Originally Posted by mcbrite
Dunno? Maybe lower the sensitivity even lower to make up for it? And even if you hit the screen-edge, I guess you'd still be able to recognize the phenomenon, since it leads to the cursor staying in one area pretty much... Hard to explain but you'll instantly realize what I mean once it happens...
I totally missed the fact that you were bouncing the mouse between two screens to have it act like that. I only have a single screen and I couldn't get mine to behave like that, sorry.
Now that I have both the Xai and the G500 I can finally confirm a few things that certain people deny.
1. The Xai behaves very similarly to the G500, they have the same sensor after all. Can't get it to skip or produce any negative acceleration on a hard pad (4HD) but has negative acceleration on a cloth pad (Qck). It isn't as bad as the G500 but the Xai's maximum control speed is still lower than the deathadder on a cloth pad. Yeah that old optical mouse released in 2006 for half the price of a Xai which also has no problems with positive acceleration.
2. The Xai feels like it has more positive acceleration compared to the G500 for some reason.
Because of the shape, weight, sensor position and low lift off distance the Xai is a MUCH better mouse compared to the G500. But I'm still not happy with the sensor.
I really wish I could just buy a kinzu with the deathadders sensor equipped with Zowies nifty lift off distance lowering lense. It would be perfect and I could stop wasting money on mice.