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post #11 of 15
Do not get confused between the G400 and the G400s. The cord problem present in the g400 has been noted by logitech and the g400s now has a slightly more buffered cord to prevent the problem faced with its predecessor. I'm using a g400s myself and so far nothing's wrong with the cord. The new series of logitech gaming mice were only released recently in March, however, so you can wait and see if the same problems are popping up with the g400s. If you ask me, just get the g400s, I think it fulfills all the requirements you want. Tracks up to 4.58 m/s at 400dpi and is pretty much suited for palm grip. has a perfect sensor with no issues listed and 3 year warranty.

Oh, and if your cord breaks and you can't send it in for warranty, you can fix the cord yourself by taking the g400/g400s apart and pulling out the usb cable, and replacing it with the cable from any other wired logitech mouse like an m90. The mouse will function completely fine after that, and if you destroy your mouse feet while trying to pry them out to get to the mouse's screws (which can be avoided if you use a sharp knife to carefully pry the stickers off the base), you can always order a replacement set from puretrak or corepad for cheap
Edited by Retrollgrade - 7/28/13 at 8:06am
post #12 of 15
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Does the G400s feel larger when you palm it compared to the Deathadder or EC1?
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by Draulius View Post

Does the G400s feel larger when you palm it compared to the Deathadder or EC1?

no, it's 1/4 narrower than DA and EC1
Edited by Berserker1 - 7/28/13 at 12:41pm
post #14 of 15
Thread Starter 
Anyone have anything bad to say about the Ikari Optical?
post #15 of 15
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Originally Posted by Tsubakii View Post

Naos has anglesnapping issues and the G400 isn't very durable (the cord breaks fast, especially if you use a low sensitivity) and won't be a very comfortable shape if you're trying to hold it the same way as an IME 3.0 or a deathadder

the zowie EC1/EC2 evo is fine, like a durable IME/deathadder but its dpi step is 500

That problem with the G400 is now fixed with the newer models.

Zowie EC eVo CPI steps are 450, 1150, 2300.
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