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post #51 of 72
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

I'm surprised the word "raw"(when used in reference to a mouse's performance) hasn't mutated into a meme at this point.

As far as I'm concerned, it has ever since the days of maxkohler.
post #52 of 72
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Originally Posted by aLv1080 View Post

Bad sensor, crappy build quality, etc
But probably the DM1 will cure my addiction for a while...

Still performs better than my Deathadder, Rival 300 or G303. And quality is good. Compared to Deathadder way better. Actually Sensei is a quality mouse.
post #53 of 72
it would be interesting to add the dell oem mouse to this list.. : ] shouldnt cost much, try it!
post #54 of 72
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Originally Posted by Poodle View Post

Still performs better than my Deathadder, Rival 300 or G303. And quality is good. Compared to Deathadder way better. Actually Sensei is a quality mouse.

Because shape is more important than everything else?
And no, it's not a "quality mouse" at all. rofl
post #55 of 72
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Originally Posted by crzg View Post

Today my HORI Edge 101 arrived and I'm actually surprised by the mouse. With weights its heavy as a rock and not usable imo but without that metal plate it has a good weight for stable aiming, shape is also quite good and I already fell in love with the metal mousefeet, they glide better than your usual teflons and are notably more consistent from what I feel.

Now i gotta figure out how to tame that crappy mouse cable, I've never had a ****tier cable on any mouse in my life. This thing is literally satan and my desk setup doesn't allow me to use a mousebungee...

That's the mouse I settled on (again) after piling up all my mice I still have on my table and comparing them. For me it's mostly the shape that wins me over. For the cable I use it like this: http://www.overclock.net/t/1576386/hori-edge-101-optical-gaming-mouse/110#post_24845175

It always stays in the air, regardless of movement. In a weird way it's the best cable I had (for my usage scenarios).
post #56 of 72
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Originally Posted by aLv1080 View Post

And no, it's not a "quality mouse" at all. rofl

Sensei's shell itself is actually on the quality side.
post #57 of 72
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Originally Posted by aLv1080 View Post

Because shape is more important than everything else?
And no, it's not a "quality mouse" at all. rofl

No. Not because of shape. Shell is very good quality and buttons also. No problems with click latency. So its a laser mouse so it must be low quality? rofl
post #58 of 72
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Originally Posted by Poodle View Post

No. Not because of shape. Shell is very good quality and buttons also. No problems with click latency. So its a laser mouse so it must be low quality? rofl

The build quality itself feels super cheap, the scrollwheel on both of my Sensei RAWs started acting crazy after a few months, one of the side buttons of my mouse is stuck, etc.
Oh, not to mention that the first one died suddenly biggrin.gif It has never happened with me before with any other mouse.

I just like that shape a lot. The sensor is pretty bad but usable at some point.
post #59 of 72
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Originally Posted by aLv1080 View Post

The build quality itself feels super cheap, the scrollwheel on both of my Sensei RAWs started acting crazy after a few months, one of the side buttons of my mouse is stuck, etc.
Oh, not to mention that the first one died suddenly biggrin.gif It has never happened with me before with any other mouse.

I just like that shape a lot. The sensor is pretty bad but usable at some point.

So you had couple of defective units. My G303 rattles and G502 died after a month. You cant even compare Deathadder and Sensei. Razer shell and buttons are crap on every model. Zowie scroll wheel is a joke. Coolermaster mice like mizar or alcor have extremely low quality cheat plastic shell.

Sensei was pretty much the flagship of Steelseries and Sensei Raw Rubberized is actually on par with Rival 300. You probably just havent tried rubberized version at all.
post #60 of 72
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Originally Posted by Poodle View Post

So you had couple of defective units. My G303 rattles and G502 died after a month. You cant even compare Deathadder and Sensei. Razer shell and buttons are crap on every model. Zowie scroll wheel is a joke. Coolermaster mice like mizar or alcor have extremely low quality cheat plastic shell.

Sensei was pretty much the flagship of Steelseries and Sensei Raw Rubberized is actually on par with Rival 300. You probably just havent tried rubberized version at all.

I haven't tried it, but it shouldn't be that different from the Orange Heat and the Frost Blue. I also had friends having the same scroll wheel problem as I did with the Sensei, but luckily their mice are still working.
IMO there's no point on buying a Sensei RAW right now, there's way better options out there.

I have a DA3,5G that I used for 2 years straight, and I have it for 5 or 6 years now. Still working fine, and the build quality feels better than the Sensei RAW for me. But I tested the 2013 one and it didn't feel as good. Never had a problem with Logitech mice, the G100s doesn't have a great build quality, but it's understandable for 20$, and I've been using it for 2 years on and off and I never had a problem with it.

The only mice that I actually had trouble was the Sensei RAW and the FK1 (Scroll wheel would randomly activate sometimes, and it developed double click on the scroll wheel after 1 year or so)
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