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

IMO, it feels even worse than the old 9500, at least with the Kone XTD, havent looked at the Taipan(if it has a new Firmware) yet because of Synapse.
post #12 of 102

To make it clear: there was a release to combat the delay, though it dosen't remove it completely.

 

For 99.9% of the people interested in a 9800 based mouse, the "lag" should now go unnoticed for the most part.  I personally didn't have an issue, though the 3090 model I was using felt much more responsive to hand motion.

 

I assume Razer and Roccat will push out firmware updates as soon as they're capable.


Edited by Skylit - 12/11/12 at 9:54am
post #13 of 102
Hi again!

Will try to answer a few questions.

We have been around in this forum for a while, but it was nice to see that people picked up on the news before we even logged in. We are very pleased to be here though, it's much knowledge on this forum, and thank you for welcoming us wink.gif

We will actually let someone from overclock have a go at it and see what he can come up with. Hopefully a fair review where he points out any issues he can find, delay, acceleration etc and write about it. If we can get that we would be more then pleased, since the end-user will know what he/she is buying and we will maybe get something to improve on when working with the software and upcoming products.


The 3090 is a beautiful sensor, maybe something we can work with on another project. For now the Naos 3200 will stay alive with the 3060 and before we decide to do something new there might be a updated version on the way.
post #14 of 102
Do you plan to produce a small, lightweight mouse any time soon?
post #15 of 102
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Originally Posted by Mionix here View Post

Hi again!
Will try to answer a few questions.
We have been around in this forum for a while, but it was nice to see that people picked up on the news before we even logged in. We are very pleased to be here though, it's much knowledge on this forum, and thank you for welcoming us wink.gif
We will actually let someone from overclock have a go at it and see what he can come up with. Hopefully a fair review where he points out any issues he can find, delay, acceleration etc and write about it. If we can get that we would be more then pleased, since the end-user will know what he/she is buying and we will maybe get something to improve on when working with the software and upcoming products.
The 3090 is a beautiful sensor, maybe something we can work with on another project. For now the Naos 3200 will stay alive with the 3060 and before we decide to do something new there might be a updated version on the way.
Thats very fair of you to do so, but I seriously hope that you guys will take the info seriously and not take it as ONLY free marketing to post on facebook.

3090 is the best sensor mouse can get.
You guys should consider Naos 4000 with 90g~ of weight without cable, I think you know enough that its not hard request to get done which also be apperciate by alot of low sensitivities players. also, I think you guys might wanna be "spaciel" than Qpad mice, SteelSeries ikari line and alot mice based on the same shell.
Honestly talking, in the end you guys will have to move on to the 3090 just as Madcatz did with thier RAT3, beacause as you know, 3060 is SADLY a discounted sensor.
Edited by avinin1 - 12/11/12 at 2:25pm
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The Naos, Ikari, and Qpad are all different shells, though they seem to have been based on the same concept.
    
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post #17 of 102
This does looks really good, having the ARM processor in the Naos shell really excites me. I've tried the Naos 3200 from a friend, and it is incredibly comfortable. I don't really mind the ~5% accel, so I'm very excited for this mouse at the moment.
It'd be cool if you could do a smaller 3090 mouse in the future though, as others have said.
post #18 of 102
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The 3090 is a beautiful sensor, maybe something we can work with on another project. For now the Naos 3200 will stay alive with the 3060 and before we decide to do something new there might be a updated version on the way.

 

While also a very responsive sensor, the MSRP on your 3060 model is already exceeding a few 4k DPI 3090 mice.   Not mentioning any technical implications about implementation of the current Naos "3200".

 

Updating won't take much effort. :)

post #19 of 102
You guys at mionix should make a 3090 sensor xai shape mouse with the cool mionix theme, people will eat that up. There are currently not many mice out there with the perfect shape / sensor combination, I feel atleast for me that the xaI / 1.1 shape is the best the zowie is way too thin and creats problems when pulling down my crosshair for controlling spray in game.
post #20 of 102
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You guys at mionix should make a 3090 sensor xai shape mouse with the cool mionix theme, people will eat that up. There are currently not many mice out there with the perfect shape / sensor combination, I feel atleast for me that the xaI / 1.1 shape is the best the zowie is way too thin and creats problems when pulling down my crosshair for controlling spray in game.

I almost agree, only that I think that there are enough mice with this shape and the ADNS-3090 out there, not to forget that the 3090 is getting dated and Avago might release a variation of their new sensor that is used in the new Razer Deathadder and Krait to other companies as well (just as they did with the 3888 => 3090). Mionix would definitely profit more from being an "early adopter" of that sensor and placing it into the legendary 1.1 shape, than to be so late to the 3090 party.
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