Originally Posted by trhead
How about some improvements after all these years? Why should a PRO GAMING mouse only be usable at 500cpi? My 2 year old cheap Chinese mice from Aliexpress (mostly A3050 sensors) have the same behavior. How about some proper mouse feet. I'm sick and tired of this industry and this BS. sigh
EDIT: bst had the right idea and vision with Aurora but things just didn't work out for some reason
huh? i use this mouse at 1000 dpi, whats the problem? i still play cs:go, starcraft 2 and all my other games and still perform just as good as i did with any of my 3366 (g502/303) and 3310 mice (the list is too long for this one).
i don't just read forums and go by what other people are saying, like a lot
of people do here. i buy the product and see for myself how it works for me
. mice are very subjective and most people have different experiences with them.
i've been reading and posting here in the mouse forum for a long, long time. at this point i know who to listen to and who to avoid when it comes to opinions and insight on whats good and what isn't.
the only other 3050 mouse i own, which is the cm storm xornet, i never had any issues with. so i can't say much about your chinese 3050 mice which seem to be of piss poor quality. hardly anything to compare a steelseries mouse to or a cm storm mouse either for that matter. im no fan boy of either btw.
and as far as the industry goes, there doesn't seem to be as much BS as there used to be. with logitech and smaller companies like finalmouse/zowie stepping up and moving away from the dpi wars and laser mice and focusing more on the real issues. of course you could argue the logitech shapes are poor and all the like but the industry is heading in the right direction, compared to say, 5 years ago.
if anything i feel like the RBG wars have taken over the DPI war.Edited by discoprince - 10/21/15 at 1:34pm