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: –

Razer Deathadder 3G Avago ADNS-s3668 sensor (native dpi, acceleration)

Razer offered four gaming mice models: Deathadder 3G, Boomslang 2007 CE, Diamondback 3G, Salmosa with a 1600 DPI Avago ADNS-s3668 (native dpi – maximum value) sensor. Avago s3668 sensor uses infrared tracking method. Minimum DPI: 450, Maximum DPI: 1800. 1000Hz polling rate provides fast response, what is important for FPS and MMO games.

Razer Diamondback 3G has 1800dpi Razer Infrared sensor, seven programmable buttons and On-The-Fly sensitivity adjustment function. Some users reported it could be fairly hard to click side (macro) buttons.

RAZER Boomslang Collector’s Edition (CE): Infrared 1800 dpi sensor, 5 programmable Buttons and 1 scroll wheel, USB interface, On-The-Fly sensitivity adjustment.

Avago ADNS-s3668 gaming sensor features:

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

Microsoft Habu s6018 sensor review (native dpi, acceleration)

Microsoft Habu and Razer Copperhead have a 2000 DPI s6018 laser sensor (modification of the ADNS-6010 sensor). It’s an advanced laser sensor with high accuracy and high resolution tracking performance and fast response time. Razer-Copperhead has 32KB onboard memory to save up to five gaming profiles. Polling rate is 1000Hz. Some users reported that it’s hard to click side buttons without shifting hand, what makes this mouse inconvenient for gamers.

Microsoft Habu has a comfortable shape for different grip types. You can turn off the blue LEDs if you prefer. Some users reported about accidental double-clicks.

Microsoft Habu s6018 gaming sensor features:

DPI: 2000
Native DPI: Default CPI: –
CPI increments: – ; 4 DPI presets (400/800/1600/2000)
Max tracking speed: 45 IPS
Frame Rate: – fps
Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G
Polling Rate: 125/500/1000 Hz

Logitech G3 G5 G7 s6006 laser sensor review (native dpi, acceleration)

Logitech G3, G5, G7 gaming mice models have a 2000 DPI s6006 laser sensor (30-pixel by 30-pixel sensor array). Minimum DPI 400; Maximum DPI: 2000.

Logitech G7 Laser 2.4 GHz Cordless Mouse Some user reported that this mouse is not for small hands, but it’s compfortable for medium/big hands and different grip styles: palm, claw, fingertip. Laser sensor provides great accuracy. Mouse has five-level power indicator, so you always aware about Li-ion battery’s charge and time when to replace Li-ion battery pack. By using Logitech’s SetPoint software you can customize settings of your mouse: sensitivity (x- and y-axis), buttons binds.
Logitech G7 successors: Logitech G3 mouse: the same s6006 laser sensor with two two sensitivity levels: 800 dpi and 1600 dpi; Logitech G5: s6006 laser sensor, 500 USB reports per second, for this gaming mouse you can adjust weight and balance (up to 36 grams).
Logitech G7 s6006 laser gaming sensor specs:

DPI: 400-2000
Native DPI: 800
CPI increments: 50
3 DPI presets (400, 800, 2000)
Max tracking speed: 45-65 IPS
Frame Rate: 6400 fps
Max Tracking Acceleration: 20G
Max Stable Polling Rate: 500Hz (2ms)
Max speed: 1,30m/s

Logitech G500S G600 G700s Avago s9808 laser sensor (native dpi, accuracy)

In this article we will review three G-series Logitech mice: G500S, G600, G700s and their Avago s9808 sensor. Avago s9808 laser sensor with minimum DPI value 200 and maximum 8200, 50 DPI steps. The sensor’s test showed impressive tracking performance for 1000Hz polling rate.

Logitech G700s gaming mice has onboard memory, so you can store up to five gaming profiles. It has 13 programmable buttons. Pointer customizations: turning off Acceleration. Epic performance for FPS and MMO games.
s9808 gaming sensor features:

DPI: 200-8200
Native DPI: Default CPI 1800
Resolution: CPI
DPI increments: 50
Max tracking speed: 150 IPS
Frame Rate: 12000 fps
Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G
Max Stable Polling Rate: 125, 250, 500, 1000Hz (8-1ms response time)
Power Supply: 3 or 5V
Interface : 4-Wire SPI port
Package: 16-pin chip-on-board (COB)
Lens: ADNS-6190-002
Lift detection: 1-5mm
Buttons: 20 million clicks
Known Issues: Some users reported about G700s problems: after updating LGS software DPI settings in profiles are getting reset.

