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post #21 of 1594
I still find it hard to believe those weights, 75g (without cable/weights) sounds unrealistic for a mouse of that size (allthough it isn't that long), same goes for a 2.1m cable with only 20g.

I don't like 4-Way Wheels, imho they just can't compete with "normal" ones and tilt isn't really a suitable binding option for me.

I don't mind the weight tuning system if the mouse is really that light, center balance without weights is good but sucks for people who want a heavier mouse.
If you really want to include such a system it should be centered like in the MioniX Naos, allthough that makes a few things more complicated.


I don't have a need for an ergonomic palm-grip mouse, lets see if PureTrak can pull of a good mice and wait for the claw mouse.


@Skylit

What were your original questions, I don't have a facebook account, so I can only see the anwers from PureTrak but not the questions?

PS: That's how all mouse specs should look like.
post #22 of 1594
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beacause there is alot CS 1.6 players which play in low resolution and low resiolution of mouse (CPI).

and in CS you cannot also "cut cpi in half" - the lowest is 1, its simply 1:1.
800x600 resolution with 400DPI and 1 sensitivity is around 34 inches per 360 right? I use a pretty low sensitivity myself but that's pushing it IMO. But I guess you have a point.
post #23 of 1594
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post
800x600 resolution with 400DPI and 1 sensitivity is around 34 inches per 360 right? I use a pretty low sensitivity myself but that's pushing it IMO. But I guess you have a point.
41~ inches.


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Originally Posted by Bullveyr View Post
@Skylit

What were your original questions, I don't have a facebook account, so I can only see the anwers from PureTrak but not the questions?

PS: That's how all mouse specs should look like.
Oh , I made that facebook just to ask a few questions lool

Quote:
@ Puretrak. Thank you for actually listing the specs down to the standard d2fc-f-7n microswitches.

I (and possibly others) would like to know:

- Sensor position
...- center of gravity (Nose heavy, bottom heavy, or balanced without weights)
- Scroll wheel durability.

Thank you.
Quote:

Also, is 800 DPI a hardware limitation of the ADNS 3090?

It seems you have a custom SROM without interpolation, but don't scale all the way down to the 400/450 area. Is there a reason for this?

Edited by Skylit - 2/3/11 at 7:25am
post #24 of 1594
Not really digging the scroll but the sensor is pretty fine. 800 DPI doesn't really bother me since I don't play 1.6. I just turn down the Windows sensitivity and use raw input in CSS and TF2. The shape looks similar to the CM Spawn or is that just the angle?
post #25 of 1594
The outlines of the mouse looks like a Ozone Radon 5k




Edited by squarebox - 2/3/11 at 12:54pm
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post #26 of 1594
Loving the specs on this mouse, especially how they seem to have identified and eliminated most of my concerns when looking at a mouse. The palm-grip thing is the only thing that throws me off, but for $50-$60, I'm willing to give this one a spin.
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post #27 of 1594
@squarebox: Dimensions are similar but the Radon resembles more the MS Sidewinder with a high arch towards the rear. The Puretrak has a rainbow arch much more like the Logitech MX518/G5/00 series mice.
post #28 of 1594
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post
The Avago ADNS-3090 is pretty much a rebranded and updated ADNS-S3888 with an added 5G acceleration (total of 20G). Unlike the DA's sensor, this one will most likely be updated for the first few months based on any major problem reported.

In terms of consistency, the 3060/3080 are already superior to the 9500 on cloth, but at the cost of mouse correction/prediction. The 9500 has both a higher control and malfunction rate on hard surfaces, but does produce some minor acceleration which may be noticeable to the end user.
Overall i though the avago 9500 sensor was the best? So the roccat kone V2 has correction? as im sure it uses one of those sensors. My G500 tracks fine on a boogie bug XL. Which is HUGEEE and the smoothest glide ive had on cloth.
Edited by dmxdex2020 - 2/3/11 at 4:54pm
post #29 of 1594
PureTrak made a survey about their products and also questions about thier new mouse:
http://www.puretrak.com/survey/
like they write, they take the survey very seriously.
If you guys can, do for me, and for to the pros of CS1.6/quake/older games players,a HUGE favour and choose in the dpi part - 'below 800' - I'll Appreciate this ALOT.

spoiler - after the survey you'll get 5$ discount code.
Edited by avinin1 - 2/3/11 at 5:21pm
post #30 of 1594
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Originally Posted by avinin1 View Post
PureTrak made a survey about their products and also questions about thier new mouse:
http://www.puretrak.com/survey/
like they write, they take the survey very seriously.
If you guys can, do for me, and for to the pros of CS1.6/quake/older games players,a HUGE favour and choose in the dpi part - 'below 800' - I'll Appreciate this ALOT.

spoiler - after the survey you'll get 5$ discount code.
oh, thanks.


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Overall i though the avago 9500 sensor was the best? So the roccat kone V2 has correction? as im sure it uses one of those sensors. My G500 tracks fine on a boogie bug XL. Which is HUGEEE and the smoothest glide ive had on cloth.
It's the best in regard to holding the highest perfect control and malfunction rates on hard surfaces, but the sensor produces random amounts of negative and positive acceleration on pretty much anything cloth. You may or many not notice it, but those sensitive to inconsistent acceleration will find older mice with the 3060/3080 LED based sensors superior regardless if they have mouse correction or not.

I'm not really sure if Kone V2 has a custom MCU to enable, but the Avago 9500 is nativity prediction free.
Edited by Skylit - 2/3/11 at 5:37pm
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