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holy hell 8200 dpi, Dayum
and then what? you gonna buy that **** now and tell your friends you got 8200 dpi? it means nothing.
post #12 of 243
The G100s looks like the perfect mouse for me, I wish it had onboard memory but it's not a big deal if it performs well. If the sensor performs well, I'm buying atleast one G100s thumb.gif

How do the mousefeet look, does anyone have a picture/video of that?
post #13 of 243
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Originally Posted by Ginyan View Post

How do the mousefeet look, does anyone have a picture/video of that?

Since they are reusing the old shell (G100) that was released in China/Korea, I'll assume they are also reusing the same mouse feet.
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The picture above is G100 on the left and G1 on the right.
post #14 of 243
A new G9x with the G400 sensor would be the real improvement here.
Shame logitech decided to revamp their G500 and G700 instead, both terrible for gaming IMO.
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post #15 of 243
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A new G9x with the G400 sensor would be the real improvement here.
Shame logitech decided to revamp their G500 and G700 instead, both terrible for gaming IMO.

That would be cool but it won't happen with Logitech's beliefs (and everyone else with mice for sale except Zowie). G9x was an expensive mouse with lots of features which means a sloppy laser sensor and high DPI catered to morons that don't notice it and are willing to pay twice as much. Cpate's excuse for this in the now deleted thread is that the morons are happy with the sensor so that's that.thumb.gif

A sensor that properly tracks hand movement is left to their lower end mice.
post #16 of 243
What I said was that the vast majority of people who buy mice like G500 and G700 are happy and comfortable with the tracking on those mice and changing the sensor can negatively affect their experience of the product - not a good practice. Additionally, changing from a sensor that maxes at 5700 CPI, tracks at 160+ IPS/30G, and has native 100 CPI steps to a sensor that tracks at a lower max speed, lower max accel, lower CPI, and fewer native CPI steps is going to appear to be a massive downgrade to the vast majority of people.
Edited by CPate - 3/24/13 at 2:12pm
post #17 of 243
If they don't know/care about acceleration, I seriously doubt they'd care about max tracking speed or CPI steps.
post #18 of 243
Most people have information from the box or the retailer's site to guide them, not sites like OCN. So all they can do is compare those stats side-by-side with other products.
post #19 of 243
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What I said was that the vast majority of people who buy mice like G500 and G700 are happy and comfortable with the tracking on those mice and changing the sensor can negatively affect their experience of the product - not a good practice. Additionally, changing from a sensor that maxes at 5700 CPI, tracks at 160+ IPS/30G, and has native 100 CPI steps to a sensor that tracks at a lower max speed, lower max accel, lower CPI, and fewer native CPI steps is going to appear to be a massive downgrade to the vast majority of people.

Then disguise them as "budget" cheaper versions (something like the Sensei Raw but not quite).
If such G9x variant appeared, maybe no onboard memory or extra stuff, at a lower price... just the thought of it makes many people drool around here.
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Get Avago to fix the 9800's acceleration.
    
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