Q: What is Drift Control and how does it affect accuracy?
A: Drift control is a common prediction mechanism in mouse sensors that is designed to assist users in drawing straight lines vertically/horizontally in graphical and work applications. Such sensors predict when a straight line is being drawn and corrects any movement that deviates from that straight line, rather than follow the user’s exact movements. This means a downward swipe of 5 degrees can be corrected into a completely horizontal line, causing a gamer to miss his target.
For absolute freedom of movement, the Razer Imperator is engineered with no drift control - giving gamers the ability to translate their exact mouse movements into in game frags without interference from prediction mechanisms that results in accuracy loss.
Q: How do I position the adjustable side buttons?
A: For maximum reach of the side buttons to suit various palm size and grip styles, the adjustable side buttons can be positioned by:
(1) Pressing and holding down the side button selector switch at the bottom of your Razer Imperator.
(2) Move the side button selector switch along the slider to adjust the position of the side buttons.
(3) Release the side button selector switch to lock the side buttons at the new position.