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@Melan & chr1spe


Yes sure its a bit about preference and what you are used to, but most people only dont complain because they dont know the difference.

When i looked up the link i posted before, i came across this again : http://www.overclock.net/t/1522415/lightbox/post/23290388/id/2286308

If you hold your G100s like that its all fine. If not it might just harder to learn for your muscle memory. I never felt that my aiming was good with the G100s, or ninox aurora.

Not saying a too high sensor postion trows off your aim, but an optimal position just feels more natural. About the ninox aurora, in the past i put its pcb in a G1 shell and it suddenly felt like an aimbot in game. Unfortunately i never got the clicks to work very good, so i gave up on it.


btw,
When i seen that picture again from Nilizum thread, i took my zalman i was talking about and held it in a comfortable way and then measured the distance, just like on the pic and guess what? Its exactly 6,5 cm.

Then i did the same with my dm1 pro mod (altered sensor position) and again 6.5 cm. Coincidences? Preferences? I think a G1 with a proper sensor is just too good. Thats why they never made it. Nobody would ever buy another mouse again. Conspiracy ?

Lol, when I hold my g303 how I like it which feels great for me the back of the mouse is at least 65mm and probably more like 70mm from my wrist and the sensor is more like 125mm from my wrist.
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The G303 gives choices how to hold it? Didnt know
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@Melan & chr1spe
Then i did the same with my dm1 pro mod (altered sensor position) and again 6.5 cm. Coincidences? Preferences? I think a G1 with a proper sensor is just too good. Thats why they never made it. Nobody would ever buy another mouse again. Conspiracy ?

I'm getting r0ach vibes from this dude..... (talking about a different topic tho)
post #674 of 3549
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The G303 gives choices how to hold it? Didnt know

I can claw it fine as well, but I lose all control because the sensor is behind my thumb and ring/pinky finger. I lose all control with any mouse in claw grip though. If the sensor is behind my fingers I can't aim with wrist movements at all.
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Conspiracy ?

The word you're looking for is "Placebo".
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I can claw it fine as well, but I lose all control because the sensor is behind my thumb and ring/pinky finger. I lose all control with any mouse in claw grip though. If the sensor is behind my fingers I can't aim with wrist movements at all.

Heh, but as you can see, it is quite subjective. We are individuals and a lot of things play a role whether someone perceives a certain sensor position good or not. There is no "real science" for it stating the absolute truth for what is the best sensor position for everyone. Nilizum's theory is cool and all but it generalizes and assumes way too much.
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Heh, but as you can see, it is quite subjective. We are individuals and a lot of things play a role whether someone perceives a certain sensor position good or not. There is no "real science" for it stating the absolute truth for what is the best sensor position for everyone. Nilizum's theory is cool and all but it generalizes and assumes way too much.

Yeah, I'm totally not saying sensor position doesn't matter, I'm just saying I really don't like most of what he said. He also tries to say it isn't subjective.
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The word you're looking for is "Placebo".


Calling something placebo im using many hours a day is crazy. I did quite a few mousemods in the past, which involve tweaking sensor position. Im not even saying 6.5 cm position is the way to go for everyone and for all shapes. Nilizum knows my opinion about that. But yea, its 6,5 +/- 5mm for sure, depending on how you hold the mouse. After all i can backup Nilizum science about the 6,5cm, if your palm touches the back of the mouse (like its mostly the case with WMO or Sensei shapes)



Also you guys need to understand what he means with "ghostcurve", as this is the case with the G100s shape. That's why 6 cm cant be optimal, where its pretty damn well on the original xai/sensei.
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I'm getting r0ach vibes from this dude..... (talking about a different topic tho)


Is a little off topic anyways. But its a shame logitech needs pro players to do a proper G1 shaped mouse. They just needed to use the mx300 shape and put a proper sensor in it, and maybe use their a metal spring tensioning system for the buttons. This is all marketing and money making. You people should get that,.
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post #680 of 3549
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Thats why they never made it. Nobody would ever buy another mouse again. Conspiracy ?

Whew man, and here I thought there were always ways to improve mice when we had it all wrong guys. Just put the sensor around 65mm and everyone else loses. You too, can try and make it with with this market destroyer and make out with an obviously greater sum of money than your initial investment.

Sarcasm aside, seeing things only through your own eyes is what creates those gull quoted statements.
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