суббота, 17 марта 2018 г.

Gigabyte M8600 V2 sensor: dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Gigabyte M8600 V2 wireless gaming mouse has a 5600dpi twin-eye (dual-lens) laser sensor. DPI range: 100-5600 (software interpolated to 6500); CPI increments: 50 DPI; DPI presets: 800/1600/3200/5600; Max tracking speed: 150 inches per second; Frame Rate: 12000 fps; Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time).

Gigabyte M8600 V2 has 4 side buttons, DPI Switch button and a tilting scroll wheel.
It has 32KB onbloard memory to save up to 5 settings profiles and 70 macros

Omron durable switches: 10 million clicks

Gigabyte Aivia Krypton sensor: dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Gigabyte Aivia Krypton gaming mouse has a 8200dpi sensor. DPI range: 200-8200; CPI increments: 50 DPI; DPI presets: 800/1600/3200/5600; Max tracking speed: 150 inches per second; Frame Rate: 12000 fps; Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time).

Mouse suits for right and left-handed users.
It has 32KB onbloard memory to save up to 5 settings profiles

Omron durable switches: 10 million clicks

Gigabyte XM300 sensor: dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Gigabyte XM300 has Avago (Pixart) 3988 sensor. DPI range: 50-6400; CPI increments: 50 DPI; Max tracking speed: 200 inches per second; Frame Rate: 12500 fps;
Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time)
Omron durable switches: 20 million clicks

16.8M Customizable Lighting

Gigabyte Force M9 sensor: dpi, polling rate

Gigabyte Force M9 wireless gaming mouse has an optical sensor. Resolution DPI: 1600dpi hardware resolution; DPI presets: 800/1200/1600/2000; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time); Max tracking speed: 65 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Max Frame Rate: 3600 fps. It has 5 programmable buttons.
Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz

Compatibility: PC, MAC

Gigabyte Force M7, M7 Thor sensor review: dpi, polling rate

Gigabyte Force M7 has a 3200dpi blue optical sensor. Resolution DPI: 400-3200; DPI presets: 800/1600/3200; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time); Max tracking speed: 65 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Max Frame Rate: 3600 fps. It has 5 programmable buttons. 
Gigabyte Force M7 has a 6000dpi laser sensor. Thor Resolution DPI: 400-6000; DPI presets: 800/1600/5600; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time); Max tracking speed: 150 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Max Frame Rate: 12000 fps. It has 7 programmable buttons. It's a great gaming mouse for the price. 

Gigabyte M6900 sensor review: dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Gigabyte M6900 mouse has a 3200dpi optical sensor. Resolution DPI: 400-3200; DPI presets: 800/1600/2000; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time); Max tracking speed: 65 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Max Frame Rate: 3600 fps. 

It has DPI adjust + and - buttons, 3-Stage LED indicators, a tilting scroll wheel.
Omron durable switches: 5 million clicks

четверг, 15 марта 2018 г.

Gigabyte M6800 V2 (2016V) sensor review: dpi, acceleration

Gigabyte GM-M6800 V2 wired gaming mouse has a 1600dpi optical sensor. Resolution DPI: 400-6000; DPI presets: 800/1200/1600/; Max Polling Rate: 125 Hz (8 ms response time); Max tracking speed: 37 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 15G; Max Frame Rate: 12,000 fps. It's an excellent mouse for the price.
Gigabyte M6800 V2 mouse has 6 buttons, including 2 side buttons and a tilting scroll wheel

Color: Metal Grey

Connection: USB 2.0
 
Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and Mac OS

Gigabyte M6980X sensor review

Gigabyte M6980X wired gaming mouse has a 6000dpi laser sensor. Resolution DPI: 400-6000; DPI presets: 800/1600/5600; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time); Max tracking speed: 150 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Max Frame Rate: 12,000 fps. It's an excellent mouse for the price.

Gigabyte M6980X mouse has 2 side buttons and a tilting scroll wheel

LED colors: Red, Blue, Green

Omron durable switches: up to 5 million clicks

DPI adjust side button + 3-Stage LED indicator
Onboard memory to save up to 3 settings profiles

Compatibility: PC, MAC 

Gigabyte M8000X sensor review: dpi, polling rate

Gigabyte M8000X wired gaming mouse has a 6000dpi laser sensor. Resolution DPI: 400-6000; DPI presets: 800/1600/3200/5600; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time); Max tracking speed: 150 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Max Frame Rate: 12,000 fps.

Ultra durable switches: up to 10 million clicks

DPI adjust side button + 4-Stage LED indicator + Quick-switch Profile Button
32KB Onboard memory to save up to 5 gaming profiles and 70 macros.

Connection: USB 2.0

Avago PMW3360 sensor review: native dpi, mice models

Pixart (Avago) PMW3360 optical sensor. DPI range: 100-16,000; DPI increments: 100; Native (default) DPI: 1000; DPI presets: 500/1000/1500/2000/4000/8000/12000/16000; Max tracking speed: 300 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G; Max Polling Rate: 1 ms (1000 Hz); Max Frame Rate: 12,000 fps; Power supply: 1.8-2.1V.
SteelSeries RIVAL 500 and Rival 700 gaming mice have PMW3360 sensor 

RIVAL 700 laser optical sensor: native dpi, acceleration

RIVAL 700 comes with PixArt PMW3360 optical sensor. SteelSeries RIVAL 500 gaming mouse has Pixart PMW3360 optical sensor. DPI range: 100-16,000; DPI increments: 100; Native (default) DPI: 1000; DPI presets: 500/1000/1500/2000/4000/8000/12000/16000; Max tracking speed: 300 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G; Max Polling Rate: 1 ms (1000 Hz); Max Frame Rate: 12,000 fps; Power supply: 1.8-2.1V.

You can get free FREE MOUSEPAD included with select mice
Swappable Pixart 9800 Laser Sensor ADNS 9800 laser sensor. Laser LED: 832-865 nm wavelength (VCSEL- vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser). DPI range: 50 to 8200; DPI increments: 50; Native (default) DPI: 1600; Max tracking speed: 150 IPS, Max acceleration: 30G, Polling: 125, 250, 500, 1000Hz (1ms min response time), Frame Rate: 12,000 fps. Power supply: 3 or 5V. Lift distance: 1 to 5 mm.

Buttons: 7.

The RIVAL 500 is great for MMO's and MOBA's.
Ergonomic, Right-Handed

Grip Style: Palm, Claw, and Fingertip

Optical, Laser sensor sold separately.

RIVAL 500 sensor review: native dpi, acceleration

SteelSeries RIVAL 500 gaming mouse has Pixart PMW3360 optical sensor. DPI range: 100-16,000; DPI increments: 100; Native (default) DPI: 1000; DPI presets: 500/1000/1500/2000/4000/8000/12000/16000; Max tracking speed: 300 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G; Max Polling Rate: 1 ms (1000 Hz); Max Frame Rate: 12,000 fps; Power supply: 1.8-2.1V. The RIVAL 500 is great for MMO's and MOBA's. 

CPI increments: 90cpi; Frame Rate: 11,750 fps; Image Processing: 10.8 megapixels per second. Native (default) DPI: 1600; Max tracking speed: 150 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Power Supply: 3.0 or 5.0V; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Lens: LM19-LSI, LED: VCSEL laser diode (832-865nm, class 1 Eye Safety), Package: 16-pin DIP. Connection: USB (USB Microcontroller).
You can get free FREE MOUSEPAD included with select mice

RIVAL 500 has 15 buttons. 

RIVAL 300 sensor: native dpi, acceleration, polling rate

SteelSeries RIVAL 300 gaming mouse has Avago (Pixart PMW3310) optical sensor. DPI range: 1 to 6500; DPI increments: 50; Native (default) DPI: 1600; Max tracking speed: 200 IPS, Max acceleration: 50G, Polling: 1000Hz (1ms response time), Frame Rate: 12,000 fps.

You can get free FREE MOUSEPAD included with select mice

Number of buttons: 6

Ultra durable switches: up to 30 million clicks
Lift off distance: 2mm

16.8 million colors lighting

Colors: Black, White, Alchemy Gold, Forged Red, Gaia Green, Gunmetal Grey, Hyper Beast, Proton Yellow, Sakura Purple

Steelseries Sensei Wireless sensor: native dpi, acceleration, battery life

Steelseries Sensei Wireless gaming mouse has Pixart (Avago) ADNS 9800 laser sensor. Laser LED: 832-865 nm wavelength (VCSEL- vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser). DPI range: 50 to 8200; DPI increments: 50; Native (default) DPI: 1600; Max tracking speed: 150 IPS, Max acceleration: 30G, Polling: 125, 250, 500, 1000Hz (1ms min response time), Frame Rate: 12,000 fps.

