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The PTE sensors they use are pretty terrible in comparison to the 3360
have you actually used a pte mouse? i've never used one myself, but afaik z-axis isn't too much of an issue for low-sens players, and as for sensor dampening, it's razer's fault that it's enabled. still i think too many people just blindly hate it...
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post #92 of 146
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have you actually used a pte mouse? i've never used one myself, but afaik z-axis isn't too much of an issue for low-sens players, and as for sensor dampening, it's razer's fault that it's enabled. still i think too many people just blindly hate it...

I have used a mamba TE for a while, i believe it has the same sensor bar the wireless feature, and from what i experienced it just felt a bit strange and the cursor would jump around if i had to reposition the mouse often, although when not getting constantly lifted the mouse was absolutely fine. The mouse is not terrible by any means, but i feel it just wasnt worth the price, and not as good as the competition around it.
Edited by alexandero - 2/5/16 at 8:28pm
post #93 of 146
i've always stayed away from PTE mice because of that z-axis stuff
can't imagine it would work well for me in any kind of game. high LOD is already pretty annoying..
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add a second set of sensors rotated 90 degrees
z-axis solved
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add a second set of sensors rotated 90 degrees
z-axis solved

But that would increase the production cost, and of course will increase the already expensive price of the mouse tongue.gif
post #96 of 146
And weight marginally b/c I care too much about weight
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add a second set of sensors rotated 90 degrees
z-axis solved
you need 180. if you do 90, two of the lasers will still point in the same direction and cause either horizontal or vertical angle-snapping.

still it's a very doable concept given pte's small size and simple package.
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Yeah my bad, I misspoke
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@Elrick I'm impressed hahahaha... I wonder... Would you think the same, if it was from Razer? Your Razer hate aside smile.gif

Razer mice arent exactly bad, just their sensor choice is bad for their top of the range expensive mice. The PTE sensors they use are pretty terrible in comparison to the 3360

Hey you lot, you've made me out to be some kind of Rabid Ogre and I'm not.

Razer-Hate comes from years of spending money on their gear and getting poor quality disasters. Plus their fragrant use of that bloated piece of rubbish we all know as "Synapse" which basically stuffs up the sensors no end.

On top of all that they still are content of not installing even a tiny amount of memory within any of their mice yet they demand you lot to hand over hundreds of dollars for their current sink holes known as input devices.

If they ever start to re-introduce onboard memory with their mice into the future, then I may re-assess my potent hatred towards them but until that happens I still won't change my mind about them and their current attitude of selling "junk".
post #100 of 146
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The mouse is not terrible by any means, but i feel it just wasnt worth the price, and not as good as the competition around it.

EXACTLY if they actually sold the mouse for what it's really worth for around $39.00USD then they wouldn't be judged so harshly but at their current wallet raping prices best to try some other gear with a permanent record of higher performance and quality for the price they charge.

Logitech may be my future company to shill about here on OCN when they finally release this G900 series. Looking forward to getting it and using it everyday, without using their LGS software because this company still believes in onboard memory for all their higher end products.
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