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Let's hear it from actual players then.

Don't you watch their streams and listen to their interviews?

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I'm gonna have to agree with Hasukka on this one. I don't delve too deeply into the pro e-sports scene, but haven't some top-tier FPS players used mice with laser sensors before? Like the Sensei, for instance...

That just tells me acceleration on those laser Avago sensors isn't that big of a deal.

If not the FPS scene, I'm pretty sure S4, one of the best players in the Dota 2 scene at the moment, uses a Sensei. Again... doesn't seem like acceleration is such an issue.

I've thought about just not giving a **** about acceleration from those laser Avago sensors anymore, and just buying the Taipan, cause its shape is my favorite of all mice I've tried.

Get Right was using the Rival when he was sponsored by SteelSeries. Once that contract was over he switched his mouse. He went back to his Xai, but he didn't like it anymore. He went to the FK for a short time, Then went back to the Rival. He eventually started to use the G303...

Get Right used to really like the Xai, but after playing with other mice he moved away from it. Jordan might feel the same about the Xai.
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Rekt by NiP 2:0

Time to change sponsor wink.gif /s

Doesn't 3 NiP players use Zowie mice?
Edited by popups - 10/31/15 at 10:41am
post #4512 of 7008
EC2-A, yes.
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Doesn't 3 NiP players use Zowie mice?

I saw 2 Zowies. They looked like EC2s and also 1 Steelseries Ikari I think? Could be wrong, but I know they change mice a lot.
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I'm gonna have to agree with Hasukka on this one. I don't delve too deeply into the pro e-sports scene, but haven't some top-tier FPS players used mice with laser sensors before? Like the Sensei, for instance...

That just tells me acceleration on those laser Avago sensors isn't that big of a deal.

Not in CS.

In quake however...

Look at all the overshooting with the rail whilst flicking during a high speed move*

I remember running a Xai and Zowie AM concurrently, I preferred the precision/snappy feel of the Xai in CSGO and the consistency of the AM in Quake/UT instagib.
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I saw 2 Zowies. They looked like EC2s and also 1 Steelseries Ikari I think? Could be wrong, but I know they change mice a lot.

Rival, EC2, Ikari, EC2, G303

Funny how Xizt keeps going back to the Ikari.
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Funny how Xizt keeps going back to the Ikari.

Probably the shape.
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Don't you watch their streams and listen to their interviews?

No, because I'm not interested in whatever they are doing. Their opinion on anything is a merely their opinion.
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No, because I'm not interested in whatever they are doing. Their opinion on anything is a merely their opinion.

Then why say this?
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"Let's hear it from actual players then."

Their opinion matters a lot. What they have to say about a product can change the direction a company takes and what consumers ask for.

Your opinion isn't valuable like a pro players. You can defend products all you want, but a video of TSM does more than you could ever.
Edited by popups - 10/31/15 at 12:42pm
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Yes, directions. We can see that with current lineup of products from razer and logitech.

I don't have to defend anything since there's no need for me to justify my purchase to anybody. I buy stuff because I like it, not because some "pro" said it's cool. Which, actually, you should do too.
Pro players are good because of their experience in the "field" not because of peripheral. The fact that said "pros" had no problem what so ever using crappy 3090 implementations and so hated laser sensors, pretty much proves that as long as the shape fits you and there are no hardware malfunction (such as rivals jump bug or just plain sensor malfunction if you reach high speeds) you'll do just fine.
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Its interesting that Friberg use Rival, he was using G400S for a period.
But yeah, CSGO is all about angles and crosshair placement.
I do find G303's amazing clicks to be very beneficial tho.

Logitech have the recipt to make something amazingly good, the best mouse in the world, ever made.
If they just stop making seriously funky designs.
Edited by Aventadoor - 10/31/15 at 1:36pm
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