You can get free FREE MOUSEPAD included with select mice

Number of buttons: 8

Lift Distance: Configurable

Battery: 3.7V, 950 mAh, Li-ion rechargeable
Battery life: 16 hrs in regular mode

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz

Operating System: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and Mac OS

Steelseries Sensei Raw sensor: native default dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Steelseries Sensei Raw wired gaming mouse has Avago (Pixart) ADNS-9500 laser mouse sensor, which incluses sensor (30x30 Pixel Array Matrix) and vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) in a single chip-on-board package. CPI range: 100-5700; CPI increments: 90cpi; Frame Rate: 11,750 fps; Image Processing: 10.8 megapixels per second. Native (default) DPI: 1600; Max tracking speed: 150 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Power Supply: 3.0 or 5.0V; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Lens: small factor ADNS-6190-002 lens, LED: VCSEL laser diode (832-865nm, class 1 Eye Safety), Package: 16-pin chip-on-board (COB). Connection: USB (USB Microcontroller).

You can get free FREE MOUSEPAD included with select mice

Ergonomics: Ambidextrous.

Using interpolation you can double mouse sensitivity to 11400.

16.8 million colors lighting: the wheel, the DPI indicator and the back

Polling rate: 125, 250, 500, 1000Hz

Buttons: 8: left, righ, two side buttons on each side of the mouse, scroll wheel, and a DPI switching button.

Color: Metallic

Lift off range: 1-5 mm

Razer Ouroboros sensor: native default dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Razer Ouroboros wireless gaming mouse has the S9818 8200dpi 4G laser sensor. DPI increments: up to 1 dpi. Laser sensor works flawlessly on virtually any surface. Polling rate: 1000Hz (1 millisecond of latency). Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G. Default sensitivity: Native (default) DPI: 1600-1800. DPI increments: 100; Max Frame Rate: 6400 fps. Max tracking speed: 200 inches per second. It has 10 programmable buttons, including DPI Clutch-Trigger to adjust DPI on-the-fly, also a scroll wheel.

Ergonomics: Ambidextrous. Mouse grip styles: claw, palm or fingertip

Color: Black

Powered supply: AA battery; Battery life: up to 12 hours.

Operating System: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and Mac OS

Read more about s9818 sensor

Razer Mamba TE sensor: native dpi, acceleration, polling rate, liftoff

Razer Mamba Tournament Edition (TE) eSports Wired mouse has a 16000dpi 5G laser sensor. DPI range: 100-16000. DPI increments: up to 1 dpi. Laser sensor works flawlessly on virtually any surface. Polling rate: 125-1000Hz (1000Hz - 1 millisecond of latency). Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G. Default sensitivity: Native (default) DPI: 1800. Max tracking speed: 210 inches per second. Default DPI presets: 800, 1800, 4500, 9000, 16000 (but they canbe changed in Razer Synapse). The mouse is hard to use when DPI is higher than 5000. It has 6 programmable buttons, including 2 on-the-fly DPI adjustment buttons, also a tilting scroll wheel.

Lift-off distance: as low as 0.1mm

Ergonomics: Right-handed

There is a lot of lighting customization (17 LEDs (Light-emitting diodes)): Razer logo, Scroll wheel, Side strips, Charging dock

Lighting effects: Wave, Spectrum Cycling, Breathing, Static (basic color), Reactive

Power Supply: 5V; 250mA

Razer Inc. Made in China

Razer Naga Chroma sensor: native default dpi, polling rate, liftoff

Razer Naga Chroma wired mouse has a 16000dpi 5G laser sensor. DPI increments: up to 1 dpi. Laser sensor works flawlessly on virtually any surface. Polling rate: 1000Hz (1 millisecond of latency). Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G. Default sensitivity: Native (default) DPI: 1800. Max tracking speed: 210 inches per second. Default DPI presets: 800, 1200, 1800, 4000, 5600. Razer Naga Chroma has 19 buttons: 12 button thumb grid + 7 buttons and a tilting scroll wheel. The Naga Chroma is great for MMO's and MOBA's.

Lift-off distance: as low as 0.1mm

Effects: 16.8 million customizable color lighting. You can change scroll wheel and thumb grid colors in the Razer Synapse software.
Ergonomics: Right-handed edition

Cable length: 2.1 Meters

Operating System: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and Mac OS

Razer Abyssus V2 sensor: default dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Razer Abyssus V2 mouse has a 5000dpi optical sensor. Optical sensor tracks fast, smoothly, and accurately. Polling rate: 1000Hz (1 millisecond of latency). Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G. Default sensitivity: Native (default) DPI: 1800. Max tracking speed: 100 inches per second.

3-color lighting, 4 programmable buttons, DPI adjusting button

Ergonomics: Ambidextrous
Operating System: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and Mac OS

Razer Naga Hex V2 sensor: default dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Razer Naga Hex V2 mouse has a 16000dpi 5G laser sensor. DPI increments: up to 1 dpi. Laser sensor works flawlessly on virtually any surface. Polling rate: 1000Hz (1 millisecond of latency). Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G. Default sensitivity: Native (default) DPI: 1800. Max tracking speed: 210 inches per second. Default DPI presets: 800, 1200, 1800, 4000, 5600.

Operating System: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and Mac OS
16.8 million customizable color lighting.

Razer Naga Epic Chroma sensor: native (default) dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Razer Naga Epic Chroma Wired/Wireless mouse has a 8200dpi 4G laser sensor. DPI increments: up to 1 dpi. Laser sensor works flawlessly on virtually any surface. Polling rate: 1000Hz (1 millisecond of latency). Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G. Default sensitivity: Native (default) DPI: 1800. Max tracking speed: 210 inches per second. Default DPI presets: 800, 1200, 1800, 4000, 5600. It has 19 programmable buttons.

It's small, very light mouse, good for different grip styles.
Operating System: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and Mac OS

среда, 14 марта 2018 г.

Razer Diamondback 2015 sensor: native (default) dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Razer Diamondback 2015 5G has a 16000dpi 5G laser sensor. DPI increments: up to 1 dpi. Laser sensor works flawlessly on virtually any surface. Polling rate: 1000Hz (1 millisecond of latency). Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G. Default sensitivity: Native (default) DPI: 1800. Max tracking speed: 210 inches per second. Default DPI presets: 800, 1200, 1800, 4000, 5600.

Razer Mamba sensor review: native (default) dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Razer Mamba 5g 2015 has a 16000dpi 5G laser sensor. DPI increments: up to 1 dpi. Laser sensor works flawlessly on virtually any surface. Polling rate: 1000Hz (1 millisecond of latency). Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G. Default sensitivity: Native (default) DPI: 1800. Max tracking speed: 210 inches per second. Default DPI presets: 800, 1200, 1800, 4000, 5600.

Lift-off distance: as low as 0.1mm

It has 9 programmable buttons and a tilting scroll wheel. DPI button is valuable for dedicated gamers.
Operating System: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and Mac OS

Chroma lighting with true 16.8 million.

Razer Synapse sofrware to adjust profile settings.

Razer Krait ADNS-S3088 sensor review: dpi, performance

Razer Krait wired mouse has 1600 dpi Avago ADNS-S3088. Optical sensor tracks fast, smoothly, and accurately. Max speed: 2,2 m/s. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 milliseconds of latency). Frame Rate: 6400 fps. Max Tracking Acceleration: 15G. Max tracking speed: 40 inches per second. It has 2 buttons and a scroll wheel.

Razer Krait 4G 2013 has a 6400dpi optical sensor.
Color: Black

Ergonomics: Ambidextrous. Ultraslick Teflon feet

Conection: USB 2.0

Logitech MX800 sensor review: native dpi, specs, problems

Logitech Wireless Performance Combo MX800 inclused wireless keyboard and mouse. Logitech MX800 cordless mouse has a 800dpi laser sensor. DPI range: 200-1600. Native DPI: 400 dots per inch. Laser sensor works flawlessly on virtually any surface. Polling rate: 500Hz (2 milliseconds of latency). Problems: users reported about unresponsive keyboard and short mouse battery life. 

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz; Range: Up to 10 m or 33 ft; a small USB receiver.

Logitech MX700 sensor review: dpi, batteries, specifications

Logitech MX700 cordless mouse has a 800dpi laser sensor. Laser sensor works flawlessly on virtually any surface. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 milliseconds of latency). Native DPI: 800 dots per inch. Max tracking speed: 40 ips. Image Processing: 4.7 megapixels per second. Max Tracking Acceleration: 10G.

