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Haven't had it long enough to make my decision, but keep in mind I was absolutely in love with my G9x and had it for a long time. My only gripe with the G9x that it was a bit too short for my long hands. I can already tell though that the G502 is a more accurate mouse, not sure if that is the sensor itself or its more central location on the mouse that makes it feel more natural. Still getting used to it, so far my only complaint on the G502 is the lack of an indentation for your pinky - the G9x has a slight ridge that is perfect to rest your pinky in, while the G502 tapers all the way to the bottom.

Here are the pics and Entous results I promised. Keep in mind I changed NO settings from my G9x, just updated the logitech software center to ID it and verify settings were the same. They were cellphone pics done in the dark so are not the best quality.

Side by side shot:
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Thumb sides:
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Length (you can notice the lack of the pinky ledge on the G502):
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Nearly perfect palm grip for my 2XL hands. VERY comfortable!
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Another SBS comparison:
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Sensor locations/feet shape:
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G9x Entous:
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G502 Entous:
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For the Entous results, both mice DPI measured on the dot with high precision(within margin of error based on the user). The G502 recorded a higher max speed at the same polling, and I think it was limited to my arm speed - you will max out your reflexes well before maxing out the G502. I could not detect any jitter, smoothing, acceleration, or angle snapping on the G502- the sensor is marvelous. IMO, with a pinkly ledge/maybe 1/4" wider it would be the perfect mouse - for myself at least.

Keep in mind tests were done at the same exact settings for both mice, a very modest 1800DPI. The G502 may exhibit better or worse settings at a different DPI.

I'd guess the max speed was due to your small mousepad, because both mice should be a lot faster. Also Enotus snaps to dpi intervals of 200 dpi, so it's not an accurate representation. To get exact results you need to actually measure the 4"/10cm and look at the value before releasing the mousebutton.
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yeah, this is what i topped out at with 400 dpi and 1000hz polling and it could of easily still been my arm the limiting factor.

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I was still confused with the sensor. Is it an optical sensor or a laser one? From pictures I see it's some kind of a laser one, but CMate said it's an IR LED. Just can't imagine an optical sensor has such high CPI.
Edited by Conundrumwudy - 4/9/14 at 7:51am
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I war still confused with the sensor. Is it an optical sensor or a laser one? From pictures I see it's some kind of a laser one, but CMate said it's an IR LED. Just can't imagine an optical sensor has such high CPI.

It's neither a laser sensor nor a optical sensor. They claim that it is a "infrared" sensor and the first of its kind.
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I'd guess the max speed was due to your small mousepad, because both mice should be a lot faster. Also Enotus snaps to dpi intervals of 200 dpi, so it's not an accurate representation. To get exact results you need to actually measure the 4"/10cm and look at the value before releasing the mousebutton.

but Logitech G9x More like a Fingergrip mouse
Logitech G502 Palm only (its large monster)

Logitech need to think about creating fingergrip mouse (only now G100s)

Return Logitech g9x plz mad.gif
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It's neither a laser sensor nor a optical sensor. They claim that it is a "infrared" sensor and the first of its kind.

there are many infrared sensors in mice. Its an optical sensor. . What consumers refer to as optical is really LED sensors. They use an led as the light source, while laser sensors use a laser as the light source. The g502 uses an infrared LED and isn't the first mouse to do so, so its what people generally call an optical mouse.



also, now that i know i can hit at least 4.85 with my arm, pretty sure mice that i couldn't get above 3m/s with, it was the mouse and not my arm smile.gif
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Yes that's what I think, it's a optical sensor with infrared LED. BUT I can't confirm this. because the pictures (bottom of the mouse) here show something the 'hole' is like a laser one (maybe just because the picture is not clear.)
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I'd guess the max speed was due to your small mousepad, because both mice should be a lot faster. Also Enotus snaps to dpi intervals of 200 dpi, so it's not an accurate representation. To get exact results you need to actually measure the 4"/10cm and look at the value before releasing the mousebutton.
My mousepad is 12.5" wide, I measured 4" using that ruler but didnt pay attention to the value until I released the button.

I tried again using the longer diagonal measurement and 1000hz and got significantly higher, 4.22m/s.
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Loving this sensor, going to play some TF2 to see if I can get used to it - basically the lack of pinky ledge.
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Rating reflects up to 300 IPS as tested with G240 surface; ignoring HW tolerance.

That doesn't necessarily mean the sensor will always track at the highest potential speed, but it can get close with listed mousepad.... provided you're a robot.
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Rating reflects up to 300 IPS as tested with G240 surface; ignoring HW tolerance.

That doesn't necessarily mean the sensor will always track at the highest potential speed, but it can get close with listed mousepad.... provided you're a robot.

is there an ideal polling rate and dpi to try to get it to track at the highest potential speed? like i've tried 125 hz and it seems like i can't even break 4m/s with it at 400hz. but then at 1,000 i can get to 4.85m/s. so it seems like on some pads and at some settings, the max speed is reachable.
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