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post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 
Can somebody tell me how big this Mouse exactly is?

Is it comparable with a G400 but only symmetrical?

Does somebody now the exact Size in mm?

I just got an eye since a week on this Mouse and didn't even new such a symmertical Shape from Logitech like the MX 310 existed.

They are still easy to catch over ebay and even amazon.

So who knows a bit about this Mouse?

I am wondering those Logitech Chiefs didn't made a Sequel to this Mouse.

I mean this Mouse looks clearly better than the new G100s and is at least a bit ergonomic for a symmtrical one.
post #2 of 14
Size : 66(W)X122(L)X36(H) mm
DPI : 800DPI Gaming Optical
Fase Image Process : 4.5 Mega pixcels per sec
From this seller on ebay

If the size is true, then its on the bigger side. Still not a palm mouse but easy to claw without cramping like it's with the G100s. Though the width might suggest that palm is possible. I wonder.

The old Logitech G1 has 5,8 Mega pixels per sec. 4,5 is low, but if it can be overclocked to 500hz, that may make up for it somewhat. Maybe it's tracking performance is the same as the G100s. Just my thoughts.
Edited by Jalal - 6/7/13 at 4:23am
post #3 of 14
Thread Starter 
Thx to you.

Hm not the optimum Size I wished it would be. If that Mouse would have the length, width and height of a G400 I would make a tribble Instantbuy. XD
post #4 of 14
I have one. I don't care for the shape.

Forces my hand into a specific palm grip. Clawing is awkward


@ above. Processing power is actually 4.72, but shares the same architecture. In fact, they use the same branded S2020 IC. G1 just operates at a higher registry. Frame rate itself will to operate on a dynamic principle regardless unless forced.

IPS wise, 8 bit limitation @ 125hz. Performs rather well boosted. The mouse won't do 800 DPI on anything but windows XP/2000. Needs mouseware driver to trigger 800 dpi registry.. which isn't available on Vista and higher OS'

Compared to G400, Mx310 lays more flat at a downward angle once you're over the hump.
post #5 of 14
Thread Starter 
Thx Guys, so I am aware of a missbuy after those Infos. smile.gif

edit: It could be so easy and nice, but one day such a Mouse I imagine will enter the market. ^^
Edited by mousefan - 6/7/13 at 4:58am
post #6 of 14
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

I have one. I don't care for the shape.

Forces my hand into a specific palm grip. Clawing is awkward


@ above. Processing power is actually 4.72, but shares the same architecture. In fact, they use the same branded S2020 IC. G1 just operates at a higher registry. Frame rate itself will to operate on a dynamic principle regardless unless forced.

IPS wise, 8 bit limitation @ 125hz. Performs rather well boosted. The mouse won't do 800 DPI on anything but windows XP/2000. Needs mouseware driver to trigger 800 dpi registry.. which isn't available on Vista and higher OS'

Compared to G400, Mx310 lays more flat at a downward angle once you're over the hump.

May i ask at what dpi does it work in windows 7 (400 i presume)? What speed does enotus report when usb rate is overclocked?
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post #7 of 14
400.

I believe its around 4 m/s without being limited by data restriction of 8 bit path. (Higher polling to compensate)

I don't have access to a PC atm.
post #8 of 14
Dude you're holding back on some crucial information. Would have saved me $100 if you disclosed this before, but then again I wouldn't have tried my current mouse (which I love, just FYI)...
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post #9 of 14
~3.5 m/s with a qck iirc. I can tell you exactly in a couple of hours, mine is atm not assembled. tongue.gif
post #10 of 14
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Dude you're holding back on some crucial information. Would have saved me $100 if you disclosed this before, but then again I wouldn't have tried my current mouse (which I love, just FYI)...

Sorry. Anything else I may have or had that you would like to know?
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