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post #131 of 3264
I would personally be interested in what the hell kind of gaming audience is interested in a 163g wired palm mouse with a free spinning wheel.
post #132 of 3264
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Originally Posted by royalkilla408 View Post

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?

Again, I am not at liberty to discuss specific component vendors or part numbers but we tend to use the same microswitches in all of our gaming mice. With Proteus Core we've put microswitches or mini-microswitches under every button except the wheel, which uses a tac switch because a microswitch won't fit.
post #133 of 3264
maybe i'm being childish, but i have to giggle a little at a 145gram mouse (i assume you meant 145gram not including cable?) having a 300 inches per sec max speed. Who is going to fling a 145 gram mouse 300 inches per second? tongue.gif
Edited by Atavax - 4/8/14 at 7:27am
post #134 of 3264
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Originally Posted by Atavax View Post

maybe i'm being childish, but i have to giggle a little at a 145gram mouse (i assume you meant 145gram not including cable?) having a 300 inches per sec max speed. Who is going to fling a 145 gram mouse 300 inches per second? tongue.gif

Any low sense RAT 7/9 user... tongue.gif
post #135 of 3264
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

I would personally be interested in what the hell kind of gaming audience is interested in a 163g wired palm mouse with a free spinning wheel.

The other 99,9% who are not on OCN, they have already brought out the G100s, which is very niche, so logical step was bringing out something like the G502.
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post


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


Innovation, maybe, maybe not, but i like that they make investments and take risks.
post #136 of 3264
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

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.

is it innovative or is it basically an early, proprietary version of an incoming sensor for all, like the deathadder 2013 having an earlier, proprietary version of the 3310?
post #137 of 3264
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

The other 99,9% who are not on OCN, they have already brought out the G100s, which is very niche, so logical step was bringing out something like the G502.

The market has a gaping hole in it for a no holds barred g100/G9x shaped mouse with a good sensor just like this new sensor claims to be. The G100s was gimped from the get go.

Again, this is sold as a gaming mouse and at 163g with weights and a free spinning wheel. I don't see who this appeals to for gaming needs. Maybe a really expensive office mouse.
Edited by Derp - 4/8/14 at 7:39am
post #138 of 3264
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Originally Posted by CPate View Post

Roughly the same dimensions as the G500s.

Hi CPate, is the feel of the hand on the G502 shape more similar to G602 or G500s?

I absolutely love the shape of the G602, and when I first saw the G502 name, it felt like my prayers for a wired version of G602 have been answered.
Then I saw the pictures and the mouse shape looks to me like a mix of G602 front and left sides with G500s back and right sides.
post #139 of 3264
It is more similar to G500s than G602.
post #140 of 3264
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Originally Posted by Atavax View Post

is it innovative or is it basically an early, proprietary version of an incoming sensor for all, like the deathadder 2013 having an earlier, proprietary version of the 3310?

Well, CPate stated that it's built from the ground up, I have no reason not to trust him.
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