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post #131 of 243
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Originally Posted by end0rphine View Post

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.

Is it bad due to it being stiff like steelseries **** braided cables or just "bad" because it did not fit your bungee?

Cord on mice like G400/DA 3G is perfect, I see no reason for braided crap, as long as the cord is flexible. The thinner the better.

Good to hear about the G100s, gonna pick one up the second they come available here in Sweden.
post #132 of 243
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

Is it bad due to it being stiff like steelseries **** braided cables or just "bad" because it did not fit your bungee?

Cord on mice like G400/DA 3G is perfect, I see no reason for braided crap, as long as the cord is flexible. The thinner the better.

Good to hear about the G100s, gonna pick one up the second they come available here in Sweden.

No it's just a thin rubber cable, but its really stiff. Imagine a bundle of wires that are tied in an overlapping fashion. I could bend the wire in one way, and it'll stay like that for some time.
post #133 of 243
Cool that more people are getting their G100s. Mine is ETA today, which may mean as late as tomorrow.

End0rphine: The abyssus chord was also very thin, what I did to fit that in my mouse bungee was to do a few loops of electric-tape around it where it would fit in the bungee. This made it sit very nicely in there. YMMV. Right now I'm using the razer bungee which has a very slim cable hole. I'm thinking the g100s chord will fit fine in there, but time will tell.


I'm also getting a new G9x some time this week (lol, where's that mouse-aholic confessions thread again) so this should be an interesting week in gaming.
post #134 of 243
Sigh..

Well I got my mouse today, and i'll be RMA'ing it as soon as I can.

The mouse2 click is completely soggy, as if there was two pieces of tape blocking the connection to the switch. The mouse 1 click is fine and feels like the first g100 did.

The shape and sensor feel fine, but the CHORD oh my god the chord. What in Gods good name did they make this thing out of? It literally feels like it is a wire. If you bend it a way, it stays that way. It has no flex, and using a mouse bungee with it is indeed not possible. You can't push into it at all.

The word disappointed simply doesn't cover the feeling I have right now. I wonder if it is possible to attatch the G100 chord to this instead... Skylit, thoughts?

Either way I'm thinking I'll return it asap. Mouse2 doesn't work and the chord is hands down the worst I've ever seen in any mouse in my 15+ years of gaming and buying gaming mice.

It's unbelievably frustrating to think that small stupid things like this completely ruin what could otherwise have been a really good mouse. Honestly, does logitech even test products before selling them? I can't imagine a single gamer using this mouse and not reacting to how horrible the cable is.
post #135 of 243
^^

So i stay with my Kinzuadder, once again....rolleyes.gif
post #136 of 243
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Originally Posted by v4mp1 View Post

^^

So i stay with my Kinzuadder, once again....rolleyes.gif

Yes. If you have a functioning kinzuadder you would be bat**** crazy to replace it with this mouse.
post #137 of 243
Why do you not build yourself one?
post #138 of 243
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Originally Posted by v4mp1 View Post

Why do you not build yourself one?

I don't have a kinzu. I'm half-assedly working on a mx300-adder smile.gif
post #139 of 243
Good luck on your mx300-adder smile.gif
post #140 of 243
is there any good tutorial out there building these custom mice? like kinzuadder for example
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