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Re: Mouse recommendations?

by Erik_Twice Mon Dec 31, 2018 8:46 am

I got a Zowie FK1. Best mouse I've owned. It's incredibly solid, truly high-quality product without any of the "gamer cool" trappings of other mice.
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Re: Mouse recommendations?

by chuckster Mon Dec 31, 2018 8:56 pm

samsonlonghair wrote:
I don’t know what to tell you, chuckster. This trackball IS optical. What’s more, I am a digital artist. I use this trackball for my graphic design because it’s even more accurate than my Wacom tablet. It’s that precise! Maybe you should try messing with your sensitivity settings in your operating system. I find that turning the sensitivity down a notch can improve precision.


Sorry, I just used optical mouse in the sense of a traditional mouse with an optical sensor, didn't mean to sound confusing. I find the sensor responsiveness and therefore precision to be a cut below my traditional mice when playing games or doodling, but that's just me. I'm just used to more granularity I guess. I know I never got used to using a Wacom either, so there may be a theme emerging!

I'll try out the M570 for more serious things based on this though!
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