Power supply: two AA batteries, 5.8v AC transformer,

Logitech MX620 has 6 buttons, including two programmable side buttons, 2 scrolling up or down buttons and a scroll wheel. It works both with Windows and Mac. Some users reported this mouse suits for not big hands, but small/medium.
Ergonomics: Right-handed. The mouse feels great in hand.

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz; Range: Up to 10 m or 33 ft; a small USB receiver.

Logitech MX620 sensor review: dpi levels, specifications

Logitech MX610 cordless mouse has a 1000dpi laser sensor. Laser sensor works flawlessly on virtually any surface. Polling rate: 250Hz (4 milliseconds of latency). Native DPI: 1000. Max Tracking Acceleration: -.

Logitech MX620 has 6 buttons and a scroll wheel. It works both with Windows and Mac.

Ergonomics: Right-handed. The mouse feels great in hand.

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz; Range: Up to 10 m or 33 ft; a small USB receiver.

Logitech MX610 sensor review: dpi levels, specifications

Logitech MX610 cordless mouse has a 1000dpi laser sensor. Laser sensor works flawlessly on virtually any surface. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 milliseconds of latency). Native DPI: 1000. Max Tracking Acceleration: -.

Logitech MX610 has 7 buttons and a tilting scroll wheel.

Color: Silver/Black
Ergonomics: Right-handed

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz; Range: Up to 10 m or 33 ft; USB receiver

Logitech MX600 sensor review: dpi levels, specifications

Logitech MX600 cordless mouse has a 800dpi laser sensor. Laser sensor works flawlessly on virtually any surface. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 milliseconds of latency). Native DPI: 800. Max tracking speed: -. Max Tracking Acceleration: -.

Logitech MX600 has 8 buttons, including 2 side buttons, also a tilting scroll wheel.

Color: Silver/Black
Ergonomics: Right-handed

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz

пятница, 9 марта 2018 г.

Logitech MX560 sensor review: dpi levels, acceleration, polling rate

Logitech MX560 wired mouse has a 1600dpi optical sensor. Resolution: 400-1600 dots per inch. 4 DPI presets: 400/800/1600. Optical sensor tracks fast, smoothly, and accurately. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 milliseconds of latency). Native DPI: 800. Max tracking speed: -. Image Processing: 5.8 megapixels per second. Max Tracking Acceleration: 15G

Logitech MX518 has 7 buttons, including 2 side buttons, also a scroll wheel. It has in-game sensitivity switching function.
Ergonomics: Right-handed

Conection: USB

Logitech MX518 sensor review: dpi levels, acceleration, polling rate

Logitech MX518 wired mouse has a 1600dpi optical sensor. Resolution: 400-1600 dots per inch. 4 DPI presets: 400/800/1600. Optical sensor tracks fast, smoothly, and accurately. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 milliseconds of latency). Native DPI: 800. Max tracking speed: -. Image Processing: 5.8 megapixels per second. Max Tracking Acceleration: 15G

Logitech MX518 has 7 buttons, including 2 side buttons, also a scroll wheel. It has in-game sensitivity switching function. Some users reported it lasted for more than 10 years.
Ergonomics: Right-handed

Conection: USB

Logitech MX510 sensor review: default dpi, accuracy, polling rate

Logitech MX510 wired mouse has a 800dpi optical sensor. DPI presets: 400/800/. Optical sensor tracks fast, smoothly, and accurately. Polling rate: 250, 500Hz (4, 2 milliseconds of latency). Native DPI: 800. Max tracking speed: 40 IPS. Image Processing: 5.8 megapixels per second. Max Tracking Acceleration: 15G

Logitech MX510 is functional, comfortable mouse, it has 7 buttons, including 2 side buttons, also a scroll wheel. It has 8 pre-programmed button functions. Some users reported it lasted for more than 10 years. It's a great mouse for everyday usage and gaming.
Ergonomics: Right-handed

Conection: USB, PS/2

Logitech MX500 sensor review: dpi, polling rate

Logitech MX500 wired mouse has a 800dpi optical sensor. DPI presets: 400/800/. Optical sensor tracks fast, smoothly, and accurately. Polling rate: 250, 500Hz (4, 2 milliseconds of latency). Native DPI: 800. Image Processing: 4.7 megapixels per second.

Logitech MX500 has 7 buttons, including 2 side buttons, also a scroll wheel.
Ergonomics: Right-handed

Conection: USB, PS/2

Logitech MX400 sensor review: dpi, polling rate

Logitech MX400 wired mouse has a 800dpi laser sensor. Laser sensor tracks fast, smoothly, and accurately on virtually any surface. It tracks very well even without a mouse pad. Polling rate: 250, 500Hz. Native DPI: 800.

Logitech MX400 has 5 buttons, including 2 side buttons, also a scroll wheel. Scroll wheel supports side-to-side scrolling and zoom function. It works both with Windows and Mac.
Ergonomics: Right-handed

Conection: USB, PS/2

Logitech MX310 sensor review: dpi, polling rate

Logitech MX310 wired mouse has a 800dpi optical sensor. It's a 400dpi without installing setpoint drivers. Native DPI (when mouse can reach best performance): 800. Polling rate: 125, 250, 500Hz. 

Logitech MX310 has 5 buttons (2 side buttons), also a scroll wheel. It works with Windows and Mac OS. Some users reported it lasted for more than 5 years.
Color: Black or Grey

Conection: USB, PS/2

Logitech MX300 sensor review: dpi, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech MX300 mouse has a 800dpi optical sensor. Optical sensor tracks fast, smoothly, and accurately on a wide range of surfaces. DPI presets: 400, 800 through the drivers. Image Processing: 4.7 megapixels per second. Max Tracking Acceleration: 10G. Max tracking speed: 40 IPS. Polling rate: 125, 250Hz. 

Logitech MX300 has 2 buttons and 1 scroll wheel. It works with Windows and Mac OS. Some users reported they've been using this mouse for more than 10 years for gaming, and want to get a backup.
Conection: USB, PS/2

It's an Ambidextrous mousem so it's comfortable for left and right-handed users.

Logitech M705 sensor review: max dpi, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech Marathon M705 wireless mouse has a 1000dpi laser sensor (Invisible laser LED). The DPI on the mouse cannot be modified even in Logitech Software. Laser sensor provides smooth tracking on a wide range of surfaces. Polling rate: 500Hz. Native (default) DPI: 1000. Max tracking speed: 20 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: Not Specified.

Colors: Black/Grey

Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: Approx 10 meters, USB receiver.

Logitech M560 sensor review: dpi, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech M560 wireless mouse has a 1000dpi optical sensor. Logitech M5600 has 5 buttons and scroll wheel. You can program all buttons, including the middle button, using the Logitech Software. Advanced optical sensor provides smooth tracking on a wide range of surfaces Polling rate: 500Hz. Native (default) DPI: 1000. Max tracking speed: -; Max Tracking Acceleration: Not Specified. Logitech M560 has 6 buttons and a scroll wheel. It's a full size mouse, so it suits for medium/big hands.
Colors: Black, Light Silver

Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: Approx 10 meters, USB receiver.  Battery life: 18-months* 

Logitech M525 sensor review: dpi, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech M525 wireless mouse has a 1000dpi optical sensor. Advanced optical sensor provides smooth tracking on a wide range of surfaces Polling rate: 500Hz. Native (default) DPI: 1000. Max tracking speed: -; Max Tracking Acceleration: Not Specified. Logitech M525 has 4 buttons and a scroll wheel. It's full hand mouse, so it suits for medium/big hands.

Colors: Black/Grey, Navy/Grey, Red/Black, Green/Gold, White/Red
Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: Approx 10 meters, USB receiver.

Logitech M515 sensor: native dpi, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech M510 Couch wireless mouse has a 1000dpi optical sensor (Invisible Light). Optical sensor provides smooth tracking on a wide range of surfaces like blanket, sofa, jeans, living room carpet, coffee table. Polling rate: 125, 500Hz. Native (default) DPI: 1000. Max tracking speed: -; Max Tracking Acceleration: Not Specified. Logitech M515 has 3 buttons and a scroll wheel.

Color: Silver
Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: Approx 10 meters, USB receiver.

Logitech M510 sensor review: native dpi, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech M510 wireless mouse has a 1000dpi laser sensor. Logitech M510 relies on Laser technology to maximize response time, accuracy and smooth tracking on a wide range of surfaces. Polling rate: 125, 500Hz. Native (default) DPI: 1000. Max tracking speed: -; Max Tracking Acceleration: Not Specified. Logitech M510 has 6 buttons and a scroll wheel. Logitech M510 suits for small and medium sized hands.

Colors: Black, Blue, Red

Battery life: 24-month*
Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: Approx 10 meters, USB receiver.

