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they never stopped selling g1 and g3 in china, guess with g100 and g300 it is now time to replace those oldies
Exactly! Thats why we shouldn't expect it outside of china


they don't have the g300 in china either
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Exactly! Thats why we shouldn't expect it outside of china


they don't have the g300 in china either
Maybe not officially, but a few Chinese reviewers state it's coming soon and actually have Chinese branded G300 boxes.


Edit:

G100 dissected.

http://www.pcwaishe.cn/viewthread.ph...%3Btypeid%3D16
Edited by Skylit - 9/10/11 at 12:07am
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post #24 of 134
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post
Maybe not officially, but a few Chinese reviewers state it's coming soon and actually have Chinese branded G300 boxes.


Edit:

G100 dissected.

http://www.pcwaishe.cn/viewthread.ph...%3Btypeid%3D16
something fishy around this link (maybe it's just me). there is a picture of the mouse when it's opened up, and it's sensor is exposed. my question is how come this new gaming sensor has only 8 pins connecting it with the pcb? i just opened my a4tech, and it's 3080 sensor has 20 pins. or is the sensor so advanced that it only needs 8?

and yes i see it on hong kong ebay...
Edited by obi.van.kenobi - 9/10/11 at 1:40pm
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post #25 of 134
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something fishy around this link (maybe it's just me). there is a picture of the mouse when it's opened up, and it's sensor is exposed. my question is how come this new gaming sensor has only 8 pins connecting it with the pcb? i just opened my a4tech, and it's 3080 sensor has 20 pins. or is the sensor so advanced that it only needs 8?
http://www.avagotech.com/pages/en/na...ors/adns-3050/

I guess you can say it's more advanced, but it can only process up 2.4 megapixels a sec compared to 5.8 in the other 20 pin 30x0 sensors.

Unsure about the "FPS" it runs at, but this is the first time Avago has stated up to "160 IPS" (or 4 m/s) tracking.
Edited by Skylit - 9/10/11 at 1:47pm
post #26 of 134
Other "entry" sensor from Avago are also smaller with less pins (you can checl the data sheet to see whta the pins are for).

Max. FPS is 6666 and it has a 19*19 pixel array.
post #27 of 134
ugly
hopefully this is a chinese market design
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Max. FPS is 6666 and it has a 19*19 pixel array.
Technically, how does that compare to sensors like the ADNS 9500, 3080/3060, and PixArt PAN3305DK-H in the MiCO?

Larger is better right?
post #29 of 134
All the higher end Avago sensor have 30*30, right of my head the PixArt has 32*32.

More pixels give the sensor more data/info ge can work with.
post #30 of 134
Data sheet of adns-3050 gives some interesting information.

There is a chance that g100's drivers will allow to change resolution to 500dpi .
"0x00: 4000dpi
0x01: 250dpi
0x02: 500dpi
0x03: 750dpi
0x04: 1000dpi
0x05: 1250dpi
0x06: 1500dpi
0x07: 1750dpi
0x08: 2000dpi" (page 27)

"Note: As the sensor resolution increases, slight performance degradation on certain surfaces may be observed.
For higher than 500 dpi setting, use 12-bit motion reporting to achieve the maximum speed." (page 22)

"Lift Detection Cutoff Algorithm" - adjustable LOD?(page 14)
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