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Almost everybody outside the hardcore gaming circle does. For example almost anyone who mainly plays games like WoW, Eve, Sims,...

Funny how the general consumer thinks heavy mice and keyboards means quality, but heavy laptops are not something they want.
post #12 of 32
>We also take great care not to make significant changes to products people love without a clear understanding of the long term ramifications might be.

explains how they made the g302/3 shape rolleyes.gif
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G303 got murdered in the comments, lol!
    
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post #14 of 32
Ah yes, the good old Reddit AMA - Also known as "Cheap PR/Marketing stunt" where they dont answer any legit questions, and ignore any questions that might make them look like they have no clue what theyre doing on some parts.

Also, didnt they change name to Logi? rolleyes.gif
post #15 of 32
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If you think there are only a few "hardcore" WoW or EVE players, you've clearly never played them much!

Unless this was sarcasm that I missed?

No sarcasm, I know many people that play those games very seriously, but they don't care for mouse performance at all, much more for lots of buttons and "nice quality" aka heavy bricks. in the clan I was in 3-4 years ago the most common mouse among the Eve players was a G700. Many wow players used it too, followed by the Naga.
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Also, didnt they change name to Logi? rolleyes.gif

You know, I was wondering about that recently too. Maybe they realized it's not a good idea to drop a well known name for one that is pretty bad, for a pretentious reason no less.
post #17 of 32
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You know, I was wondering about that recently too. Maybe they realized it's not a good idea to drop a well known name for one that is pretty bad, for a pretentious reason no less.

 

 

Or maybe it is just a sub brand for casual products as stated.

post #18 of 32
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Should upvote the mx300 post biggrin.gif
Problem is the last time, when they tried to listen to the community on this regard, they came up with the g100s. rolleyes.gif
Even the G3 was better in about every way. 6 different pollingrates, including 1000hz. Far more CPI steps (and even usable) Better, if not the best coating.(I taped it anyway, as i like glossy structure on a mouse, like on the mx300/G1. But people used to say the coating is awesome) Better materials in general. Buttons didn't fail even after 3 years of using.
Only the G5 sensor isn't for everyone.
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post #19 of 32
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Problem is the last time, when they tried to listen to the community on this regard, they came up with the g100s. rolleyes.gif
Even the G3 was better in about every way. 6 different pollingrates, including 1000hz. Far more CPI steps (and even usable) Better, if not the best coating.(I taped it anyway, as i like glossy structure on a mouse, like on the mx300/G1. But people used to say the coating is awesome) Better materials in general. Buttons didn't fail even after 3 years of using.
Only the G5 sensor isn't for everyone.


Yeah the Logitech development team is about as reliable as the Finalmouse logistics department..
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Originally Posted by zeflow View Post

Yeah the Logitech development team is about as reliable as the Finalmouse logistics department..

The Logitech development team actually exists though.
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Even the G3 was better in about every way.

Lower sensor position and atrocious lift off distance ruined the whole thing.
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