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Creating my own mouse - what sensor should I choose?

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I'm currently designing my own mouse, what sensor do you suggest I choose and why?
post #2 of 14
avago 3090 with a custom lense that don't limit the perfect control speed and make the lift off distance lower
post #3 of 14
mx518. Tried and true!
post #4 of 14
Just get yourself a 3080(E) or regular Avago 3080 if you dont want to mess with firmware/lens to make the sensor perform in its max.
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Just get yourself a 3080(E) or regular Avago 3080 if you dont want to mess with firmware/lens to make the sensor perform in its max.
and if I want to mess with firmware, what is best then?
post #6 of 14
With the right firmware nothing beats the Avago S3888. Too bad Deathadder's shape feels like a brick to me.
post #7 of 14
how do you "make your own mouse" because i want to do that... with every fiber of my being
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how do you "make your own mouse" because i want to do that... with every fiber of my being
If every fiber of your being wanted to then you'd already be working on it and researching.


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and if I want to mess with firmware, what is best then?
I don't know how much knowledge you have but is it possible to default the microsoft intellimouse 1.1/WMO/3.0 to 500hz from the hardware-side?
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I'm currently designing my own mouse, what sensor do you suggest I choose and why?
you are bad-freakin-ass.

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With the right firmware nothing beats the Avago S3888. Too bad Deathadder's shape feels like a brick to me.
Interesting, I'll look into that. What firmware have you tried and found to your liking?
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