Originally Posted by Melan
That's true. Though there still no logical reason to go beyond 1800 cpi.
The practical merits of super high DPI itself is of course debatable, well maybe not when those 8k displays hit
But mainly with more modern sensors high DPI (really >800) doesn't have to be looked at as a bad thing anymore. We've had capable >800 DPI for awhile now even before 3360/3366 hype train.
Originally Posted by Alya
1920x1080 is considered small for gaming? I guess I'm behind the bend because I was using a 1600x900 LCD, then I was using a 1600x1200 CRT, then I was using a 2233RZ @ 120Hz, and I just upgraded to a 2411Z this year. FeelsBadMan.
Low in the sense it isn't considered high resolution anymore. 1080p is the most mainstream resolution at the moment. High resolution starts after that.
But anything below that would for sure be considered low compared to population average. Things like these are of course demographic dependent.
Although this issue has interesting timing given the differences with 3360 and the swath of mice using the releasing and the 3366 with the new Logitech mouse release with another on the way
Tinfoil hats anyone?