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Maybe logitech will crack the shape game and sell "bases" mice without top parts to grip that you hook up to "shells" so people can get their preferred shape, charge a premium for each and make off like a bandit with people buying 1 base and 2 shells each at slighter higher rates than one compete mouse(base+shell) when added together. Of course the difficulty there would be weight after you figure out a latching system and cradling the microswitches well enough with every shape.

Sounds problematic. It will likely end up creating a RMA tsunami until the product is discontinued.
Like all those people who complained about tide coldwater was ineffective because they kept using hot water biggrin.gif
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Honestly Razer is just a one hit wonder with the deathadder. The shape has been the same for almost 10 years. They haven't made anything else worthwhile.

Logitech just seems ahead of the race by going beyond the mere push for high malfunction speeds. They have the fastest button latency and they strive to reduce smoothing as their mice are snappier than the typical 3310/S988 mice. Also come up with new ways of pushing old sensors to higher malfunction speeds (gyroscope).
Now if only Logitech could take a page from Steelseries on shape design...
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but aren't steelseries' shapes more or less based off the wmo and imo? tongue.gif
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but aren't steelseries' shapes more or less based off the wmo and imo? tongue.gif
Yes but the butts are more rounded and probably more comfortable to hold.
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I did not like the WMO, IMO, FK2, FK1, nor the g100s. The steelseries ambidextrous mice were amazing though. If only kinzu didn't have such button latency.
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SteelSeries makes the best shaped mice, my Sensei Raw was the most comfortable mouse I had next to a G100s. It's a shame they always mess up everything else.
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Yes but the butts are more rounded and probably more comfortable to hold.

You're saying there's a mouse more comfortable than the Intelli 3.0?

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You're saying there's a mouse more comfortable than the Intelli 3.0?

I dont palm grip >:/
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Personally I love the Mionix NAOS 5000's shape the best, but am using a Logitech G602 and have no complaints, I have long hated the standard Razer design.
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Personally I love the Mionix NAOS 5000's shape the best, but am using a Logitech G602 and have no complaints, I have long hated the standard Razer design.
My personal preference was the G9 wide grip(pure finger-tipper here with huge hands). I can't palm pretty much any mouse i can only claw or fingertip G9 wide grip was the best but i work with any mouse, fingertipping just requires a day or two to figure out where to best grip the mouse and get used to it.
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