I have the logitech optical cordless too, one thing I noticed is that acceleration is turned on by default- made me really sick in games, is fine when turned off though.
They arnt cheap, but they are very good.
I like a little bit of acceleration, but you're right, it's definitely noticeable. I turned mine down a bit.
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July 14, 2001 7:45:35 AM
ARgh...I have a optical logitech wheelman mouse...and for me its terrible. If you move the mouse too fast it loses its tracking...very annoying in games. Most of my friends don't notice because they use a higher sensitivity so they don't have 2 move the mouse as fast as me, but I like low sensitivity because I play counter strike (more accurate shots =) I wish there was a way 2 increase the bandwidth the device used so it wouldn't lose its tracking...
In my opinion a good trackball is still better although a higher end optical mouse probably doesn't have this silly problem.
Are you sure acceleration is turned off on the mouse settings in control panel? this is what I was referring to in the above post, also in most (well a lot of) games you can tune the mouse sensitivity in the game itself independantly from windows.
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July 14, 2001 8:25:37 PM
Yes I know these things...I don't use acceleration either. In regular windows when I move the mouse across fairly long distances at high speeds it just goes bezerk. Its totally hilarious. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY RECOMMENDATIONS ON A OPTIC MOUSE THAT KEEP UP WITH FAST PACE GAMING? I heard the microsoft explorer is nice but I don't like purchasing anything from microsoft...