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Imagine it. A mouse with the shape of a Sensei but a sensor of a G400/DeathAdder. SteelSeries better come out with this wink.gif
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Imagine it. A mouse with the shape of a Sensei but a sensor of a G400/DeathAdder. SteelSeries better come out with this wink.gif
This would be good, but it should skip the 3090/3095 and use a variant like the 3988 with better interpolation, unlike Razer's.
Edited by L4dd - 3/22/13 at 1:29pm
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...my dream...
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This would be good, but it should skip the 3090/3095 and use a variant like the 3988 with better interpolation, unlike Razer's.

Yes, I agree. If they did do that, it'd be the perfect mouse for me and many others.
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This would be good, but it should skip the 3090/3095 and use a variant like the 3988 with better interpolation, unlike Razer's.

Not possible. A3090 is currently the highest public end SKU.

Exclusive models to go both Logitech and Razer as they purchase the most hardware.
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...my dream...

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Yes please.
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Not possible. A3090 is currently the highest public end SKU.

Exclusive models to go both Logitech and Razer as they purchase the most hardware.
Do you think that Logitech might make a 3988 competitor?
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That would color me very interested.

I see the SS ambidextrous shape as the perfection, but their sensor choice is not for me.
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Do you think that Logitech might make a 3988 competitor?

They are making one, they have some new g400s and other "s" series mice coming soon.
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