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I always wondered who are the type of people who fall for "endorsements"
Why don't you judge the mouse on it's merits and then weigh up whether it is right for you? If some pro was paid $10,000 to endorse Razer would you buy it?

No because it's razer biggrin.gif

But I'm like the average human, and physics still applies to me: if something is heavy, it's going to have more momentum that would need to be ceased, making flickshots harder.
post #2912 of 3265
Trash talk as usual... Razer isn't any better or worse. Mouse weight also depends on sensitivity. There are people who can't handle (too) light mice because of higher sensitivity (dpi, in-game) as weird as that may sound. Weight matters less on high(er) sensitivity in general. As long as no or noth enough "pro gamer" use a "higher than average" sensitivity, general perception will stay the same.
post #2913 of 3265
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Originally Posted by DrSebWilkes View Post

No because it's razer biggrin.gif

But I'm like the average human, and physics still applies to me: if something is heavy, it's going to have more momentum that would need to be ceased, making flickshots harder.

In that case based on weight imho I think that the mouse is heavy for low dpi gaming. Therefore for that reason maybe that is why professional players do not use it.
post #2914 of 3265
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Originally Posted by majnu View Post

In that case based on weight imho I think that the mouse is heavy for low dpi gaming. Therefore for that reason maybe that is why professional players do not use it.

Exactly; and I have a low DPI too ... dragging this beast will be annoying because it would take a lot more force / distance ./ time to stop it, which is not the best thing

I don't get Logitech ... they have the power to totally bolster eSports, and yet they don't!mad.gif
post #2915 of 3265
Well, you have to consider Logitech sells a lot anyway, probably most. Besides, I assume the majority of people don't play fps games. For most games weight isn't the most imporant factor. As you said yourself, it matters more for low(er) dpi/sensitivity. And last but not least you simply cannot please everyone. Especially when we talk about the G502, kind of Logitech's "high tier wired gaming mouse" or something like that. I think they designed it more for an "all-round gaming environment". If you want something for fps games, G402 suits you more, if you like low dpi and sensitivity. Sure, e-Sports help in terms of marketing, but you have to check, if you wouldn't lose your regular customers and whatnot. I think it's not that simple in the end.
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Apparantly not frown.gif

G402 is a no-no due to the sensor. I'm just riding this boat for the PMW3366 <3
post #2917 of 3265
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Apparantly not frown.gif

G402 is a no-no due to the sensor. I'm just riding this boat for the PMW3366 <3

Erm. And what's wrong with the g402 sensor?

I switched from 502 to 402. The weight was the main issue. Sensor wise I think they are equal in terms of feel.

I play lowish sens.
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Erm. And what's wrong with the g402 sensor?

I switched from 502 to 402. The weight was the main issue. Sensor wise I think they are equal in terms of feel.

I play lowish sens.

It's not a good sensor, it has angle snapping, smoothing (just worse than the PMW 3310 and that's not even the best sensor). It's a good mouse, but I just feel uncomfortable with the idea of less-perfect mouse sensor.

I really am in love with the idea of using the 3366, but I think it'll have to be the g303 because I know a high weight won't be good.

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Does the G502's or G303's Cable fit in the Zowie Camade?

Edited by DrSebWilkes - 10/23/15 at 10:39am
post #2919 of 3265
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It's not a good sensor, it has angle snapping, smoothing (just worse than the PMW 3310 and that's not even the best sensor). It's a good mouse, but I just feel uncomfortable with the idea of less-perfect mouse sensor.

I really am in love with the idea of using the 3366, but I think it'll have to be the g303 because I know a high weight won't be good.

EDIT:

It has no angle snapping.
It has no smoothing below 2000 dpi and 1ms smoothing above it. (3310 has 2-4ms smoothing)
It has no acceleration.

To me - its a better sensor than what 502 has, since it has a higher malfunction speed due to the gyro. I cant make any of them skip or malfunction (I get to about about 3m/s in game).

Only thing thats worse on this is the raw dpi. But since I use 800 dpi I dont care. Oh and its missing the sensor calibration stuff, but who cares.
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post #2920 of 3265
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It has no angle snapping.
It has no smoothing below 2000 dpi and 1ms smoothing above it. (3310 has 2-4ms smoothing)
It has no acceleration.

To me - its a better sensor than what 502 has, since it has a higher malfunction speed due to the gyro. I cant make any of them skip or malfunction (I get to about about 3m/s in game).

Only thing thats worse on this is the raw dpi. But since I use 800 dpi I dont care. Oh and its missing the sensor calibration stuff, but who cares.

Well we can agree to disagree because everything I've seen says to the contary about the AM010 being in any way better to a 3310. And the gyro is still interpolation anyway.
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