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post #531 of 1564
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Originally Posted by Amstrad View Post

Hmm...
So you mean ALL G400 are truly ADNS-3080E? They are just named "S3095" except "MX518v2 leftovers" where is still "ADNS-3080E" labeled in sensor?
So there is incorrect information in http://www.f-paper.com/?i715960_8# ?
"G400 Logitech mouse using the optical engine is also from Avago hand, model S3095, A3090 chip is special for the version of Logitech, the Logitech has been the core of Avago and partnership, mouse Logitech G400 sampling rate compared to the classic version of the DeathAdder Black to be slightly higher for 3600DPI. other parameters the same. "

I'm saying it's same high performance 20 pin optical architecture found in multiple mice. It's a different sensor if you look at it from a firmware perpective, but I guess logitech wanted to get rid of the "left overs" as the 3080E is an 1800 CPI sensor.
Edited by Skylit - 1/25/12 at 7:33am
post #532 of 1564
Okay but the newer ones with S3095 are based on ADNS-3090?
post #533 of 1564
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Originally Posted by Amstrad View Post

Okay but the newer ones with S3095 are based on ADNS-3090?

I personally believe the hardware is the same.
Edited by Skylit - 2/21/12 at 1:38pm
post #534 of 1564
I could get used to prediction, but I cannot use a mouse with sporadic behavior or +/- acceleration issues. I have very small hands but I hate palming mice, I'm more of a fingertip/claw hybrid.. It lists the G300 as using an ADNS-3055 sensor (my fav is a ADNS-3060) and it looks to be on the smaller side (guess I'll find out on Friday the 27th Jan. when I get it) So far my favorite mice in order have been: Zowie EC2 (not the best build quality, but the best sensor and overall feel). Second favorite is the CoolerMaster storm Spawn mouse ( it is REALLY small and light, so much so that it throws off aim anytime you use the mousewheel button, thumb buttons or double/triple tap the left click). Third is the Razer DeathAdder, the original 3G ( a tad too big for my small hand + Razer has gone way down the pooper in QA and build quality so new DA will prolly last only a year if that). I love a couple extra buttons on a mouse but with small hands most side buttons are both too far forward and rest up to high to cater to my grip style, making them useless (i usually only make use of the rearmost button on any mouse). I am looking forward to CoolerMasters Recon mouse, but seeing they barely showed it at CES just past, it prolly won't be out for a year or two (when I saw their Spawn mouse at Computex 2009 I had to wait until Oct-2011 for actual e-tail availability). That's my $0.02. I am still looking for a close to perfect mouse for SMALL hands so any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I just ordered a g300 followed by a Zowie mico and a Zowie AM so look forward to multiple reviews in February!smile.gif
Edited by d34thly - 1/26/12 at 10:15am
post #535 of 1564
I'll tell you by Monday Jan 30 what is the best between a G300, Spawn, EC2 and DA. I get my G300 on Friday the 27 (I have owned every G series mouse now except the g300 and g3 and have hated all of them), I am biased though as I have small hands. I can tell you offhand right now that EC2 has the best sensor and best overall feel, but the mouse didn't last a year before the buttons start double and multi-clicking on their own ( Zowie replaced it). The Spawn has the best build quality of any mouse and feels great, but a combination of a hard press scroll wheel and odd/small thumb buttons will throw your aim off when using them it's also hard to feather spray with this mouse as it is so light. The DeathAdder is a good all rounder, but unfortunately has Razer build quality (malfunctioning within 2 years) and it's a tad on the big side for my small hands. On the plus side, my freakishly small hands make my wedding tackle look huge! smile.gif I am still looking for a close to perfect mouse for SMALL hands so any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I just ordered a g300 followed by a Zowie mico and a Zowie AM so look forward to multiple reviews in February!
Edited by d34thly - 1/26/12 at 10:15am
post #536 of 1564
The EC2 may have prediction,but I can feel it less than in any other mouse with prediction I've ever tried. It is still the best mouse I've ever used yet.
post #537 of 1564
Hey all ...

I hope someone can give me some advice ...

I am looking to replace my current mouse as it is dying on me ... the options I have access to are listed below in price order (low to high)

Sidewinder x8
CM Sentinel Advance
Steelseries Diablo 3


I have large hands and a claw grip style ... please help !!

Kind Regards
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post #538 of 1564
Difference between Ikaria Optical and G400v2? I mean, which one got "better" tracking and which one less prediction?
post #539 of 1564
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Originally Posted by hza View Post

Difference between Ikaria Optical and G400v2? I mean, which one got "better" tracking and which one less prediction?

hey buddy tongue.gif

G400v2 is the only flawless sensor (maybe along with DA3.5) smile.gif well, only the 2cd LoD can be considered as a flaw. But apart from it, it is the best mouse for you if you get used to the shape as it is not ambidextrous.

but, lets hear other opinions wink.gif


All in all, G400v2 best tracking(?) and NO prediction whatsoever smile.gif
post #540 of 1564
Nothing is truly "flawless". People have different preferences or needs.
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