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If negative acceleration is gradual instead of a platue etonus can't tell the difference, and I'm pretty sure that's how this sensor is.

its not gradual here, moving mouse fast across the pad lands the crosshair same place if I move it slow, maybe last 0.2m are negative accelerated, as that malfunction is not completely instant.
post #12 of 14
Gradual, but not that gradual.

Ok, evidently I remembered these mice having a lot more gradual of a hump at the end of its perfect control speed.

But basically there are speeds at which you have negative acceleration but the mouse hasn't run into a hard speed cap, it's just not as much of an increase in readings as it should be.
    
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post #13 of 14
While meant to be the cheaper solution over time, VCSEL output has improved significantly in terms of wafer quality and yield.

I would like to see someone mod a current gen cherry picked laser diode into a well designed 6010/6090 mouse.

Likely won't reach its LED counterpart in terms of IPS, but it should give a nice compromise for those seeking a lower average lift off per surface basis.
post #14 of 14
Hello, i have A4Tech XL-755k with same ADNS-6010 sensor, which DPI, report rate, and response delay should i setup in Oskar for best results?

Current 800 DPI, 1000 Hz, and 8 ms (no double clicks at this point for me). Most time for CS:GO.

Sorry for three-year-old thread, but it's most useful for me. I don't have access to any other mouse.

1 post images are dead, so i dont have any info.
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