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post #21 of 1549
Mouse:GIGABYTE M8000X
Sensor:Avago ADNS-9500
Type: Laser
CPI/DPI: up to 6000
Perfect control speed: ?
Malfunction speed ?
Mouse Prediction ?
post #22 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post



Did microsoft sneek an avago sensor into the newer WMO's? I have a couple of original 2002-2003 models and they look nothing alike, Infact, the original sensor pcb is a lot smaller and looks like it shares the same hardware as the IE3.0/IO1.1. This on the other hand, dosen't...
older versions of the IMO/WMO/IME had some early Agilent/Avago sensor

http://home.comcast.net/~richardlowens/OpticalMouse/

I had a better source with but I don't find it atm, too lazy to really google for it
post #23 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Bullveyr View Post
older versions of the IMO/WMO/IME had some early Agilent/Avago sensor

http://home.comcast.net/~richardlowens/OpticalMouse/

I had a better source with but I don't find it atm, too lazy to really google for it
There's no reference of the IE3.0 or IO1.1 using anything other than a OSMLT04. I'm pretty sure the IME2.0 had an Avago/Agilent sensor, but they were extremely rare/limited.

When did the WMO come out? Both of mine have MLT04's D:

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Originally Posted by Lemmy View Post
Mouse:GIGABYTE M8000X
Sensor:Avago ADNS-9500
Type: Laser
CPI/DPI: up to 6000
Perfect control speed: ?
Malfunction speed ?
Mouse Prediction ?
Will add.
Edited by Skylit - 10/30/10 at 2:17pm
post #24 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post
There's no reference of the IE3.0 or IO1.1 using anything other than a OSMLT04.
But the non 1.1 had (older WMO/Intellimouse, and the source of your picture is a review from 2001 and the never mention it's a 1.1.
post #25 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Bullveyr View Post
But the non 1.1 had (older WMO/Intellimouse, and the source of your picture is a review from 2001 and the never mention it's a 1.1.
Confusing


So the IO 1.1 and IE 3.0 started out with MLT 04's in the year 2002-2003.

The WMO started off with an Agilent/Avago sensor in 2000/2001. Later, they made a 1.1a revision to the WMO in 2002. I think I have this cleared up now lol



Btw. http://cgi.ebay.com/Microsoft-Optica...item3a5fff787b

Pretty rare. I wouldn't even want to open it. Judging from the windows 2000 sticker, it's a 2002 model since XP came out in 03 01.
Edited by Skylit - 10/30/10 at 4:03pm
post #26 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post
So the IO 1.1 and IE 3.0 started out with MLT 04's in the year 2002-2003.

The WMO started off with an Agilent/Avago sensor in 2000/2001. Later, they made a 1.1a revision to the WMO in 2002. I think I have this cleared up now lol
Looks that way, afaik an earlier IntelliMouse Optical also had some Agilent/Avago sensor (but I don't know the real dates) .

PS: Win XP came out 2001.
post #27 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Bullveyr View Post
Looks that way, afaik an earlier IntelliMouse Optical also had some Agilent/Avago sensor (but I don't know the real dates) .

PS: Win XP came out 2001.
Oh that's right. I have no clue why I was thinking 03 lol
post #28 of 1549
I have a question:

Are 1,800 DPI enough for 2560x1600 monitor resolution?
post #29 of 1549
Please give me the cons of this sensor: Philips Twin Eye PLN 2031
post #30 of 1549
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Originally Posted by lb_felipe View Post
I have a question:

Are 1,800 DPI enough for 2560x1600 monitor resolution?
imo you need at least ~2400 if you play on high sens, so 1800 might work for low sens, i don't know
Edited by Jalal - 11/2/10 at 6:06am
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