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It is not to low for me, it's perfect.
Also why I loved diamondback.

So yeah it fails for you, personal preference nothing more really.

How long are your hands?
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You really like defending Steelseries do ya
And I already compared it to Kana v2 which have better sensor, better clicks but worse shape.
And again, r0ach praised the 800dpi step at kana v2, and I trust his OCD about cursor quality over yours any day of the week

not really a steelseries fan boy except for their shapes. i only ever owned a vanilla sensei ($90 when i bought it and died on me 2 months later), sensei RAW and a kana v2.

also he never praised it, he said the only reason he used it was because of the shape. the firmware only made the 3090 somewhat bearable for him. thats all.
this thing has a very similar shape, im sure he wouldn't mind using it either.

lol, salty much?
Edited by discoprince - 10/24/15 at 6:40am
post #1053 of 1497
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Originally Posted by CorruptBE View Post

That's no argument for having a mouse that can't even perform right at a low dpi of 500.

I'd understand if it was crap at higher dpi's considering its price, but it doesn't even do 500 right (the precision feels awful, deadzoning, prediction??, ...).

i don't get any of this with mine, maybe you got a fault device?

this thing has some mild prediction that hardly affects my performance.
post #1054 of 1497
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

What do you expect from a office grade sensor?

i keep saying this in one form or another and people aren't getting it.
post #1055 of 1497
What a surprise, another mouse from SS with a good shape but a bad sensor.
post #1056 of 1497
I actually really like the Rival 100. I enjoy the scrollwheel and the coating. Also I don't really mind the clicks. They are not perfect, but do the job more than good enough, especially if you claw and press them around the scrollwheel area. The only real gripe is the height of the mouse. It feels like it hurts the hand ever so slightly, and if my hands are dry, then I lose grip. Also, don't get enough palm support. Mouse 5 button (forward one) is hard to press from above, so you have to press from below rather than roll down. But this could be only on my unit.
I should really try to get used to it, though.

500 cpi performs quite well. I use 1000 for desktop use and then just switch dpi profile in-game. Couldn't care less what the other cpi steps perform like. Will never need more.

Cable is quite good.

The sensor walls scrapes the mousepad slightly, so maybe thicker feet help(will try to stack up).


If I can manage to perform up to snuff, it will stay on my desk. If I can't, then it's a goner.
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post #1057 of 1497
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Originally Posted by discoprince View Post

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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

You really like defending Steelseries do ya
And I already compared it to Kana v2 which have better sensor, better clicks but worse shape.
And again, r0ach praised the 800dpi step at kana v2, and I trust his OCD about cursor quality over yours any day of the week

not really a steelseries fan boy except for their shapes. i only ever owned a vanilla sensei ($90 when i bought it and died on me 2 months later), sensei RAW and a kana v2.

also he never praised it, he said the only reason he used it was because of the shape. the firmware only made the 3090 somewhat bearable for him. thats all.
this thing has a very similar shape, im sure he wouldn't mind using it either.

lol, salty much?

He kinda did.
And others agree that the 800dpi step was good after the update as well.

And even so it is leaps above the Rival 100 1000dpi step.

If you cannot feel what is wrong with the 1000dpi step on Rival 100 then there is not much to talk about biggrin.gif
You are in denial or just cannot feel it unlike other people here can, and if so well then there is not much to talk about really smile.gif

And nah, to old to be salty, fact is enough for me as I said above, other mice at same price with way better 800-1000dpi step. Defend the mouse all you want, hard to deny pure facts wink.gif

But anyway, I'll leave this now because no use discussing it further, plenty of people reported that the 1000dpi step is bad, I feel it, they feel it, you seem to think it's "good enough for the price" which is kinda dumb biggrin.gif
Edited by Nivity - 10/24/15 at 7:34am
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post #1059 of 1497
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Originally Posted by omar231 View Post

u don't have brain it's a 3059 all those sheets irrelevant

It's only "irrelevant" if you didn't read them. Go to page 6 of both PDFs.

http://html.alldatasheet.com/html-pdf/132520/HP/ADNS-3060/186/6/ADNS-3060.html
http://html.alldatasheet.com/html-pdf/558627/PIXART/ADNS-3050/1338/6/ADNS-3050.html

Are you being a troll like that Reddit guy that came in here a little while ago?

Just because a company renames a component doesn't change what it is. Razer renamed the 3988 to 3989 after the 3988 exclusivity contract was up; they also market their products in generations(?). Roccat renames sensors to make their products sound cool and different.
Edited by popups - 10/24/15 at 4:53pm
post #1060 of 1497
Definitely a troll at this point.
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