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Rival is 40euro.
Avior and naos 7000 is 50 euro.

Where do you get those prices? Very cheap.
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Rival is 40euro.
Avior and naos 7000 is 50 euro.

Where do you get those prices? Very cheap.

Sweden.
post #123 of 3264
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Why? I'd rather see some sort of innovation with new sensors built from the ground up and new designs etc. than just IME 3.0 and 1.1/WMO copies with 3090 sensors. But I love Zowie mice too.

Id almost agree, if not for the fact that every single ime 3.0 and 1.1 copy all suffer from some very extreme issues..

one being, not even the same shape or size
two being horrible coatings.

Gimme one ime 3.0 and 1.1 clone with updated hardware, thats awesome and ill agree with you tongue.gif
post #124 of 3264
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Seeing design/weight like that makes me appreciate Zowie so much more.

Why? I'd rather see some sort of innovation with new sensors built from the ground up and new designs etc. than just IME 3.0 and 1.1/WMO copies with 3090 sensors. But I love Zowie mice too.

innovation in design?
Yes It does not look like a rat or anything wink.gif

Sensor innovation is nice, shape "innovation" fails most times.
And in this case 145gram and a big bulky mice = yuck.
post #125 of 3264
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Oh wow this just might be my new mouse. Can you give any info on a release date in New Zealand CPate?

Impossible to give a 100% accurate date, but the product should be available in most countries by the end of April or possibly mid-May. The distribution chain can be long and convoluted, so it's difficult to say with confidence when it might be available in a specific country.
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I love how this mouse looks. Seems perfect for my palm grip. Only thing putting me off is weight, but I'll get used to it. Is the sensor a variation of the PIXART 3310? Can you change the colors of the LED?

We don't discuss the specific details (part numbers, manufacturers, etc) of any of our components, but I can say that it is a brand new sensor that is not in use in any other product on the market. LED color cannot be changed.
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CPate I would like to know more about the sensor, denomination; fps and... is the angle snapping settable in different levels ?

Angle snapping has two settings - on or off. Default is off.
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Can you give us any information about the LOD?

LOD is not a fixed value on any sensor, but surface tuning helps it stay down around 1 CD irrespective of surface.
post #126 of 3264
Meh. Too big it seems but I'd have to try it. (What's the weight of the mouse with and without weights?)
I love Logitech wheel (best in the business).
Sensor would have to be tested to see if it really is good as described by Logitech (doubt it).
What type of switches for the buttons?
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Ordered one from amazon to try out the sensor.
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I would like to see more revolutionary technology. New sensors are nice. Why not new lightweight materials. What about cables.. can they become lighter/thicker? Dpi race becomes old. Some people still prefer old models because current technology isn't that innovating. I feel Logitech is on good track, just don't be afraid to make bigger steps smile.gif
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In today's market, light, small, simple, accurate mice with no bloatware ARE innovative....

No, that is not innovative. It's just appealing to a certain audience. I love Zowie mice because they appeal to me, but I can very much appreciate the innovation that Logitech does. This sensor sounds amazing, and if Logitech rises the game to new levels it will only be good for us customers, because others will need to catch up.

Logitech is the only real innovator right now, that should be rewarded, at least respected.
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No, that is not innovative. It's just appealing to a certain audience. I love Zowie mice because they appeal to me, but I can very much appreciate the innovation that Logitech does. This sensor sounds amazing, and if Logitech rises the game to new levels it will only be good for us customers, because others will need to catch up.

Logitech is the only real innovator right now, that should be rewarded, at least respected.

I can concede that point. I guess I should say, we don't see any innovation towards new lightweight materials, more streamlined designs and on-board featuresets. But yes, at least Logitech is trying to move the bar forward.
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