Logitech M505 sensor: dpi settings, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech M505 wireless mouse has a 1000dpi laser sensor. Sensor provides precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces. Logitech M505 has good ergonomics; fits the hand nicely. Polling rate: 125, 500, 1000Hz (8, 2, 1 ms response time). Max tracking speed: -; Max Tracking Acceleration: Not Specified. Logitech M505 has 2 buttons and a scroll wheel. Ambidextrous suits both for left and right-handed users. It's a choice for an average PC user, not gamer.

Color: Light Silver

Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux
Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: at least 6 Feet, USB receiver.

Battery life is incredible. Users reported, they've been using the same battery for a year.

Logitech M500 sensor: dpi settings, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech M500 wired mouse has a 1000dpi laser sensor (invisible laser LED). Laser sensor provides accurate tracking on most of surfaces. Cable Length is 180 cm (70.87 in). Polling rate: 125, 500, 1000Hz (8, 2, 1 ms response time). Max tracking speed: -; Max Tracking Acceleration: Not Specified. Logitech M500 has 7 buttons, including a scroll wheel. It's a right-handed corded mouse.

Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux
Connection: USB 2.0

воскресенье, 4 марта 2018 г.

Logitech M325 sensor review: dpi, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech M325 ambidextrous wireless mouse has a 1000dpi optical sensor. Sensor provides precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces. You can adjust the sensitivity in Mouse Properties in Windows. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 ms response time). Max tracking speed: -; Max Tracking Acceleration: Not Specified. Logitech M325 has 5 buttons and a scroll wheel. Ambidextrous suits both for left and right-handed users. It's a choice for an average PC user, not gamer.

Colors: Blue, Brilliant Rose, Fusion Party, Into The Deep, Light Silver, Metallic Gray, Purple Green, Purple/Pink, Spontaneous Pink, Spontaneous Pink, Vivid Violet.
Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: Up to 20 Feet, USB receiver.

Logitech M310 sensor review: dpi, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech M310 ambidextrous wireless mouse has a 1000dpi laser sensor (invisible laser LED). Laser sensor provides precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces. You can adjust the sensitivity in Mouse Properties in Windows. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 ms response time). Max tracking speed: -. Max Tracking Acceleration: Not Specified. Logitech M310 has 3 buttons: left, right and a scroll wheel. 

It's a perfect size mouse, neither small nor bulky and heavy. Colors: Peackock Blue, Flame Red, Silver, Black, Indigo Scroll, Soft Violet, Red Tendrill, Big Top Stripe
Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: Up to 20 Feet, USB receiver.

Logitech M305 sensor review: dpi, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech M305 compact wireless mouse has a 1000dpi optical sensor. It's a great if you're looking for small-sized mouse to use with your laptop while traveling. Sensor provides precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 ms response time). Max tracking speed: 200 IPS. Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G. Logitech M305 has 3 buttons: left, right and a scroll wheel. 

Colors: Forest Green, Black, Silver, Crimson Red, Blue Swirl, Pink Balance, Dark Fleur 
Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: Up to 30 Feet or 10 Meters, Nano USB receiver. Battery life is great: about 1 month.

Logitech M235 sensor review: dpi, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech M235 wireless mouse has a 1000dpi optical sensor. This sensor provides high accurate tracking. The only way to adjust sensivity is to go to Control Panel and change the Mouse Properties. Polling rate: 500Hz (2 ms response time). Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G. Logitech M235 has 3 buttons: left, right and scroll wheel. 

Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux
Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: Up to 30 Feet or 10 Meters, Nano USB receiver.

Logitech M195 sensor review: dpi, polling rate

Logitech M195 wireless mouse has a 1000dpi optical sensor (Red LED). There's no opprortunity to adjust dpi settings. Polling rate: 500Hz (2 ms response time). Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G. Logitech M195 has 3 buttons: left, right and a regular scroll wheel. 

Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: Up to 30 Feet or 10 Meters, Nano USB receiver.

Logitech M185 sensor review: dpi, polling rate

Logitech M185 wireless mouse has a 1000dpi optical sensor. Polling rate: 500Hz (2 ms response time). Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G. Logitech M185 has 3 buttons: left, right and a regular scroll wheel. Buttons usage: up to 50 million clicks. The tracking performance is perfect and fast. 

Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Linux
Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: Up to 30 Feet or 10 Meters, Nano USB receiver.

Logitech M175 sensor review: dpi resolution, polling rate

Logitech M175 wireless mouse has an 1000dpi optical sensor. Native (default) DPI: we didn't find any info. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 ms response time). It's a medium-sized mouse with great sensitivity and accuracy.

Logitech M175 has 3 buttons: left, right and a regular scroll wheel. The build quality and feel of the mouse are excellent.

Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS and Linux.
Battery: Size AA, Alkaline, Replaceable.

Connection: Wireless 2.4 GHz, Range: Up to 33 feet or 10 meters.

Logitech B100 sensor

Logitech Logitech B100-TAA (IMN: 910-001439) corded mouse has a 800dpi sensor. Native (default) DPI: we didn't find any info. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 ms response time). This light weight mouse has 3 buttons: left, right and scroll wheel.

This mouse suits for computer work more than gaming. It hasn't got very high DPI compared to other gaming mice.

Connection: USB 2.0. Operational systems: Windows 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS and Linux

Logitech M100 sensor review: dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Logitech M100 budget mouse has a 1000dpi optical sensor. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 ms response time). Max Tracking Acceleration: -; The tracking performance is perfect and fast.

It has an ambidextrous design, suits for medium/big hand. 

Connection: USB 2.0. It works with Windows 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS and Linux

Logitech M90 sensor review: native dpi, polling rate

Logitech M90 wired mouse has a 1000dpi optical sensor. Information about this sensor from datasheet: DPI range from 200 dpi to 1000 dpi. Native (default) DPI: we didn't find any info. Polling rate: 125Hz (8 ms response time), it can be overlocked to 500HZ. It's standard desktop mouse size, suits for medium/big hand.

This mouse works with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, Mac OS X 10.4 or later, Linux, Chrome OS.

Logitech MX Revolution sensor review: native dpi, acceleration

Logitech MX Revolution coedless mouse has a 1200dpi laser sensor (848 nm laser IR LED). Native (default) DPI: we didn't find any info; polling rate of 125 reports per second (8 ms response time).

As users reported this mouse is extremely comfortable, suits for medium and big hand. This mouse is good for everyday usage and gaming.

It has 7 programmable buttons and scroll wheel.

Logitech MX Master sensor review: native dpi, acceleration

Logitech MX Master gaming mouse has the 1600dpi Darkfield laser sensor. Information about this sensor from datasheet: DPI range from 400 dpi to 1600 dpi. Native (default) DPI, when mouse can reach best performance: 1000, CPI increments:  Polling Rate is just 125Hz (8 ms response time), but user reported they haven't any problems when playing games. You can turn off mouse acceleration in Logitech app.

This mouse works with Windows 7, 8, 10, Mac OS X 10.8 or later via USB Port or Bluetooth Smart.

Logitech M705 sensor review: max dpi, polling rate

Logitech M705 mouse has a 1000dpi laser sensor. Native (default) DPI: we didn't find any info; Polling rate: 1000Hz (1 ms response time). You can turn off mouse acceleration.

8 programmable buttons and scroll wheel, 2.4 GHz wireless connection, works with Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Mac OS Chrome OS. This mouse hasn't DPI adjustment function. 

суббота, 3 марта 2018 г.

Logitech G403, G502, Pro sensor review: native dpi, acceleration

Logitech G403 gaming mouse has a 12000dpi PMW3366 optical sensor. This mouse has an optical sensor with DPI range from 200 dpi to 12000 dpi. Max Tracking Acceleration: 40G; Max tracking speed: 300 inches per second, polling rate: 1000Hz (1 ms response time). It has 8 programmable buttons, 16.8 million colors lighting, onboard memory to save user settings.

Logitech G403 has 8 programmable buttons and 1 scroll wheel, on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment function- dpi cicling button, 4 editable DPI presets; durable buttons (up to 10 million clicks).
Logitech G502 Proteus Core Tunable also has has a 12000dpi PMW3366 optical sensor. This gaming mouse has 11 programmable buttons, including 2 on-the-fly DPI adjustment buttons, 1 hyperfast scroll wheel. You can save up to 3 on-board profiles. Connection: USB 2.0

Logitech Pro Gaming mouse also has a PMW3366 sensor: Resolution: 200–12,000 dpi, Max Tracking Acceleration: 40G; Max tracking speed: 300 inches per second, polling rate: 1000Hz (1 ms response time). 

