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post #71 of 232
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Originally Posted by CorruptBE View Post

I'm using a G900 now till Zowie jumps on the 3360 bandwagon (or SS with a new Sensei). G303 causes pain after an hour for me.

How does the g900 feel compared to the g303 when used in wireless mode? Is the sensor just as snappy and responsive? If so I might give it a shot.
post #72 of 232
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Originally Posted by racer11 View Post

How does the g900 feel compared to the g303 when used in wireless mode? Is the sensor just as snappy and responsive? If so I might give it a shot.

Its a bit less responsiv, but still good.
post #73 of 232
I just unplugged my fk1 to change the polling rate and then plugged it back in and windows recognized it but the dpi led doesn't turn on and mouse is dead. Is it dead for good? It's a working port btw.
post #74 of 232
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Originally Posted by coldc0ffee View Post

I just unplugged my fk1 to change the polling rate and then plugged it back in and windows recognized it but the dpi led doesn't turn on and mouse is dead. Is it dead for good? It's a working port btw.

Same problem with my 3310-modded MiCO
post #75 of 232
So I'm guessing it's dead then. Tried everything. RMA time
post #76 of 232
zowie is fantastic what is this thread even about zowie is the best and the greatest have you ever seen a better mouse please be realistic and honest nice zowie
post #77 of 232
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

zowie is fantastic what is this thread even about zowie is the best and the greatest have you ever seen a better mouse please be realistic and honest nice zowie

If the user name was "Reddit" this would be 100% accurate.
post #78 of 232
I think it's because it's what professional gamers use and always recommend. They're a good company and in comparison to other companies *cough* razer *cough* they don't break. So instead of recommending the Deathadder I would personally say the EC series. Everyone wants what the pros use.
post #79 of 232
Its not about pros. There just isnt competition for Zowie. Lets be honest now. G303 shape is a joke. All new logitech shapes are a joke. Sensor just doesnt play as big role as some of here think. And 3310 is just fine sensor.

And SteelSeries? Rival 700? LOL.

Usually when pro players end a sponsorship, they go back to Zowie from for example Razer products. Thats just the way it goes. Only ok competition is Roccat but they also make bad shapes. KPM is too small and thumbside is not good.
post #80 of 232
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Originally Posted by Poodle View Post

Its not about pros. There just isnt competition for Zowie. Lets be honest now. G303 shape is a joke. All new logitech shapes are a joke. Sensor just doesnt play as big role as some of here think. And 3310 is just fine sensor.

And SteelSeries? Rival 700? LOL.

Usually when pro players end a sponsorship, they go back to Zowie from for example Razer products. Thats just the way it goes. Only ok competition is Roccat but they also make bad shapes. KPM is too small and thumbside is not good.

So its not about the pros, but this is what the pros do? Plenty of other companies make good mice. The g303, g100s, g402, rival 300, Razer DA from the other 3 big companies. There are plenty of decent to good mice from other companies, but for whatever reason pros NEVER use anything that isn't from those 4 companies even when not sponsored.

Also I can't wait for the day people stop being so black and white about shapes. If I was as black and white about it as you I'd be going around saying the EC shape is a joke.
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