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post #151 of 717
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Originally Posted by Brightmist View Post

For Xornet:

Cons:
> Low PCS, high LOD sensor, doesn't track on a lot of stuff
> Rubber sides, bad quality plastic overall.
> Really bad feet.
> Overall bad production quality, things tend to rattle.

Pros:
> Original shape
> Best click latency
> OK weight.
> Good outer shell design for main clicks.

So wait pretty much for Xornet 2 really.


Xornet tracks on Artisan Raiden, I could get my G502 to malfunction on it...
post #152 of 717
Quote:
Originally Posted by Brightmist View Post

For Xornet:

Cons:
> Low PCS, high LOD sensor, doesn't track on a lot of stuff
> Rubber sides, bad quality plastic overall.
> Really bad feet.
> Overall bad production quality, things tend to rattle.

Pros:
> Original shape
> Best click latency
> OK weight.
> Good outer shell design for main clicks.

So wait pretty much for Xornet 2 really.
Welp I ordered the Xornet 2 and making a post on deskauthority asking if there will be a better firmware to improve click latency.
post #153 of 717
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

I want to buy it, but I doubt I could use such a shape.

I have pretty big hands and I've traditionally palmed large ergo mice such as the IE 3.0, MX500 shape series, DA, EC1, etc.., and even though I just can't get used to my 303 due to it being so small, I actually found a comfortable grip with my Xornet after only a few hours using it. I was pretty skeptical about it and only bought it because it was about $20, but I must say it was a really nice surprise, which is why I'm now really looking forward to the Xornet II. If you are not 100% sure you won't be able to use the shape I would say it's worth a shot.
post #154 of 717
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Originally Posted by wits View Post

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Originally Posted by popups View Post

I want to buy it, but I doubt I could use such a shape.

I have pretty big hands and I've traditionally palmed large ergo mice such as the IE 3.0, MX500 shape series, DA, EC1, etc.., and even though I just can't get used to my 303 due to it being so small, I actually found a comfortable grip with my Xornet after only a few hours using it. I was pretty skeptical about it and only bought it because it was about $20, but I must say it was a really nice surprise, which is why I'm now really looking forward to the Xornet II. If you are not 100% sure you won't be able to use the shape I would say it's worth a shot.

Thanks for letting us know. Really want to try this Xornet II out when it becomes available due to it's unique shape also because it would be nice to once again try out a small mouse without leaving cramps in my fingers.
post #155 of 717
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Originally Posted by plyr View Post

Xornet tracks on Artisan Raiden, I could get my G502 to malfunction on it...

Are you sure it isn't the Surface Calibration bug where 3366 goes haywire around 3+ m/s? Have you tried it with new firmware?
post #156 of 717
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Originally Posted by Elrick View Post

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Originally Posted by wits View Post

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Originally Posted by popups View Post

I want to buy it, but I doubt I could use such a shape.

I have pretty big hands and I've traditionally palmed large ergo mice such as the IE 3.0, MX500 shape series, DA, EC1, etc.., and even though I just can't get used to my 303 due to it being so small, I actually found a comfortable grip with my Xornet after only a few hours using it. I was pretty skeptical about it and only bought it because it was about $20, but I must say it was a really nice surprise, which is why I'm now really looking forward to the Xornet II. If you are not 100% sure you won't be able to use the shape I would say it's worth a shot.

Thanks for letting us know. Really want to try this Xornet II out when it becomes available due to it's unique shape also because it would be nice to once again try out a small mouse without leaving cramps in my fingers.

^This. G303 is really messing up my hand because I can't have a stable hold of it without deathgripping it.
post #157 of 717
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Originally Posted by Zenith Phantasm View Post

^This. G303 is really messing up my hand because I can't have a stable hold of it without deathgripping it.

same for me

g303s sensor feeling and clicks where awesome , but this diamondshape really ****s up your hands/comfort

i used my mx300 for 4-5 years and settled quite good on the xornet2 in like 2-3 days
post #158 of 717
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Originally Posted by Brightmist View Post

Are you sure it isn't the Surface Calibration bug where 3366 goes haywire around 3+ m/s? Have you tried it with new firmware?

Could be that, even though I'm on the last firmware, but I don't think i'm able to pull 3m/s, Xornet doesn't and works well for me...
post #159 of 717
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Originally Posted by Brightmist View Post

For Xornet:

Cons:
> Low PCS, high LOD sensor, doesn't track on a lot of stuff
> Rubber sides, bad quality plastic overall.
> Really bad feet.
> Overall bad production quality, things tend to rattle.

Pros:
> Original shape
> Best click latency
> OK weight.
> Good outer shell design for main clicks.

So wait pretty much for Xornet 2 really.

with the right firmware, the LOD is very low on the Xornet 1, and i would take this implemention any day over the Rival 100 implemention, even with lower max-tracking then.
Rubbersides were awesome on the Xornet 1 aswell. redface.gif
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post #160 of 717
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Originally Posted by thuNDa View Post

with the right firmware, the LOD is very low on the Xornet 1, and i would take this implemention any day over the Rival 100 implemention, even with lower max-tracking then.
Rubbersides were awesome on the Xornet 1 aswell. redface.gif

I dont think the lod is low, you have to tape fix to get it low like any modern sensor, doesnt matter, Xornet II is coming...
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