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post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by Skylit;13381486 
There are plenty of sensors that don't have acceleration, although they do have correction/prediction.

Yup, Beacause of this I didn't mentioned them.

That's pretty annoying btw, there are in the market great sensors that the correction just kill it. ARGH.
post #12 of 18
That why the PHilips twin eye is the perfect sensor. It has neither. teaching.gif
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i heard the philips twin eye has acceleration
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post #14 of 18
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Originally Posted by avinin1;13381827 
Yup, Beacause of this I didn't mentioned them.

That's pretty annoying btw, there are in the market great sensors that the correction just kill it. ARGH.

Blame Avago. It's perfectly possible to code a prediction free 3060/3080.

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i heard the philips twin eye has acceleration

Nope, although it does have a Z-axis lift bug.
post #15 of 18
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Originally Posted by cuad;13381908 
That why the PHilips twin eye is the perfect sensor. It has neither. teaching.gif

You just made my Blood Pressure beign high when you remind me the name of the sensor.

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Originally Posted by Skylit;13381986 
Blame Avago. It's perfectly possible to code a prediction free 3060/3080.




Nope, although it does have a Z-axis lift bug.
I blame the mice company more beacause they can do this if they would want to.
post #16 of 18
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well if the philips twin eye has no acceleration and no prediction then that does make it the best mouse for RTS games since people tend to not lift the mouse off the pad

but yeh avago is stupid for not just making the BEST SENSOR POSSIBLE that is totally within the realm of possibility
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post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by avinin1;13381988 
You just made my Blood Pressure beign high when you remind me the name of the sensor.



I blame the mice company more beacause they can do this if they would want to.

They can't really do anything except change CPI values. All the hard coding has to be done by Avago technologies. Razer actually took the effort to demand or pay for a proprietary sensor and have engineers work with them to recode their 3668.

3090 is just a modified Razer 3888 which is a modified Razer 3668, which is a modified Logitech 2020 that is going to require a few firmware updates before it reaches it's pentacle.

From the what nick said, it seems the 3090 is in high demand and I wouldn't be suprized if you find just about every other mouse company throwing this sensor in thier mouse by next year.
Edited by Skylit - 5/4/11 at 2:11pm
post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by Skylit;13382067 
They can't really do anything except change CPI values. All the hard coding has to be done by Avago technologies. Razer actually took the effort to demand or pay for a proprietary sensor and have engineers work with them to recode their 3668.

Yes but, remember that the decide have to come from the copany of the mouse, Avago will not doing it by themself automatically.
Anyways, both of the sides need to take a stand in the coding and etc.
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