Originally Posted by vss vintorez
Well those 2 mice are really different between them.
G400 compared to AM:
AM doesn't have angle snapping - G400 doesn't have angle snapping.
AM has extremely low LOD - G400 is lower than the MX518 but higher than the AM. This is subjective, but I consider low LOD a pro.
AM has low tracking rates - G400 double AM's tracking rates. Define "low". It has higher tracking than imo/wmo etc. that are still very widely used. More than enough tracking speed for low sensitivity gaming.
AM isn't that good in terms of presicion - G400 is really good but not the best. It has no jitter at 450/1150dpi, some at 2300 which isn't widely used considering it's designed by and for low sensitivity style fps. Most people use 450dpi with this mouse.
AM has unstable polling rate at 1kHz - G400 is stable at 1kHz. I don't believe this is true. If I remember correctly it was a bug with certain chipsets that would show inaccurate readings.