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Avago ADNS-9800

Avago now lists the A9800 but no Data Sheet yet.
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Resolution up to 8200 cpi with 200 cpi step
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Edited by Bullveyr - 1/17/12 at 11:51am
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Saw it last night tongue.gif

Has a fair bit of power saving improvements over the 9500. Hardware sounds the same.
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It's time for logitech to make a ambidextrous bestseller mouse without any bugs. Let's wait for this dream come true.
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Ya, but with over 9000 CPI and no accel issues.

I'll endorse a mouse as badass as that.
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Cool news. New hope for the next laser sensor to finally be flawless.

Btw. the original pdf is missing but I found this in the google cache:

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Nkr8T9xktdAJ:www.avagotech.com/docs/AV02-2998EN+
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I'll wait for a mouse with that sensor xD. It's just incredible...
I wanted the AM but I waited for the Kana, the kana is a fail.
I went for the deathadder, because the zowie AM tracking speeds are a little bit low... then the G400 is free from path correction. I was going to get a G400 and I read this xD.
So again.... stick to the deathadder until a mouse with this sensor comes up !
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8200... I'm disappointed, where's the over 9000?
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8200... I'm disappointed, where's the over 9000?

Interpolation !
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It's time for logitech to make a ambidextrous bestseller mouse without any bugs. Let's wait for this dream come true.
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Cool news. New hope for the next laser sensor to finally be flawless.
Btw. the original pdf is missing but I found this in the google cache:
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Nkr8T9xktdAJ:www.avagotech.com/docs/AV02-2998EN+

Downloaded 9800 datasheet but few day ago I came back Avago deleted that link, am I the lucky one?

Btw, I am planning to design and market a new gaming mouse by my own brand with a brilliant new feature. I will use Avago's laser sensor but worry about what you guys are talking, is there any major flaw in the current laser sensors, the 7550 and 9500?
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Interpolation !

I see it all the time that manufacturer claim bigger cpi than the sensor, I don't know why. What interpolation they are using?

Thanks.
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I'll gladly welcome in a ridiculous new DPI level as long as they continue to improve tracking performance in other regards as well

but at some point someone seriously needs to start a DPI smear campaign to bring out the truth, there are so many gamers out there with terrible accuracy that I'm almost positive can be attributed to improper mouse configuration and too high a tracking speed/sensitivity, or even good gamers that ignorantly crank up the DPI only to counteract it through cranking software all the way down and ultimately gaining no advantage over a mouse with an average sensor.
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