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Thanks, it looks pretty good for a cheap ass mouse.
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Ordered a Chinese white version. Will do a full review as soon as I can.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=280746924111#ht_500wt_1413

Selling an extra.

I had a feeling I should have asked you yesterday.. ahwell smile.gif
post #85 of 134
will be anticipating your comments since I'll be in china for christmas and I aim to pick either this up, a mico, or an EC2 tongue.gif
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Ordered a Chinese white version. Will do a full review as soon as I can.

How much did you pay? lol I'm thinking that review won't be for at least 2 weeks. lol
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It just me or the G100's sensor (A2050?) seems to have jitter issue?
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It just me or the G100's sensor (A2050?) seems to have jitter issue?

confused.gifconfused.gif

Its sensor is the Avago ADNS-A3053
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confused.gifconfused.gif

Its sensor is the Avago ADNS-A3053

Logitechs avago 3050 with more dpi options otherwise its the same.
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It just me or the G100's sensor (A2050?) seems to have jitter issue?



Cursor likes to jump 2 pixels to the left or right, when drawing vertical lines.

Very noticable even on 1000 dpi.

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/718/g100n.jpg/
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