Logitech G403 sensor review: native dpi, acceleration

Logitech G403 gaming mouse has a 12000dpi PMW3366 optical sensor. This mouse has an optical sensor with DPI range from 200 dpi to 12000 dpi. Max Tracking Acceleration: 40G; Max tracking speed: 300 inches per second, polling rate: 1000Hz (1 ms response time) It has 8 programmable buttons, 16.8 million colors lighting, onboard memory to save user settings.

8 programmable buttons and 1 scroll wheel, on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment function- dpi cicling button, 4 editable DPI presets; durable buttons (up to 10 million clicks).
Connection: USB 2.0

Logitech G100s G302 sensor review: native dpi, acceleration

Logitech G100S and G302 mice have a 2500-dpi optical AM010 sensor. Information about this sensor from datasheet: DPI range from 250 dpi to 2500 dpi for Logitech G100s; from 250 dpi to 4000 dpi for Logitech G302. Native (default) DPI, when mouse can reach best performance: 1000, Polling Rate: 500Hz (2 ms response time) for G100s and 1000Hz (1 ms response time) for G302, Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G; Max tracking speed: 120 inches per second (2.6 m/s).

AM010 sensor has jitter above 2000dpi. 
Logitech G302 mouse: DPI range: 240-4000; DPI increments: 80 DPI; 4 DPI presets (400/800/1760/3200), you can edit dpi settings in Logitech Software; 6 programmable buttons, one of them on-the-fly DPI switch. Ultra durable switches tested to 20 million clicks. This mouse works on all platforms, including Windows, Linux, Mac OS and OsX and other.

Logitech G90 sensor specs: native dpi, acceleration

Logitech G90 wired optical mouse review. This mouse has an optical sensor with DPI range from 250 dpi to 2500 dpi. Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G; Max tracking speed: 165 inches per second (4.08 m/s). No sensor prediction. Long term use of ultra durable buttons switches: 5 million clicks. Polling Rate: 500Hz (2 ms response time).

Logitech G90 is ambidextrous mouse, it suits for either left and right-hand users. It has 3 buttons. DPI-switch (sensitivity switching) button changes DPI between 3 DPI presets. You can adjust dpi presets through Logitech Software.
Operating System: Windows 10, 8, 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, SteamOS, Ubuntu and Mac OS.

Connection: USB port

Logitech G9X sensor review: native DPI, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech G9X mouse has a 5700dpi Avago s9500 laser sensor. On-the-fly dpi switching (Plus and Minus DPI Settings Buttons) alows to switch dpi value in the range 200-5000dpi. You can save up to five different dpi (x/y axis sensivity) settings per profile in the Logitech software (30 profiles) and Onboard Memory (5 profiles). This is a good mouse mouse for work and FFS and MMO games.
Avago s9500 is a 5700dpi laser mouse sensor, which incluses sensor and vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) in a single package. DPI range: 200-5700 ; DPI increments: 50, Polling Rate: 125-1000Hz (8, 4, 2, 1ms response time); Frame Rate: 7200fps; Native (default) DPI: we didn't find any info; Max tracking speed: 165 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Lens: -, LED: VCSEL laser diode (class 1 Eye Safety). Connection: USB (USB Microcontroller). 

воскресенье, 25 февраля 2018 г.

Logitech G9 sensor review: native DPI, polling rate, acceleration

Logitech G9 mouse has a 3200dpi Avago ADNS-6090 sensor. The ADNV-6340 laser diode emits invisible laser beam, 30x30 Pixel array sensor matrix reads X and Y axis to scan surface. This mouse has two DPI Settings Buttons: Minus and Plus, DPI LED color indicates DPI preset. Logitech G9 has Onboard Memory to save up to 5 setting profiles. Connection: USB 2.0 port. 
Avago ADNS-6090 (A6090) specs: DPI range: 200-3200 ; DPI presets: 800/1200/1600/2000/2400/3200, Polling rate: 125-1000Hz (1ms min response time), Frame Rate: 7200fps; Native (default) DPI: we didn't find any info; Max tracking speed: 65 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G; Power Supply: 3.3V; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Lens: ADNS-6120 round lens or ADNS-6130-001 trim lens, LED: ADNV-6340 laser diode, Package: 20-pin PDIP. Connection: USB (USB Microcontroller). This sensor has 16KBit EEPROM memory to store user settings. The program size is 1986 x 8 bits.

Logitech G1 sensor review. Specs: DPI, polling rate

Logitech G1 mouse has a 800/1000dpi optical S2020 sensor with 10G acceleration.

Logitech G1 Optical Mouse has 4 programmable buttons, scroll wheel. Power: 5V, 100mA, Weight: 80g, Interface: USB. It's a ambidextrous mouse, it suits for large, medium hands. Back in the day, a lot of CS players chose this mouse and some of them still use it. Specs: Resolution: 1000 DPI, 3.91 m/s speed, 125Hz polling rate, possible to overlock to 1000Hz), 15G max acceleration, Max tracking speed: 40 inches/second. 
Blue Color Model Number: M-BP82

Logitech c930e sensor size, resolution, type, lens angle

Logitech c930e is a bussiness type desktop/laptop webcam for High Quality Video Conferences. It has True: 3MP CMOS Image Sensor (Complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor technology).  
Technical Specifications: Max Resolution: Full HD 1080p (1920x1080 pixels), Other Resolutions: 720p HD (1280x720 pixels), Sensor size: we didn't find any info, H.264/SVC video compression, Connection: USB 2.0; Frame Rate (max): 1080P at 30fps, Lens and sensor type: Glass; Lens degree viewing angle: 90. It's a good webcam for Skype, Hangouts, recording videos for Youtube. It's much faster zoom in, zoom out and focus than c920 webcam.

Logitech c310 sensor: size, resolution, type, lens angle

Logitech c310 is a HD 720p (1280 x 720 screen resolution) webcamera for video calling. Senor provides a good 5MP photos. It has a CMOS Image Sensor (Complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor technology). This web camera has a built in microphone, which recording voice in good quality.  
Technical Specifications: Max Resolution: HD 720p (1280x720 pixels), Other Resolutions: 480x360 pixels, Sensor size: we didn't find any info, H.264/SVC video compression, Connection: USB 2.0; Frame Rate (max): 720P at 30fps, Sensor Type: VGA CMOS image sensor.

Logitech c270 sensor: size, resolution, type, lens angle

Logitech c270 is a budget HD 720p (1280 x 720 pixels) webcamera with 60-degree lens viewing angle. It has True 1.2MP CMOS Image Sensor Technical Specifications: Max Resolution: Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels), Other Resolutions: 720p HD (1280 x 720 pixels), 320x240, 640x480, 800x600. Photo resolution: 3 MP photos; Sensor size: 3.58x2.02 mm, H.264/SVC video compression, Connection: USB 2.0; Frame rate (max): 1080P at 30fps, Lens and sensor type: Plastic; Lens viewing angle: 60 degrees; Sensor Type: VGA CMOS image sensor. 

Logitech G500 G700 Avago s9500 sensor review: native DPI, acceleration

Avago s9500 is a 5700dpi laser mouse sensor, which incluses sensor and vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) in a single package. DPI range: 200-5700 ; DPI increments: 50, Polling Rate: 500/1000Hz (2ms, 1ms response time); Frame Rate: 7200fps; Native (default) DPI: we didn't find any info; Max tracking speed: 165 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Lens: -, LED: VCSEL laser diode (class 1 Eye Safety). Connection: USB (USB Microcontroller).
Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 wireless gaming mouse have the Avago s9500 sensor. It has 13 programmable buttons, scroll wheel. It's very comfortable to use for users with medium/big hands. It has onbboard memory to store up to 5 user profiles with gaming/program settings. You can change DPI on-the-fly, what's great function for FPS gamers.

Gaming mice with Avago (Pixart) s9500 sensor: Dell Alienware TactX, Logitech G500, Logitech G700, Logitech G9X 

Avago ADNS-9500 sensor review: native DPI, acceleration

Avago (Pixart) A9500 a 5040cpi laser mouse sensors, which incluses sensor and vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) in a single chip-on-board package. CPI range: 90-5040; CPI increments: 90cpi; Frame Rate: 11,750 fps; Native (default) DPI: 1620; Max tracking speed: 150 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Power Supply: 3.0 or 5.0V; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Lens: small factor ADNS-6190-002 lens, LED: VCSEL laser diode (832-865nm, class 1 Eye Safety), Package: 16-pin chip-on-board (COB). Connection: USB (USB Microcontroller).

Lift off range: 1-5 mm.

30x30 Pixel Array Matrix reads X and Y axis to scan surface.
Gaming mice with Avago ADNS-9500 sensor: Asus GX850; Corsair M60, M95; GEIL EpicGear Meduza, Genius Deathtaker, Gigabyte M6980X, M8000X; Ozone Neon, Smog, Sharkoon Drakonia, Kudos; Steelseries Sensei, Sensei Fnatic, Sensei RAW, Diablo 3, Heroes of the Storm, WoW Cataclysm; Thermaltake Ventus and other models.

