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I'd like to know this too, is there a freeware tool that can do the same? Audition is ******* expensive... ^^

You can use any software that can read data points from text files (use the log file).
There is proper analytical software like Octave but you could probably even use Excel or LibreOffice.

http://www.ncsu.edu/labwrite/res/gt/graphtut-home.html
post #602 of 1573
We need to bring back important info such as the accel, prediction, LOD and max speed/perfect control.

About the standardization of the list so that the new list would have objective info. Skylit, If you want to have complete QA control over the benchmarks score then you decide if you should use enotus or outterspace and with mousepad to use.

If you want people to be able to contribute to the list then I suggest using a tool that is universally usable and generally foolproof. For that I suppose enotus fits the bill. While outterspace have more accuraccy and info, it is harder to use and I can see various potential where a reviewer could misread results due to incorrect methodologies.

As for a standard mousepad. I suggest using universally available popular mousepad that isn't exotically priced or hard to source. And of course the mousepad shouldn't have known issues with tracking. Also I suggest using both a soft pad and a hardpad. Maybe options like QCK heavy and the 9HD or Destructor. Zowie, Puretrack is harder to find in many parts of the world. whereas established brands like steelseries and razer are easier to find.

The purpose is to standardize the results and to allow as many people to contribute without bias.

What do you guys think?
post #603 of 1573
all points sound only reasonable to me!
post #604 of 1573
Hey first post, found this thread, it's exactly what I've been looking for.

I'm looking for a mouse with a really accurate sensor - as good as the Ikari laser or better. I have owned quite a few mice and the Ikari is the most accurate I've come across.
I have the Logitech 510, 518, G700, G9x, razer lachesis, mamba, death adder and the Ikari laser.

The closest that comes to the Ikari that I have is the DA. I would get another Ikari but the build quality is seriously sub par and sucks to say the least and ive gone thru 2 of them and dont want to get another so I was looking at the kinzu or kana because from the awesome chart on the front page those mice seem to have some good sensors. I was trying to get a hold of the nova slider x600 because they basically use the same sensor as the ikari laser but they aren't available anywhere.

Sooo, what would be the best most accurate sensor on a mouse that would be available? I was looking for the steelseries xai but that one is unavailable also.
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post #605 of 1573
Deathadder and G400 have the best, most accurate sensors at the moment imo.
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Does anyone here have infos about the Mionix Saiph 3200? Couldn't find any valuable information about max tracking speed, skipping, jitter etc.
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post #607 of 1573
Heya. It's been long overdue and I figured I should update this thread with more indeph information about the sensors listed on the first page.


I'll be updating this over the course of today and tomorrow. For specific questions please PM me.


@ above. I believe the max tracking speed is pretty low. Maybe around 60 IPS, though I'm not sure. Those ONS sensors were never adapted into the market well.
post #608 of 1573
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Heya. It's been long overdue and I figured I should update this thread with more indeph information about the sensors listed on the first page.
I'll be updating this over the course of today and tomorrow. For specific questions please PM me.
@ above. I believe the max tracking speed is pretty low. Maybe around 60 IPS, though I'm not sure. Those ONS sensors were never adapted into the market well.

If you were referring to my post, then that sucks because it seems to be a very good laser sensor, the most accurate one I've come across to date. Too bad the build quality on the Ikari is just plain bad.
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He was refering to Ino.
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AW: Mouse Sensor Technology Guide V2.0 [Being updated 28, July 2012]

I just read the edited first post. The Info about the sensor is really good.

Will you write something about the Logitech MX1000 sensor? I owned that mouse, once. It was marketed as the first laser mouse.

Which sensor was that?

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