Some days ago a friend told me to turn on a feature called angle snapping on my mouse (Logitech G502), I heard of that term before but never bothered to investigate or even try it.
Basically what this thing does is "assist" your aiming whenever you draw straights lines.
I did a couple of tests and here are my results. The yellow lines represent the margin of my mouse movement and the red line is the pointer trajectory.
As you can see I have a perfect precision while using angle snapping. In game, I could easily lock into an unaware player's head and follow him without any trouble at all.
Once again, there's a clear difference between on and off while making this particular movement, this could be applied in game while strafing left and right, it would make things easier to focus on your movement rather than your pointer's trajectory.
So yeah, I am going to be honest.This thing is cheap, I can't believe this is included on a piece of hardware focused on competitive gaming.I don't know how long has this been present on mice but i wouldn't be surprised if people would call this cheating.
Let me hear your opinions about it.