Logitech G102 G203 (Mercury) sensor review (native dpi, accuracy)

When Logitech announced G102 mouse (6000 DPI) with higher levels of accuracy budget sensor. There were many rumors about sensor's model: PMW3366, AM010, or even PMW3330. ‘ontrary to the expectations, CGS company (Switzerland) manufactured new Mercury mouse sensor for Logitech G102 and G203 optical mice. Logitech G102 mouse has 6 programmable buttons.

Lift off range: 1mm

Ultra durable Omron D2FC-F-7N switches, long-term use of up to 10 million clicks.

In conjunction with onboard 32 bit ARM processor, which computing all measurements at very fast rate. But some user noticed slight lag at high DPIs.

With Logitech Gaming Software, you can save more than 300 gaming profiles and programmable 16.8M Color LED settings. Color LED reacts on the mouse movements.

Mercury optical gaming sensor features:

DPI: 200-6000
Native DPI: Default CPI -
CPI increments: 50 DPI; 4 DPI presets (400/800/1600/3200)
Max tracking speed: 200 IPS
Frame Rate: 1000-12000 fps
Max Tracking Acceleration: 25G
Max Stable Polling Rate: 1000Hz (1ms)
Buttons Lag: 2ms
Power Supply: -

Microsoft Bluetrack sensor (native DPI, accelaration, polling rate)

Microsoft Bluetrack technology review


Microsoft Bluetrack sensor is a CMOS (complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor) image sensor with ability to track on surfaces like wood, carpet and even granite and switch the sensitivity levels, what is important for gamers.

Microsoft Bluetrack optical gaming sensor features:

Resolution: 250Р4000 DPI
Native DPI: Default CPI 400 with 14 ips
CPI increments: 200
Max tracking speed: 120 Inches Per Second
Frame Rate: 13,000 frames per second
Max Tracking Acceleration: 75G
Max Stable Polling Rate: 500Hz

Mice with this sensor: Microsoft Sidewinder X8. This mouse works flawlessly and tracks very well. It has 12 full programable buttons.

MLT-04 electronics sensor (native dpi, acceleration, datasheet specs)

Old mice with MLT-04 optical sensor: Microsoft Intellimouse Optical 1.1, Intellimouse Explorer 3.0, Wheelmouse Optical 1.1, Blue. Many professional Counter-Strike and Quake players used mice with this sensor, because of it has high accuracy, smoothly movement, the red light of LED is not to bright. Some people bought mice back in 2002-2003, and mice still work after more than 10 years!

MLT-04 electronics sensor has a 22?22 photodiodes optical sensing element with no prediction, positive acceleration and perfect control speed.

There are two version of the sensor: Latest version: X80 = 9000 Frame Per Second and old one: X08= 6000 Frame Per Second.

MLT-04 sensor features:
Resolution: 400 DPI
Native DPI: 400
Max Speed: 1,60 m/s
CPI increments: Р
Max tracking speed: 25696 points/s (500Hz polling rate)
Frame Rate: 6400 or 9600 fps
No Acceleration
No Prediction
Known Issues: Р
USB or PS/2 ports
Max Stable Polling Rate: 250Hz (4ms), can be overclocked to 500/1000hz with using special software (not Microsoft) 

Avago ADNS-2051 A2051 optical sensor review (native dpi, acceleration)

Avago ADNS-2051 datasheet information. A2051 is a very accurate mouse sensor, it detects 0,1mm movements easily.

ADNS-2051 optical gaming sensor features:

Native DPI: Default CPI 400 with 14 ips
Resolution: CPI 800
Sensor matrix: CCD (256 pixels with 64 values of gray)
CPI increments: Р
Max tracking speed: Р
Frame Rate: 2300 fps
Max Tracking Acceleration: Р
Max Stable Polling Rate: Р
Power Supply: 5.0V
Known Issues: Р
Image Acquisition System, Digital Signal Processor
Interface : 4-Wire SPI port
Package: 16-pin DIP
LED: HLMP-ED80-XXXXX 639nm red color
Lens: HDNS-2100

Avago ADSN-A2020 (Logitech MX300, MX500) sensor review

Logitech high resolution and high frame rate MX300, MX500 mice use Avago ADSN-A2020 sensor. Digital Signal Processor (DSP) captures 4.7 megapixels per second. Many users, who bought MX500 gaming mouse in 2002-2003, are very satisfied with experience. ItХs still working and in great condition after 10 years! This is a good mouse for gaming and office work.

