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Optical switch debounce time??


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I noticed even thought the M65 Ultra has optical switches, in the video they are showing the use of flat springs to trigger the light.
Does that mean there is still a bounce effect? And is that why there is a "button response optimization" in the settings for this mouse?

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The blog post below might also be of interest to you.

https://www.corsair.com/us/en/blog/optical-switch-benefits

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On 12/8/2021 at 11:37 PM, Corsair Notepad said:

The blog post below might also be of interest to you.

https://www.corsair.com/us/en/blog/optical-switch-benefits

Thanks, I have been a huge fan of optical switches ever since Wooting One and SteelSeries Apex Pro.
Seeing them in the K100 and especially my favorite mouse since the M65 Vengeance, I'm super impressed and happy with those 2 in tandem.
I had to go through loops to get a factory lubed K100 for some reason and for some games I need to switch to 4khz, but together with the short linear and optical switches and stuff like the AXON SoC the experience is incredible.

Not like I am not also disappointed though.
I have no idea what to do with the gyroscope, literally any keyboard button is more convenient than lifting my mouse, and the Nexus didn't just arrive with a damaged display, I also couldn't do anything useful with it in games. I guess software-side support is the biggest obstacle for these tools, so I think people need to find a standardized way for it.

Also, I completely missed the launch of the frictionless ML fans, but that's exactly the type of innovation I want. Away from moving parts or at least friction.

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