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    1600dpi is too low for my preferences on a higher resolution monitor (having to pick the mouse up repeatedly hurts my elbow lol), but I did turn the dpi way down to further test this jitter.

    The issue is that when moving the mouse slowly, the mouse slows down dramatically, almost like it's hanging for a brief moment. Then it'll speed up and overshoot after hanging (so the cursor jumps a bit). Mouse acceleration is always off so I don't know why it's doing this. It's much harder to notice at low dpi, but it's *extremely* apparently at high dpi settings as it becomes very exaggerated.

    I don't know if this'll help explain what the mouse is doing, but here's this:

    https://youtu.be/CHqfU3wdCjE

    (hopefully it's okay to post a video link. if not I'll remove it)

    If there's a setting that needs changed that's common knowledge to ASUS users, let me know. While I've been a big purveyor of ASUS motherboards, but this is my first actual ASUS mouse, so if I need to change something in Windows mouse settings, let me know. Or if the sensor is pooched, I can send the mouse back and try again. Or maybe this is a case of PEBCAK, wouldn't be the first time.

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    Skipping could be due to a poor connection (signal strength and/or interference). Does this happen if you plug it in and use it wired? If it doesn't happen wired then you might try using the extension on the dongle and putting it next to your mouse pad. That should minimize any chance for signal issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    Skipping could be due to a poor connection (signal strength and/or interference). Does this happen if you plug it in and use it wired? If it doesn't happen wired then you might try using the extension on the dongle and putting it next to your mouse pad. That should minimize any chance for signal issues.
    You know what? I think this solved my problem. I had the wireless receiver plugged into the Asus Balteus Qi mousepad I have, but the issue is largely gone after taking the supplied cable and dongle, plugging that into the back of my PC, and running the cord up on top of the desk. Apparently I need to be cautious about where I plug in the receiver- it's technically further away from the mouse now but it's working better than ever (it was mere inches from the mouse when plugged into the mousepad lol).

    Thanks for the idea. I think this solved my issue.

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    Interesting. I wonder if that's a use case ASUS tested. It totally makes sense you would want to plug it in there. Well, I'm glad you found the solution.
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