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post #1 of 26
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New mouse from qpad with the avago 9800

http://www.gamasutra.com/view/pressreleases/166600/QPAD_5K_LE_professional_laser_gaming_mouse.php
http://rakaka.se/?newsID=18872 (swedish website, pictures)
post #2 of 26
Doesn't look too bad, although the max speed seems to be on the edge of what I hit during competitive gameplay, so not sure if that's going to be for me.

For the lazy ones, the listed specs :

? Avago 9800 next-generation gaming grade laser sensor with improved tracking abilities
? Resolution: 200-8200 true CPI – no software emulation!
? Acceleration Rating: 30G
? Max speed: 3,8 m/s (150 inches/second)
? Image processing: 10,8 MPS
? Adjustable polling rate: 125, 250, 500, 1000 Hz
? Buttons: 7 (5 programmable)
? 30 x 30 pixel sensor
? Sampling rate: 12 000 fps
? Response time: 1 ms
? On board memory (save your settings!)
post #3 of 26
I will definitely need those 8200 CPI !!
post #4 of 26
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Originally Posted by DeMS View Post

Doesn't look too bad, although the max speed seems to be on the edge of what I hit during competitive gameplay, so not sure if that's going to be for me.
For the lazy ones, the listed specs :
? Avago 9800 next-generation gaming grade laser sensor with improved tracking abilities
? Resolution: 200-8200 true CPI – no software emulation!
? Acceleration Rating: 30G
? Max speed: 3,8 m/s (150 inches/second)
? Image processing: 10,8 MPS
? Adjustable polling rate: 125, 250, 500, 1000 Hz
? Buttons: 7 (5 programmable)
? 30 x 30 pixel sensor
? Sampling rate: 12 000 fps
? Response time: 1 ms
? On board memory (save your settings!)

That sensor specs 150ips but It can go higher, 5m/s or 6m/s
post #5 of 26
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Originally Posted by DeMS View Post

Doesn't look too bad, although the max speed seems to be on the edge of what I hit during competitive gameplay, so not sure if that's going to be for me.

9500 is also rated 150 IPS. I wouldn't worry about that.
post #6 of 26
The IPS means nothing tbh.
A3060 for example, rated for how much? 60IPS? DO ME A FAVOR
also there another things that can effect the overall performaces - lens, firmware, SROM.
post #7 of 26
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Originally Posted by vss vintorez View Post

That sensor specs 150ips but It can go higher, 5m/s or 6m/s
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Originally Posted by kaingosu View Post

9500 is also rated 150 IPS. I wouldn't worry about that.
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Originally Posted by avinin1 View Post

The IPS means nothing tbh.
A3060 for example, rated for how much? 60IPS? DO ME A FAVOR
also there another things that can effect the overall performaces - lens, firmware, SROM.

Yey, thanks guys!

I know it usually works like the specs they send are more a less the minimum of those that they tested plus a safe margin.

I mean, the Abyssus tracks at over 4m/s but it's rated at 60-120 inches per second and 15g of acceleration, but I'm guessing they test it on "weird" surfaces so maybe on glass or metal it might go down to the worse case scenario and track at what's advertised, so what they state might work as a "worst case scenario" minimum speed (which knowing my luck it's going to be it).
post #8 of 26
"Maximum IPS" in the spec does not mean "maximum speed with somewhat ok tracking result".

The amount of counts that the sensor is able to report gets reduced beyond a certain speed, but it is not that the sensor cuts off or stops directly.

IIRC everything within 10% is okay for Avago (might be wrong about the exact percentage, but i use it for the example below).

Meaning if you move the sensor with a setting of 8000 cpi everything is okay, as long as the cpi dont drop below 7200.

If it drops at a certain speed below 7200 on the ususal set of specified test surfaces - voila thats the "typical maximum speed". As in this is what you should be able to reach on that set of surfaces with a "normal" implementation of the sensor.

If it drops at a certain speed below 7200 on the best possible surface voila thats the "max speed".

This does not mean that you cannot go faster, just that the result of counts will not be reasonable close to the cpi setting if you are faster.
post #9 of 26
Does this mouse look really uncomfortable to anyone else? Looks like it would put your wrist at a really bad angle.
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post #10 of 26
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Does this mouse look really uncomfortable to anyone else? Looks like it would put your wrist at a really bad angle.

It was for me, the shape is very restrictive and forcefull.
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