I picked up the Mamba Chroma, since I've been using the RAT9 for 4 years with the Twin Eye sensor and love it. Unfortunately, this mouse does not work as well as my RAT9. It feels like it has a slight bit of input lag. That can be ignored. But the biggest issue, is for very small minor adjustments. If you move it in multiple directions at a very slow rate, you'll notice that it'll either jump a bit, or not move. I'm not entirely convinced that it's a sensor issue as I did not have a problem with my RAT9. So I decided to look into the polling rate. I'd come across mice that have a dynamic polling rate before. It helps increase battery life for wireless mice. And it makes sense. Even the RAT9 has it. But one big problem with the Mamba Chroma, is that it actually goes down to 0Hz polling rate. As you can see in the picture, while moving the mouse fast, it does hit 1000Hz polling. But when I start moving it millimeters at a time, as I often do, it drops down quite a lot. And for the record, this is dynamic polling in wired mode. Not wireless. Which makes it even more confusing. My Corsair M65 which is a wired mouse has a constant 1000Hz rate.
I can't imagine the Twin-Eye is responsible for problems that don't exist in the RAT9 or the RAT Pro X. Unfortunately the RAT Pro X had to go back, otherwise I'd still be using it instead of having bought this piece of garbage.
But I need wireless as an option. And the RAT Pro X is actually smaller than the RAT 9, quite a bit lighter which I don't like, and less adjustable. Can't even adjust weight on it!
Anyway, not sure this polling rate issue is what's responsible for the problem with minor movement. But figure it's an important bit of info to point out. Cheers.
p.s. I tested this mouse with both the Razer Firefly mouse pad, and the Razer Manticore aluminum pad (which is an amazing mouse pad). Problem exists with both. My RAT9 still feels way better. Unfortunately as it's getting older, the sensor is getting a bit flaky. And I thought a mouse with an upgraded version of the same sensor would be an improvement. ***. Edited by HyperMatrix - 1/29/16 at 3:11am