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post #41 of 51
The Logitech G100s is removed from the Logitech website, i really hope they have a revamped version comming up
Or even better a revamped Logitech G3 wubsmiley.gif
post #42 of 51
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Originally Posted by solz View Post

The Logitech G100s is removed from the Logitech website, i really hope they have a revamped version comming up
Or even better a revamped Logitech G3 wubsmiley.gif
I'm pretty sure the newer version of the Logitech G90 is the revamped G100s. Or the G102/203/Pro.
post #43 of 51
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Originally Posted by vanir1337 View Post

I'm pretty sure the newer version of the Logitech G90 is the revamped G100s. Or the G102/203/Pro.

Too bad they let a good shape die like that.
post #44 of 51
The shape difference between G100s and GPRO is subtle but the actual feelings in hand are very different.
Logitech shouldn't have made this mouse this way.
Besides, I'm not happy with G100s' buttons. G3's shape and buttons are the best in my opinion.
post #45 of 51
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Originally Posted by fourthavenue View Post

The shape difference between G100s and GPRO is subtle but the actual feelings in hand are very different.
Logitech shouldn't have made this mouse this way.
Besides, I'm not happy with G100s' buttons. G3's shape and buttons are the best in my opinion.

Agree, G3 was the best out of all 3
post #46 of 51
I bent the switch spring back and forth a few times to find the best click rigidity on my g100s that had left click issues. now the LMB works well and requires more force to actuate than originally, which is very nice. though it remains to be seen if it'll work longer this time.

the fix being this easy, I see no reason to shy away from this mouse for its clicks' poor reputation, because it's great otherwise
post #47 of 51
It has long been replaced by similar mice. Yes they did change the shape a little because why else launch a new mice that is worse shape wise and costs more? They listen too much to the "oh no I need V shape sides so it's easy to pick up" and other stuff.
post #48 of 51
Logitech's logic. They refuse to repeat the same design for a new mouse (even if it worked so good: G1, G3, G100s) in the name of "innovation". There's a lot of potential in Logitech's hands to do great things thanks to the technology and engineering they have.. they are just wasting opportunities to have a better place in the pro-gaming scene with such weird decisions on a mouse's design. Anyway, I just hope they revise the G-Pro/G203 so they fix those goddamn sides.
post #49 of 51
It's been known they didn't reuse old shapes because they (apparently) weren't selling well at the time. A victim of the then much smaller gaming market. When they switched to different styles the market blew up and sales increased. Exception is the G402 that took a hit with the "fusion adds so much lag" crap that was passing around. And that was pretty damn cool technology for a low cost. I hope it lives on in some form (wireless??).

I too would appreciate a straighter sides (and a little more consistent/taller back) update to the smaller G mice. Or an updated design wired G900.
post #50 of 51
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Originally Posted by SmashTV View Post

It's been known they didn't reuse old shapes because they (apparently) weren't selling well at the time. A victim of the then much smaller gaming market. When they switched to different styles the market blew up and sales increased. Exception is the G402 that took a hit with the "fusion adds so much lag" crap that was passing around. And that was pretty damn cool technology for a low cost. I hope it lives on in some form (wireless??).

I too would appreciate a straighter sides (and a little more consistent/taller back) update to the smaller G mice. Or an updated design wired G900.

You cant tell me the MX518/G400/G3 mouses didn't sell well, they were one of the most popular mouses back in the day (especially the MX518) but they just refuse to see that for some reason
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