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Originally Posted by CPate View Post

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.

Yes, the newer Avago sensors have many strengths over the sensor used in the G400/G400s but the one flaw that prevents the sensor from qualifying for your own "delta zero technology" flushes all of the strengths down the drain.

Most people don't need the IPS gain.

Most people don't need 5700 DPI.
post #22 of 243
lol...
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A sensor that properly tracks hand movement is left to their lower end mice.
I'm quite happy with this, I have affordable mouse with sensor better than those fancy high end mice wink.gif .
post #24 of 243
@derp Marketing today isn't about making an high quality, good spec product which people need (applies to all goods), it's about making a product people will buy....

I got suckered into buying an a4tech x718 over mx518 years ago just because it had more dpi (400 gay stupid, useless interpolated dpi). It actually turned out to be an excellent buy, but not for the assumed reasons. Things would have paned out even better if I discarded mx518 and x718 as possibilities, and got two of mx300's for the same price (store had a handful still in storage).

I hope you see my point...
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Hi. Happy to hear Logitech declares new mice and keyboards, and I hope they could low down the lift of distance of G400s. I just found out that my G400 has 2-3 cd lift of distance. I currently use G400 with Steel Series 4HD. How to low down the lift of distance by adding another mouse feet right? What fine mouse feet could you please recommend? Thanks.

By the way, $60 for a new G400 version could be little high, I think.
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@derp Marketing today isn't about making an high quality, good spec product which people need (applies to all goods), it's about making a product people will buy....

So making a product look favorable to idiots? Okay.
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post #27 of 243
I just hope the G100s sensor tracks correctly and won't jump pixels like the G300 sensor.
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post #28 of 243
Well I just bit the bullet and pre-ordered a G100s, so I will try to do a thorough review on it once it arrives (whenever that will be, any hints CPate?).
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Well I just bit the bullet and pre-ordered a G100s, so I will try to do a thorough review on it once it arrives (whenever that will be, any hints CPate?).
From the press release:
Each of these products is expected to be available in the U.S. beginning in April 2013 and in Europe beginning May 2013.
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I might be mistaken but I thought in the last thread it was supposed to be mid-late April.
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