Logitech MX500 gaming mouse:

Optical Avago ADSN-A2020 sensor;
DPI: 800;
Right-handed;
8 programmable Buttons;
Connection type: wired;
Light and noiseless scrolling wheel;
Quick Switch Program Selector;
Perfect shape and weight;

Razer Taipan sensor s9818, s9819 review (native dpi, acceleration, polling rate)

Razer Taipan Ambidextrous USB gaming mouse uses a 4G dual sensor system (s9818, and now new improved S9819 sensor). Laser and optical sensors (Dual system), one hole in the bottom of the mouse, but looks like 2 lenses. The dual-sensor array calibrates surface, laser sensor provides great accuracy, oprical sensor acceleration, dpi and dpi increments. In conjunction with onboard 32 bit ARM processor, which computing all measurements at very fast rate, every movement of your hand, every button function action delivered instantly.

Razer TaipanХs ambidextrous form suits a wide variety of grip styles and hand sizes: left and right-handed players, palm, claw and finger grip style.

Razer Synapse configuration software allows you to save all personal settings: sensitivity, lift-off, keybinds of 9 programmable hyperesponse buttons, macros, Lighting (wheel and logo glow) to the cloud, update drivers and firmware. Save unlimited profiles, configurations for various games and programs.

You can calibrate surface to set optimal LIFTOFF RANGE for Razer or non-Razer mouse mat.
s9819 sensor features:

DPI: 100-8200
Native (Default) DPI: 1600-1800
DPI increments: 100
Max tracking speed: 200 IPS
Max Frame Rate: 6400 fps
Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G
Max Stable Polling Rate: 125Hz (8ms), 500Hz (2ms) and 1000Hz (1ms). Recommended: 500-1000Hz

Roomba 630 cliff sensor

Robotic cleaners are continuing to improve with technology. The iRobot Roomba 630 is clearly one of the most popular of all-robotic cleaners despite the entry of more new models from iRobot.

iRobot is one of the most reputable manufacturers of robot vacuum cleaners and has been considered the greatest among the creators of robot vacuum systems. however, the question is: where does the iRobot 630 stand? With newer models, is this a model that one may want to stick with? Here is an in-depth look at what to expect from the iRoomba 630.

Features:

Self-Charging Base
AeroVac  Filter
Virtual Wall
Acoustic Dirt Sensors
iAdapt Responsive Technology

Pros

One of the greatest advantages of the iRobot 630 is that it works perfectly on hard-to-clean areas such as under beds, work benches, closet, couches and dressers.

This device is a healer for pet-owners who are sick from sweeping their floors three times every day in order to keep it super clean.
This robotic cleaning device works directly along baseboards thus eliminating all pet hair and dirt that usually gets trapped, or remains behind, when cleaning using upright vacuums.

This device uses a zigzag motion for cleaning each and every inch of your home as opposed to the upright vacuum’s straight line and back and forth motions.

It offers the industry per charge of 2 hours per full charge. This is enough time to clean your rooms. Fortunately, the device will automatically dock itself if it needs to charge.

Cons
It has just one virtual wall to prevent it from going into areas it should not. However, with most homes you can find ways around this such as shutting doors to areas you do not want the unit to clean.

This device can not be scheduled to clean and doesn’t have any buttons for this capability.

Verdict

Between all pros and cons of this iRoomba 630, it still rocks as the best robot cleaner for your home. What’s more, it has been around for quite some time which makes it more affordable than several other models without such a bargain in functionality.

Roomba 620 sensors

One of the ways to get more freedom is by saving time on household chores.  Think of coming home to a sparkling clean house thanks to the Roomba 620. Vacuuming helps keep your home looking fine and at its best. Let’s take a good look at the iRobot Roomba 620.

Power

This device offers  significantly higher suction power than most 500 models. This means one thing; more debris, dirt, dust and pet hair gets collected quicker and more efficiently than you may imagine.

Cost

The price tag associated with this Roomba 620 is $300. This is a little bit higher than the recent models.

Warranty

The Roomba 620 offers a one year warranty. Due to the cost of this device, most customers wish that it was warrantied a longer period of time. However, this product is known for being of the best quality.

Pros

Round shape design is amazing. The product is not very tall which means the product can go under any furniture with ease.

Brush design is an improvement on the previous models. Several brushes with different lengths reduce risks associated with elements getting left behind during the cleaning process.

Comes with a very long battery life which means you can clean your rooms without having to worry about the charge.

