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post #11 of 20
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Originally Posted by LukO View Post
Ok ,perhaps I'll take Xai .
What pad do you recommend? I've heard that it a good is 9HD but I have now QCK. Xai will be good to ride on the QCK?
Xai tracks fine on QcK. Look into PureTrak Talent if you're not satisfied with the way the QcK glides.

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Originally Posted by LukO View Post
I want to buy(Ie 1.1) yet another mouse on reserves
Is this mouse is much worse than Xai?
IO 1.1 is great but it's intended for smaller hands so you're most likely better off with the Xai.
post #12 of 20
Xai!
post #13 of 20
I just like the feel of the Death Adder, especially on heavy clicking things like RTSs, especially on DotA. But since, you play FPS, go with the other's suggestions, get the Xai


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R.A.T. 7 or 9. Best mouse EVAR!
seriously... a lot of better mice for those kind of prices
    
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I recently picked up a Razer Abyssus and love it. I have normal hands and a claw grip. The only con to this mouse is it's on the light side. But they are only ~30$
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post #15 of 20
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Yes, mainly Cs .

Previously, I was thinking about DA, Xai, qpad 5k but DA has 7080 fps and 12k fps (xai and qpad). And what now ??
DA's Avago ADNS-3888 is only rated for 6400 FPS~


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Originally Posted by WMO1.1a View Post
Xai tracks fine on QcK. Look into PureTrak Talent if you're not satisfied with the way the QcK glides.



IO 1.1 is great but it's intended for smaller hands so you're most likely better off with the Xai.
Xai has a low perfect control rate on the QcK. A lot of people can notice negative acceleration if if they use a sensitivity of over 40cm/360.


IO 1.1 and Xai are nearly the same size. In fact, the 1.1 is slightly bigger in regards to Length and Height.

Xai

Weight: 98 grams
Height: 38,7 mm (1.5 in)
Width: 68,3 mm (2.7 in)
Length: 125,5 (4.9 in)

1.1

Weight: 86 grams
Length: 4.97 inches (126 millimeters)
Width: 2.68 inches (68.1 millimeters)
Height: 1.54 inches (39.3 millimeters)
Edited by Skylit - 3/5/11 at 8:59pm
post #16 of 20
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I recently picked up a Razer Abyssus and love it. I have normal hands and a claw grip. The only con to this mouse is it's on the light side. But they are only ~30$
A mouse being light is more of a pro than a con, especially for claw grippers whom need to use their wrist almost exclusively.

Abyssus is another excellent choice despite its jitters on certain surfaces. 3rd best mouse for claw griping after WMO and Xai.
post #17 of 20
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A mouse being light is more of a pro than a con, especially for claw grippers whom need to use their wrist almost exclusively.

Abyssus is another excellent choice despite its jitters on certain surfaces. 3rd best mouse for claw griping after WMO and Xai.
"Whom"? Since the claw grip is actually an extension of the subject, wouldn't "who" be correct?

Severe grammatical issues aside, for claw, G9X is great. It's almost exclusively a claw mouse, one of the reasons I couldn't use it, since I'm primarily palm. G500 is also a good claw mouse if you have larger hands, although it's a bit heavy and the material is awkward-feeling IMO. You might want to figure out if you're fingertip too, meaning you only touch the top and sides of the mouse with your fingertips. I'm an alternator between all three.

Also, WMO, what made you put the zowie in the low-tier category? DPI isn't the only thing that determines the quality of a mouse. Do you have qualms against the simplicity of the EC1? IMO, the EC1 is the best palming and fingertipping mouse there is.
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post #18 of 20
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Also, WMO, what made you put the zowie in the low-tier category? DPI isn't the only thing that determines the quality of a mouse. Do you have qualms against the simplicity of the EC1? IMO, the EC1 is the best palming mouse there is.
He also thinks the Xai tracks "fine" on the QCK and lists the Kinzu as a "high tier" mouse..... Must be trolling.
post #19 of 20
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Xai has a low perfect control rate on the QcK. A lot of people can notice negative acceleration if if they use a sensitivity of over 40cm/360.
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He also thinks the Xai tracks "fine" on the QCK and lists the Kinzu as a "high tier" mouse..... Must be trolling.
I used an Xai on a QcK for a week and it never skipped unless the lens/mousepad was dirty. The only known surfaces it does are the Razer pads especially the Goliathus Speed.

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"Also, WMO, what made you put the zowie in the low-tier category? DPI isn't the only thing that determines the quality of a mouse. Do you have qualms against the simplicity of the EC1? IMO, the EC1 is the best palming and fingertipping mouse there is.
It's a poor and shameless copy of IE 3.0 which is still much better. The only good thing about it is the LOD.
post #20 of 20
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Originally Posted by WMO1.1a View Post
I used an Xai on a QcK for a week and it never skipped unless the lens/mousepad was dirty. The only known surfaces it does are the Razer pads especially the Goliathus Speed.
I said higher than 40cm/360. The sensor will perform normally with it's 5%~ positive acceleration flaw (lol), but compared to a hard surface, the sensor looses perfect control much earlier speed than it should.

Unlike most sensors, it's pretty random since it isn't triggered by a set m/s, but rather a combination of both surface material and speed.

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It's a poor and shameless copy of IE 3.0 which is still much better. The only good thing about it is the LOD.
In sheer sensor performance/build quality, it's actually better than the 3.0. The only thing the 3.0 has on the EC series is low angle snapping/prediction.

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Originally Posted by Derp View Post
He also thinks the Xai tracks "fine" on the QCK and lists the Kinzu as a "high tier" mouse..... Must be trolling.
I think his list is based off of what independent and sponsored quake pros use.

http://www.overclock.net/mice/947817...l#post12491616

rest is luls.

To the thread starter, I'm sorry for crapping your thread.

Please take a look at this lovely webpage and tell us which grip you use.

http://www2.razerzone.com/MouseGuide...advantages.php
Edited by Skylit - 3/5/11 at 11:41pm
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