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Steelseries Kinzu V2Coming soon.Optical LEDTTC MechanicalOmron D2FC-F-7N (Pro Edition)
Hi skylit, nice list. Sry if this already has been answered.
You say that the kinzu v2 will have Omron D2FC-F-7N (Pro Edition) switches. Is that for the regular kinzu v2? And does that mean that a pro edition will be launched?
Edited by ARIKOmagic - 11/22/11 at 3:06am
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I think it will be the same as with the original Kinzu, meaning, a regular Kinzu v2 with TTC switches and Omron switches for the Kinzu v2 Pro Edition. However, we'll have to wait until v2 is out. wink.gif
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Skylit i don't know if you're watching the "CM Spawn or Xornet; what are the differences?" thread, but can you please explain the difference between the malfunction speed of a sensor and the so called "max speed" (i'm guessing it's the speed that Enotus measures)? Obviously what Enotus reads is highly innacurate, but is this "max speed" ussually higher than the "real world" malfunction speed? And how much higher (innacurate) is it in your experience?
Thx in advance.
Edited by kaingosu - 11/24/11 at 12:21pm
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What is the best CM Spawn mouse or logitech g300? What advise?
post #506 of 1560
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after i have used it for 4 days, this is what i've gathered. great sensor with low prediction (quote form official page: "High-performance, reliable optical engine with faster, more accurate response" - correct). shape too small, at least for my taste. cheap, and no gay flashy lights - excellent.

however, if u are in the cheap mouse buying business, i would still recommend wmo and a4tech x7's (the ones with wmo look alike shape like mine x718) as a thing to buy.

just a little update. now i have spent a quite reasonable amount of time with this mouse. i have to say that this must be the best finger tiping mouse i have tried so far.

just for comparison reasons i have borrowed abyssus and salmosa from friends, and it's my subjective opinion that it's much superior in build quality, and sensor posibly (did notice some jittering with both of them on cloth). it does fail a little in the button department, because omron is always better than TTC. however, considering the price, this is a must have.
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How do you change the amplify setting in audition, it will only read in db.
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I think it will be the same as with the original Kinzu, meaning, a regular Kinzu v2 with TTC switches and Omron switches for the Kinzu v2 Pro Edition. However, we'll have to wait until v2 is out. wink.gif
True that wink.gif
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post #509 of 1560
Hi! I've been using outerspace's logger to get the data from my Roccat Kone v2 and I've come across something weird. In many measurements (swipes with the mouse) there seem to be unusual sample values. I've attached a screenshot so you can see what I mean. This happens using a mousepad and using just the table surface, and sometimes there are a couple of these irregularities in a swipe, not just one. The polling rate is 2 ms so I don't think that this can actually create problems in real life, but I'm curious about the explanation of such behavior.

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post #510 of 1560
Crypto72 it's a little bit of negative acceleration but really small amount of it smile.gif.
This could be normal error (nothing is perfect) or caused by wrong/dirty mouse pad.
As long as you cannot feel it in game, there is nothing to be worried about.
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