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post #11 of 22
Logitech Mini Optical is pretty light. Like 70 grams or less.

Logitech g9x without the shells is pretty light too, around 80 grams. You can probably remove a bunch of things and screws and make it weight around 60 grams.

Genius Maurus is pretty light, around 70 grams.

Kinzu.

Salmosa asian d edition.

genius navigator 535, which is one of my favorites, weights around 70 grams.

Abyssus.

I can't think of any other that may weigh less than 80 grams.

You can probably try your luck with those chinese mice with 3090 sensors that are on amazon. Most are cheaply built, so they should weigh much less.
post #12 of 22
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Originally Posted by senileoldman View Post

Logitech Mini Optical is pretty light. Like 70 grams or less.

Logitech g9x without the shells is pretty light too, around 80 grams. You can probably remove a bunch of things and screws and make it weight around 60 grams.

Genius Maurus is pretty light, around 70 grams.

Kinzu.

Salmosa asian d edition.

genius navigator 535, which is one of my favorites, weights around 70 grams.

Abyssus.

I can't think of any other that may weigh less than 80 grams.
He asked for decent sensors.
post #13 of 22
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He asked for decent sensors.

what's wrong with the sensors of those mice?

As I've said many times before.

I'm the greatest aimer alive, nobody can compare to me. I'm not playing or toying you. I'm using the g9x, and I can rekt nerds left and right.

I can even outaim you with an office mouse.

That's how good I am.
post #14 of 22
steelseries kana v2 without side buttons is 66.5g (72g with )
post #15 of 22
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what's wrong with the sensors of those mice?

As I've said many times before.

I'm the greatest aimer alive, nobody can compare to me. I'm not playing or toying you. I'm using the g9x, and I can rekt nerds left and right.

I can even outaim you with an office mouse.

That's how good I am.

Mini Optical malfunctions at <1m/s.
G9x has a laser sensor.
Not sure about the Genius mouse.
Kinzu V1 malfunctions at <2m/s, V2 and V3 have horrible button delay.
Salmosa Asian is locked at 125Hz polling rate afaik, normal Salmosa should be fine though since it comes after the 3668 being terrible fiasco, it also has decent click delay too.
No idea about the Genius mouse (again)
Abby is fine depending on the version you get, 3668 ones will brick if you update the firmware, 3888 ones malfunction a lot, the new V2 is apparently decent but has heavy smoothing.

I mean, I play with a Kinzu V1 so I don't really care for sensors as long as it can track at >1m/s and doesn't have dreadful click delay, it'll work for me.
    
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post #16 of 22
G100s without weight is the best I can think of. 66g
post #17 of 22
Zealot Jr. is decent if you can find one, not sure on exact weight but sub-80g from feels.
post #18 of 22
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Mini Optical malfunctions at <1m/s.
G9x has a laser sensor.
Not sure about the Genius mouse.
Kinzu V1 malfunctions at <2m/s, V2 and V3 have horrible button delay.
Salmosa Asian is locked at 125Hz polling rate afaik, normal Salmosa should be fine though since it comes after the 3668 being terrible fiasco, it also has decent click delay too.
No idea about the Genius mouse (again)
Abby is fine depending on the version you get, 3668 ones will brick if you update the firmware, 3888 ones malfunction a lot, the new V2 is apparently decent but has heavy smoothing.

I mean, I play with a Kinzu V1 so I don't really care for sensors as long as it can track at >1m/s and doesn't have dreadful click delay, it'll work for me.

Also good luck finding any of these on short notice.
post #19 of 22
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You can probably try your luck with those chinese mice with 3090 sensors that are on amazon. Most are cheaply built, so they should weigh much less.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SMFE5Y2/ref=twister_B00YBVMUT8?_encoding=UTF8&th=1

Does anyone know anything about this? What does 2400 dpi mean; weird 3050 or just garbage?
post #20 of 22
afaik 2400 CPI sensor on Amazon is almost always going to be A5050.
    
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