Originally Posted by viowastaken
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.
That's pretty much why I swapped G100 top plate a few pages back. There is plastic vinyl inserts on top of each switch. Removing them isn't even an option as there isn't enough leverage to actuate. Mine actually started "squeaking" every once and awhile on mouse 2. (dominant switch for me).
Both G400s and G100s have this new "feature". Click feeling on original G100 and G400 is much more defined.. nicer feedback.
Yeah, I always hated G100/G400 cord. Both are thin and stiff... It's annoying.
Edit: You can frakenmouse both G100's like I did, but the click problem shouldn't be an issue in the first place.
Originally Posted by Arc0s
I had to stop using my g100s since it was giving me unbelievable pain in the palm of my hand, the only mouse that has caused this before was the zowie am; so I think mouse that are too narrow are a no go for me. I wish there was a way to put a decent sensor inside an Intellimouse optical shell.
Zowie AM also cramps my hand due to its narrow size. G100S is quite good for me, though.Edited by Skylit - 4/2/13 at 8:18pm