I am looking for a gaming mouse and wonder which one is the best for the money. I purchased a RAZER gaming mouse (expensive 56 dollars fiasco)which is incredibly fast but at the same time the speed of the mouse is its defect because sometimes is impossible to control it.
I rather have a cordless mouse if possible.
but the mouse hardware DOES control the speed of the mouse. the higher the resolution the fast or more images it can take a second and therefore the faster it can move.
if you have a hi speed mouse and it's jumping and skipping when you move it fast, chances are it's the surface you're trying to use. reflective surfaces or wood surfaces that are finished arent the best.
if its for gaming i recommend a special mousepad intended for it with lots of surface area and good pattern on top
no, the capture speed and resolution allows you to move the mouse very fast without strange results. you can see it if you take the mouse and move it really really fast, if you do it fast enough the mouse will actually move the oposite direction. i think its the same phenomenon as the reverse moving wheels you sometimes see on cars on tv shows.
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man yall are confusing me. but Ihave a logitech mx510. and mi extremely happy with it. but go see if you can fnid a sensitivity option in the control panael? I dotn nkow im on a school pc right now and I havent lokoed at the mosue in a while. But upgarde the firmware, try a different surface, or see if you c an find smoe settings.
For real gaming Razer is the only choice. Don't listen to people who preach Logitech G5 or G7. I have a Death Adder and it is by far the best mouse I have ever used. I even like it more than my Copperhead.