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post #171 of 3264
By the way.
Inb4 the weight is with cable included. Aimed at 140ish.

Didn't get cleared up inhere, did it?
post #172 of 3264
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By the way.
Inb4 the weight is with cable included. Aimed at 140ish.

Didn't get cleared up inhere, did it?


140 grams with cable? Logitech's specification sheet states differently and right now this is the most reliable source wink.gif

--> http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/product/g502-proteus-core-tunable-gaming-mouse
post #173 of 3264
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

Weight is completely dependent on shape too. A heavier mouse with a good grip might be better than a light mouse with a bad shape etc. Always have to try for yourself.

While I agree to a point. Being someone who's attempted to use mouse this heavy after something like the FK, shape doesn't really matter when you reach the point when moving the
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140 grams with cable? Logitech's specification sheet states differently and right now this is the most reliable source wink.gif

--> http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/product/g502-proteus-core-tunable-gaming-mouse

I was just about to post this.
post #174 of 3264
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Originally Posted by dynastes View Post

140 grams with cable? Logitech's specification sheet states differently and right now this is the most reliable source wink.gif

--> http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/product/g502-proteus-core-tunable-gaming-mouse

Sorry for my lazyness, didn't check rofl.
post #175 of 3264
Looks like a mouse that would appeal to the bigger audience.

Kinda makes me curious in how many times the sort of predecessor "G500" has been sold and has made a profit for logitech.

Or what mice have been sold the most in there history or have made the biggest impact on there bank balance wink.gif

G400, G500, G100, G9(x)?

My bet would be on the g400 following up by the g500.

Ofcourse they want a succesor to keep up the sales of the older best selling shapes/models/versions.
Looking at the g502 its a really nice follow up for the people that like/used the g500.

And looks like a model that would sell well for the main audience but curious if we will see it used by more profesional e-sports players or they stay away from it.

Sensor performance could be the trigger for them, so that audience would pick up the mouse aswell.
And reading about it makes me believe it will be good and sell/interest the whole market.

For product line up, developing newer models of older mice is a safe bet.
Makes me curious if logitech will ever release a really new shape/model or keep further developping there well know older models.

Then for developing new products I would love if they would look at a mouse from a e-sport perspective.
And not from a mass appealing perspective ofc. that aint the best strategy as a company you want to make the biggest profit.
But I would greatly appreciate if one compagny would try to make a mouse that would slide at the same resistance/effort everytime.

Because for example as a FPS player you want to have consistency, so no acceleration and a pad that gives the same resistance or good stopping power everytime.
Mousefeet that aswell help to give the same feeling at every resistance you give on the top of the mouse and sliding speed you are giving on the shape.

So develop a mouse from a sience perspective, measure the friction wich material gives the most consistent friction all the time at all global speeds used.
What shape of mousefeet would help for the consistency, round onces or exactly shaped as the mouse edges or squares onces.
The pad should be develop in conjunction with the mouse so overal everything is consistent at every mouse speed you get the same feeling so overal mastering aim would be easier and mouse movement more precise seeing you can handle the mouse and it will feel as a real extension of youre arm/movement and doing globally evertime the same.
What colour of pad, would help sensor performance what material/roughness pattern in the pad would increase its accuracy and consistent gliding performance.
Test peoples sliding speeds what speeds are most common take an average and develop for that speed to be consistent.

Make it ambidextrous both sides same feeling no extra buttons for dpi.
Just software to set it up onces so you have no chance of ever changing the dpi when you dont want to.

Ow well should stop blattering about but my take is devolop a mouse + pad arround consistent behaviour because that would make the best mouse. Because highest m/s and accuracu or high dpi are almost no bottlenecks anymore.

So think outside the box use different materials test frictions etc.. conjunction s of materials colours patterns measure average m/s and focus on consistent behaviour of mouse sliding stopping.

It would give a next level for developing a mouse.
Edited by CtrlAltel1te - 4/8/14 at 1:45pm
post #176 of 3264
If it's as big as my old Intellimouse Explorer, I'll be in love.
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post #177 of 3264
I broke out my scale and checked the weight of the mouse again. It was incorrect. The actual weight of the mouse with no cable is approximately 121 grams, which is approximately 10 grams heavier than G500s with no cable. It is still 168 grams with the cable. I'm having the website updated. I apologize for the incorrect information. This is something we should have seen before we went live.


Edited by CPate - 4/8/14 at 1:46pm
post #178 of 3264
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post


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

You can call me Chris. And yes, native 50 DPI steps from 200-12000.
Edited by CPate - 4/9/14 at 11:29am
post #179 of 3264
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I broke out my scale and checked the weight of the mouse again. It was incorrect. The actual weight of the mouse with no cable is approximately 121 grams, which is approximately 10 grams heavier than G500s with no cable. It is still 168 grams with the cable. I'm having the website updated. I apologize for the incorrect information. This is something we should have seen before we went live.


Kinda feels i actually made changes into something, my heart is going to explode.
In all seriousness.. i guess this calmed some peoples minds. Mine included.

The weight shouldn't be bothering people who use a Rival or an AVIOR in any way.
post #180 of 3264
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I have one question about weight. 121 - 168 without the tuning weights, right ? Sorry if its already answered
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