Qpad: DX-20 Pro
Qpad might not be a known name for gamers, but produces things like headsets and mice for a lot of other brands. With the DX-20 Pro they also release a gaming mouse under their own name. The manufacturer states they were inspired by the Microsoft Intellimouse of old. They also claim absolute absence of acceleration.
While a lot of gaming mice are only for right handed people, if you prefer your left hand you can also use the DX-20 Pro. At the bottom we find rgb-lighting that is comparable with the lighting found on the Creative mouse. Because of the fairly high lift-off distance this mouse is less suited for low-sense use.
We know the used Avage ADNS-3320 sensor from the Xornet II, a Cooler Master mouse that costs less than 35 dollars. The performance is disappointing: the mouse suffers from acceleration on several surfaces and does not work at all at using the highest dpi on some mouse pads. On the mouse pad with a smooth texture we see the best results, but these are not exactly impressive.