Works like charm when collecting pet hair

Cons

This device has an average weight of 11.6 pounds. For most homeowners, this doesn’t pose any problem. Despite this, most people will still tend to find it too much work, especially during the initial stage of setting it up.

The filter also requires replacing at least every 3 to 4 months.

Verdict

The Roomba 620 is worth your investment. It’s quiet, yet powerful and efficient. Give it a try, especially if you are on a tight budget but still want to keep your floors looking clean all the time.

Roomba 560 sensors

Users already called this third generation Roomba a “souped-up” discovery (second generation) since it has a bigger chassis and wheels, a better suspension, and it was the first to have the anti-tangle capability to rotate the brushebackwards in order to untangle itself  from loose wires or tassels. While you can schedule the iRobot Roomba, it does not have a remote.

Features of the iRobot Roomba 560:

Automatically adjusts its brushes on the basis of the thickness of your carpet
Filters trap allergens
Has an anti-tassel capability that lets it untangle itself from cords or tassels
Includes an extra filter
Comes with two virtual walls though the 2-C batteries are not included

Pros

Sold used one for as low as $199
Can be scheduled
Chassis is sealed to avoid dust from clogging sensors
Works well on dark carpets
Has adjustable brushes which collect dirt from shaggy carpets
Collects heavy debris like bolts and nuts

Cons

Takes too long to clean a room, about 25 minutes to clean an average-sized room
Has a small dirt bin
Requires regular cleaning
Hair gets tangled on main brushes and on the sides
Has trouble collecting light debris like pet hair and paper
Has some issues detecting the lighthouse/virtual wall
Lacks a full bin indicator

Verdict

This robot is perfect for people who reside in small to medium-sized homes who are searching for a cheaper robot cleaner and do not mind working without the full bin indicator, virtual lighthouse and a remote control. Overall, this is a good robot cleaner that works well enough for between clean-up jobs. Unfortunately, iRobotic discontinued this product which means warranty claims may be an issue. Instead, consider the newer 650 model.

Roomba 760 sensor

In a variety of ways, this robotic cleaner is similar to the Roomba 770. Probably, the only difference is that it does not have a full bin indicator.  Feature-wise and size-wise, they are similar though the iRobot Roomba 760 has a slightly higher rating than its counterpart on Amazon.com. If you struggle with allergies and are looking for a good robot cleaner with great features, but you still don’t want to spend the extra $100-$200 for an improved dirt-detection system, then sit back and take a really good look at this cleaner.

Features of the iRobot Roomba 760:

Simple to use
Moves back and forth on particularly dirtier areas
Three-hour charge time
Two counter-rotating brushes to collect pet hair
Comes with two virtual walls that block areas you do not want cleaned
Wall-following capability allows it to clean areas along corners and edges
Schedule feature allows it to clean up to seven times per week

Pros

Cheaper than other models such as the 700 series models by $50
Comes with HEPA filtration and an extra set
Schedule allows you to clean even while you are not around
Comes with a remote and two virtual walls
Picks up pet hair very easily

Cons

HEPA filter requires a replacement every two to three months
Still an expensive robotic cleaner to pay for
Can not deep-clean carpets
Sometimes may get stuck
Brushes require regular cleaning

Verdict

This cleaner would be most ideal for extremely busy parents, and pet owners, as well as professionals looking for a good relief in their vacuuming chores. This is because the machine can easily be scheduled to clean at particular intervals or specific times of the day without requiring supervision. All in all, iRobot Roomba 760 is worth your money.

Roomba 780 sensors

The iRobot Roomba lets busy people spend significantly less time with their vacuuming and cleaning chores and more time with your family or work.  You can schedule this machine to clean on its own and return back to the charging base as soon it requires a recharge.  Probably, all you really need to do is empty it.  This iRobot 780 is an improvement of the iRobot 770 and promises to get rid of 98% of all dirt across different surfaces.

Features of the iRobot Roomba 780
This robot vacuum cleaner utilizes a 3-step cleaning system. First, it uses a prolonged side brush all the way to the corners, grabs dirt and flings it over to the second step. This one involves counter-rotating brushes that work as a dustpan and broom to pick-up debris that side brushes throw to them. The third involves suction which is utilized to collect and deposit the dirt in a dustbin.
Also, it has soft touch bumpers so that it does not damage furniture. The robot cleaner signals as soon as the bin is full. It goes back over all dirty areas it detects.

