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Originally Posted by RK777 View Post
Yes, the sensor info is pretty much non existent... until NOW.
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G400 Logitech mouse using the optical engine is also from Avago hand, model S3095, A3090 chip is special for the version of Logitech
So... Avago ADNS-3090?
Edited by chadrew - 8/10/11 at 1:32am
post #22 of 42
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So... Avago ADNS-3090?
Seems so. avago 3090 with prediction that cant be turned off and higher dpi
post #23 of 42
but the avago 3090 can be chosen to keep prediction on and off! FUUU LOGITECH
post #24 of 42
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Originally Posted by hella View Post
The G5 grip is WAY better than the MX518 grip.

The G5 has a spray-coated grip that feels study and grippy. This won't ever peel off and the side grips on my G5 look brand new after two years of use.
The grip on my G5 deteriorated after a year of use. Now it feels all plastic-y and stuff. Annoying.
post #25 of 42
That sucks dude. Mine's lasted way longer than the grip on my MX518.
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post #26 of 42
The grip sure was a dealbreaker for me. They had fixed the scroll issue that I had with the MX518. Overall it felt great. After a while I started noticing my hand and especially my pinky finger was getting sore. Then I compared the two mice and noticed straight away they had changed the coating, for worse.
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post #27 of 42
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Yes, the sensor info is pretty much non existent... until NOW.
Rep to you. Thanks.


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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa View Post
Seems so. avago 3090 with prediction that cant be turned off and higher dpi
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Originally Posted by chadrew View Post
So... Avago ADNS-3090?


I think they just gave it a S3095 naming scheme. it's still heavily based off the 3080.
Edited by Skylit - 8/10/11 at 2:08am
post #28 of 42
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I think they just gave it a S3095 naming scheme. it's still heavily based off the 3080.
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
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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
post #30 of 42
Or they just decided to advertise it with higher DPI to make it more attractive to the people who don't even know about this stuff but it's a good mouse. I want to try it against the DeathAdder.

@RK777: I would make a news thread for that. I'm sure a lot of people would be interested in that. It's just too bad they don't have any tests.
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