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Steel Series WoW Gaming Mouse.


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I just got the aforementioned mouse as a Christmas gift and love it so far. There is however, one thing I wish I could disable to make it handle a bit better. Ever notice how when you move your mouse slow the pointer moves slowly, but when you move the mouse faster the pointer "covers more ground" and moves faster and farther? Is there a way to turn this function off so that the mouse just moves at one speed? This messes me up a bit when in the game and trying to click on things and the mouse either moves too slow or too quick and I miss what I wanted to click on. Thanks.

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Have a look for a a setting called 'Acceleration' and turn it off.
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