Originally Posted by popups
What are the advantages and disadvantages of having a high [9000-12000] fixed frame rate? Wouldn't it be better for the frame rate to be fixed rather than variable?
Why does the 3366 change its frame rates so much throughout a swipe?
Why is there no option to set the degree of angle snapping with the 3366 when you can do that with the 3310?
Why is there no option to increase the LOD of the 3366 when other sensors have this option?
Did you increase the debounce value in your mice because of a legitimate issues with the switches or because you don't want to be flooded with complaints/RMAs that stem from user error or assembly?
Did Logitech ever consider making a non wireless version of the G900?
Has Logitech contemplated having a "casual" and a "pro" line of gaming products?
Did the designers of the G303 regret not making the shape more subtle?
I hear many complaints about Logitech mice having cable failures. Is there something inherently wrong with the cables? What is the structure and materials of the cable and why did you choose to make it that way?
Why doesn't Logitech use the Omron D2F-01F switch in their more expensive mice?
Considering Logitech and Omron partnered to create a keyboard switch, would Logitech be open to creating a custom switch for mice?
Has Logitech studied sensor placement for mice? How does sensor placement affect the user?