Originally Posted by Razer_TheFiend
3399 is not a derivative sensor. It's a whole new sensor that we started working with Pixart in 2016, right after we finished work on the 3389. It uses a few of Razer patented technologies and will remain exclusive to Razer for some time to come.
Thanks for the clarification. Can you confirm that it's entirely different from the 3335 (package/silicone level) or is it comparable to the 3360/3389 situation?
Originally Posted by munchzilla
I tried a 3330-based sensor once but kind of been dismissing it because it had like 3mm LOD, which is far too high for my usage, do you know if all 3330 have high LOD like this, or if it was just a one-off thing?
couldn't find anywhere to change it in the driver software on this mouse :-(
For LOD, the 3330 offers settings of 2mm, 3mm and manual calibration.
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