ADNS-8020 mouse sensor review: native DPI, acceleration

Avago ADNS-8020 a 1600dpi laser mouse sensor, which incluses sensor and vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) in a single DIP package. This sensor tracks on glass and non-glass surfaces. Native (default) DPI: we didn't find any info; Max tracking speed: 10 or 30 inches per second, depends on tracking surface; Max Tracking Acceleration: 8G; Power Supply: 1.8; 3.0V; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Lens: ADNS-8100-002, LED: VCSEL laser diode (832-865 nm wavelength; class 1 Eye Safety), Package: 16-pin DIP. Connection: USB (USB Microcontroller). 

Avago 7700 laser sensor: native DPI, acceleration

Avago ADNS-7700 a 2400dpi laser mouse sensor, which incluses sensor and vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) in the same package. DPI range: 400-2400; Frame Rate: - fps; Native (default) DPI: 1000; Max tracking speed: 45 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G; Power Supply: 5.0V; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Lens: ADNS-6180-001trim lens, LED: VCSEL laser diode (class 1 Eye Safety), Package: 22-pin DIP. Connection: USB 2.0 (USB Microcontroller). This sensor has 16KBit EEPROM memory to store user settings. The program size is 1986 x 8 bits.

24x24 Pixel Array Matrix reads X and Y axis to scan surface.
CPI increments: 100; DPI presets: 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900, 1000, 1100, 1200, 1300, 1400, 1500, 1600, 1700, 1800, 1900, 2000, 2100, 2200, 2300, 2400.

Avago ADNS-7550 sensor: native DPI, acceleration

Avago ADNS-7550 a 2000dpi laser mouse sensor, which incluses sensor and vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) in a single DIP package. DPI range: 400-2000 ; DPI presets: 400, 800, 1200, 1600, 2000, Frame Rate: 7200fps; Native (default) DPI: we didn't find any info; Max tracking speed: 30 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 8G; Power Supply: 4.0-5.25V; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Lens: ADNS-6150, LED: VCSEL laser diode (class 1 Eye Safety), Package: 16-pin DIP. Connection: USB (USB Microcontroller). This sensor has 16KBit EEPROM memory to store user settings. The program size is 1986 x 8 bits.
25x25 Pixel Array Matrix reads X and Y axis to scan surface.

Saitek Cyborg V3 gaming mouse have the Avago A7550 sensor. It has 6 buttons including 3 programmable buttons, scroll wheel. It's very comfortable to use for users with medium/big hands.

a6090 sensor review: native DPI, acceleration

Avago ADNS-6090 (A6090) a 3000dpi laser mouse sensor. DPI range: 800-3000 ; DPI presets: 800/1200/1600/2000/2400/3000, Frame Rate: 7200fps; Native (default) DPI: we didn't find any info; Max tracking speed: 65 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G; Power Supply: 3.3V; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Lens: ADNS-6120 round lens or ADNS-6130-001 trim lens, LED: ADNV-6340 laser diode, Package: 20-pin PDIP. Connection: USB (USB Microcontroller). This sensor has 16KBit EEPROM memory to store user settings. The program size is 1986 x 8 bits.

30x30 Pixel Array Matrix reads X and Y axis to scan surface.
ADNV-6340 laser diode: produced by Broadcom Limited, Wavelength: 849nm, Input Voltage: 2.1V, Current Rating: 7mA, Power (Watts): 4.5mW     

Mice with ADNS-6090 sensor: Cyber Snipa Stinger, Gigabyte M8000, Logitech G9, Roccat Kone, Steelseries WoW 

Avago ADNS-6010 review: native DPI, acceleration

Avago ADNS-6010 (A6010) a 3600dpi laser optical mouse sensor. DPI range: 600-3600 (interpolation above 2000dpi); Frame Rate: 7800fps; Native (default) DPI: 400; Max tracking speed: 45 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G; Power Supply: 3.3V; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Lens: ADNS-6120 or ADNS-6130-001, LED: ADNV-6340 laser diode, Package: 20-pin PDIP. This sensor has onboard EEPROM memory to store user settings. The program size is 1986 x 8 bits.

30x30 Pixel Array Matrix reads X and Y axis to scan surface.
Mice with this sensor: A4Tech XL-760H, A4Tech X-750/X-750F/X-750BF, Creative Fatal1ty 2020, Lognetmedia mL-903 Icon, Logitech G3, Microsoft SideWinder X5.

Avago 5700 mouse sensor: native DPI, acceleration

Avago ADNS-5700 (A5700) a 1200dpi budget mouse sensor. DPI presets: 800, 1000, 1200; Native (default) DPI: 1000; Max tracking speed: 30 inches per second; Max Tracking Acceleration: 8G; Power Supply: 5.0V; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Connection: USB 2.0; Lens: DNS-5100-001, LED: HLMP-EG3E-XXXXX, Package: 18-pin PDIP.

The Tt eSPORTS BLACK Snow Edition: 2-2.5 m/s, what pretty good for a budget sensor. This mouse has Two DPI buttons on top to adjust DPI. Integrated DPI level indicator shows DPI value. It has weight-in system: setup with 4.5g weights.

Zalman ZM-M200: 1000DPI ADNS-5700 sensor, 5 programmable side buttons, frame rate: 3,000fps

19x19 Pixel Array Matrix reads X and Y axis to scan surface.

Avago 5090 mouse sensor review: native DPI, acceleration

Avago ADNS-5090 (A5090) a 1750dpi low-voltage optical mouse sensor. DPI range: 125-1750; CPI increments: 250; Native (default) DPI: 1000; Max tracking speed: 30 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 8G; Power Supply: 2.8V; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Lens: DNS-5110-001, LED: HLMP-EG3E-XXXXX, Package: 8-pin DIP. This senor works with Red LEDs only. Avago 5090 is an improved version of Avago 5050 sensor, it's a 1750dpi sensor, instead of 1375, lower power supply voltage: 2.8V and 4-Wire SPI Interface. 
19x19 Pixel Array Matrix reads X and Y axis to scan surface.

You can buy Avago ADNS-5090 sensor price on Aliexpress.com website. 

Avago 5050 mouse sensor review: native DPI, acceleration

Avago ADNS-5050 (A5050) is an compact 1375dpi optical mouse sensor. DPI range: 125-1375; Max tracking speed: 30 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 8G; Power Supply: 5V; Interface: 3-Wire SPI port; Lens: 5100-001, LED: HLMP-EG3E-XXXXX. 

Mice with A5050 sensor: Redragon M601 CENTROPHORUS, Cougar Deathfire, Minos X1; Zalman ZM-M300; Etekcity Scroll X1 (M555); Gamdias Demeter, Demeter Laser; Perixx MX-800.
Redragon M601 CENTROPHORUS gaming mouse have Avago ADNS-5050 sensor. Max DPI value: 2000; Frame Rate: 4000 fps; Native (default) DPI: 500; CPI increments: 125 DPI. It has 6 buttons, includiing 2 programmable side buttons, and scroll wheel. This mouse works with Windows 10.

Avago PMW3320 sensor: native DPI, acceleration

Avago (Pixart) PMW3320 is an entry-level 3500dpi optical gaming sensor. Specs: Frame Rate: 6400 fps; Interface: 3-Wire SPI port; Max tracking speed: 80 Inches Per Second, Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G, Lens: LM31-LNG, LED: HSDL-4261 IR LED, Frame Rate: 5300 fps, Native DPI: we didn't find any info, CPI increments: 250; Power Supply: 2.1-3.4V, SROM: 1986x8 bits, Package: 8-pin DIP.

Mice with Avago 3320 sensor: Razer Deathadder 3500, Razer Taipan 3500, Razer Turret, Ozone Neon 3K, Steelseries Rival Rescuer, Mad Catz R.A.T. 1 and other.
Razer Turret cordless mouse (comes with Lapboard): 3500 DPI sensor, 40 hours battery life (1000 mAh). Ambidextrous mouse is comfortable to use. It has two side buttons to change sensitivity.

Avago ADNS-3095 Logitech G400 G400s sensor: native DPI, acceleration

Logitech G400 and Logitech G400s gaming mice have a 3600dpi Avago s3095 sensor. It's a variation of ADNS-3090 sensor with increased DPI range to 3600 DPI, in comparison with 2300dpi. Native DPI: 800, Max tracking speed: 4,5 m/s.