Pros

Has an improved containment system which utilizes a lighthouse as opposed to a virtual wall.
Collects pet hair very well
Is reasonably quiet compared to other models
Good edge cleaning and HEPA filtration

Cons

Is very expensive
Has a small dirt bin
Can bump your door and lock itself in a room if the door is light enough.
Can not clean stairs
Has no firmware update

Verdict

This is a great automated vacuum cleaner that does a good job particularly on hard floors and is excellent on carpets. You need to do is play your part well: regularly clean its brushes and sensors in order to get rid of clutter. Otherwise, it’s worth buying.

Roomba 770 ir sensor

This iRobot cleaner is one other weapon from iRobot’s vacuuming arsenal. Here is a review discussing how this specific model measures up. This iRobot Roomba 770 does all the work on your behalf.  It does the vacuuming and cleaning with just a touch of a button. This cleaner collects all the debris and dirt from hardwood, tiling, carpeting, and just about any type of floor.

This vacuum cleaner is your perfect solution for homeowners with allergy-sufferers or pets. It comes with the AeroVac Series 2 Technology that is designed to get rid of pet dander, pet hair, and dirt as well as dust from your floors and carpets.

Features

Vacuuming bin for pulling hair off the brushes and putting it into the bin.

On-Board scheduling which allows you to pre-set your iRoomba for vacuuming. You can pre-set it for up to 7 times a week.

Three cleaning modes which allow you to have quick spot cleaning. You can pre-set this device using the scheduled mode.
Adjusting sensors which navigate the iRoomba under beds, furniture and the edges of curtains. These sensors detect dirt and get to all areas of your rooms.

Warranty: This machine comes with a 30-day warranty as well as a money-back satisfaction guarantee.

The Pros
Easy to use control pad
Self charging capability
Indicator for a full bin
Cleaning strokes offer extensive cleaning capability in dirty areas
Longer lasting durable battery

The Cons

Is noisier than other models
Does not always get in fine lines
Sometimes loses the direction of the dock
Bin fills up pretty fast

Conclusion

This model is one of the best robotic cleaners in the market. It’s the only model that offers a 3-stage cleaning system. The price of this model is a little higher than other models, but it really offers many more benefits and is, therefore, worth considering.

iRobot Roomba 880 sensors

iRobot Roomba 880 sensors types


iRobot Roomba 880 was 5-stars rated by many customers. It has four front and two rear cliff sensors (iRobot won’t fall down stairs), two bin sensors, bumper sensor (touch-sensitive, iRobot won’t damage furniture, walls and other obstacles), optical, RCON (Room Confinement Sensor) sensor.

Dirt Detect 2 includes acoustic and two optical sensors to find dirt and debris. Acoustic sensor (piezoelectric) determines noise level near places with highest concentration of dirt and then spends more time cleaning them. Two optical sensors (IR emitter and receiver) registers dirt as it hits the brush, to measure the how much dirt being sucked through the machine.

Cliff sensors (which identify when it's too close to a ledge (stairs and steep drops)). 


iRobot Roomba 880 has Self-Charging, Multi-Room Navigation, Scheduling, Tangle-Free Debris Extractors, 3-Stage Cleaning System, AeroForce 3-Stage Cleaning System (5x the air power) functions.

Programming


Programming this robot is a breeze. Select the day, enter a time, and click the “OK” button. As long as you’ve set the clock properly, this machine will trundle off on a cleaning run and go back to base when finished, or run out of battery power.

This robot is able to clean several rooms on a single charge, spending a maximum of about half an hour in each room before moving on to the next one. It's two “Virtual Wall Lighthouses” help stimulate a virtual wall in doorways to prevent the robot from entering the next room until it has cleaned the first.

Cleaning


This Roomba cleaning robot cleans well, but not as well as a human might.  It cleans with continuous little clicks and beeps. The central suction band and spinning brush perform a solid job of cleaning even the edges of your rooms. Also, this robot comes with a remote control which can be used to steer the robot towards really dirty patches.

Maintenance


The bin, drop sensors, front wheel and air filters all require regular maintenance on, at least, a weekly basis.

Pros: Hassle-free cleaning, easy programming and maintainance, effective cleaning, remote control.

Cons: It’s quite expensive and will require an additional cleaner for the attachments for uses such as cleaning stairs. It also requires filter changes.

