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Wow 1 cd. Thats like 1.2mm
Yes, and its actually works.
but since i cant find blurry tapes in israel I need to take Transparent tape and paper ,but its just scratch my pad beacause of the thin feets.
post #22 of 27
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I dont understand, lasers not doing it you just want optical.
most laser mice i've used blow away old optical mice

mabye you should look at a trackball type mouse like the logitec marble or something along that line.

there are drivers for more percise movement when you get closer to an object and for steping speeds depending on how fast your moving
Theirs a reason why the original DA is regarded as the best mouse ever made. Its not lazer.
Edited by dmxdex2020 - 3/6/11 at 3:56pm
post #23 of 27
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Well i decided to actually test the lift off distance on my DA respawn. And its 4 cds high which if im not mistaken is 4.8mm. That is extreme lol. Maybe that is the reason why when i go to turn left or right i find myself being pulled back in the direction i came and jitter when i put the mouse back down on the matt.
post #24 of 27
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Theirs a reason why the original DA is regarded as the best mouse ever made. Its not lazer.
No, they like it because it has a good shape. There are hundreds of other examples of optical mice out there that people don't like. Personally, I can't stand the shape of the Deathadder. I have an original one sitting in my closet from like 4 years ago that I never use.
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post #25 of 27
If you really want to improve your game, stick with one mouse and one mousepad.
Don't change it up every week.

any of these mice are good, choose the one that is the most comfortable for your style of grip/sensitivity:

Razer Deathadder (fix LoD)
Logitech MX518
MS IME 3.0 (scroll issues)
MS Intellimouse 1.1
Steelsereis Xai (5% pos accel)
Zowie Ec1/Ec2 (scroll issues)
Edited by foppa - 3/6/11 at 8:37pm
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No, they like it because it has a good shape. There are hundreds of other examples of optical mice out there that people don't like. Personally, I can't stand the shape of the Deathadder. I have an original one sitting in my closet from like 4 years ago that I never use.
Well from experience the original deathadder rapes all lazer for its accuracy. i noticed alot of lazer mice when aiming can go alittle out. Were as my original DA did flicks shots on a consistant level no lazer has done for me. Lazer is overated.
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Originally Posted by foppa View Post
If you really want to improve your game, stick with one mouse and one mousepad.
Don't change it up every week.

any of these mice are good, choose the one that is the most comfortable for your style of grip/sensitivity:

Razer Deathadder (fix LoD)
Logitech MX518
MS IME 3.0 (scroll issues)
MS Intellimouse 1.1
Steelsereis Xai (5% pos accel)
Zowie Ec1/Ec2 (scroll issues)

All Classic MS mice suffer from the same scroll wheel issues. (1.1/3.0/wmo)

Zowie fixed thier issue with later batches off the mice.


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Originally Posted by Satogd View Post
I dont understand, lasers not doing it you just want optical.
most laser mice i've used blow away old optical mice

mabye you should look at a trackball type mouse like the logitec marble or something along that line.

there are drivers for more percise movement when you get closer to an object and for steping speeds depending on how fast your moving
Because laser is too accurate and generally isn't perfected as a standard.

Early generation laser mice were able to keep high DPI counts, but suffered from low malfunction and perfect control rates. Current generation laser mice are able to surpass optical in perfect control and malfunction rates, but suffer from tracking flaws due to individual sensor characteristics. Dirt, dust, or anything that get between the sensor and surface also leads to inconsistency.

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No, they like it because it has a good shape. There are hundreds of other examples of optical mice out there that people don't like. Personally, I can't stand the shape of the Deathadder. I have an original one sitting in my closet from like 4 years ago that I never use.
Shape is an important factor, although the DA's sensor is one of best in regards to LED based performance. Only other sensor that can keep up is potentially the new ADNS-3090.
Edited by Skylit - 3/7/11 at 6:49am
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