Logitech G100s Vs. ThermalTake Azurues

G100s Azurues
G100s Azurues
Specification: 
No. of Buttons: 33
No. of Macro Keys: none
No. of Game Profiles: 0none
Connection: USBUSB, gold plated
Cable length: 2m1.8m braided
Wireless: No
Battery: N/A
Colour: BlackBlack
Ambidextrous: YesYes
Coating: Industrial rubber coating
Software: Logitech Gaming Software
Weights: NoYes, 3 x 4.5g
Switch: 
Feet: 
Sensor: 
Type: OpticalOptical
Brand: AM010 N1301T/N1303TAvago
Model: ADNS-3080
Processor: 
Lift off distance: 
DPI/CPI: 250 dpi - 2500 dpi1600
Memory Size: none
Max tracking speed: up to 120 inches
Max acceleration: 20 G
Response time: 
FPS: 
NVIDIA Reflex: No
Lighting: 
Colour Options: No
Lighting Effect: Nopause - break
Dimensions & Weight: 
Dimension (LxWxH): 116.75 x 62.50 x 38.34 mm130 x 70 x 30mm
Weight (grams): 110.5 g
Weight w/o cable: 
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G100s


The G100s by Logitech uses an Optical sensor from AM010 N1301T/N1303T, providing a DPI/CPI range of 250 dpi - 2500 dpi. This results in a tracking speed of up to 120 inches, and a maximum acceleration of 20 G. It uses a USB connection. The G100s is considered to be an ambidextrous mouse.

Azurues


The Azurues by ThermalTake uses an Optical sensor from Avago, specifically the ADNS-3080, providing a DPI/CPI range reaching up to 1600dpi. It uses a USB, gold plated connection with a 1.8m braided cable. The Azurues is considered to be an ambidextrous mouse.