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post #41 of 243
The granularity I am able to provide for initial shipments is still April for US, and starting in May for Europe. Specific dates are impossible to deliver accurately, particularly on a per-country basis. Sites that claim a particular day are more likely to be incorrect than not. Those dates are not provided by Logitech. Some places may have some products early or late depending on when they actually shipped from the factory.
Edited by CPate - 3/27/13 at 5:36am
post #42 of 243
I'm tempted to get one since I have amazon prime and could have it by tomorrow very cheaply, but I just can't justify pulling the trigger on a $40 mouse with no side buttons. I'm just too dependent on at very least 2 extra buttons.

The shape/size/weight look great, but I just can't get past no side buttons.
post #43 of 243
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Originally Posted by CPate View Post

The granularity I am able to provide for initial shipments is still April for US, and starting in May for Europe. Specific dates are impossible to deliver accurately, particularly on a per-country basis. Sites that claim a particular day are more likely to be incorrect than not. Those dates are not provided by Logitech. Some places may have some products early or late depending on when they actually shipped from the factory.

I just bought mine from Amazon from logitech, and they(you?) are saying it's in stock and will be at my door on apr 1.

Are you suggesting that this is not the case? or is the time limit you are referring to only relevant for sales outlets in europe?
post #44 of 243
If you bought it from Amazon, then it was purchased from Amazon - not Logitech. If they already have it in stock and can ship it, then it's accurate. Amazon is pretty good about displaying inventory on hand, and if they say it will be at your house on April 1 it's probably accurate. They also act as a storefront for other online retailers that don't necessarily have similar visibility into their actual stock. If they don't have it in stock yet, it's likely that a specific date will be incorrect. I have no ability to tell what retailers have which products in what quantities at any given point in time.

The only point I'm trying to make is that I can't say "oh yeah that will be available everywhere on April 12" or whatever because there are too many variables to consider.
Edited by CPate - 3/27/13 at 6:46am
post #45 of 243
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If you bought it from Amazon, then it was purchased from Amazon - not Logitech. If they already have it in stock and can ship it, then it's accurate. Amazon is pretty good about displaying inventory on hand, and if they say it will be at your house on April 1 it's probably accurate. They also act as a storefront for other online retailers that don't necessarily have similar visibility into their actual stock. If they don't have it in stock yet, it's likely that a specific date will be incorrect. I have no ability to tell what retailers have which products in what quantities at any given point in time.

The only point I'm trying to make is that I can't say "oh yeah that will be available everywhere on April 12" or whatever because there are too many variables to consider.

Thanks, that's what I thought, just wanted to double check.

Of course it's nearly impossible to make a blanket statement on availability.
post #46 of 243
There are many many people who do not believe me when I tell them I can't know when the MicroMart in Fargo, ND will have both G400s and G510s in stock.
post #47 of 243
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There are many many people who do not believe me when I tell them I can't know when the MicroMart in Fargo, ND will have both G400s and G510s in stock.

What!? UMPOSSIBLE! wink.gif

It looks like amazon has a small quantity of G100s (6 or so as of writing) and G400s (6 of those as well) if people are interested.
post #48 of 243
lol, I'm done with Logitech mice now, amusing read the last few pages.

I would of loved a G9x replacement, I've held off buying another mouse for a couple of years, G9x with G400 sensor as others mentioned would of been perfect. Guess it's time to step over to the dark side, razer.. frown.gif
post #49 of 243
Order placed on G100s from Amazon, estimated delivery March 29. Can't wait to try it. biggrin.gif
post #50 of 243
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lol, I'm done with Logitech mice now, amusing read the last few pages.

I would of loved a G9x replacement, I've held off buying another mouse for a couple of years, G9x with G400 sensor as others mentioned would of been perfect. Guess it's time to step over to the dark side, razer.. frown.gif
How can you like the G9? The grips start wobbling after a few changes and you completely lose the feel, absolutely horrible.
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