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post #211 of 3264
the thumb rest is a bit skinny and its easy to accidentally hit the side mouse buttons. There are two modes for the scroll wheel. The looser one is absurdly loose and rattles loudly with practically no movement. The firmer option is ok, but the mousewheel is a little slick

this is a quick line drawing with prediction off, 400dpi and 1000 hz

which dpis do you want tested? quite a few options between 200 and 12,000...
Edited by Atavax - 4/8/14 at 8:07pm
post #212 of 3264
I have a few pictures alongside my G9X from every angle, and side by side Entous results from both mice using the same DPI/polling/pad that I will post in the morning. At this level of hardware though, I would imagine most benchmarks the limiting factor would be the user, not the mouse.

Couple random quick first impressions:

- Narrower then my G9x but longer. Bit more comfortable for big hands.
- Centrally located sensor, has a hard to describe, neutral, natural tracking compared to the far offset sensor on the G9x. I've got to run a few quick paced FPS games to test, but it seems like it is very accurate.
- Scroll wheel is very nice on the click setting. Smooth, fast, and accurate...but the freewheel setting is insanely fast and too loose
- Has that quality Logitech feel, nice and sturdy
- Definitely heavier then my G9x, but does not feel "too" heavy like some were worried about.
- Not sure if its because I am not used to it yet, but it seems like a front biased weight, which is kind of annoying coming from the perfectly balanced G9X. I can use the weight bias adjustments to fix that, but then I would be adding more weight to an already fairly heavy mouse. **edit** Matter of fact, it may be just because of the way the foot pads are set up. The sides and bottom have tiny little thin pads, but the front pad is massive so has quite a bit more friction on the front then the rest. I'd imagine a set of hyperglides would be amazing on this mouse.

Notable Cons:
- No pinky bridge or spot to rest your pinky in at all. The G9x, G5, and MX518 all had at least slight indentations to place your pinky in. This mouse tapers all the way to the bottom on the right side, leaving your pinky either awkwardly on the side or dragging on the mouse pad (which having a hard pad causes it to grip - I hate when my hand touches it!)
- Left click is narrow. I havent accidentally clicked the ones next to it yet, but you will definitely have to be careful.
- Freewheel scroll setting is rediculous. Seriously, I can't imagine anyone using it for anything.
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post #213 of 3264
This mouse looks interesting to me as I'm a big of fan of the G500 design. I had the G5 and now use the G500. I don't mind the weight of the G500, and since I have a couple of the weights added into it I don't think I'll mind the weight of the G502 either.

Lately the left click has started double-clicking on the G500, so maybe its time to look into a new model. smile.gif (or maybe I could swap the switch from my old G5 into the G500?)
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looks likke a good mouse shame i just blew all my mouse mony  on a sensei

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12000 CPI at 70cm/360 is going to be the most organic feeling sensor ever. SO MUCH GRANULARITY.

Most games won't even have sensitivity values low enough to allow 70cm/360 at 12.000 dpi...

Also the "granularity" you talk about is impossible to perceive past a certain point of dpi, and that will surely be at <4000 dpi (given your cm/360). Not that I mind the mouse having the possibility of 12.000 dpi it's just something that will never be useful for me.
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Most games won't even have sensitivity values low enough to allow 70cm/360 at 12.000 dpi...

Also the "granularity" you talk about is impossible to perceive past a certain point of dpi, and that will surely be at <4000 dpi (given your cm/360). Not that I mind the mouse having the possibility of 12.000 dpi it's just something that will never be useful for me.

I know lol, it's just a fun thought. I use 3500 CPI right now at 70cm/360 if the game has raw input, and it's way, way more than enough.
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Super excited for this mouse. Sure, I have my G602, which is also fantastic, but the same Optical sensor thats in the G602 in this G502 with a few additions. DO WANT! lol, all I need now is that side, thing with the extra buttons and the scroll wheel and I literally have all Logitech peripherals (excluding the sound system, need something higher quality then your highest end system, sorry). Also, I didnt know we had a Logitech rep, @CPate
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Super excited for this mouse. Sure, I have my G602, which is also fantastic, but the same Optical sensor thats in the G602 in this G502 with a few additions. DO WANT! lol, all I need now is that side, thing with the extra buttons and the scroll wheel and I literally have all Logitech peripherals (excluding the sound system, need something higher quality then your highest end system, sorry). Also, I didnt know we had a Logitech rep, @CPate

Afaik they don't share the same sensor, the one in the Proteus Core is much better than the one in the 602 in terms of speed.
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I did not already answer, but yes - 121 and 168 are without tuning weights inserted.

that is a huge differenz. May I ask you how do you do the measurement without cable?
Remove the cable physically or do you relief the cable?

AFAIK the most cable weigh something above 30gr.
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The picture I posted shows how I weighed it. I removed the cable entirely.
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Afaik they don't share the same sensor, the one in the Proteus Core is much better than the one in the 602 in terms of speed.

Proteus Core's sensor is quite a bit better than G602's - particularly in terms of max speed. 602 uses the same sensor as G100s.
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