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post #981 of 1929
i don't know how much the avior weighs but personally i'd like a much, much lighter mouse. half the weight or more preferrably.
post #982 of 1929
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i don't know how much the avior weighs but personally i'd like a much, much lighter mouse. half the weight or more preferrably.
It's 100g, what I'd term "medium."
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post #983 of 1929
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i don't know how much the avior weighs but personally i'd like a much, much lighter mouse. half the weight or more preferrably.

You could check the zowie FK, it's around 88/90g if I recall correctly.
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post #984 of 1929
Anyone know how much the G502 weighs? I'm strongly considering purchasing it if it grips nice in my hand because to be honest I'm grown tired of the Avior 7000. A bit too big for my liking and a bit too much weight. Sensor is fine but it'd be interesting to see if my flick shots improve in CS with the G502.
post #985 of 1929
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Anyone know how much the G502 weighs? I'm strongly considering purchasing it if it grips nice in my hand because to be honest I'm grown tired of the Avior 7000. A bit too big for my liking and a bit too much weight. Sensor is fine but it'd be interesting to see if my flick shots improve in CS with the G502.

G502 is 121-126g EMPTY depending on how honestly it's weighed. 121g was provided by Logitech but that was with them opening up the mouse and then unplugging and removing the cable including the stress relief. If the Avior was too heavy, this thing will be a brick. It's a stupidly heavy mouse.

If you want a lighter mouse you should be looking into the zowie FK or AM or the new 2014 Abyssus or even the Kana V2 if you can get one.
Edited by Derp - 6/24/14 at 1:33pm
post #986 of 1929
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Anyone know how much the G502 weighs? I'm strongly considering purchasing it if it grips nice in my hand because to be honest I'm grown tired of the Avior 7000. A bit too big for my liking and a bit too much weight. Sensor is fine but it'd be interesting to see if my flick shots improve in CS with the G502.

Weight: 168 grams (mouse plus cable)
Weight: 121 grams (mouse only)
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G502 is 121-126g EMPTY depending on how honestly it's weighed. 121g was provided by Logitech but that was with them opening up the mouse and then unplugging and removing the cable including the stress relief.

A good bit heavier. Crap! It's also pretty expensive but I can't help but want it. If all the buttons except the L/R click can be disabled and settings can be saved to onboard memory then I'd purchase it.
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A good bit heavier. Crap! It's also pretty expensive but I can't help but want it. If all the buttons except the L/R click can be disabled and settings can be saved to onboard memory then I'd purchase it.

You can do all that but I fail I see your point in purchasing the G502 then.
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post #989 of 1929
There isn't much point yes but based on what I've seen (videos and images) the shape should fit me better than the Avior. The Avior doesn't suck by any means but I've found that after a months usage or so that it doesn't quite fit well in my hand.
post #990 of 1929
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A good bit heavier. Crap! It's also pretty expensive but I can't help but want it. If all the buttons except the L/R click can be disabled and settings can be saved to onboard memory then I'd purchase it.

That would be rewarding Logitech for releasing their G502 mouse that checks all of the boxes and is aimed at everybody but is best for nobody. Please don't pay $80 unless you're at least 90% happy with it.
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