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post #361 of 1502
3369 would be hilarious, as was suggested earlier. Logi can at least put "****" on their mold, why not 3369 Razer?
post #362 of 1502
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

I noticed that. But definitely, thanks for sharing the internals of the Elite. I can subtly notice a difference when using a 3310 vs. 3366 sensor. But since I've used a Chroma for almost 3yrs, the difference between that sensor and this new Elite sensor is negligible. And whoopee, 5G? I don't know of anybody that swipes that fast to potentially spin out the sensor (let alone 3G) tongue.gif
thumb.gif Yea, as I've gotten older, my dpi and in-game sensitivity in every game has increased. I think I've just become a lazy gamer and barely move my mouse 4-6 inches. I will definitely never hit the max IPS to spin out any modern mouse.
post #363 of 1502
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Originally Posted by Ickz View Post

***...

How is pressing it compared to the trashy 403/Pro? Is it easier to press? Can you potentially accidentally scroll when pressing it?

It is lighter than the 403/Pro mouse wheel switch. I can spam it without any issues and I highly doubt it could be accidentally activate while scrolling.
post #364 of 1502
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Originally Posted by dakuzo View Post

It is lighter than the 403/Pro mouse wheel switch. I can spam it without any issues and I highly doubt it could be accidentally activate while scrolling.

I meant could you accidentally scroll up or down when pressing the button? Are the notches very tactile?
post #365 of 1502
how is this sesnsor vs the 3366?
post #366 of 1502
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Originally Posted by Infection11 View Post

how is this sesnsor vs the 3366?
I have a G900, G403 and an Elite. I play mainly BF4 with all these mice and I honestly could not tell the difference at all on which sensor is better or more responsive. Unless you're more concerned with motion latency tests as opposed to in-game performance, I'm sure someone will come up with some data and graphs to show comparisons. But honestly, the sensor on the Elite feels identical to the one on the Chroma and isn't any better (or worse) than the 3366.
post #367 of 1502
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Originally Posted by Ickz View Post

I meant could you accidentally scroll up or down when pressing the button? Are the notches very tactile?
Ah, sorry my mistake. I don't think I would have an issue as you've described. But the wheel is pretty loose, but the notches are fairly tactile. I would say the notches are slightly more defined than the G Pro/403.
post #368 of 1502
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

I have a G900, G403 and an Elite. I play mainly BF4 with all these mice and I honestly could not tell the difference at all on which sensor is better or more responsive. Unless you're more concerned with motion latency tests as opposed to in-game performance, I'm sure someone will come up with some data and graphs to show comparisons. But honestly, the sensor on the Elite feels identical to the one on the Chroma and isn't any better (or worse) than the 3366.
HMHMH DONT KNOW WHAT TO BUY..
i had chroma and 2013 da
and my experince with chroma was bad the sensor feel so bad for me i go back to the 2013..
post #369 of 1502
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Originally Posted by costilletas View Post

dpi settings? elite's only dpi step is 16k yessir.gif
Default DPI steps
post #370 of 1502
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Originally Posted by Infection11 View Post

no 3360?
time for logitech tho

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