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post #571 of 1549
which sensor is better, Avago ADNS-A3080 or Avago ADNS-A6010? i'm looking to buy a cheap a4tech for my brother
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post #572 of 1549
Is there any point in changing from SS Xai to Logitech G400 ? Difference will be noticeable?
post #573 of 1549
If you don't have any issues or "wrong feelings", I'd say no, not really.
post #574 of 1549
Guys can you tell me about SS Kinzu prediction level (out of the box without installing software) compared to logitech G1?
post #575 of 1549
Skylit, can you help me with my question? Just your subjective impressions about kinzu vs. G1 prediction.
post #576 of 1549
Not exactly sure myself.

Kinzu without firmware update was a fair bit lower than with, but the G1's angle snapping is "there" as well.

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Originally Posted by fellcbr1 View Post

which sensor is better, Avago ADNS-A3080 or Avago ADNS-A6010? i'm looking to buy a cheap a4tech for my brother


6010 from a technical stand point.

VCSEL and LED are a bit different when it comes to reading surfaces. Firmware is also a major player, but it mainly depends what you need.

- Aiming for max IPS? Go for the optical variant.
Edited by Skylit - 3/19/12 at 11:20am
post #577 of 1549
Whats a good mousepad for the razer abyssus (better if its on the cheaper side). I'm hoping for $10 or below, or can I just keep this cheap cloth mousepad?
post #578 of 1549
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Originally Posted by wongt4 View Post

Whats a good mousepad for the razer abyssus (better if its on the cheaper side). I'm hoping for $10 or below, or can I just keep this cheap cloth mousepad?

For best tracking you'll need a hardpad, of which I'm going to suggest the ones that worked best with my Abyssus ; SteelSeries 4HD/9HD or Zowie Swift - try to find them cheap and enjoy :
Abyssus on Zowie Swift :
Resolution: 400 dpi \bad\
Polling speed: 999 Hz
Max speed: 4.83 m/s (76089 points/s) \excellent\
Precision: 99.1 % (0.57 m/s) \excellent\

Abyssus on Steelseries SX
Resolution: 400 dpi \bad\
Polling speed: 991 Hz
Max speed: 4.39 m/s (69107 points/s) \excellent\
Precision: 99.8 % (1.04 m/s) \excellent\

Abyssus Destructor
Resolution: 400 dpi \bad\
Polling speed: 992 Hz
Max speed: 4.93 m/s (77713 points/s) \excellent\
Precision: 99.8 % (0.65 m/s) \excellent\

Abyssus SteelSeries 9HD
Resolution: 400 dpi \bad\
Polling speed: 994 Hz
Max speed: 5.31 m/s (83687 points/s) \excellent\
Precision: 99.7 % (0.70 m/s) \excellent\

And for reference, a cloth pad where it can ripple a bit :

Abyssus Goliathus
Resolution: 400 dpi \bad\
Polling speed: 992 Hz
Max speed: 5.49 m/s (86455 points/s) \excellent\
Precision: 99.8 % (0.95 m/s) \excellent\

EDIT : Abyssus has been one of the few optical mice to not to skip at very low speeds on the SX.
post #579 of 1549
I wouldn't trust Enotus with speed over 4 m/s.
post #580 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Glymbol View Post

I wouldn't trust Enotus with speed over 4 m/s.

I don't, but it works as a reference as to what other people might be able to achieve on the same program.
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