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So there are only two companies that use dual sensors to split the x and y axis are ocz and the one mouse from logitech also has it.

The OCZ Behemoth was okay (in fact quite nice) if you got it to work. It just had a lot of qwerks, like a lot. Its sad because they got a lot right, got about 80% of the way then abruptly fell flat on their face. Mostly driver side and build quality.
While it's shape may seem a bit unconventional it grew on me, they also had the eclipse to choose from.

I take it being able to adjust x and y values on most mouse is software end.
Where as the x and y coordinates were split in ocz's mouses via hardware correct?
Would splitting the laser allow it to focus on its singular task better?

What I would like to have is microsoft blue track laser technology at 500 poll rate with dual sensors for x and y values. Perhaps splitting it would make it capable of reaching higher poll rates. I don't know any of the tech mumbo jumbo I'm just assuming. For all I know any mouse can have 500 poll rate just consumes more battery and not sure if consumes much CPU. So they choose not to offer this to the general consumer.

Anyways rip OCZ, thanks for trying.
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found the company, its indicated here:
https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=ocz_behemoth&num=3
by DEXIN Corp

would love to see other companies experiment more with this type of sensor.


and this is the amazon one : V400 but probably functions very differently.
http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Laser-Cordless-Notebook-Mouse-/dp/B000BFLNA0%3FSubscriptionId%3DAKIAILSHYYTFIVPWUY6Q%26tag%3Dduckduckgo-d-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3DB000BFLNA0
Edited by paprika88 - 10/23/15 at 9:14pm
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Seems like mostly Phillips twin eye is used.
I read someone say that twin eye sensor suck on non solid colored surfaces.
Combining it with blue laser technology might yield interesting results and address that.
Maybe the dexin twin eye doesn't suffer from the same thing the Phillips does.

The other issue that may need addressing is that they seem prone to breaking.
Anyways, thanks
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Originally Posted by paprika88 View Post

Seems like mostly Phillips twin eye is used.
I read someone say that twin eye sensor suck on non solid colored surfaces.
Combining it with blue laser technology might yield interesting results and address that.
Maybe the dexin twin eye doesn't suffer from the same thing the Phillips does.

The other issue that may need addressing is that they seem prone to breaking.
Anyways, thanks

Dexin Corp. has nothing to do with the manufacturing of the twin eye sensors.
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