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Originally Posted by AloneInTheDuck View Post

3310 has spin out bag, has acceleration and some 3310 mouses has different latency on x-y axes (zowie) http://web.archive.org/web/20170606075440/http://recklessyuki.com/mouse-database/
mlt04 also has own drawbacks, but IMO: spin out bug on 3310 it's much worse than all of them

Reckless Yuki is a moron most of the time. I don't trust his tests. If you have a more reputable test I'd like to see it. Implementation is key too and I'd put the Roccat DPI fixed firmware above any MLT04.

Tilt slam spin exists and is a rare usage case in the grand scheme of things. The low malfunction speed of the MLT04 is a more problematic issue for accurate tracking. You restrict yourself because the sensor cannot keep up.

Dead zone, no real choices with mouse shells, only able to use one bad DPI step, poor accurate tracking speed. Doesn't look like a good package against a 3310.
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malfunction or negaccel speed? I never rich malfunction on mlt04

Are you redefining malfunction? Unless your name is Merriam or Webster I don't think that's a good idea.

That's exactly what it does. Malfunction.
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

maybe i just need to disable lighting because the sensor/lens isnt covered -.-

I doubt something that's meant to prevent light bleed would change much.
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