Originally Posted by Ino.
I'm not going to re-iterate this again, I don't mind you (and lots of others) liking that feeling. It's just not "better" in terms of accuracy.
Feeling of the cursor has a huge impact on how much someone likes a mouse. Especially in games with very little processing altering the cursor feel.
Feeling of the cursor? If two different mice have different "feeling of the cursor" then there is clearly a tangible difference that's causing that. You could absolutely say one is objectively worse. Especially if you could find out what's causing that difference.If
it is due to some delay like input lag (just an example) then it will feel
inaccurate in FPS games where you move and click very fast, because if the mouse hasn't updated fast enough that you clicked in the right spot then it will cause you to "miss". Thereby feeling inaccurate in comparison to another mouse that updates faster. So ultimately I'm not arguing that there is a specific measurement that shows "accuracy" for which the MLT04 is better at, but that something
in most other mice is causing them to feel
more inaccurate in FPS games (especially well coded ones).
Also, you haven't tested an MLT04 mouse yet right? Last I heard from you you didn't want to spend the money on something you didn't think you'd use. So you're being very assertive over something you haven't even tested yourself...
High level competitive gamer (CS 1.6).
In my opinion any "gaming" mouse pad over $10 is a rip off unless you want to spend money on pure aesthetics. The $8 Supermat is better and cheaper than any "gaming" mousepad I've used. Zeus Gear XL is a good alternative.
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