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post #1561 of 1573
Hello, does anybody know which sensor the Roccat Nyth uses?
From the picture it looks like a PLN / Philips-Twin-Eye




"Twin-Tech Laser Sensor R1 mit bis zu 12000 dpi "
post #1562 of 1573
It is a Phillips Twin eye.
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post #1563 of 1573
Any idea what Sensor the Redimp GM200 might have? It has max 4000 DPI, 1000 MHz, 20G, 6000 FPS.

I am trying to decide between it and the Blade Hawk for roughly the same price, which shows its sensor as the Avago ADNS-3050 in a product pic, and which I believe is deemed "okay" (for its price).

Edit: Aah, sorry, on Amazon.com it mentions the sensor as exactly the same (or at least "Avago A3050") for the Redimp. Only in my regions it doesn't, not even on the redimp website.

That said, know if any of the cheaper mice (yes, with about 15 bucks they are near the top end of similar products) have the chip?
(I'd like to see my current mouse purchase as a "non-investment", but good for its purposes and price range. I last had a standard cheap Logitech, after a used Razer...)
Edited by MattH5 - 10/15/17 at 11:42am
post #1564 of 1573
I consider the latest withholding of my post, after several editings (which apparently included the misstep in the thread of a tentative asking for suggestions), as a pompous and personal action (no matter how "trivial", go figure), and will not be using this forum anymore. Otherwise I would have liked to delete my account, which is not possible, but you may still do, if you want.
post #1565 of 1573
Finally i got some new mice, bought off a few A4tech ones from the second hand market as well...

Left to right, first line: Bloody V8A, A4tech X-718BF, then Oscar X-718BK with A3080 and the one with PMW3305,
second line: Bloody A90 , Razer DeathAdder 4G, Asus Gladius, Bloody ZL5A, Logitech G502



I always wanted an A3080 mouse, now i have 2 , two different generations. The X718BK with PMW3305 is curios, not exactly the Revision 2 variant, but an intermediary design, between the old A3080 based one and Rev.2 .

The Gladius, G502 and the DA are a good reference for comparison. I truly like the A4tech mice, all of them. Not only these have the most advanced macro support ever was implemented in a gaming device, but also the strange form and the peculiar sensor implementation makes them a class apart.

The 3080



The 3305



The lower side of the strange revision 718BK (with the 3305)





So finally, after so long these models became obsolete , got the answer for the query i placed on this forum, back then, all by myself, after all. Only personal experience will be able to reveal how a certain mouse form will feel in your hands , or a sensor to perform, and to be honest,most of the reviews on Youtube or else are garbage at best, just people looking for cheap popularity, nothing more.

The only truly useful review i ever found was the one made by Sujoy in 2007 on esreality (long obsolete by now), and the sensor list on this very thread (with some more bits and bobs overall around on this forum).
post #1566 of 1573
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Originally Posted by adacsaba View Post

Finally i got some new mice, bought off a few A4tech ones from the second hand market as well...

second line: Bloody A90

My version, the AL90 is my current all time Favourite A4tech mouse.

Simply superbly built, tough and takes an awful amount of abuse with drops to the concrete floor, without suffering any damage.

You can't do that with 90% of other mice produced, so that is why I love the AL90 thumb.gif .
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post #1568 of 1573
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Originally Posted by adacsaba View Post

Finally i got some new mice, bought off a few A4tech ones from the second hand market as well...

Why did you have to waste money on so many mice you already know will be crap?
Oh what you actually like them? Low quality plastic/finish with low end sensors?
What's so curious about a 3305 lol?
A part form the fact that all cpi steps are off by a lot on the x718bk (like 600 being 800 or what not, don't remember exactly, a friend has it)
post #1569 of 1573
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Originally Posted by the1freeMan View Post

Why did you have to waste money on so many mice you already know will be crap?
Oh what you actually like them? Low quality plastic/finish with low end sensors?
What's so curious about a 3305 lol?
A part form the fact that all cpi steps are off by a lot on the x718bk (like 600 being 800 or what not, don't remember exactly, a friend has it)

What's wrong with collecting?
post #1570 of 1573
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What's wrong with collecting?
everything is good except for a4tech mice Kappa
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