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Thread: Reviews - Mionix Avior 7000 and Naos 7000

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    Reviews - Mionix Avior 7000 and Naos 7000

    Outfitted with the ADNS-3310 gaming-grade optical sensor.
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    Re: Reviews - Mionix Avior 7000 and Naos 7000

    After using laser for a long while and going back to optical just before Christmas I don't think I will ever go back to laser unless something major changes.

    No one really needs the high DPI that lasers have and most people who game use a mouse mat anyway so the surface compatibility is a somewhat moot point. On the other hand optical is more accurate, has no acceleration, has lower lift off distances, has less jitter, etc. Really no reason to use a laser.

    OT: These look like nice mice if I hadn't recently purchased a Steelseries Rival I would definitely be considering the Naos.

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