Canon 760D (T6i) CMOS sensor review

Canon 760D (T6i) sensor

Canon EOS Rebel T6i (EOS 760D) camera has new improved 24.2 MP APS-C CMOS Sensor (22.3mm x 14.9mm, crop factor 1.6x) with on-sensor phase detection pixels and a low-pass filter that blocks high spatial frequencies to reduce the moire and false-color effects, 3.7µm photodiodes, color-sensitive meter sensor for improved accuracy. IR-absorbing/UV-blocking glass filter: Blocks light outside the visible spectrum, to improve color fidelity and image quality, Primary color filter: separates the light into primary (RGB), Imaging element: Receives the light and turns it into a digital signal.
DIGIC 6 image processor with 14-bit processing and 24.2 MP image sensor enable wide dynamic range, high range ISO performance for its class: native: 100 to 12,800, expandable to 25600; AutoISO up to 6400, video recording mode: 12800, low noise on high ISO and fast autofocus in Live-view mode.

Canon 760D (T6i) includes new 19 points Hybrid CMOS AF III uses sensor-based phase detection points for increased focus speed and accuracy in live view.

Canon USA confirmed that some T6i cameras affected by the speckled sensor, which resulted in the appearance of dark circular patterns.

Canon 760D and Nikon D5500 shoot at 5fps.

Razer Deathadder Elite sensor review: native DPI, acceleration, polling rate


Razer Deathadder Elite sensor review


Razer Deathadder Elite is accurate, very comfortable gaming mouse. It has new superior responsive, flawless Razer 5G Optical Sensor with DPI wide range from like 100 to 16.000 and capable of 50 DPI increments, Max tracking speed: 450 IPS, Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G, Max Stable Polling Rate: 500Hz/ 2ms, No Hardware Acceleration. You can calibrate mouse sensor for specific surface. There are two mouse versions: for right and left-handed palm grip players. As users reported this mouse is comfortable for normal and bigger sized hands, if you have small hands you should find something else.
Razer Deathadder Elite is the first Razer mouse with Mechanical Mouse Switch Using Omron switches (ultra durable switches, long-term use of up to 50 million clicks or more). It has 7 multi-function buttons plus Tactile Scroll Wheel button. All the buttons are sensitive and responsive. The thumb buttons on the left side of the mouse are easy to reach. On-the-fly sensitivity adjustment function (Two additional DPI buttons at your fingertips) allows to adjust DPI when you need high sensivity for lighting fast moves or low sensivity for best headshots.

The Razer Synapse app let’s you customize 16.8 million customizable color combinations of Razer Chroma RGB lighting. You can set up solid colors or reactive effect for lighting. Some users find lights to be slightly distracting at night.

Razer Diamondback laser sensor (Philips PLN2037) review

Razer Diamondback Chroma Ambidextrous (2015 Edition) is a lightweight gaming mouse with excellent Philips PLN2037 laser sensor with 16,000 DPI and capable of 1 DPI adjustments, 210 inches per second / 50 g speed/acceleration and 1,000 Hz ultrapolling / 1ms response time. Barely someone will use 16,000 DPI, so high sensivity, but 10,000dpi more than enough for any tasks. Philips mice sensors were sensitive to the roughness of the surface, but these issues were eliminated in the new models. Polling Rate, Up to 1,000 Hz / 1ms response time. All this made this mouse very precise.

Diamondback has a symmetrical design, so it can be used by right and left-handed users. The mouse suits a wide variety of grip styles and hand sizes. It’s good for both claw grip or palm grip, the button layout is instantly familiar. All seven buttons can be remapped and saved in multiple user and game profiles in the Synapse software. It’s is very convenient to play FPS and MMO games. Weight is 89 g / 0.09 lbs (without cable). Some female users reported that the problem is the large size of this mouse.

Razer’s Chroma RGB lighting has 16.8 million customizable colors. You can customize backlighting of Razer Diamondback logo, scroll wheel and side panels, create your own lighting effects. 

Steelseries Rival 100 sensor review: native DPI, acceleration, polling rate, datasheet specs

steelseries rival 100 sensor reviewThe Rival 100 gaming mouse is a great budget solution for those looking to maximize gaming sensor technology with proprietary software, a sturdy build, and an overall well-polished "entry-level" gaming mouse.

Because the Rival 100 uses a SteelSeries SDNS-3059-SS optical sensor it's guaranteed to reduce jitter, and increase performance response, precision, and works up to 4,000 CPI - although not a recommended setting for most games. It is set by default at 2,000CPI, and in reality, the majority of gamers don't need to actually use a 4,000-8,000 CPI sensor.
The previous decision of Steelseries using the A3060 and it's performance as well as popularity among serious gamers has led to it now relying on the A3059. And at 1,000Hz it definitely outshines much of the competition for gaming mice. Ultimately, users are very satisfied with the Rival 100 Gaming Mouse's ability to work up to 127 counts per poll, while the biggest challenge is ultimately with the bandwidth, not sensor technology.

