Originally Posted by Skylit
There may be some bad apples here and there, but generally speaking, the 3.5G's Avago S3888 (DA only) works perfectly fine without bugs via latest firmware. In fact, It wouldn't be crazy for me to say that the 3.5G DA has one of the best LED based sensors in a mouse.
As far as logitech's Mx518, the drivers are completely glitched in conjunction with the sensor. It's max malfunction and perfect control rate is a lot lower than it should be. To avoid problems, most people uninstall drivers and manually bump polling rate via HIDUSBF.sys.
As for a fair warning, the Avago 9500 in the Xai and G500 both produce random amounts of positive and negative acceleration in conjunction with cloth surfaces. It may or may not effect the end user, but it's fairly noticeable at least IMO. Also, like you mentioned, the sensor will produce slight positive acceleration on all other surfaces.
Thanks for the input, good information. I knew there was accel for the xai, but you're saying it's random? How random is it? Does the kinzu use an Avago? If so, which one?
Also, the Zowie EC2 uses the Avago 3060 correct? What do you know about this sensor? Pros and cons. Not a big deal for me, but is there any way to get rid of prediction for the 3060?Edited by foppa - 1/2/11 at 11:39pm