Mionix NAOS & AVIOR 7000 Review 4

Mionix NAOS & AVIOR 7000 Review

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Mionix is a gaming peripheral company that hardly needs an introduction. Known for upping the comfort and performance of modern high-performance gaming mice, it seems as though they have done so yet again. As a trait, brilliant ergonomics probably best describe Mionix's designs, and their new AVIOR and NAOS iterations are no exceptions. The 7000 nomenclature describes the company's move away from the positive-acceleration-ridden Avago ADNS-9x00 series and to the brand new ADNS-3310. The 3310 is an IR-LED sensor that bears some resemblance to the outstanding 3090, but the 3310 has also been beefed up in terms of specifications, both when it comes to tracking speed and resolution.

We take the new 3310-equipped NAOS and AVIOR for a spin to see whether they are worth the money.


  • ADNS – 3310 gaming grade IR-LED optical sensor up to 7000DPI
  • MAX tracking speed of at least 5.45m/sec (215 IPS)
  • No positive or negative hardware acceleration
  • Adjustable Lift Off Distance
These are the key differences between the 7000-series mice and their older versions. The new sensor has no negative or positive acceleration bugs.
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