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Im glad to see their not leaving as many people do like their products, but for me there just not quite right considering the price point, I still own the initial ones I bought but wont be looking to replace with them... if they lowered their prices they would easily increase sales.

Hope someone does something with the Harmony line when its up for sale.
post #92 of 94
Give me a G19 with Mechanical Keys, a G13 with Mechanical Keys, G930's with 50mm drivers and a lighter and better weight distributed G700 with the laser of a G9X and I will gladly buy each product if they have Logitech's normal quality and software support. (Just a note about the G700; I found all the weight at the back of the mouse where the battery is to be rather annoying)

It's scary how Razer takes on so much fan feedback yet I hear nothing from Logitech. If only Razer's gear was slightly more of a higher quality. I've had my Mamba 2012 for over a year now and while it's holding together quite well, the Onza has finally started to crack under pressure. Plus I don't like the hair triggers on the Razer mice, too easy to accidentally press and it's taken some time to get used to.
     
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Been buying Logitech for years. Great brand. Hope things turn out for the better for them biggrin.gif
    
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Why don't they start making some gamepads where the right analog stick is replaced by a trackball. I bet a lot of people would want those... and maybe add several smaller buttons in the middle of the pad.

and they should start selling some comfy ass chairs to go along with their gamepads...maybe add some buttons on it through bluetooth, fully re-programmable i dunno. I'm currently enjoying Tera online using a low quality PS3 controller. I'm on a PvE server, so the sluggishness of the inaccurate analog sticks acting as a mouse pointer does not bother me too much. And it's just so comfortably for a change from all the mouse-keyboard usage.

All it needs is good marketing and thoughtful ergonomic designs.

I could buy an AlphaGrip but it is over 100 dollars and looks redundant (there are buttons underneath the pad!!).
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