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post #551 of 1560
It isn't native.
post #552 of 1560
Just out of curiosity, does the Philips Twin Eye PLN 2032 have a native DPI setting?
post #553 of 1560
could sky update his list to include a prediction/acceleration in the charts? would be nice to know which sensors are actually good or not.
post #554 of 1560
Just ask me what you want to know.

What exactly did you mean by acceleration?

PS: Angle snapping (prediction) doesn't depict how "good" a sensor is. tis a firmware enabled feature and falls into preference.
Edited by Skylit - 2/29/12 at 9:19pm
post #555 of 1560
Skylit, all presented in the sheet a4tech gaming mice have mechanical wheel encoder and HUANO microswitches on main buttons.
Edited by outerspace - 3/5/12 at 5:35am
post #556 of 1560
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Just ask me what you want to know.

What exactly did you mean by acceleration?

PS: Angle snapping (prediction) doesn't depict how "good" a sensor is. tis a firmware enabled feature and falls into preference.

For example, some logitech mice have noticeable acceleration when it is disabled.

I'm looking for a sensor that tracks 1:1 like the razer diamondback but has a different shape.
post #557 of 1560
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Skylit, all presented in the sheet a4tech gaming mice have mechanical wheel encoder and HUANO microswitches on main buttons.

i'm pretty sure x-710's and x-718's have omron's (unless they started to change stuff inside at the latest batches). i'm 100% ceratain x-747, x-748 and x-760 have huano's (dissassembled them myself)
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post #558 of 1560
Latest A4Tech X7 mice uses Huano, but they used Omrons in the past.

Another thing is they moved from A3060 / 3080 to "V-Track" with some Pixart sensor. Unfortunately mice model symbols remains the same...
post #559 of 1560
Hello
I'm going to buy new mouse soon. Which one would you recommend ? I mostly play a lot of fps so any kind of acceleration won't make me happy. From what I read g400 seems to be nice but someone said it has high lift of distance. I have a4tech x748k and LoD is just huge... can't play on it. SS Xai LoD seems to be perfect (~1mm). Other words, whats best mouse without accel and low lift off distance, if that mouse even exist wink.gif Thank you.
Edited by Crack - 3/6/12 at 8:42am
post #560 of 1560
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Originally Posted by obi.van.kenobi View Post

i'm pretty sure x-710's and x-718's have omron's (unless they started to change stuff inside at the latest batches). i'm 100% ceratain x-747, x-748 and x-760 have huano's (dissassembled them myself)

They all use HUANO now. I have new X-710BK and X-718BK with HUANO microswitches. And I also have x-748 broken by myself for spare parts. It's also have HUANO.
Edited by outerspace - 3/7/12 at 12:37am
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