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Wich mouse have the better sensor/tracking in the market ?

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Hello everyone

I play Crysis Wars at high level with a mouse's low-end Logitech RX250, which suits me perfectly in the fps even if it sometimes lag at the sensor (neg accel) and response of cliques (usb 1, 125 Hz)

http://www.logitech.com/en-us/for-business/products/mice-presentation-devices/devices/3141canon350d094.jpgsansrexxd.png
His claw grip handgrip is the best I've tested so far! His design is the same I think the Logitech G1, G3, MX300.

Now I see that a lot of good mice out right now such as Spawn, the Mico and so it becomes very difficult to choose one among all these good models ^ ^

Now I ask you a question that bothers me a lot, I would like to know what is the best sensor in mouse that has the best tracking that is the most smoother and most precise regardless of the fact that they are optical or laser.

I would like you to answer in the form of top 5 ranking brings together the best sensors/tracking in the descending order of best to worst.

I count on you ! tongue.gif

EDIT : sorry for my english mistakes cause i'm french and i use google translation ^^
Edited by Frenchy - 7/15/11 at 12:33pm
post #2 of 51
Well I used to use my deathadder 3.5g its a beast mouse no skipping or negative acceleration or positive accelration. but now I own a razer mamba 4g and its calibrating feature to adjust to its surface it working pretty fine for me right now
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post #3 of 51
I honestly have no idea. But many will say it is the one on the Spawn (Avago ADNS-3090). I am using a G9x (Avago ADNS-S9500) and have never had a problem with the sensor.
Edited by Deverica Wolf - 7/14/11 at 9:56pm
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All good sensors

PixArt PAN3305DK-H (Open Source)
Avago ADNS-3060 (Open Source)
Avago ADNS-3080 (Open Source)
Avago ADNS-3090 (Open Source)
Avago ADNS-S3668 (Razer Proprietary)
Avago ADNS-S3888 (Razer Proprietary)
STMicroelectronics OS MLT 04 (Microsoft Proprietary)
post #5 of 51
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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa;14220852 
All good sensors

PixArt PAN3305DK-H (Open Source) #2
Avago ADNS-3060 (Open Source) #4
Avago ADNS-3080 (Open Source) #4
Avago ADNS-3090 (Open Source) #1
Avago ADNS-S3668 (Razer Proprietary) #3
Avago ADNS-S3888 (Razer Proprietary) #3
STMicroelectronics OS MLT 04 (Microsoft Proprietary) #5 *delete from best sensors on market.

#1:
+Very good tracking and accurate.
+Low LoD
+prediction can be turn on and off
+Huge technical numbers - this mouse cannot be skipping/accel.

#2:
+Tracking good
+Low LoD
+got prediction but not noticeable for an prediction sensor
+non-known technically numbers - but people can get this sensor to skip/accel.
-bugged 1600 cpi-step.

#3:
+Very good tracking on all cpi values.
+Prediction can be tun on and off [Only ADNS-S3668 by firmware change to turn off]
-Very high LoD, but can be fixed.
-Only DeathAdder works like its should. (some says about Abyssus LaughOutLoud edition to be still jitter but some not.. :S :S :S)

#4:
+Very good technical numbers!
+good tracking
+/- Prediction turn on without option to be turn off.
-High LoD on cloth surfaces.
post #6 of 51
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I just read a comment about the G9x a very good french site to buy computer products called Matériel.net

And a client who owned the Deathadder (he did not say whether it was the version 3.5g or 3g) before buying the G9x said he preferred a clear sensor Deathader compared to the G9x ===> the Avago 9500

I quote from his comment:
"The Logitech G9x is a great mouse, accurate, fast, top to play, but the sensor LED Razer DeathAdder is more precise, but the Deathadder is not really ergonomic for small hands. The laser sensor for G9x I like less than the Razer Deathadder, but it's still very accurate and fast. "

I wonder if you think the Avago 9500 sensor has better tracking than the Avago 3668 of the Deathadder v1 and the Avago 3888 of the Deathader the refresh.

Do you think the Deathadder Refresh has corrected his tracking issues because of his new sensor Avago 3888?

If the problems of the Avago 3888 were corrected. Did he exactly the same tracking than the Avago 3668 ?

Do you think that there is a better sensor with a tracking much better than the sensors Avago 9500, 3688 and 3888 ??? thinking.gif
post #7 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by Frenchy;14226690 
I just read a comment about the G9x a very good french site to buy computer products called Matériel.net

And a client who owned the Deathadder (he did not say whether it was the version 3.5g or 3g) before buying the G9x said he preferred a clear sensor Deathader compared to the G9x ===> the Avago 9500

I quote from his comment:
"The Logitech G9x is a great mouse, accurate, fast, top to play, but the sensor LED Razer DeathAdder is more precise, but the Deathadder is not really ergonomic for small hands. The laser sensor for G9x I like less than the Razer Deathadder, but it's still very accurate and fast. "

I wonder if you think the Avago 9500 sensor has better tracking than the Avago 3668 of the Deathadder v1 and the Avago 3888 of the Deathader the refresh.

Do you think the Deathadder Refresh has corrected his tracking issues because of his new sensor Avago 3888?

If the problems of the Avago 3888 were corrected. Did he exactly the same tracking than the Avago 3668 ?

Do you think that there is a better sensor with a tracking much better than the sensors Avago 9500, 3688 and 3888 ??? thinking.gif

The avago 9500 have inconsistent acceleration that can lead to missing a shot in fps games
post #8 of 51
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by HaiiYaa;14227259 
The avago 9500 have inconsistent acceleration that can lead to missing a shot in fps games

Are you sure at 100% what you say ? I hear they're few time the avago 9500 have accel just on clothpad and not on hardpad. I also heard some time ago that the tracking of the 9500 Avago Avago was better than the 3668 !

am i wrong ??
post #9 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by Frenchy;14227556 
Are you sure at 100% what you say ? I hear they're few time the avago 9500 have accel just on clothpad and not on hardpad. I also heard some time ago that the tracking of the 9500 Avago Avago was better than the 3668 !

am i wrong ??

You are the 9500 has accel on all surfaces. positive acel on everything, negative accel on cloth.
post #10 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by Frenchy;14227556 
Are you sure at 100% what you say ? I hear they're few time the avago 9500 have accel just on clothpad and not on hardpad. I also heard some time ago that the tracking of the 9500 Avago Avago was better than the 3668 !

am i wrong ??

The sensor have both positive accelration and negative accelration.
The negative accelration issue is fixed on hard surfaces, but the positive one is still exist on whatever surface you will use/ing.
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