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Avago 9800 + 32bit ARM processor inside the Naos shell?
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$89.99 / €89.99

Way too high.
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That sensor is cursed. Every mouse I've tried that's had it has some sort of delay.
Edited by end0rphine - 12/11/12 at 5:53am
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Hi Guys!

Glad to see the news found its way in to overclock as well.

The Naos 8200 have no problems with delay as previous products with the Avago 9800 sensor had, that have been fixed. Reviews will start showing up soon so you just don't have to take our word on it.

Cheers,
Mionix
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Hi Guys!
Glad to see the news found its way in to overclock as well.
The Naos 8200 have no problems with delay as previous products with the Avago 9800 sensor had, that have been fixed. Reviews will start showing up soon so you just don't have to take our word on it.
Cheers,
Mionix

It will still have acceleration. We all know about all mice companies here. I would say "Glad you find youself here".

Welcome to this community !drunken.gif
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Welcome to this community !drunken.gif
If they've only found this community earlier so they hadn't put the 9800 sensor in it... Optical is still the ****.
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The Naos 8200 have no problems with delay as previous products with the Avago 9800 sensor had, that have been fixed. Reviews will start showing up soon so you just don't have to take our word on it.
Reviews of previous mice with this sensor don't mention this issue too wink.gif .
Edited by Glymbol - 12/11/12 at 9:36am
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Coulda had a 3090.
    
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Originally Posted by Mionix here View Post

Hi Guys!
Glad to see the news found its way in to overclock as well.
The Naos 8200 have no problems with delay as previous products with the Avago 9800 sensor had, that have been fixed. Reviews will start showing up soon so you just don't have to take our word on it.
Cheers,
Mionix

 

Not really, though the "fix" that was applied shouldn't really impose on anyone interested in the mouse. At least imo.

 

 

Originally Posted by raisinbun View Post


Avago 9800 + 32bit ARM processor inside the Naos shell?
 
 
Same 32 bit ST controller as previous model. Just wasn't marketed as it is now.

Edited by Skylit - 12/11/12 at 9:02am
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