Do you use a mousepad? Ive been noticing my 2 “mice”(one corded and one cordless) both have a bit of “drag”. Meaning that the sensor doesnt always pick up the movement and the on screen movement isnt always steady.
Does a mousepad help? I dont use one. Dont know whether to buy a new mouse, mousepad or both.
I currently dont use a mousepad but i think it helps with gaming…i play counter strike without a mousepad though and dont seem to have any problems
Thanks…maybe I should buy both…its not like they are very expensive…unless you go all out.
I’m mostly on this site on my laptop and I just use the built in cursor/mouse/thing a ma jig.
I would definitely get a mousepad if I were you. They are generally pretty cheap, especially if you don’t get a fancy gaming one.
What you described sounds like an issue with the sensor having a bit of a disconnect with the surface.
I’m thinking you are right
I use gaming mice and they don’t drag. Their sensors are pretty good and accurate but they do cost some. You pay for what you get with most computer peripherals. I have used Corsair M65’s for years now. Have weights in them and you can tune the weight to get a good feel. Great for gaming but they are heavy which I like…I don’t do well with light mouses.
I use trackballs on all my systems now.
My favorite model of mouse is so old that I can’t find any online that don’t break within a few months of buying them. They haven’t been produced for 20 years. Original Microsoft Optical Mouse lol.
I use the trackpad as long as I’m not gaming. I use a controller with most games, just plug in a mouse if I am playing a game that needs it.
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