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post #421 of 3265
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Originally Posted by discoprince View Post

what i noticed right away was something i didn't notice before, is that the other main mice ive used (basically 3090 mice with 4000DPI SROM) is how less responsive they feel compared to the G502. The 450 zowie dpi setting on my ec2 feels MUCH more laggy than the 450 setting I used on the G502, this is something I could not help but notice, although this is something other poeple who've used the mouse (zowie) seemed to notice already.

i still need more time with it.

well, the 450 step of zowie mice are notoriously unresponsive. Try the 2300 step compared to 2300 dpi with the g502, imo the zowie is way more responsive at that step. This weekend i'll be checking to see if there is an easy way to build a rig to definitively show no human error with the acceleration test.
Edited by Atavax - 4/10/14 at 9:08pm
post #422 of 3265
@CPate

Can you honestly see a Counter-Strike team winning a tournament using this mouse? Do you think it can compete with other mice like zowie CL or razer DeathAdder in the FPS scene? Would it not be too heavy for Counter-Strike players as they are known to use 400ish dpi and low sense as they move their entire arm constantly to make accurate shots. And wouldn't all the extra buttons deisgned so close to the thumb rest risk being clicked in important situations? What's your take on this?

It seems to me that you're trying to design it with uses for absolutely everyone and every game and will end up pushing away competitive players which love lightweight mice given how they play for tons of hours every day and FPS'ers which move their arms like mad back and forth. I mean I can't think of a single respected person that uses a sniper button in counter-strike, or even one that needs all those extra buttons next to your m1 with the risk of clicking them at the wrong time.

either way kudos on the sensor. while I haven't tested it I'm happy someone is making progress in giving us better sensor performances. I truly hope we get a G100 variant with the new sensor thumb.gif
post #423 of 3265
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Originally Posted by Ihateallmice View Post

@CPate

Can you honestly see a Counter-Strike team winning a tournament using this mouse? Do you think it can compete with other mice like zowie CL or razer DeathAdder in the FPS scene? Would it not be too heavy for Counter-Strike players as they are known to use 400ish dpi and low sense as they move their entire arm constantly to make accurate shots. And wouldn't all the extra buttons deisgned so close to the thumb rest risk being clicked in important situations? What's your take on this?

I mean I can't think of a single respected person that uses a sniper button in counter-strike, or even one that needs all those extra buttons next to your m1 with the risk of clicking them at the wrong time.

What makes you think this mouse was even designed for a game like counterstrike? Clearly it's not. Seems to me it's made for hybrid moba-mmo-arpg-fps. Which is where the money is anyway. CS players aren't the rock stars anymore, it's the moba folks.

Don't think of it as a "sniper button", it's a g-shift button. Just like on the G600, except instead of it being a third button on your pinky it's reachable by your thumb. You can have completely different buttons mapped for the mouse when you hold down the button and then go right back to your original mappings by letting off.
post #424 of 3265
for the sake of future logitech mice. Can everyone that got a g502 agree that the scroll wheel is bad?
post #425 of 3265
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Originally Posted by Atavax View Post

for the sake of future logitech mice. Can everyone that got a g502 agree that the scroll wheel is bad?

Why is bad? I have a similar scroll wheel on G9 and I love it. Actually i wish all mice to have this type of scroll wheel. Atavax judging from your comments i believe this mouse is not for you anyways smile.gif.
post #426 of 3265
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Originally Posted by Atavax View Post

for the sake of future logitech mice. Can everyone that got a g502 agree that the scroll wheel is bad?
I haven't gone out to buy mine yet but just looking at the wheel, I have to wonder why, at the very least, there wasn't any rubber covering on it. I love that about the previous "infinite scroll" scroll wheels (just what I call them, I know it's far from infinite) used, like on my G500, so I don't have to touch the bare material. The G502's wheel also looks *slightly* too big, though not overly bulky.
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post #427 of 3265
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Originally Posted by Mastoras78 View Post

Why is bad? I have a similar scroll wheel on G9 and I love it. Actually i wish all mice to have this type of scroll wheel. Atavax judging from your comments i believe this mouse is not for you anyways smile.gif.

its slick, it doesn't have the grip of the g9's scroll wheel. Its heavier then the g9's, and its looser, horizontally then the g9's. I liked the g9's scroll wheel. This one might be my least favorite ever. Probably not for me. Still was the first one to spot the software error. Still can critique the mouse.
Edited by Atavax - 4/10/14 at 10:19pm
post #428 of 3265
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Originally Posted by Atavax View Post

someone else with the mouse. perform this very simple test. In the software. go to the profiles. disable all but 1 profile. make sure the program is fully closed. now relaunch the program, are all 3 profiles now active again? This happens to me, i don't even need to reboot.

I just got home and can confirm this happens, it shouldnt.
post #429 of 3265
When there's a PR guy who comes into the forum to "answer" questions about their product that's usually not a good sign. Just sayin. Kim Rom from Steelseries anyone?
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You really compare Kim Rom with anyone else...
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