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Poll Results: Wishlist signatures for shapes to feature a no-compromise sensor

 
  • 19% (15)
    G1/G100 shape
  • 10% (8)
    Zowie MiCo/LMO shape
  • 18% (14)
    G9 refresh
  • 31% (24)
    WMO shape
  • 20% (16)
    IE3 shape
77 Total Votes  
post #1 of 22
Thread Starter 
The subject matter of this post obviously belong in the unspecific mouse thread, however I feel that there should be something reflecting the general sentiment of the community that is highly visible to anyone (hopefully that includes product development in major brands) who searched on Google.

From my biased opinion, looking around the forum it generally seems that the most exasperated calls were for the G1 shape with a premium, flawless sensor and implementation, so I'm going to start with collecting "signatures" from everyone supporting this sentiment.

Please vote and/or reply to let the world know how much you want this(ese).
post #2 of 22
wmo shape with proper sensor position, not like steelseries.
post #3 of 22
I'm missing an option to vote for the MX310 shape.
post #4 of 22
WMO / Sensei / FK1 & 2 like shape preferable. But I can settle for a G100S / MX300 shape as well.
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Samsung 840 Pro Seagate Barracuda 1.5 TB Seagate Barracuda 2.0 TB Seagate Barracuda 4TB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
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post #5 of 22
Kinzu-shape with side buttons.
post #6 of 22
I think I accidentally ruined your poll... I misread and misvoted. I'm sorry frown.gif
post #7 of 22
WMO shape is bestestest
post #8 of 22
+1 for Kinzu with side buttons on the left. I love that shape, however, now I'm used to my G100s and love it <3
post #9 of 22
G9x with a centered 3366/3360 and less weight from not having a weight system or hyperscroll (forces the wheel to be heavier) and I'd be super excited. And in an ideal-for-me-but-not-others world it'd just be the precision grip's shape as the outright shell, since if it didn't have the shell-changing system it'd be a lot lighter too (and then the side buttons could actually be traditional switches).

But at the end of the day if they released the same mouse with a centered 3366 I'd be happy.
post #10 of 22
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Originally Posted by a_ak57 View Post

G9x with a centered 3366/3360 and less weight from not having a weight system or hyperscroll (forces the wheel to be heavier) and I'd be super excited. And in an ideal-for-me-but-not-others world it'd just be the precision grip's shape as the outright shell, since if it didn't have the shell-changing system it'd be a lot lighter too (and then the side buttons could actually be traditional switches).

But at the end of the day if they released the same mouse with a centered 3366 I'd be happy.

Exactly my thoughts.
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