Originally Posted by phlare
Being a low DPI user, I'm assuming you prefer moderate to low sensitivity in games? What's your typical inch/cm per 360°? I moved on to clothpads years ago, and I certainly haven't looked back. You can generally achieve even less friction with some hardpads, but the friction from clothpads feels much smoother, and in my experience gives you a greater feeling of control. I can wholeheartedly recommend the G400. No prediction/angle-snapping (unless you're extremely unlucky and receive an old version - just make sure to buy from a large retailer and you should be more than safe). Great sensor as well (no acceleration). Overall superb mouse.
As for mousepads, the classic Qpad CT is a decent match. I've stocked up on the Grin version
because I enjoy the design, but the regular versions are more conservative if that's your thing. Good luck!
Thank you for answering my question, phlare!
Well, right now I'm using 720 DPI (CPI in the SteelSeries Engine) and low in-game sensitivity; but I don't actually know how many cm per 360. If I use the whole mousepad, I'm around 320-330 degrees (I have a SteelSeries 4HD). So I actually have to lift or "swipe" my mouse in order to make a full 360.
I've been looking on the Logitech G400 for a while now. I have a few questions about it:
1. The surface on the mouse - is it grey or brown?
2. It looks a bit "uncomfortable" - am I wrong?
3. How well does the G400's sensor track on a "cheap" surfaces such as this: QcK