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post #121 of 243
The newer SROM doesn't just change CPI steps.

The "new" Logitech mice are just slightly more expensive versions of their lower priced mice. The changes are negligible for most of them. I don't understand why you think Logitech would spend (random number) $20,000 on changing a mouse that they originally don't charge very much for.

@Skylit

So 1000 CPI is the lowest native?
post #122 of 243
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Originally Posted by Anhedonique View Post

The mx518 design was terrible but I got really used to it, it stopped bothering me.
Wasn't so bad. Really durable shell, though, looked pristine after years of use. Can't say the same about modern mice.
post #123 of 243
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Originally Posted by Omega215d View Post

So the new shell feels nicer and makes a difference? How's the cable? I'm currently eyeing the G500s to replace my older G500 (after some price reductions of course) due to the newer shell and hopefully some other improvements as well. That DPI count is not an improvement... (in before the elitists)

Umm, I meant I prefer the older top plate compared to newer one. The cables on G400/G100 are the same as predecessors.

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@Skylit

So 1000 CPI is the lowest native?

In terms of individual registries, not sure.
Edited by Skylit - 3/30/13 at 11:00pm
post #124 of 243
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

The newer SROM doesn't just change CPI steps.

The "new" Logitech mice are just slightly more expensive versions of their lower priced mice. The changes are negligible for most of them. I don't understand why you think Logitech would spend (random number) $20,000 on changing a mouse that they originally don't charge very much for.

@Skylit

So 1000 CPI is the lowest native?

I think they just got a cheaper provider for this "features" (all the changes are related to coating and shell). Maybe the company that did provide the shells and coating broke down or something like that.
post #125 of 243
Logitech rep just told me the g700s would probably be shipping at the end of april.
post #126 of 243
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Originally Posted by booo View Post

If we send our Logitech G400 for RMA, would we get the new logitech series G400 or the old g400?

I kinda want to know if logitech used thicker cables or braided cable on their new g400?

if not, i'll get the bst mouse since g400 was free anyways..

I stopped procrastinating and finally sent my G400 for RMA when I saw the new line. I dislike the new looks so much I'd rather get the old one as a replacement. It's already in the mail and I'm sure it's the old one since new ones won't be available over here in a while.
post #127 of 243
Where can i buy Logitech G100s in germany?
post #128 of 243
The G100s honestly has the worst cable I've ever used. Worse than the IMO/IME cords. Is it expensive to have a nice flexible cable?
post #129 of 243
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Originally Posted by end0rphine View Post

The G100s honestly has the worst cable I've ever used. Worse than the IMO/IME cords. Is it expensive to have a nice flexible cable?

Mouse bungee? I know the stiffness will still play a role, but a lesser one with cable management.

I've been waiting for a lightweight mouse with high PCS and no prediction. The other downsides I'll live with.

I draw a comparison of this mouse on paper to the Zowie MiCo with higher PCS and without prediction.
post #130 of 243
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Originally Posted by Swaggerfeld View Post

Mouse bungee? I know the stiffness will still play a role, but a lesser one with cable management.

I've been waiting for a lightweight mouse with high PCS and no prediction. The other downsides I'll live with.

I draw a comparison of this mouse on paper to the Zowie MiCo with higher PCS and without prediction.

The cord itself is too thin to fit into my bungee so I just placed a weight over it. It's a perfectly fine mouse otherwise though. Great switch feeling, good scroll wheel, good weight. The cord is just a step away though.
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