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post #191 of 3269
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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.

I don't think it looks a like a rat at all. It reminds me more of the G500s and G602 combined than anything else.
post #192 of 3269
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Just picked one up, the only one in central FL.

I'll post some info on it tonight, building a rig for a friend first.

Please do post Enotus results and remember not to touch the buttons while swiping as fast as possible.
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post #193 of 3269
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Please do post Enotus results and remember not to touch the buttons while swiping as fast as possible.

I'll have to download Enotus and try that with whatever new mouse I get. Is there any other programs that mouse gurus such as yourself use to test mice? Or is it pretty much just Enotus and drawing in paint?
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I'll have to download Enotus and try that with whatever new mouse I get. Is there any other programs you mouse gurus use for testing mice? Or is it just Enotus and drawing in paint?

I also verify polling rate stability by looking at the results of Direct Input Mouse Rate tool as I move the mouse around.
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post #195 of 3269
Existing technology like PixArt's 3310 already had way more DPI and max PCS than I'll ever use, so I'm mainly just interested in how much merit there is to the claims of this new "Delta Zero" sensor having zero smoothing and being super accurate and responsive.

Is this something you could elaborate on Chris, or is it something we have to try and feel for ourselves?
post #196 of 3269
i picked one up. Will be the perfect mouse for my drinking and cs buddy if i end up disliking it.

is the scroll wheel supposed to be loose? Its rattling... I don't even need to move it quickly. moving the mouse very slowly makes a audible rattling sound. Ok, changing the scroll wheel to precise mode makes it a bit better for casual web browsing at least

also should there be any negative side effect to playing without the door for the weights? figured i can use to lose as much weight as possible, even if its just a gram or two.

other then the weight, ergonomically its quite comfortable and works for me in a claw grip. the only place there might be an issue is the side mouse buttons accidentally getting clicked by my thumb.

also, chris, is there a name for the sensor model?

so far i've gotten this beast to register 4.82 mps at 400 dpi and 1000hz. might be my arm being the limit more then the sensor... going to reformat my main harddrive, my pc has been acting up, plus on a fresh slate and without flash installed, i can probably best judge how reactive the sensor is.
Edited by Atavax - 4/8/14 at 5:23pm
post #197 of 3269
Logitech please new G3 with 3090 or 3310 sensor
post #198 of 3269
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Existing technology like PixArt's 3310 already had way more DPI and max PCS than I'll ever use, so I'm mainly just interested in how much merit there is to the claims of this new "Delta Zero" sensor having zero smoothing and being super accurate and responsive.

Is this something you could elaborate on Chris, or is it something we have to try and feel for ourselves?

Delta Zero technology is a suite of things that we do to deliver tracking performance that has no perceptible speed-related accuracy variance (aka acceleration).

The responsiveness of the sensor is one aspect of this technology development effort. It's not something that I can easily describe other than it feels more responsive than any mouse I've used before. And clearly, this is a difficult claim for me to back up over a forum.
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is the scroll wheel supposed to be loose? Its rattling... I don't even need to move it quickly. moving the mouse very slowly makes a audible rattling sound. Ok, changing the scroll wheel to precise mode makes it a bit better for casual web browsing at least

also should there be any negative side effect to playing without the door for the weights? figured i can use to lose as much weight as possible, even if its just a gram or two.

The sound you're hearing is related to pretravel on the horizontal axis of the wheel, and is normal. Since the wheel has to have full XYZ motion (tilt left/right, scroll forward/backward, and click downward) and the mass on the wheel is more significant than on other products in order to deliver the free-spinning experience, there is a lot of balancing that needs to go on with respect to ensuring parts are tight enough to feel good but loose enough to actually move.
post #199 of 3269
also, there is something taped to the clear plastic packaging, it looks like a small battery, but it has no markings... just a weight? also, there aren't any extra "permanent" weights inside the mouse that if i took it apart could remove and make the mouse lighter, is there?
post #200 of 3269
That is a magnet, and it helps keep the front flap of the package closed. It is not used for the mouse.

There is no added internal weight in the mouse.
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