Inside the Level 10 M Advanced
We got further into the Level 10 M Advanced then we ever did before, but still one section stumped us. The top requires many screws to be removed, as well as feet and the stickers, voiding your warranty, but we were able to remove the top to dig into the main section of this mouse.
The PCB is not easily removed, so we could not verify the maker of the white switches for the page forward and page back buttons. The 5-axis switch uses a flatter pad style switch, and again the name is out of view.
On the main PCB, we found the laser sensor in charge of all movements and being doubled via software; this 8200 DPI sensor now produces 16,000 DPI. We have seen the Avago ADNS 9800 many times, and only a few times now has it been rated this fast.
This design also boasts a 32-bit ARM processor in control of everything this mouse does, and how that corresponds to the PC it is connected to. For those who need to know, we found the Sonin SN32F248FG MCU used, and again, we have seen this offered in other high-end mice, and it is quite capable.
We could not open the front section of the top portion of the mouse, and thus, could not verify the 50-million click version of Omron switches, but they surely feel like Omron switches, no doubt there. So we put everything back together, and once we powered it on, all of the LED zones are illuminated red by default. Keep in mind, all of the LEDs, except those in the DPI indicators, can all be changed via software to any color you can come up with.
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