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thanks man! i was waiting for your review+ i'm planning on the same mousepad lol
     
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A couple more mouse tests using 800 DPI & 1200 DPI which would concern more people playing between these DPI's.





Enotus Mouse Test v0.1.4
Mouse: @msmouse.inf,%hid.mousedevice%;HID-compliant mouse
Model: Mionix NAOS 8200
Resolution: 1200 dpi \good\
Polling speed: 999 Hz
Max speed: 1.64 m/s (77577 points/s) \good\
Precision: 99.7 % (0.22 m/s) \excellent\
Smoothness: 6.4 % \good\
Debug data: [('68', '0.21'), ('68', '0.75'), ('68', '0.99'), ('75', '1.00'), ('68', '1.00'), ('67', '0.99'), ('74', '1.03'), ('68', '0.99'), ('65', '0.99'), ('73', '1.01')]



Not sure how good or not this testing software is. Not much out there in this area. Note: In my testing I've had no acceleration and no lift settings.
     
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Hey Arizonian... really, really dumb question, probably the dumbest one you'll get in this entire thread tongue.gif

Can the led's on the mouse go full white? The G9X is supposedly able to do so but it ends up having a red hue to it.

Yes, I know this is irrelevant to 99.999999999% of OCN so I'm sorry for the rather unimportant question :\
    
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Hey Arizonian... really, really dumb question, probably the dumbest one you'll get in this entire thread tongue.gif
Can the led's on the mouse go full white? The G9X is supposedly able to do so but it ends up having a red hue to it.
Yes, I know this is irrelevant to 99.999999999% of OCN so I'm sorry for the rather unimportant question :\

Not a dumb question at all. Colors are important if your going for a scheme. I did not see a pre-set straight white in the color options but you can manually set it yourself RGB color 255-255-255. The scroll wheel and side DPI indicator are white but the Mionix logo is pinkish when forced full white.

Not sure if you can tell from the iPhone photo I took.





Here is the full color page of options. My other screen shot I had color shift enabled and it scrolls through the color spectrum which is quite awesome and my preferred color setting.

     
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post #75 of 102
What if you go 255-255-254 or similar? Or that logo simply "doesn't support" white? Might be just software bug or bad LED?
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How would you rate this mouse? 0-100% What are PRO and CONS? I have Gigabyte M8000x and I am quite happy with it.
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What if you go 255-255-254 or similar? Or that logo simply "doesn't support" white? Might be just software bug or bad LED?

Great idea so I gave it a test. It did not change the result using 255-255-254 and tried some other close variations.

If I remember correctly my Sensei which also scrolled through the color wheel had similar problem showing full white. Unless the mouse comes with a full white only LED I believe this is common.
     
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is it possible to set different colors to different areas? i would love the razer 2013 green on the logo and white on rest.
     
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How would you rate this mouse? 0-100% What are PRO and CONS? I have Gigabyte M8000x and I am quite happy with it.

Well I want to reserve my full opinion when I've had time to really test it gaming. Desktop mouse it's over kill. Right handed palm grip only users will love this mouse. If you have any other style other than palm grip this mouse is not for you.

I don't have a balance but I place the NAOS 8200 as heavy or heavier than my Razer Mamba at 136g alone.
     
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is it possible to set different colors to different areas? i would love the razer 2013 green on the logo and white on rest.

Great question. Yes one can set different colors to different areas from the pre-assigned color wheel however cannot assign custom colors to specific LED points. There is a drop down box by the check mark on this option show below where you can choose each an individual color. The mouse displays what it would look like before applying.

     
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