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post #11 of 53
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You didn't read too thoroughly it seems. I have touched just on that problem in that one post. If I'm comfortable with the shape doesn't mean I'm automatically comfortable with the weight, obviously. Not only that, even said that the G402 might be the better alternative because of the lighter weight and almost identical shape.

But if I'm quite honest, it isn't as painful as people make it look like, as if I gotta have a triceps, eat properly and work out with 2 G502s as my weights or something. The problem only presented itself since I'm using a low sensitivity and the weight just made everything feel so much slower. Can't see much of a problem clawing it on a sensitivity of like 2 @ 450 and up. But just like everyone else, it's a matter of perspective and anything can be used in any way as long as you're comfortable.

U are absolutly right.The weight isnt a matter of "i cant lift this brick" , we are talking about 10/20 grams and,unless u are a a hobbit, u shouldnt even notice the difference.
The problem of the weight is a BIG one cause more weight means more inertial moment , and the prioblem gets more setrious the faster u swipe ur mouse around,so that means for low senser is a hell.
post #12 of 53
logitech g302 is THE mouse for your needs
post #13 of 53
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The Lua seems to be the winner so far (and only 25€ on Amazon wich is less expensive than all others).

EDIT : Ops 2 news messages while I posted this message ! Then maybe the Lua isn't the winner anymore haha
post #14 of 53
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So I just come back from a shop where I tried the g402. Don't really know what to think about it. I just tried it very briefly (with no computer the seller usually don't allow to try the mouse...). I think something like the Lua should be better for me but not sure.
post #15 of 53
I would try for the g100s. You can find them on ebay! If not the lua is a good choice also.
post #16 of 53
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The g100s is only 500hz, isn't it better to have 1000hz ?
post #17 of 53
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The g100s is only 500hz, isn't it better to have 1000hz ?
Not necessarily. There's only 1 ms difference between the two and some mice perform better at 500hz vs 1000hz.
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post #18 of 53
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And does the tracking of the Lua is better or not ?

I'll order the mouse tomorow I think, so if anyvody have other suggestion...
post #19 of 53
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And does the tracking of the Lua is better or not ?

I'll order the mouse tomorow I think, so if anyvody have other suggestion...

Roccat Savu is a LOT better. The Lua uses a problematic sensor that is not good to most members. It has a worse sensor than all the Logitech mice in this thread. The Savu is only 30 euro and has two side buttons, rgb lighting and a flawless sensor with raw movement.
post #20 of 53
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Well, that's true that the Savu one use a A3090 wich is a great sensor according to what I have read.

So I guess the winner is the Savu.

Anybody have other suggestion ?

I also can go for the Razer Abyssus, the shop I was yesterday have it for 40€ (but I can't try it). What do you think of this one ?
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