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post #821 of 1476
Was referring to the convo above your post.

Max registry is based on 800 multiple. Yes, all those are offered.

Should be. Been a year.
Edited by Skylit - 8/17/13 at 4:07pm
post #822 of 1476
So... on low dpi zowie has a better sensor or deathadder?
Im asking in this thred only about sensor, the form factor is too much matter of taste.

About roccat, think I saw some very disipointment thread here from savu bayer? But maybe pure optic is another story. How is on low dpi compared to other two?
I actually only used IE 3.0
post #823 of 1476
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So... on low dpi zowie has a better sensor or deathadder?
Im asking in this thred only about sensor, the form factor is too much matter of taste.

About roccat, think I saw some very disipointment thread here from savu bayer? But maybe pure optic is another story. How is on low dpi compared to other two?
I actually only used IE 3.0
They have the same sensor architecture and track pretty much the same. The only differences are the DPI steps, deathadder has higher LOD and the max tracking speed of the deathadder is a lot higher, due the lens.

I've never heard anything bad about the savu, apart from its shape.

I'm also not sure if the kone pure optical has angle snapping on it. It's not on the list of mice with it disabled. Angle snapping is pretty subtle, but it does make it harder to play.
post #824 of 1476
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^It isn't really that big of a deal for a majority of users.
That's actually interpolation off the fairly non optimal 3200 CPI registry value.

The mouse is much more accurate and corrects less than any previous Agilent/Avago based 3060/3080.

400 CPI uses the true 800 reg, and 800 uses the true 1600 reg. The sensor actually defaults at 1200, granted was not implemented in Steelseries solution.

Skylit, thanks for the explanation.

I use 1000Hz, is that a suitable report rate for the Bloody X7/Kana?

Can you explain more about the CPI and "reg" please?
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post #825 of 1476
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Originally Posted by Alma69 View Post

So... on low dpi zowie has a better sensor or deathadder?
Im asking in this thred only about sensor, the form factor is too much matter of taste.

About roccat, think I saw some very disipointment thread here from savu bayer? But maybe pure optic is another story. How is on low dpi compared to other two?
I actually only used IE 3.0
I used my Savu at 400/800dpi @ 1000Hz. Honestly, tracking-wise it's it's one of the "best" mice I've used so far. I'm honest with you, shape is a matter of taste. Pretty responsive in every aspect and believe me, its weight is just perfect. Kone Pure Optical may fit more people than Savu though. However, I'm back on my G500 because it's a little more comfortable for me. I'm waiting for Naga 2014 or an update/replacement of Imperator with new PTE. I'll use that till Roccat will implement PTE in one of their mice. Should this mouse please me at all, I'll just buy a Kone Pure Optical. I like Roccat nowadays. I feel like they go the right direction.
post #826 of 1476
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I used my Savu at 400/800dpi @ 1000Hz. Honestly, tracking-wise it's it's one of the "best" mice I've used so far. I'm honest with you, shape is a matter of taste. Pretty responsive in every aspect and believe me, its weight is just perfect. Kone Pure Optical may fit more people than Savu though. However, I'm back on my G500 because it's a little more comfortable for me. I'm waiting for Naga 2014 or an update/replacement of Imperator with new PTE. I'll use that till Roccat will implement PTE in one of their mice. Should this mouse please me at all, I'll just buy a Kone Pure Optical. I like Roccat nowadays. I feel like they go the right direction.

I would love to see that!
post #827 of 1476
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I used my Savu at 400/800dpi @ 1000Hz. Honestly, tracking-wise it's it's one of the "best" mice I've used so far. I'm honest with you, shape is a matter of taste. Pretty responsive in every aspect and believe me, its weight is just perfect. Kone Pure Optical may fit more people than Savu though. However, I'm back on my G500 because it's a little more comfortable for me. I'm waiting for Naga 2014 or an update/replacement of Imperator with new PTE. I'll use that till Roccat will implement PTE in one of their mice. Should this mouse please me at all, I'll just buy a Kone Pure Optical. I like Roccat nowadays. I feel like they go the right direction.
Roccat might be able to pull off a doppler sensor. I haven't used them at all since the RAT series mice have some reliability issues, and Razer is making most of the other PTE mice. Also, it's way too hard to find a large hard mousepad.
post #828 of 1476
I couldn't find anyone mentioning anything about the Zalman ZM-GM3 Eclipse: http://www.zalman.com/global/product/Product_Read.php?Idx=781

Zalman says it has ADNS-9800 and Omrom micro switches.

I know it not the best good looking mouse and certainly not the most comfortable, but it seems to have a good hardware and honest price, I mean, at least where I live.

I'm looking for a very high DPI mouse with 8200DPI and this Zalman Eclipse seems to be the cheapest one I can get here around $50. Other mouses with this same sensor such as Corsair, Roccat, Steelseries and Razer starts at $100 and can go up to $200 (absurd I know).
post #829 of 1476
Huh, weird design. Let's put it like that. ^^ I couldn't resist and didn't want to wait for Naga 2014, so, just bought a Kone Optical. I'm amazed, really. It feels sooo "silky" I believe. Savu is great, but this mouse kicks my ass like twice a day! Coating-wise I would even say it's somewhat similar to IME 3.0. Last time I was so impressed by a mouse was when I bought my Xai mid 2010. Gacrux, I know you want a 9800, but... Honestly, get a Roccat Pure Optical instead. tongue.gif
post #830 of 1476
Roccat Pure costs $154 here.

I know, that Zalman sounds too good to be true, 9800 sensor and Omrom switches for $50 here (aprox. $35 in USA)? And yeah, it's ugly and doesn't seem as comfortable as the most expensive ones, but hey, I use a Microsoft Wired Basic 1.0 1.000 DPI for over 6 years for everything, from normal PC use to FPS such as Battlefield 3, I'm pretty sure it can't be worse than this biggrin.gif

I'll probably go for something more expensive, but not as expensive as the Roccat, maybe something around $110 or a little bit more. Last month I bought a mechanical keyboard, I was willing to pay no more than $120 but ended paying $150 for my ABNT (my language layout) Tt Meka G1. Yes, I know things are expensive here, for $150 you can probably buy the pinnacle of mechanical keyboards in USA, but I have no choice, at least I'm pretty happy and satisfied with the keyboard.

My other options are:

CM Storm Sentinel Advance 2 - $98
Corsair Vengeance M65 - $115
Logitech G600 (I hated the macros on the grip) - $96
Razer Taipan - $165
Logitech G500s - $100

I liked the Logitech, but I know someone out there have some really serious cons about this mouse tongue.gif
Edited by Gacrux - 8/30/13 at 8:07pm
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