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My opinion is that it is more comfortable to put my ring finger on the side, but the ridge is wide enough to accommodate having it be on top instead if that is your preferred grip.
G90 is a variant of G100s that will be shipped in China only.

So you can actually put both fingers under it? Because you can't do that on the G400s.
post #162 of 3264
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So you can actually put both fingers under it? Because you can't do that on the G400s.

I can, yes. The ridge from the G400s is not present. You can see a rotatable 3D rendering of the Proteus Core on the product page of our website.
post #163 of 3264
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I can, yes. The ridge from the G400s is not present. You can see a rotatable 3D rendering of the Proteus Core on the product page of our website.

But your fingers don't feel overly cramped while doing it, do they?
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Sorry but it cant be good, g400 succsessor with 3310, no button lag, no smoothing now!!!!

You would make so much money but you have no idea how to make good mice anymore, we live in 2014 and mice are becoming worse....
post #166 of 3264
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G90 is a variant of G100s that will be shipped in China only.

Noo, we need this very much in Europe! What's with the lack of small mice? Or will there be a G102?

Also it doesn't need to be low budget mouse, don't gimp it like g100s was with low-end parts.
Edited by Yahar - 4/8/14 at 12:54pm
post #167 of 3264
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But your fingers don't feel overly cramped while doing it, do they?
They don't. However, the way I hold the mouse is not necessarily the way that you hold it, so I'm not sure that my personal experience is a great indicator of whether the product will be comfortable for you.
post #168 of 3264
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I can, yes. The ridge from the G400s is not present. You can see a rotatable 3D rendering of the Proteus Core on the product page of our website.

I applaud you that you finally got rid of the ridge, that was my single highest pain point with the Logitech shape of the G500 and G400 series of mice.
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post #169 of 3264
I think it's great Logitech launches a new mouse with a new sensor.Is it good lookin? sure is and no matter what, it's a innovative sensor.
For me personally and from what I've been reading ita a bit heavy, and it does have too many buttons, but I'm not going to be pessimist until I try one. i'm a fps gamer, but i'm aware there's a high percentage of people playing other games types like dota2 or lol, and those games requires a lot of buttons.. (pay attention to what cpate say in his video, not the raging part lol loved his humor btw )
If I want a smaller mouse that fit my needs and grip? sure do, but after buying a lots of mice and testing them, the truth is, I always come back to old G400..(even that right horrendous right lip is no longer that big problem).. Is it totally comfy? No, but from all the mices I tested it's the only one providing all my gaming needs.
I'm just going to wait to see if it's there some new models launched by Logitech, like g400 (after all it's the successor of mx 518)..
So why you all loosing hope, when you know Logitech it's a company that cares for their costumers? smile.gif just give it some time to see how things end up and we might have the models we love.
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I just can't wait to see someone take apart the G502 and tell us what the hell sensor and switches are in there. That and Enotus PCS testing and I want to see what jitter looks like at 12000 CPI assuming that is a native step.

Here's a question for the Logitech rep: Is every step from 200 to 12000 CPI a native step on this new sensor?
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