DOOM & Battlefield 1
In Doom, we did not tinker with the Ultra Core features for aiming and gun recoil reduction, as we just wanted to see how the AL90 performed in its tracking of our moment, and what sort of accuracy the Avago laser sensor had. We find that the X'Glide feet are second best only to ceramic feet, but by far blow PTFE feet out of the water, when it comes to effortless movement. This leads us to smoother transitions when trying to locate and zero in on enemies, and with the contoured grip and comfortable feel of the AL90, we were off killing Hell Daemons in no time at all. On the flip side, Battlefield1 was the perfect place to try out some of the more specialized features of the software.
We liked being able to limit the fire rate of a weapon in Ultra Guns so that we could keep tighter patterns of fire down range. This is without any tricks added beyond that. We then took the time to tinker with the Core modes, which do help even more to keep the crosshairs where you want them, not dancing all over as you spray a clip through a fully automatic weapon. We would have liked to try the Headshot settings for BF1, but it is not in the menu, so we had to move to tiles like ABP, Counter Strike, and Warcraft for easier4 usage of it.
Windows and Productivity
Day to day, we do not find anything glaringly wrong with the AL90. It has been on our desk for some time now, and we are going to be sad to see it go. Reasons are that even without gaming to do we found the AL90 not only accurate for things like photo editing, which saves tons of time in our day, but the feel is superb and kept our right-hand stress-free all-day long.
Of course, with the Macro system in p0lay, we can import our Macros for editing, again helping to speed up productivity, but also have the ability to make more when needed, without any limitations from the software. The AL90 is found to be just as handy removing dust from images, scrolling web pages, and looking good while not in use, as it is for the gamers out there. The AL90 is a well-rounded peripheral, making sure all aspects of usage are a pleasure for the user.
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