It also works well as far as a jitter test and cursor stability go up to around 500CPI or more, but, once you attempt to plow this gaming sensor into anything higher than 1000CPI you'll experience some struggles with game-play performance, response, and reliability. So again, a great “basic” gaming mouse, and relatively premium gaming mouse sensor technology. For those that desire a zero hardware acceleration this is also a great choice, as it's responsive in mea
suring physical distance, may it be static or lifting (LOD) the sensor off of a surface. 

GIGABYTE XM300 sensor review

GIGABYTE is a very trusted brand among both PC users and gamers, as it's been making motherboards for quite some time, and recently as demonstrated with the XM300 has focused on making affordable, precision gaming sensor mice that are sure to meet your demands. Using Omron switches (ultra durable switches such as the DCFC-F-7n switch ) you can count on consistent, accurate, and long-term use of up to 20 million clicks or more. And, with an SDNS 3988 optical sensor, you'll enjoy a responsive, multi-function 6 button (plus scroll wheel button) mouse designed with intense FPS in mind.
It also includes a really nice, easy to use Macro Engine software that's great for modifying color and brightness of it's RGB lighting - which makes it easier and more convenient to see the necessary buttons. It uses a powerful operating click response force of approximately 0.74N, which means click response is precise, not overly sensitive, and transmissions remain both smooth and practical. As for polling rate, which also equates to lag time, is by default at 333Hz. An added custom feature of the GIGABYTE XM300 also allows you to set it lower from 125Hz, all the way up to 1000Hz. So, this allows a polling rate range of between 8 and 1 m/s. The higher polling rate of 8 m/s is optimal for serious gaming, which in turn, makes this hands down the most customizable gaming sensor mouse on the market in this price range.

Logitech G900 sensor review: native DPI, acceleration, polling rate

Logitech G900 sensor

The Logitech G900 gaming sensor is designed for programmers that enjoy a light mouse, trigger sensitivity, and who are looking for the best in acceleration and minimizing jitter - even during use of DPI settings as high as 8000. The Logitech G900 was built to respond to tiny movements effectively, but not so tiny that they're unwanted.

The G900 is a great gaming sensor with a performance that has yet to be matched, especially when it comes to games like Unreal Tournament, League of Legends, and other FPS or MMORPG’s.

The G900 gaming sensor uses a 1m/s polling rate, so lag and stutter become a part of the past as far as gaming goes, so it's absolutely a top choice for those playing FPS. The G900 gaming sensor performs great in nearly every configuration, and as far as jitter tests it outperforms previous models - at least up to around 12000 cpi, which is expected. The LOD or lift-off-distance is also under 1CD, which means no surface tuning is necessary for anything under 1.2mm.
Starting at a DPI of 200, it can record movements all the way up to 40Gs while still multitasking reading surface speeds at up to 300 inches per second of travel, which means an extremely responsive ability to aim, fire, duck, and hide during game-play. The G900 also uses 16-bit data transmission, and because it polls at 10000Hz (including in wireless mode) the 32-bit ARM Cortex processor ensures consistent signals of 2.4Ghz transmission from mouse to PC.
The Logitech G900 sensor also has little to no drag, whether from a static start point or repositioned, which means this gaming sensor was built to respond consistently, and operate practically on multiple surfaces.

Zowie FK1 vs FK2 sensor review

Both the Zowie FK1 and FK2 are great choices for serious gamers, and recently Zowie re-released these specific models to get around the infamous 15 m/s click delay.

The FK1 is a bit on the smaller side, so if you have larger hands than an FK2 would make the most sense. Though, the Zowie FK1 is a nice choice as it includes practical IR-LEd illumination, which is both appealing and strengthens your ability to locate buttons or your macros quickly during use. It also has an updated surface for comfort and stability, along with 24 (rather than 16) steps on it’s scrolling wheel. It is also worth noting that both the original FK and the FK2014 that were redeveloped and released to get around clicking "bugs" still use the same, Avago 3090 sensor. The FK1 is also a great choice if you do a lot of gripping or “clawing” during gaming.
The FK2 is unique because it is an Ambidextrous designed gaming mouse, includes Huano switches, and uses an Avago 3310 optical sensor which is very popular among gamers. Given its capability of changing your DPI on-the-fly it remains a popular hit with those that frequently play FPS. It also has an adjustable polling rate, which maximizes customizability in it's response time, and reaction force. Though, as mentioned earlier it's a bit on the smaller side, and the seemingly "mediocre" scroll-wheel design can take away from the enjoyment of using this gaming sensor mouse technology. It also has small side-buttons, which can be a downside for those with larger hands and fingers.

