Playing DOOM does not take the greatest of mice, as there is not that much going on with the game to need a bunch of extra features. The Vitesse is comfortable for long term usage, and we found ourselves using it at 5000 DPI for most of our time with it.
The PMW3310 is sufficient to allow us to spin around when needed, it tracked every movement we made, and the layout of the buttons and the concave nature of the main buttons kept our hand comfortable and free from any fatigue.
When it came to playing Overwatch, we did not need to max out the DPI as much and found the 3200 DPI level to be sufficient. This also improved our accuracy for the long distance shots, but at the same time, when down with all the other players, we could easily swap back and forth between 3200 and 5000 DPI when the need arised.
While there is no mention of the actual LOD measurement, it is within a couple of millimeters, and when we needed to lift to reposition the Vitesse on the desk, cursor wander was minimal. The shape and ergonomic design play the same card in Overwatch as it does in DOOM, and left us able to play for hours in comfort.
Windows and Productivity
As we always do, we used the Vitesse for image editing as a major part of our testing. Feenix does not mention any prediction or angle snapping being involved in the programming of the mouse, and when it comes to our experience, we saw none of either of them. The scroll wheel works well for scanning long pages and is segmented, so it is easy to feel one click at a time, without overshooting.
We also liked the ability to go up and down with the DPI settings without having to cycle through all of them, as there are times where the utmost in accuracy is needed, and the Vitesse delivers in every facet in which we tested it.
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