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Taken for the logitech site:
G502
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Physical specifications
Weight: 168 grams (mouse plus cable)
Weight: 121 grams (mouse only)
Length: 132mm
Width: 75mm
Height: 40mm




Taken from the SS site
RIVAL
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SIZE & WEIGHT
- Weight: 128 grams (0.28 lbs)
- Height: 45 mm (1.8 in)
- Width: 70 mm (2.76 in)
- Length: 133 mm (5.23 in)
- Cable Length: 2m (6.5 ft.)
post #92 of 422
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

To me the sidebuttons are pretty much in the perfect place, I can reach them all comfortably. But that is just for my hand, so I really can't give out recommendations because of that

thats great thanks, just saw in OP that your hand is 19,5cm. Mine is 20.5cm, do you feel there is some space ahead for your thumb and generally?

do you have the DA by any chance?
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post #93 of 422
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Originally Posted by InVicT2009 View Post

Taken for the logitech site:
G502
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RIVAL
That's crazy that the Rival weighs more! Does anyone have both mice and can confirm? Maybe SS weighed it with the cable?
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post #94 of 422
A normal cable weights 30 40 grams, i dont see the rival being lighter than my rocat savu optical witch is like 90 grams and its a midget compared to the rival , the rival was heavy but i forgot about that because the grips were so good.
post #95 of 422
So this has a 'perfect' sensor. What about the PMW3310H? What are the issues with it, or is it just a case of this having more DPI and a higher malfunction speed?
post #96 of 422
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Originally Posted by mfc9x View Post

So this has a 'perfect' sensor. What about the PMW3310H? What are the issues with it, or is it just a case of this having more DPI and a higher malfunction speed?

For me, the 3310 in my Avior exhibited noticeable smoothing. Not as bad as 3090 but still irked me, though I could still deal with it better than accel in 9500/9800 sensors.
post #97 of 422
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Originally Posted by Ricey20 View Post

For me, the 3310 in my Avior exhibited noticeable smoothing. Not as bad as 3090 but still irked me, though I could still deal with it better than accel in 9500/9800 sensors.

I'm curious, what monitor are you using, at what refresh rate is it running, and what 3090 mouse are you comparing with? What's a low smoothing mouse you have to compare to as well?

I literally feel nothing game-breaking with the Avior at 144 Hz on a VG248QE. Smooth as butter, very snappy. I can flickshot easily.
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post #98 of 422
I went ahead and ordered one. I bought the FK based on Ino's review, so I am looking forward to this mouse. Great review as always Ino.
post #99 of 422
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

I'm curious, what monitor are you using, at what refresh rate is it running, and what 3090 mouse are you comparing with? What's a low smoothing mouse you have to compare to as well?

I literally feel nothing game-breaking with the Avior at 144 Hz on a VG248QE. Smooth as butter, very snappy. I can flickshot easily.

Try it at 60 Hz and see if you feel anything.
post #100 of 422
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Originally Posted by F120 View Post

Try it at 60 Hz and see if you feel anything.

I am incapable of performing in FPS games at that refresh rate, no thanks lol

Honestly if smoothing was a severe issue I should be able to feel it at higher refresh rates, which would more obviously show the same input lag. That's why I don't understand the whole smoothing phenomenon.
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