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post #1511 of 1534
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Originally Posted by M1st View Post

Well i just wanted to confirm. It suddenly dawned on me that it's possible to apply an algorithm that actually _predicts_ movement, similar to how smoothing is done but instead of interpolating cursor path, it's possible to extrapolate it, analyzing acceleration trend and reporting expected cursor position instead of current.

Is that not what the accelerometer in the G402 does?
    
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post #1512 of 1534
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

It would predict, doesnt necessarily mean that it will be correct though. biggrin.gif

I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be correct. Doesn't mean that noone would implement that.
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Originally Posted by Alya View Post

Is that not what the accelerometer in the G402 does?

I guess, yes. But i'm talking about getting acceleration not from accelerometer but from normal sensor input, like you can get velocity from counts and time.
post #1513 of 1534
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Originally Posted by M1st View Post


I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be correct. Doesn't mean that noone would implement that.

 

But why? Thats the question.

post #1514 of 1534
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

But why? Thats the question.

As a gimmick, to create basis for marketing words like "First mouse in the world that predicts future... advanced tech... breakthrough..." etc. I mean i see no reason for it personally aside from trying it out of curiosity. But i can totally imagine smth like this as a kickstarter project.
post #1515 of 1534
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Originally Posted by M1st View Post

First mouse in the world that predicts future

hahah
post #1516 of 1534
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Originally Posted by RevanCorana View Post

Hello, im interested in buying a Tesoro Sharur but there are so many versions, is the rule that ones with 4000dpi have a 3090 and the ones with 2000dpi have the 3050?

I'm kinda interested in the Sharur spectrum. Does anybody own it?
I've found some lousy reviews claiming adns5050 but that doesn't make sense.
Can't find any pcb pictures.
Don't have much hope as most 3090 mice have bad firmware but who knows.
post #1517 of 1534
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Originally Posted by the1freeMan View Post


I'm kinda interested in the Sharur spectrum. Does anybody own it?
I've found some lousy reviews claiming adns5050 but that doesn't make sense.
Can't find any pcb pictures.

 

Interesting, as previous stated specs were inline with 3050 and 3090, now we have no specs and 3050 specs, so yeah its probably 5050, and 3050, i will change them to the "current gen" regardless of older versions, f them.

post #1518 of 1534
This thread is outdated. Here is an updated version with today's better-informed sensibilities:

Gaming Mouse Sensor List:

3366
Mercury

/endlist
post #1519 of 1534
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

Interesting, as previous stated specs were inline with 3050 and 3090, now we have no specs and 3050 specs, so yeah its probably 5050, and 3050, i will change them to the "current gen" regardless of older versions, f them.

4000cpi on a 5050 ? o.O

No pcb shots so not sure how reliable the info is.
post #1520 of 1534
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Originally Posted by daniel0731ex View Post

This thread is outdated. Here is an updated version with today's better-informed sensibilities:

Gaming Mouse Sensor List:

3366
Mercury

/endlist
Tell me a flaw in the 3310 that operates in my ZA13 because I couldn't. And I play at a pretty high level.
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