The software that was included with the Ikari Laser mouse is a bit more complex and it allows to control more things on the mouse than what was possible with the Ikari Optical control software. It is possible to save profiles for the mouse and it's even possible to download some of the profiles of some pro-players from the Steelseries website.
The first tab of the Ikari Laser control program has the button settings. This tab allows the user to bind macros and change the bindings of the keys. This feature is something that the Ikari Optical lacked completely.
The second tab contains all of the CPI settings which the user can set to the exact values they want.
In addition to the sensitivity and binding tabs there is one tab that contains the possibility to fine tune the FreeMove filter. This filter can filter out some of the irregularities out of the movements allowing the user to move the mouse straighter easier. However the filter can be turned completely off.
The fourth tab has the same information as the Ikari Optical.
The control software has just about every needed control that one needs. A big positive note comes from the fact that the macros that the software allows the user to bind, don't require the software to be installed on the computer. The only problem that I really find annoying is the fact that you can.t just bind a keyboard key to the mouse without macroing it. The reason for this must be the fact that all of the binds have to work without the control software.
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