Right-hand Logitech G400 gaming mouse: DPI: 400-3600, 4 DPI presets: 400/800/1600/3600; Default DPI: 800; 1000Hz polling rate, 8 programmable buttons and 1 scroll wheel, durable buttons (up to 10 million clicks)
Logitech G400s is an excellent wired gaming mouse: DPI: 200-4000; optical (visible red light) sensor, 8 programmable buttons and 1 scroll wheel. By using Logitech software you can customize you DPI settings. 

Avago ADNS-A3080e sensor: native DPI, acceleration

Logitech MX518 2nd Gen. gaming mouse has a 1800dpi improved Avago ADNS-A3080e. Avago increased DPI range to 1800 DPI in comparison with A3080 sensor. It's an entry level gaming mouse with high accuracy tracking sensor. It has on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment function, DPI presets: 400, 800, 1600, 1800; Max Tracking Acceleration: 15G, Polling Rate: 125-1000Hz, 1-8ms time response. It's a good mouse for daily use and for gaming (FPS video games).
It has 5 programmable buttons and smooth scroll wheel, which is much quieter than other mice.

Avago ADNS-3080 mouse sensor: native DPI, acceleration

Avago ADNS-3080 is a 1600dpi optical mouse sensor. Specs: Frame Rate: 6400 fps; Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Max tracking speed: 40 Inches Per Ssecond, Max Tracking Acceleration: 15G, Lens: DNS-2120, LED: HLMP-ED80-XX00, Frame Rate: 2000-6469 fps, Native DPI: 1600, DPI presets: 400 or 1600, Power Supply: 3.3V, SROM: 1986x8 bits, Package: 20-pin DIP.

ADNS3060 sensor has Internal Image Sensor: 30x30 Pixel Array Matrix
Mice with A3080 optical sensor: A4Tech X-718BK, X-748K, Logitech MX518, Razer Diamondback 2004, Razer Diamondback 2005, Thermaltake Azurues and other.

Razer Diamondback 1800 DPI mouse (mid 2005). This mouse has 7 fully programmable buttons. There are 3 models of it: Plasma Blue, Acid Green and Salamander Red.

Avago 3060 sensor review: native DPI, acceleration

Avago A3060 is a high accuracy optical gaming mouse sensor. Information from Avago ADNS-3060 datasheet: Interface: 4-Wire SPI port; Max tracking speed: 40 Inches Per Ssecond, Max Tracking Acceleration: 15G, Lens: DNS-2120, Frame Rate: 500-6469 fps, DPI presets: 400 or 800, Power Supply: 3.3V, Package: 20-pin DIP. We didn't find any information about Native (Default) DPI of this sensor.

SROM: 1986x8 bits
Distance from lens referenceplane to surface: 2.3-2.5mm

a3060 sensor has Internal Image Sensor with 30x30 Pixel Array Matrix (900 Pixels). 

ADNS-3055 Logitech G100 G300 sensor: native DPI, acceleration, polling rate

In this article we will review Logitech G100, G300, G300S sensor. These gaming mice have an optical 2500dpi Avago ADNS-A3055 sensor.

DPI increments: 250; 50 in Logitech Gaming Software for Logitech G300.

DPI presets: 250/500/750/1000/1250/1500/1750/2000/2250/2500

Native DPI: 1000
polling rate: 125/500/750/1000Hz (1ms max response time)

Max Speed: 2 m/s (G100 model), 3 m/s (G300 model)

Avago A3055 Known Issues: slight jitter for DPI higher than 2000. You can experienced either negative or positive acceleration during fast movements. 

The difference between Logitech G100 and G300 is: G300 has more programmable buttons (9), G100 just 4 buttons. Logitech G300 has On-The-Fly Sensitivity / DPI adjustment function, onboard memory allows to save up to 3 settings profiles, Lift-off Distance: 2.5mm. The mouse suits a wide variety of grip styles: palm, claw, fingertip.

Avago 3050 sensor review: native DPI, acceleration

Avago (Pixart) ADNS-3050 is a 2000dpi optical sensor. Max tracking speed: 60 Inches Per Second, Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G, Package: 8-pin dual in-line package (DIP), Interface : 4-Wire SPI port, Voltage : 2.8-3.0V, LED: HLMP-EG3E RED, Lens: ADNS-5110-001, ADNS-5120-002.

21X21 Pixel Array Matrix reads X and Y axis to scan surface. It takes 361 read operations to get complete surface image.

CPI increments: 250

Native DPI: 1000 counts per second
DPI presets: 250, 500, 1000, 1250, 1500, 1750, 2000

Gaming mice with ADNS-3050 optical sensor: A4Tech Bloody Blazing A6, Bloody Blazing A9, Bloody Warrior RT5, Bloody Winner T5, T6, T7; Coolermaster Octane, Xornet, Cougar 200m, 250m; Gamdias Apollo, Ozone Xenon, Rapoo V20, V200, V25, V26, V29; Roccat Kiro, Lua, Steelseries Kinzu V3 and oth

Avago ADNS-3000 sensor: native DPI, acceleration

Avago ADNS-3000 is compact, low power 2000dpi optical sensor for wireless gaming mice. Low Supply voltage: 1.7V, 8-pin dual in-line package, Max tracking speed: 30 IPS, Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G, Lens: ADNS-5110-001, LED: HSDL-4261 or HLMP-EG3E. The sensor is programmed through 4-Wire SPI port. 21X21 Pixel Array Matrix reads X and Y axis to scan surface. It takes 484 read operations to get complete surface image.
Distance from Lens Reference Plane to Tracking Surface (Z): 2.3-2.5 mm

CPI increments: 250

Native DPI: 1250 counts per second

DPI presets: 250, 500, 1000, 1250, 1500, 1750, 2000

четверг, 22 февраля 2018 г.

Avago ADNS-2700 sensor: native DPI, acceleration

Avago adns-2700 is a 1250dpi compact mouse sensor. It was created to replace mechanical mouse tracking technology. 19X19 Pixel Array Matrix reads X and Y axis to scan completed surface image. Max tracking speed: 30 Inches Per Second (0.76 m/s), Max Tracking Acceleration: 6G, Package: 8-pin DIP, LED: HLMP-EG3E-xxxxx, Lens: ADNS-5100-001. Sensor has One-Time-Programmable (OTP) Memory with ability to change default setting without external driver. Avago adns-2700 supports 3 buttons and 1 scroll wheel.   
Native DPI: 1000 counts per second

DPI presets: 500, 750, 1000, 1250

Power supply: 5.0V

CPI increments: 250

ADNS-2080 mouse sensor: native DPI, acceleration

Avago ADNS-2080 is a 2000dpi low power optical mouse sensor for wireless gaming mice. Resolution: up to 2000cpi, Max tracking speed: 30ips, Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G, Voltage: 2.1-3.3V (one AA battery), Package: Interface: 2-Wire SPI port, 8-pin DIP; Lens: ADNS-5110-001, LED: HSDL-4261 IR LED or HLMP-EG3E-xxxxx Red LED.
It's a 22X22 Pixel Array Matrix. It'd take 484 read operations to form complete surface image. DPI Range: 250-2000 DPI, Native (default) DPI: 1000; CPI increments: 250   

PAN3509 optical sensor: native dpi, acceleration

James Donkey 112 and Sharkoon Shark Force gaming mice have a high-precision optical 1600dpi PAN 3509 sensor. Specs: DPI presets: 600, 1000, 1600 DPI, acceleration 15G, Max. FPS: 4000, polling rate: 125Hz.

James Donkey 112 native (default) dpi: 1600; Polling Rate: 125Hz (8ms response); acceleration 15G, Power Supply: 4.25-5.5V, USB 2.0 connection, Switch Life: 8 millions clicks.
Sharkoon Shark Force: 1600dpi optical sensor comfortable mouse scroll wheel; 6-button (two side buttons), DPI display, lift-off sensitivity is up to 5 mm. Colors: white, green, pink, black. It's very comfortable gaming mouse, which suits for different grip styles. You can change DPI for the applications with 600, 1000, 1600 DPI presets. 

Razer Naga 2013/2014 pln2034 sensor: native dpi, acceleration

Razer Naga 2013/2014, Mad Catz R.A.T. T.E. gaming mice have a 8200dpi Philips PLN2034 laser sensor. This sensor has two lenses to calculate distance moved. It's very accurate at low and high speeds. This improved sensor (in comparison with Philips PLN 2033) avoids issues with tracking on the z-axis. Read user reviews about tracking performance, problems, native (default) dpi.