вторник, 20 февраля 2018 г.

Zowie EC1-A sensor review: native dpi, polling rate, performance

Zowie EC1-A sensor

The EC-1 A Zowie Gaming Sensor technology mouse is an excellent choice for gaming, is ergonomic, and designed for right-handed users. And with an Avago 3310 optical sensor which allows you to push up to 3200dpi, reaction force and modification abilities are optimal to say the least. With 5 buttons it's perfect for gaming, designating macros, and it doesn't require any software which adds to overall ‘out of the box’ convenience and use. It also allows DPI alterations during gameplay and can be selected to run at intervals of 400 (great for games like DOTA 2), 800, 1600, and of course 3200dpi.
The Zowie EC1-A gaming mouse sensor also allows customizability to adjust your USB report rate from 125, 500, and a maximum of 1000Hz. It’s also designed to work both on a Windows or Mac PC, which is a nice added flexibility for gamers using different systems.

One downside for gamers, however, is that the DPI settings are on the bottom of the mouse, so this can be a little frustrating. Albeit, its' a very simple solution to a gaming sensor technology and mouse, so for those just getting started, or looking to test out the Zowie gaming mouse models this is an ideal product to go with.

Overall, most gamers that frequent LAN-parties will find the Zowie EC1-A to be a perfect solution to just plug-n-play, and even though it doesn't include any driver software, the reality for many gamers is that beyond initial setup, most will not find themselves very frequently adjusting these performance elements of their gaming mouse. Also, few gamers have complained about the "pre-travel" due to the forward side button, although many gamers have enjoyed and still desire Huano side-buttons, so, to each their own.

A4Tech X7 F3 sensor review

A4Tech X7 F3 sensor

If you're looking for the best gaming sensor technology on the market, then chances are A4Tech's X7 F3 top of the line gaming sensor is the ultimate, premium grade choice for you. It has a very high response of 3000 CPI, and with 160kb memory is great for programming and using macros “on-the-go”.

The A4 X7 F3 gaming mouserelies on a trusted PixArt sensor and has fantastic tracking, with perfect control speeds of around 3 m/s, with minimal "noise" when playing FPS. Considered an "entry level" gaming sensor, the performance matches what it's designed to do, and albeit not as powerful as a gaming sensor like the A3090, it definitely tops the A3050 gaming sensor technology.
This mouse gaming sensor has been trusted and is popularly used in gaming mice such as the SS Kana, Zowie Mico, and the Kinzu v2 all premium quality gaming mice.

The A4 Tech X7 F3 gaming sensor can take some getting used to, though, as the adjustable dpi goes from around 200gpi to 1800dpi in around 200dpi intervals, and then ultimately has the capacity to jump to 3000dpi. However, on the bright side, the X and Y axis dpi can be modified separately, which is a big perk. Last but not least, the setpoint equivalent is easy to use and understand, and if you switch modes while playing it can be exited with ease, which ensures the custom bindings of the mouse.

A4Tech F7 sensor review


If you've heard about or experienced the X7 gaming mouse series, then you'll know that purchasing a mouse like the A4tech X7 F7 is optimal for mid to high-level gaming.

The A4 F7 gaming sensor mouse has been hailed to deliver total control while playing FPS, and its V-Track technology is one of a kind, delivering more accuracy than a laser engine mouse. This is very desirable for playing both MMORPG’s and FPS because it enables you to click, point, and trigger to fire your weapon or “spells” and other resources with ease, and not have to worry about ‘misclicking’ costing you a round, or even “sudden-death” during your gaming experience.

For anyone tired of poor performance gaming mice, the A4 X7 undoubtedly takes gaming technology to a new level. The X4 F7 was also built for consistent, and precise tracking to maximize gaming experience. In this model, A4Tech has also added technology to remove any "jump bugs" experienced in previous sensor technology and similar models.
The A4Tech F7 gaming sensor is seen in most gaming mice with around 10 keys, and has a very impressive frequency survey of approximately1000 Hz, which means a rapid response, and adjustable speeds without ‘jumping’, or inaccuracies.

It's 3600 dpi resolution optical sensor puts it above competing products, and the A4Tech F7 is a popular pick for those who use gaming mice like the F7 Snake – which is one of the most popular gaming mice also using this gaming mouse sensor technology.