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"The responsiveness of the sensor is one aspect of this technology development effort." imo clearly says that responsiveness of the sensor is one aspect of the delta zero technology.

nowhere does he specify that the only standard of delta zero technology is no acceleration. Its a performance standard for speed related accuracy and one aspect of that is no acceleration. Another aspect of it is responsiveness.

Their Delta Zero term existed for years yet the G502 is the first time there is any mention of responsiveness. Why? Because every video and piece of text Logitech has produced intentionally highlights the responsiveness and lack of smoothing as being a new feature, a feature directly linked time and time again in sentences with the words "new sensor." Why did they make the new sensor in the first place? To work on increasing responsiveness.

Your interpretation of the post is moot regardless. Either he was not including responsiveness as part of Delta Zero, or Delta Zero has changed (ie: the "technology developed") beginning with the G502. The end result is the same.

If you want you can ask CPate to clear it up, but their entire marketing campaign is based around this being obvious and everyone else seems to be on the same page.
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Puttin the Logitech G502 in this. From what I hear it has a near perfect sensor.
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So many answers biggrin.gif . Thanks for all the help guys. But what's the difference between the diffrence between the Mionix Naos 7000 and the Naos 3200 ?
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So many answers biggrin.gif . Thanks for all the help guys. But what's the difference between the diffrence between the Mionix Naos 7000 and the Naos 3200 ?

The 3200 is not needed that's what lol. The sensor in there is far too old to be relevant now.
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Higher native CPI, much higher maximum perfect control speed, also super low liftoff distance approaching laser-like lowness. It is distinctly and objectively better.

well maybe I'll be purchasing a G502 instead of the mionix NAOS 7000 for my next mouse thumb.gif

just curious, what is the native CPI for the G502 and the 3310. Also what sensor does the G502 use?
    
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well maybe I'll be purchasing a G502 instead of the mionix NAOS 7000 for my next mouse thumb.gif

just curious, what is the native CPI for the G502 and the 3310. Also what sensor does the G502 use?
They made a brand new sensor for the G502. MAx dpi is something insane like 12000, but, and this is a quote from the logitech rep here on the forum, the sensor wasn't build to a DPI, they just made it and they found its max to be roughly 12000. Fantastic sensor from what I've heard.
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Ok, so I think I'll buy a Naos 7000 or maybe I'll wait for the g502 if i can afford it biggrin.gif . But guy,s are you sure that Madcatz mouses sucks? Because They are avaliable at a good price on NCIX rigth now and they have many interesting features.
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Ok, so I think I'll buy a Naos 7000 or maybe I'll wait for the g502 if i can afford it biggrin.gif . But guy,s are you sure that Madcatz mouses sucks? Because They are avaliable at a good price on NCIX rigth now and they have many interesting features.
DO NOT GET A MADCATZ MOUSE! I have the MMO7 and it broke 3 times in less then a year. Seriously, just ignore them.
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Haha never mind then. I'll stick with the Naos 7000.
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well maybe I'll be purchasing a G502 instead of the mionix NAOS 7000 for my next mouse thumb.gif

just curious, what is the native CPI for the G502 and the 3310. Also what sensor does the G502 use?

G502 is using the PMW3366. All steps 50-5000 are native on the 3310 and all steps on the 3366 in the G502 as implemented are native.
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