Razer Naga 2014: native (default) dpi: 1800, when mouse can reach best performance, polling rate: 1000MHz (1ms response). It has 12 programmable button, scroll wheel, which moves up, down, left and right. Some users reported that desk vibration can cause slight cursor movement when lifting the mouse. It's fitting very well in small/medium/big hands, so we can say it's an universal mouse.
R.A.T. T.E (Tournament Edition) Gaming Mouse: 7 programmable buttons, 8200dpi Laser Dopler Sensor, lift-off Distance: 0.2-1mm; on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment; speed up to 6m/s, 50G acceleration, DPI range: 100-8200, 4 user-definable DPI settings.

Philips PLN 2033 Imperator Mamba 4G Orochi 2013 sensor: native dpi, acceleration

Gaming mice with a philips a 6400dpi DPI PLN 2033 sensor: Razer Imperator 4G, Mamba 4G, Orochi 2013, R.A.T. 7 Refresh, R.A.T. 9 Refresh, R.A.T.M. This sensor uses doppler-shift technology: it has has two lenses, they track vertical and horizontal movements to obtain pretty damn accuracy, even at max DPI.

Orochi 2013 is a wireless gaming mouse. It suits for both right or left-handed players.

Razer Imperator 4G: speed up to 200 ips, 50G acceleration, 500Hz polling rate, native (default) dpi: 800; on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment function, onboard memory to upload your personal gaming settings. It has 7 programmable buttons. You can move 2 side buttons for better gameplay and comfortability.

Philips PLN2032 Naga Hex Mamba RAT 7 sensor: native dpi, acceleration

Mice with a 5600 dpi Philips Twin Eye PLN2032 sensor: Razer Imperator/Lachesis 3.5G/Mamba/Naga/Hex/Epic/Molten/2012/Spectre/Tron; Mad Catz R.A.T. 7, R.A.T. 9, CM Storm Sentinel/Sentinel Advance, Ozone Radon 5K, Gigabyte M8600/M8600 v2, Aivia Uranium. Philips PLN2032 sensor has 50G Acceleration, max tracking speed: 6 m/s, 8MHz SPI-Interface. Twin-eye technology means that laser sensor reads each axis separately, what allows to obrain high (pinpoint) accuracy. Read user reviews about tracking performance, problems, native (default) dpi.

Mad Catz R.A.T.7: 6400 DPI, DPI range: 25-6400, polling rate: dynamic (up to 1000Hz), acceleration: 50G, tracking speed: up to 6m/sec. We didn't find any information about Native (Default) DPI of this sensor. It has 6 programmable buttons, Length adjusting allows user to use any grip: palm, claw, fingertip grip styles. Custom Weight System allows to obtain the perfect weight for best gameplay.
Mad Catz R.A.T. 9 is a 2.4 GHz wireless gaming mouse. Resolution DPI range: 25-6400, polling rate: up to 1000Hz, connectivity: USB 2.0. Software allows user create powerful macros and set keybindings. The mouse supports side scrolling. It works with Windows 7, 8, 8.1, Windows 10, Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later and Linux. Some users reported its hard to remove battery.

Philips Twin Eye PLN2032 sensor doppler-effect technology: it has two lenses.

PLN 2031 Orochi Lachesis Rat 5 sensor: native dpi, acceleration

Mad Catz R.A.T.5, Razer Lachesis, CM Storm Inferno, Razer Orochi, Tt eSPORTS BLACK gaming mice have a 4000 DPI Philips PLN 2031 laser sensor with 1000Hz maximum polling rate during gameplay and . Read user reviews about tracking performance, problems, native (default) dpi.
Mad Catz R.A.T.5 has 5600 DPI (We didn't find any information about Native (Default) DPI of this sensor) sensor (laser movement detection technology), 6 programmable buttons, plus two regular buttons, scroll wheel, DPI range from 100 to 5600, 4 Custom DPI Settings, 50G acceleration, speed up to 2.8m/sec, on-the-fly DPI adjustments function. It's fitting very well in medium/big hands. The mouse works with Windows 8, Windows 10 and Linux. Some users reported about double clicking problem.

Philips pln2030 RAT 3 Radon 3K sensor: native dpi, acceleration

Ozone Radon 3K, Mad Catz R.A.T.3 gaming mice have Philips PLN 2030 sensor. It's a 3500dpi laser sensor with adjustable resolution from 100 to 3500 dpi (Ozone Radon 3K), 4 USB report rate presets, 500Hz maximum polling rate.

Mad Catz’ R.A.T. 3 Gaming Mouse: 3 fully-programmable Buttons plus 2 left and right buttons, scroll-wheel, 3500 laser high accuracy sensor with 20G acceleration; by clicking on DPI button you can choose 1 of 4 custom DPI settings from 450 to 3500 range. We didn't find any information about Native (Default) DPI of this sensor, but if you know, write in comment. Their software allows to choose cursor sensitivity, bind buttons and save several gaming profiles. This is a good mouse for someone with small/medium size hands. This mouse works with Windows 8 and Windows 10. Some users reported they wished DPI go down to 400 instead of 450.

среда, 21 февраля 2018 г.

Avago ADNS-S2020 optical sensor review (native dpi, acceleration)

Logitech G1, Logitech MX310, Logitech MX510 gaming mice have a 800 dpi optical S2020 sensor< with 10G acceleration.

Logitech MX300 gaming mouse was pupolar within Quake and Counter-Strike players for great accuracy and tracking performance (400 DPI Resolution, 3.91 m/s speed, 125Hz polling rate, possible to overlock to 1000Hz). Logitech MX500 Optical Mouse has 8 programmable buttons, scroll wheel; Interface PS/2, USB. It's fitting very well in small and medium hand. Install special deiver and you can turn off Acceleration and change speed (IPS). 

Logitech MX500 mouse optical sensor features:

Resolution DPI: 400-800
Native DPI (when mouse can reach best performance): 400
CPI increments: -; 2 DPI presets (400/800)
Max tracking speed: -
Frame Rate: 4700
Max Tracking Acceleration: 10G
Max Stable Polling Rate: 125 Hz

A4tech Bloody V5, V7, V8 Avago PAW3305dk sensor review (native dpi, acceleration)

A4tech Bloody V7/V8, Bloody V8, Steelseries Kinzu V2 mice have a 3200 dpi PAW/PAN3305 sensor. Lift Distance for this gaming sensor is 2mm. It’s a CMOS image sensor – 30x30 matrix array. It has positive acceleration and a little lag for some mice models.

There’s a modification of this sensor PAW3305DK-H with (0,5f) lens, which increased max speed to 3 m/s.

Other mice models with 3305dk sensor: A4tech Bloody V2, Bloody V3, Bloody V5 / V5M, Bloody V7 / V7M, Bloody V8M, X-718BK, X-748K, Gigabyte M6900, NEWMEN GX1-F, NEWMEN GX2, Roccat Kova[+], Roccat Pyra, Sharkoon Fireglider Optical, Speedlink Prime Z-DW, Steelseries Kana, Steelseries WoW Legendary, Zowie Mico.
SteelSeries WOW Legendary has the 3305 sensor, 16.8 million color with four light modes, 11 programmable buttons, macros function, measures 40mm x 81mm x 115mm, weighs: 115 grams. It works great in Windows 8, 8.1 10 and other versions.

PAW/PAN3305 optical gaming sensor features:

Resolution DPI: 400-3200
Native DPI (when mouse can reach best performance): 1200
CPI increments: – DPI; DPI presets (400/800/1200/1600/2000/2400/2800/3200)
Max tracking speed: 130 IPS
Frame Rate: 3600 fps
Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G
Max Stable Polling Rate: 500Hz (2ms)
Power Supply: 4.5-5.0V
Interface : 4-Wire SPI port
Package: 12-pin DIP

Razer Abyssus, Deathadder 3.5G s3888 sensor (native dpi, acceleration)

Two Razer gaming mice have optical (not laser) Avago ADNS-s3888 sensor: Abyssus, Deathadder 3.5G. It a 3500dpi infrared gaming sensor with high accuracy and tracking gaming performance. It’s a 30?30 matrix array, 30 pixels for X-axis tracking and 30 pixels for Y-axis tracking.

Razer Abyssus has 3500dpi Razer 3.5G infrared sensor, clickable scroll wheel, 2 toggle switches for sensitivity/polling rate adjustment, three programmable buttons. It has two DPI steps: 1800cpi and 3500cpi. It’s good both for big and medium size hands users, we can say it’s a standard size mouse. It fits for claw and fingertip grip.

Avago ADNS-s8888 gaming sensor datasheet specs:

Resolution DPI: 450-3500
Native DPI (when mouse can reach best performance): 1800
CPI increments: DPI presets: 450/1800/3500
Max tracking speed: 4,15 ms/s, 60-120 IPS
Frame Rate: –
Max Tracking Acceleration: 15G
Max Stable Polling Rate: 125/1000Hz (8/1ms)
Power Supply: –