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I got a new corsair katar a few days ago. On my windows 7 pc the cursor motion is very shaky especially when i move the mouse slowly. Its not as bad on ubuntu running on the same machine or on my windows 7 laptop but its still not nearly as smooth as my old logitech or microsoft or even the cheap no-name mice i have. Things ive tried to remedy the cursor jerk-o-motion: - updating firmware - updating motherboard usb drivers - running malwarebytes - booting without startup items - unsinstalling icue. - reinstalling icue. - using different mousepads (one is a steelseries) - trying different surfaces
Hi. I found a thread on this forum with this same issue, linking below. The only answer I got was "use tech support". I tried that and the only thing I can do there is to ask for a replacement (no troubleshooting). That I can do in my local store. Maybe you will help me. Issue is very simple - sometimes when I scroll down it "twitches" up and when I scroll up it sometimes "twitches" down. What to do? link as promised: http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=162682
The current Corsair Katar sensor sports a A3090 sensor, which is pretty outdated and outmatched compared to today's mice. Recently, Corsair have partnered with PixArt to create their very own version of the 3360 sensor called the PMW3367. It's first implementation was into their MMO/MOBA mice the Corsair Scimitar. I found that really odd too, as MOBA/MMO users really wouldn't benefit from the upgrade from a 3360 to the 3367, nor would most FPS players ever use such a heavy mouse. I'm hoping to see Corsair announce a Katar refresh, due to the mouse's simple shape and light weight. The design is so basic and safe that any user would benefit from using it. Really hoping to see something about these mice in the near future, especially with all the other mice being released these days. I would surely like to see Corsair upgrade one of their more lightweight, FPS-friendly mice with their PMW3367 sensor.