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Originally Posted by danielhowk View Post

is EC-1A slimmer than DA ?
i know EC-2A is smaller than DA but EC-1A is slightly bigger than DA . but is it still slimmer ?
EC1-A is like 1mm longer than DeathAdder and EC1-A is thinner from side than deathadder. So in short, yes EC1-A is slimmer tongue.gif
post #1352 of 2813
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Originally Posted by danielhowk View Post

is EC-1A slimmer than DA ?
i know EC-2A is smaller than DA but EC-1A is slightly bigger than DA . but is it still slimmer ?
If you'd like, I could take some side-by-side pictures of the Deathadder 2013 + Zowie EC1-A.
post #1353 of 2813
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If you'd like, I could take some side-by-side pictures of the Deathadder 2013 + Zowie EC1-A.
is okay i appreciate that. i bought both ec1-a and ec2-a. but thanks anyways <3 thumbs up
post #1354 of 2813
the buttons are pretty hard like a default hp or dell mouse, my lmb is harder than my rmb. right side feels very low and im kinda forced to put my index near the MW . the hump feel outta place. my mouse wheel scrolls like ive used it for a year already

cable is fantastic tho
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post #1355 of 2813
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Originally Posted by agsz View Post

At least it's not just me. My major issue with it is, small movements don't seem to register, as if there's pixel skipping or something.

Have to say the unit i have is alright, and the smallest movements that I can make seem to be registering. Really hope these problems don't keep occuring with the Zowie mice, and I think it may even be worse if it's just some units that are doing this, as it shows you can't rely on Zowie for quality control. With the cpi steps being off as well, I think that shows there's a lot of variance from unit to unit with the ecx-a mice.
post #1356 of 2813
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Originally Posted by etplayer View Post

Have to say the unit i have is alright, and the smallest movements that I can make seem to be registering. Really hope these problems don't keep occuring with the Zowie mice, and I think it may even be worse if it's just some units that are doing this, as it shows you can't rely on Zowie for quality control. With the cpi steps being off as well, I think that shows there's a lot of variance from unit to unit with the ecx-a mice.
When you say the CPI steps are off, do you mean it's not running at the CPI step that it should? (e.g. In MouseTester.exe, it shows 380 DPI when set to 400 DPI)
post #1357 of 2813
After some use of the ec1-a mouse.. grip is almost perfect (feel a slight touch more of width and length would be perfect) for me and I would suggest it for anyone who needs right handed ergonomic mouse. Grip on this for me supports my second finger in from the right, pinky I curl on the side and it's nicely comfy I don't get aching hands or anything like that. Mouse wheel does accidental scroll for me at times, but it's definately not a phantom scroll issue more of a 'I touched the wheel' issue. As I thought the raised side buttons stop me from accidental button clicks there too. I can confirm that hotline games ec feet and tiger ec feet will fit this mouse as of just now I checked them by holding them against the original feet.
post #1358 of 2813
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Originally Posted by agsz View Post

When you say the CPI steps are off, do you mean it's not running at the CPI step that it should? (e.g. In MouseTester.exe, it shows 380 DPI when set to 400 DPI)

Yes, on the FK1 I didn't notce anyone say they had that issue and in ino's review it was spot on for 400dpi. In his review on the ec2-a it's 390.
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Originally Posted by etplayer View Post

Yes, on the FK1 I didn't notce anyone say they had that issue and in ino's review it was spot on for 400dpi. In his review on the ec2-a it's 390.
Yeah, I did a bunch of tests to compare to my Deathadder 2013, to see how much of a difference in DPI it was, so I could compensate by upping the in-game sensitivity. Here's some EC1-A tests:
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Originally Posted by agsz View Post

Yeah, I did a bunch of tests to compare to my Deathadder 2013, to see how much of a difference in DPI it was, so I could compensate by upping the in-game sensitivity. Here's some EC1-A tests:

Nice. I wouldn't be worried if everyone agreed the mice were 390dpi, or 385dpi it'd just be nice to know that it's less than random as to what you get
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