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post #521 of 1420
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Hi all

First post after lurking to absorb the really good info on this forum!

Got my Naos 7000 today, and have some of the same issues as others. I've got the grinding noise when scrolling up on the wheel which is annoying, as as my CM Spawn, Original Deathadder and MX510 all had really nice scroll wheels. There is also play left to right in the wheel, and it doesn't feel solid or high quality. Is this normal, or have I got a bad one?

I also thought the rubber coating would be more grippier. My palms stay really dry, and it literally slides right out of my grip when I lift (playing CS:GO @ 40cm/360) after a swipe.

Other than that the palm grip design is sublime and fits my hand like a glove. The sensor also feels really good so not all negative smile.gif

Any feedback appreciated thumb.gif

Cheers

I have the same problem as you with the coating. I have dry hands and it's very slippery. Doesn't feel as good as a glossy surface either imo.
post #522 of 1420
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Thank you! I have another question for you: what you think about the new Logitech G502 (of course the question it's for anyone else also)?


http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Proteus-Tunable-Customizable-910-004074/dp/B00IRHE892/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1396990155&sr=8-1&keywords=logitech+g502

http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/product/g502-proteus-core-tunable-gaming-mouse


It seems a good mouse but I don't want to have the same problems that I got with the Naos 8200 for it's laser sensor!

So far people are reporting zero acceleration. It's an optical sensor too actually. It is a heavier and larger mouse by a lot than the Avior though although I'm pretty sure the internals are the best available right now, better than the 3310.
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post #523 of 1420
I've been trying to think of a way to make the sides grippier. My CM Spawn has tacky rubber sides that are really nice for lifting. Even with bone dry hands your fingers stick to the rubber like glue. I didn't realise the soft touch rubber would be so slidy. When I think of rubber, I think sticky.

There must be some sort of tape that will work to get the grip needed.
post #524 of 1420
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So far people are reporting zero acceleration. It's an optical sensor too actually. It is a heavier and larger mouse by a lot than the Avior though although I'm pretty sure the internals are the best available right now, better than the 3310.

How do you know that is an optical sensor? And that could be better than the 3310? Zero acceleration mean also 1:1 movements? And however It's not very bigger then the Avior in my opinion...
Edited by repez - 4/10/14 at 9:56am
post #525 of 1420
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How do you know that is an optical sensor? And that could be better than the 3310? it's not very bigger then the Avior in my opionion...

The Logitech rep specifically indicated that it is an IR LED-illuminated sensor. aka "optical." In technical terms. all "laser" and "optical" sensors are actually optical sensors, they just use different forms of illumination. Only PTE sensors use a different method (the Doppler effect) to determine movement. But anyway the G502 sensor is IR LED-illuminated so that is optical.

It is better in spec and real tests than the 3310. The sensor is rated at 300 IPS and 12000 CPI (that is a NATIVE CPI, yes I asked). It is a completely new sensor and this is the first mouse it has ever been implemented in. It is likely not based on anything we've seen before, but no one knows for sure yet until someone tears the mouse apart.
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post #526 of 1420
Mionix support is kind of slow.
I haven't heard back from them since April 3rd.
post #527 of 1420
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Mionix support is kind of slow.
I haven't heard back from them since April 3rd.

They answered me within hours of the ticket being raised, so I'm quite impressed with their CS so far.
post #528 of 1420
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Mionix support is kind of slow.
I haven't heard back from them since April 3rd.

Tweet at them, they monitor their Twitter pretty closely.

If you continue to receive no response PM me with the ticket # and I'll directly email the guy in charge of social media so he can tell one of the other guys to get on that ****.
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post #529 of 1420
Did a short vid showing the grinding noise when scrolling up with the wheel. It also shows the side movement and noise compared to my CM Spawn.

Edited by fLaPzZ - 4/13/14 at 5:03pm
post #530 of 1420
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Did a short vid showing the grinding noise when scrolling up with the wheel. It also show the side movement and noise compared to my CM Spawn.

That is exactly what my Naos does. Drives me absolutely crazy to the point that I can't enjoy the mouse and instead use a Corsair M45 for my 3310 goodness (and I have zero interest in the supposedly better sensor in the G502 - mouse is hideous and I've never really liked Logitech mice to begin with). Sometimes it's so loud I can hear it over both my game and the fan in my room.

When I got my Naos, the feet were all scratched up thanks to the silica gel packet in the package opening, so I ordered new feet for it. I actually opened it up after taking the old feet off to see if there was anything I could do to stop the grinding and there wasn't. I couldn't quite figure out what was causing the grinding, but far as I could tell nothing was actually "wrong" with it. I'm assuming it's caused by the bar you depress for middle click grinding on the button it pushes, but that wouldn't explain why it only grinds when scrolling up and not down. I'm fairly certain it wasn't the switch being used to track the scroll of the wheel - the scroll switch is on the right side of the wheel and the grinding was coming from the left side, where the middle click button is.

So, my Naos has become a backup mouse to my M45. Still a great mouse; I'm just OCD when it comes to mouse wheels, I guess.
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