IF my math is right it would work out more than .1 sec as well.
My workings (havent a clue if correct or not, im not a computer buff)
1. ADS = .1 sec adv
2. straffe left/right = .1 sec adv
3. fire gun = .1 sec adv
I make that .3 sec adv.
Again could be way off the mark here, but if true then that is surley a very tasty advantage.
Let's break this down.
So assume that there are two players, with equal reaction times, and the same perks/gun.
So these two guys both see each other at the exact same times. (gun=ACR w/o quickdraw)
Player 1: wired Game time:.000 Player 2: wireless
pulls the ads button .150 pulls the ads but.
player 1 starts a.d.s. .200 waiting....
waiting.... .300 player 2 starts ads
pulls shoot 1/2 way through ads .350 waiting
begins shooting .400 waiting
shooting .450 pulls "shoot" 1/2 way...
shooting .600 begins shooting
So in this scenario, you would have a .2 seconds advantage!!!!!!!!
In .2 seconds, the ACR shoots 2.35 bullets. So this means that you could have his screen already red before he even shoots!!!!
.2 seconds a gun like the Fad shoots 3.3 bullets!!!!
And of course this is only 1 example. The other variables can !ENHANCE! the effect or lessen it.
It can be if youre thinking about it, i guess. But, i only have wireless controllers and do well all the time. My bro even has a wireless reciever for his xbox and he never complained or mentioned anything about being a second behind when he used to play. Besides, losing or winning a gun battle/knife battle would be near impossible to determine who is wired and who is wireless because "lag comp", connection speeds, and human reaction time also gets thrown into the mix.
Generally speaking you won't notice the difference between a wired or wireless controller unless your battery is getting low.