Mionix Feeds New Naos 8200 Gaming Mouse a 32-bit ARM Chip

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Exarkun1138

I'll stick with my Logitech G5 Mouse, thank you. Still a fantastic mouse!

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DiamondBack

I had to look up Schipperke... now I can say with confidence that they are cute

oh right.. mouse something...

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Paul_Lilly

Cute and mischevious (don't be fooled by Lady Morgan's puppy dog eyes):

Lady Morgan

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avenger48

I would rather they made either a wireless or lefty version of the 5000 (my current mouse), but I'm sure it will be lovely, just like my 5000 is. I'm guessing the shell will be exactly the same as the 5000, just with new innards?

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Scatter

I've come to the conclusion that we're going to discover life on another planet before someone releases a neutral handed wireless gaming mouse. You'd think that there would be plenty to choose from but apparently it must be really really hard for some reason.

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Nixon

Anyone know a good liquid cooling heat sink for mouse over clocking? :P

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beta212

This is overkill, I think a z80 would be more than enough for a small task like this. Maybe it's just trying to ride on the hype of ARM?

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Brett Schealler

hmm... not really THAT much of an improvement... I've gotta say though, I really, really like my Naos 5000. Most comfortable palm mouse I have ever known. If only it could be wireless, it would perfect for my laptop.

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limitbreaker

There was a time that a CPU of that relative power would have been considered a full pc.

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Happy

Interesting. Soon everything will have a chip in it.

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JCGPZ9

Nothing new really, Steel Series has a 32-bit processor in their Sensei lineup. Also, it's just marketing as many programmable mice nowadays come with some sort of processor on-board. Just head on over to Overclock.net forums for more info.

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whr4usa

only the original sensei and the MLG edition though...

...the original is amazing; using it now, still havn't learned all of its usable secrets yet haha

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