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post #11 of 20
I can try and answer any questions you have about our products, cheers
post #12 of 20
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Originally Posted by Mionix here;13199051 
I can try and answer any questions you have about our products, cheers

Any plans for new (or updated) mice or is that confidential to the public?
post #13 of 20
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Originally Posted by Skylit;13199078 
Any plans for new (or updated) mice or is that confidential to the public?

I cannot say anything right now sorry, but as soon as i can i will post something
post #14 of 20
Why do you interpolate the CPI on the Naos 3200 and don't be just honest about the real 1600 CPI?

PS: Nice to give the user the ability to read SQUAL out of the sensor with the Naos 5000. smile.gif

PPS: Alltough I don't like weight tuning systems yours at least doesn't screw with the weight balance.
post #15 of 20
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Originally Posted by Bullveyr;13199287 
Why do you interpolate the CPI on the Naos 3200 and don't be just honest about the real 1600 CPI?

PS: Nice to give the user the ability to read SQUAL out of the sensor with the Naos 5000. smile.gif

PPS: Alltough I don't like weight tuning systems yours at least doesn't screw with the weight balance.

We tuned the sensor the same way BMW tune the M5 for more horsepower, the same way many other mouse manufacturers work.

The weight tuning system works well and the S.Q.A.T tool is kinda funny as we used it internally to develop our mouse pads and then thought customers would find it cool too.
post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by Mionix here;13199844 
We tuned the sensor the same way BMW tune the M5 for more horsepower, the same way many other mouse manufacturers work.
If you don't have a custom srom for the A3080 (which highly I doubt) or a custom lens (not a good idea) to crank up the CPI and simply multiply Δx/y from the sensor by 2 it's by far not comparable to make a M5 out of a normal 5er BMW.

It might be technically correct that the NAOS 3200 sends 3200 counts per one inch of movement that way but I have the same effect by doubling my ingame sensitivity or setting the windows pointer speed to 8/11.
It's not comparable to "real" 3200 CPI and it's not what people expect when they read 3200 CPI.

I know that other manufacturers like A4Tech or Roccat in the Case of the Kova do the same thing but that doesn't make it better.
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... and the S.Q.A.T tool is kinda funny as we used it internally to develop our mouse pads and then thought customers would find it cool too.
Why didn't you include it for the 3200?
Edited by Bullveyr - 4/21/11 at 11:38am
post #17 of 20
I have to correct myself, it's the A3060 and not the A3080
post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by Bullveyr;13200843 
Why didn't you include it for the 3200?
I presume due to the sensor not being able to do it.
post #19 of 20
Na, you can read SQUAL out of the A3060 just as easy as with the A9500.
post #20 of 20
For some reason I'm expecting the A3090 in the next Mionix mouse.
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Crucial M4 64GB Western Digital WD Blue 500GB Lite-On iHAS124 CD/DVD Burner Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO (Pull Configuration) 
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Corsair CX430 NZXT Source 220 Logitech Click! Mouse SteelSeries QcK Mini Diablo III Edition 
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