Originally Posted by AnimalK
My Avior 7000 just arrived. I just plugged it in and testing it out.
I'm going to install the beta driver shortly as Metal's recommendation.
First impression is the build quality looks to be industry leading. Fit and finish is flawless. Feels sturdy and made of high-quality materials. The lighting is very well executed.
The feet are made of some very slippery stuff. I really like how it glides on my old goliathus.
It is much bigger than I expected. This thing is DeathAdder sized and a little wider.
Gonna spend some time today csgo-ing with it.
EDIT: Holy cow the beta firmware made a difference. Feels like a different mouse. Much more responsive.
Yours must have had a much older firmware on it out of the box. I hardly noticed a difference between 3.08 and 3.38. Good to know you like it, mine has been holding up nicely.
Originally Posted by detto87
Is this beta firmware that reduces the smoothing also available for the Naos 7000?
Also: is the smoothing reduced or completely disabled? Would be nice to have an official answer from Mionix.
I'm searching for a mouse that keeps my palm from touching the mousepad, and obviously a good
palm mouse is the thing to look for to achieve that. Debating between Naos and Rival but would prefer Naos,
if it offers a very good grip where I can still lift off the mouse without much trouble.
That leads me to my third and final question: can I achieve a very low LOD (via driver settings) on the Naos 7000
with the latest beta firmware or does anything not work or does any performance hit takes place when doing so?
I know that the G502 (one of the most advanced sensors today) can have problems with its LOD setting, so that's
why I'm asking about Mionix's 3310 beta firmware implementation.
I have the NAOS now as well. The beta version for the NAOS is coming but is not posted yet. I can't discuss whether the smoothing can or can't be completely eliminated nor do I 100 percent know either way.
Yes LOD setting is working on the beta. All settings will be working on the official version of 3.38 for both mice. LOD you have to be careful with. Set it too low and the mouse will refuse to track on small spots of the pad leaving you potentially ending up short of your flickshot. I use default and it's plenty low.