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: 200-8200 DPI; 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.

 

2 Comments

  • Skulker
    September 11, 2017 - 9:38 pm | Permalink

    Hello, What are your sources for the native dpi numbers eg. 1800? Thank you.

    • Andrew
      September 18, 2017 - 1:31 pm | Permalink

      from datasheet

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