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post #181 of 2263
I can use the Mad Catz RAT TE on my Corsair MM200 cloth pad just fine. Only on 400dpi, though.
post #182 of 2263
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Design fails are always fun to look at.
post #183 of 2263
Just a fantasy of an ideal Logitech product lineup where all the unexpected hits/classic shapes finds their place in it.


G102 -- MX300 with AM010.
G202 -- LMO with AM010
G3xx -- Always been a lineup for experimental/novel shapes, so retaining the current lineup makes sense.
G403 -- G402 shape with 3366, essentially a minimalist version of G502.
G5xx -- is designated for Logitech's all-in flagship models, so leave this open for whatever they'll come up with.
G6xx -- has never been consistent in their designation. Better kill it off.
G7xx -- have traditionally always been designated for wireless g-mice.
G802 -- MX518 with AM010. Designate this lineup to keep the classic MX518 shape forever, with incremental sensor upgrades.
G903 -- G9x reboot with 3366. Just skip G902 altogether.
post #184 of 2263
G100x(treme) - MX300+3366+side buttons on the left side.
G518 - MX5xx+3366 (dat sniper button on G402 makes me cry).
post #185 of 2263
Quote:
Originally Posted by daniel0731ex View Post

Just a fantasy of an ideal Logitech product lineup where all the unexpected hits/classic shapes finds their place in it.


G102 -- MX300 with AM010.
G202 -- LMO with AM010
G3xx -- Always been a lineup for experimental/novel shapes, so retaining the current lineup makes sense.
G403 -- G402 shape with 3366, essentially a minimalist version of G502.
G5xx -- is designated for Logitech's all-in flagship models, so leave this open for whatever they'll come up with.
G6xx -- has never been consistent in their designation. Better kill it off.
G7xx -- have traditionally always been designated for wireless g-mice.
G802 -- MX518 with AM010. Designate this lineup to keep the classic MX518 shape forever, with incremental sensor upgrades.
G903 -- G9x reboot with 3366. Just skip G902 altogether.

Maybe you should run for the Head Manager of Design Division within Logitech because I see some models there, that I would buy a truck load of when they're introduced.
post #186 of 2263
Quote:
Originally Posted by daniel0731ex View Post

Just a fantasy of an ideal Logitech product lineup where all the unexpected hits/classic shapes finds their place in it.


G102 -- MX300 with AM010.
G202 -- LMO with AM010
G3xx -- Always been a lineup for experimental/novel shapes, so retaining the current lineup makes sense.
G403 -- G402 shape with 3366, essentially a minimalist version of G502.
G5xx -- is designated for Logitech's all-in flagship models, so leave this open for whatever they'll come up with.
G6xx -- has never been consistent in their designation. Better kill it off.
G7xx -- have traditionally always been designated for wireless g-mice.
G802 -- MX518 with AM010. Designate this lineup to keep the classic MX518 shape forever, with incremental sensor upgrades.
G903 -- G9x reboot with 3366. Just skip G902 altogether.

Needs more 3366. MX518 or G100s with 3366 would be sick. Reboot the MX518 with 3366, call it GX518 or MX518s and make room for truckloads of money, Logitech. I have so many friends who are still using their MX518, it's nuts.
post #187 of 2263
Uhh.... Anyone up for a WMO with a 3366.......

Kinzu with a 3366...?
post #188 of 2263
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Originally Posted by aerowalk30 View Post

Kinzu with a 3366...?
I would have done that if the G303 internals weren't such a pain in the ass. Now it's a Kinzu with 3090.
post #189 of 2263


The tumblrina of microswitches.
post #190 of 2263
Quote:
Originally Posted by RDno1 View Post

Needs more 3366. MX518 or G100s with 3366 would be sick. Reboot the MX518 with 3366, call it GX518 or MX518s and make room for truckloads of money, Logitech. I have so many friends who are still using their MX518, it's nuts.
No MX300 with a 3366?doh.gif
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