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post #451 of 1560
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Originally Posted by whybother;14550997 
Wouldn't a prediction toggle require onboard memory to update the sensor each time with patched firmware?

ADNS 3090 is natively prediction free. The toggling on the spawn comes from the mouse's MCU (Micro control Unit).

Only way it's possible is with a custom srom(firmware) since I'm assuming that the G400 doesn't utilize a MCU.

I personally think Logitech approached Avago with their current 3080E and told them to make it better, but then again Avago could have reworked their 3090 to make it perform similarly to the 3080E.

I know I'm guilty, but we shouldn't assume biggrin.gif
post #452 of 1560
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post
... since I'm assuming that the G400 doesn't utilize a MCU.
Every mouse has a MCU, at least as long as you also count single chip solution (MCU and sensor in a single package).
post #453 of 1560
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Originally Posted by Bullveyr View Post
Every mouse has a MCU, at least as long as you also count single chip solution (MCU and sensor in a single package).
I meant external like the spawn
post #454 of 1560
... and the G400 has a external MCU, like all mice with higher end sensors.
post #455 of 1560
Does anyone know if Sonix sensors are any good?
post #456 of 1560
http://steelseries.com/us/products/m...lseries-sensei New top-of-the-line guy from Steelseries, making some pretty big claims (a mouse processor equivalent to a 75 MHz Pentium! 16.8 million LED colors!) I really hope we can find out which sensor this thing uses soon

OH wow, I'm sorry--I didn't see the thread in the main part of the forum because I just have this thread benchmarked.
Edited by theqat - 8/15/11 at 6:53pm
post #457 of 1560
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http://steelseries.com/us/products/m...lseries-sensei New top-of-the-line guy from Steelseries, making some pretty big claims (a mouse processor equivalent to a 75 MHz Pentium! 16.8 million LED colors!) I really hope we can find out which sensor this thing uses soon

OH wow, I'm sorry--I didn't see the thread in the main part of the forum because I just have this thread benchmarked.
What i really need is 11,000+ CPI. and 16 million+ colors. Looks like steelseries is back on track with what mice are all about.
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post #458 of 1560
Hi guys

Im looking for a good mouse like 2months after my old one broken. After reading tons of reviews I found your list and read like 20 pages with the hope to find something about my two models I choose before. So I must to decide between DA(idk wuts better V3(black) or V2(with light) and Xai (does it have angle snapping?). DA is pretty big(my friend got it) and has buggy wheel(I can live with high LOD of it) so I hope Xai is a little smaller and has better performance. What do you think? I will buy a new screen 22-24inch and like to play mostly at +1000dpi and like 1000Hz. If you need more informations ask me and I will be really happy if you can help me to decide.


Edit: I selected DA because of its sensor and Xai i dont know why I just asked me why not maby it is better or smaller.
Edited by age95 - 8/18/11 at 2:47pm
post #459 of 1560
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Hi guys

Im looking for a good mouse like 2months after my old one broken. After reading tons of reviews I found your list and read like 20 pages with the hope to find something about my two models I choose before. So I must to decide between DA(idk wuts better V3(black) or V2(with light) and Xai (does it have angle snapping?). DA is pretty big(my friend got it) and has buggy wheel(I can live with high LOD of it) so I hope Xai is a little smaller and has better performance. What do you think? I will buy a new screen 22-24inch and like to play mostly at +1000dpi and like 1000Hz. If you need more informations ask me and I will be really happy if you can help me to decide.


Edit: I selected DA because of its sensor and Xai i dont know why I just asked me why not maby it is better or smaller.

What grip do you use?

Sensorwise, the DA's are still unmatched IMO. All versions of the mouse perform optimal under the latest firmware.

The mouse is meant for palm grippers and can be pretty stressful if you want to claw or fingertip the mouse. I'm not saying that it's impossible to do, but you may find comfort in other mice.

As for the Xai, the Sensor is pretty finicky. It's not unusable but it performs optimally on hard surfaces and takes a huge performance hit on cloth. There is also a small positive acceleration flaw within the sensor itself and it isn't really fixable.

On the other hand the shape is really good and I don't think anyone will complain about not being able to grip the thing effectively.


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... and the G400 has a external MCU, like all mice with higher end sensors.
ohh my mistake ;o
post #460 of 1560
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What grip do you use?
70%Palm and 30% Claw xD

I saw now the new Steelseries mouse Sensei and I think to wait for it. I saw it has new sensor so maby it won´t have acceleration.
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