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DenF923
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Oct 29, 2013
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How is this any different from a deathadder?
Oct 29, 2013
moonfirespam
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Nov 1, 2013
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Razer's warranty and customer service is absolute crap.
I don't know about any actual product differences though.
Nov 1, 2013
Toxic_Ninja
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Nov 1, 2013
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The deathadder has a perfect 1:1 response to user input. This mouse has hardware acceleration in the vein of 20g, which throws off the actual input. A deathadder is better than this mouse since it has a flawless sensor, while this mouse uses a A3090 sensor, which again; has hardware acceleration, and is therefore not flawless. Fact sheet for anyone interested in the A3090 sensor in this mouse: http://www.datasheetarchive.com/dl/Datasheets-IS5/DSA0095441.pdf
Also this sensor has hardware angle snapping which is absolute mouse cancer, but that is disabled in zowie EC eVo brand mice, I don't know if it's disabled in this particular mouse since it IS an OEM.
Nov 1, 2013
JASII
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Nov 3, 2013
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If you're referring to the second paragraph of that data sheet about the 20g of acceleration that says, "The sensor is capable of sensing high speed mouse motion - up to 60 inches per second and acceleration up to 20g – for increased user precision and smoothness."
The 20g isn't hardware acceleration built into the sensor. It would mean it detects acceleration up to 20g's. Which would it probably does have a 1:1 response to user input. And why would a gaming mouse have hardware angle snapping enabled by default. I doubt it has that enabled.
Nov 3, 2013
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