon.com, but the price is beyond acceptable. With shipping and other fees included, I would have to pay at least 110$ CAD.
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Do you have any plans to sell this mouse in Canada? You provide shipping to Canada through Amazon.com, but the price is beyond acceptable. With shipping and other fees included, I would have to pay at least 110$ CAD.
same question applies from me but I'm from Australia. This price point plus postage is just too much for me
post #795 of 4666
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The actual calibrating is done by picking up the mouse.

Can you elaborate any further on this technical process?
post #796 of 4666
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Originally Posted by FinalmouseJude View Post

DPI is what resets the calibration. The actual calibrating is done by picking up the mouse.

Kind Regards,
Jude
Ok, that's consistent with what I experienced. But before you said you think this is a good thing. Could you explain why? It seems only problematic for the mouse to change DPI automatically if you lift the mouse. This seems like it could also be related to my first FM performing better on a different surface.

For anyone using two mice, they would have to cycle through the DPI steps every time they switch to the FM. And if you decide to stick with this function it would be vital to put this information in the box to let people know how to maintain their desired DPI.
    
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Ok, that's consistent with what I experienced. But before you said you think this is a good thing. Could you explain why? It seems only problematic for the mouse to change DPI automatically if you lift the mouse. This seems like it could also be related to my first FM performing better on a different surface.

For anyone using two mice, they would have to cycle through the DPI steps every time they switch to the FM. And if you decide to stick with this function it would be vital to put this information in the box to let people know how to maintain their desired DPI.

Hello Max,

The mouse doesn't change dpi automatically the way you are describing. At the moment we don't have a choice of disabling sensors calibration features. The 3310 sensor is indirectly doing that (changing dpi) when its active imaging kicks in and calibrates. This is all managed by the srom. it is all working as intended. That being said we are working together with pixart to see if we can make improvements on how quickly the sensor does calibrate, since for some people it doesn't happen on the first lift off. This is our only real concern with pixarts system at the moment.

Kind regards,
Jude
Edited by FinalmouseJude - 3/5/15 at 8:17pm
post #798 of 4666
Well that's what I mean by automatically, IE: changing to a different DPI count by itself, different than the one the end user intended.

But glad to know you're looking into it. Because if you're able to remedy that and the tracking inconsistencies you would definitely have the best mouse on the market by a pretty substantial margin.
    
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same question applies from me but I'm from Australia. This price point plus postage is just too much for me

I asked them via email last night. At the moment Amazon is the only seller, no Australian distributor yet.
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This seems similar to finalmouse 2015?

http://utmalesoldiers.blogspot.com/2015/02/ec-technology-4000dpi-gaming-mouse.html
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