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i have no clue how to see mousetest correctly
post #32 of 39
If the dots are close to the line it's good.
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Thanks for the pics. Which mousemat was that Sensei tested on?

Anyway, ordered a Sensei Raw Frost Blue for a cheap price to test it myself and see if shape > * for me.
post #34 of 39
Qck+ puretrak talent and artisan hayate and hien without problem..
but i ordered artisan Shiden Xsoft just because is better for laser.
and probably Goliathus speed is a good choice! biggrin.gif
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Will test mine when it arrives on the Raiden MID. Awesome pad. It's like a G-TF Speed with less textured feel.
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Originally Posted by thizito View Post

Qck+ puretrak talent and artisan hayate and hien without problem..
but i ordered artisan Shiden Xsoft just because is better for laser.

I find the Sensei works brilliantly with Hien plus love the slight textured feel of the surface. Lasers are forgiving on most surfaces except cloth based pads.

Anything Artizan will work with a Sensei compared to the iffy results you get from some 3310 based devices.
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Lasers are forgiving on most surfaces except cloth based pads.
This can't be more true. Honestly, I know I am an idiot, but I find no difference between a Laser and an Optical sensor, LOL. The laser on a hard mat seems exactly as accurate to me as an optical.
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Originally Posted by ithehappy View Post

This can't be more true. Honestly, I know I am an idiot, but I find no difference between a Laser and an Optical sensor, LOL. The laser on a hard mat seems exactly as accurate to me as an optical.
The only issue most people here have with laser mice is the hardware-level accel. In theory, the accel should be reduced (but never totally eliminated) on hard surfaces. Honestly I haven't noticed much difference. In other words, if you're okay with using a laser mouse in the first place I wouldn't say it's a must to use one on a hard surface imo.
post #39 of 39
wait for the new Asus mouses, I heard they are requesting feedback on what sensor to use etc
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