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post #1151 of 1493
What do they mean with the resolution register then?
post #1152 of 1493
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

Might wanna put that in the marketing then. But that would be expecting some form of competency from them.

Yep exactly. Doesn't it say 'competition grade' or something on the front of the box?

"The Rival 100 Optical Gaming Mouse brings unmatched performance, at an unrivaled price."

"The Rival 100 gives gamers 40% higher tracking accuracy and movement-tracking speeds up to 33% faster than top competitive mice. In addition to delivering the performance needed to match the reaction time of the world’s best gamers"

etc etc etc

Maybe 5 years from now they'll put a 3310 in a small mouse.
post #1153 of 1493
I feel bad for the people who bought it expecting it to be a decent mouse
post #1154 of 1493
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Originally Posted by johnsamuels View Post

Maybe 5 years from now they'll put a 3310 in a small mouse.

I'm sure they will but they'll always find something else to mess up thumb.gif
Edited by Sencha - 11/6/15 at 12:17am
post #1155 of 1493
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Originally Posted by trism View Post

What do they mean with the resolution register then?

 

?

 

 

 

All marketing fluff aside, 40€ for A3050 are unfortunately standard, as for practicality, there are individuals who prefer it over the A9800´s.

post #1156 of 1493
well there's also this
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post #1157 of 1493

The one i posted is the old Avago one, which is why it is kind of weird, because the old one doesnt have a 750cpi step but the PixArt one does.

post #1158 of 1493
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Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post

well there's also this
EWV01f1.jpg
I emailed Steelseries about this document, got a pretty good response in return.

"Unfortunately that datasheet is over four years old, and incorrect. The sensor in the Rival 100 has a different datasheet and we are using a different register to set the resolution of the sensor. There is no 750 step by default. We did not purposefully exclude the setting.

The engineering team is currently investigating what we can do with the sensor in the future. An implementation of a 750 step is something we would like to do, but not something we can commit to right now, and can't guarantee will happen.

I believe I recognize you from Overclock, so please keep in mind this is a lower-priced, budget-minded gaming mouse, and as a result it is not really designed to meet / can't meet the highest requirements of the community for a perfect sensor. However, a lot of us recognize the demand for this mouse shape with a high-end sensor and will be pushing to get one designed. Hopefully it's something we'll be able to meet the demand for in the future."
post #1159 of 1493
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

The one i posted is the old Avago one, which is why it is kind of weird, because the old one doesnt have a 750cpi step but the PixArt one does.
Both of those, the one you posted and the one qsxcv posted, are found in both Avago and PixArt datasheets. Just scroll down. Unless the version from Avago is a second revision or something similar.

http://media.digikey.com/pdf/Data%20Sheets/Avago%20PDFs/ADNS-3050.pdf, page 27.
post #1160 of 1493
Again, the 750 step isn't real or native to sensor SROM. It's uses the 1500 CPI register as its base afaik.
Edited by jsx3 - 11/6/15 at 2:45am
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