Originally Posted by HaiiYaa
What makes you say that? I think the specs matches the avago s3090 more especially in terms of dpi. In the tests I've seen the 3600dpi doesn't seem to be interpolated
As far as specs go, it's only really similar in the fact that it has as much CPI as the S3888/3090. Logitech/Avago did in house testing for their IPS results. IE 70-140~
I guess I'm just assuming, but I rather believe that Logitech requested Avago to create an upgraded sensor similar to the one in the 518 (3080E) rather than them messing with a sensor that was released with low amounts of prediction. Sure it's possible, but it just seems too unlikely to me.
Edit : I guess I'm having doubt since both 3090's on the market haven't been able to get anywhere near 140 IPS as of yet =x.
I hope it's just a firmware/coding bug.Edited by Skylit - 8/10/11 at 3:11am