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What's new for 'perfect' sensors?

post #1 of 17
Thread Starter 
Just for clarity, I'm not looking to upgrade my mouse at the moment. Just wondering if there is anything new in terms of "near perfect" sensors and implementations as I haven't been keeping track. Current mouse is ec1-a, I'm aware of the omron update by benq (keeping this in mind for the next time I feel like upgrading).

Anything new out there worth being aware of? Thanks smile.gif
post #2 of 17
The 3360 sensor, but such mice are not quite out yet. I think a swath of them are coming later this month.
post #3 of 17
Zowie recalled the omron switch models and switched back to huanos. Most of the reason for their stiffer clicks is the shell anyway though. For light clicks the buttons really need to be a separate piece from the shell.

Anyway the 3366/3360 are supposed to be better, but as with other sensors the implementation can be messed up. Logitech did a pretty good job with it in the g303, g502, and g900, but it appears there are still things they could improve on. Also the g502 is quite heavy, the g303 is a polarizing shape and while I love it many don't like it and it is definitely way different than an ec1 so if you like that odds are good you wouldn't like the g303 shape, and the g900 is very expensive especially if you aren't interested in wireless mice.
post #4 of 17
g303, hand cancer is real...
post #5 of 17
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

Zowie recalled the omron switch models and switched back to huanos. Most of the reason for their stiffer clicks is the shell anyway though. For light clicks the buttons really need to be a separate piece from the shell.

Anyway the 3366/3360 are supposed to be better, but as with other sensors the implementation can be messed up. Logitech did a pretty good job with it in the g303, g502, and g900, but it appears there are still things they could improve on. Also the g502 is quite heavy, the g303 is a polarizing shape and while I love it many don't like it and it is definitely way different than an ec1 so if you like that odds are good you wouldn't like the g303 shape, and the g900 is very expensive especially if you aren't interested in wireless mice.

Sucks that they recalled them, I'll have to wait for a better offering from zowie before upgrading. Wouldn't mind seeing what happens if 3366/3360 comes out in other mice.
post #6 of 17
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g303, hand cancer is real...

People really need to stop with this. I love the g303 and ergo shapes like the EC1 and EC2 give me hand cramps. Its all preference.
post #7 of 17
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People really need to stop with this. I love the g303 and ergo shapes like the EC1 and EC2 give me hand cramps. Its all preference.

You are in the minority. Very few people love the G303's shape.
post #8 of 17
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

You are in the minority. Very few people love the G303's shape.

That doesn't mean people need to constantly hate on it. I don't constantly go around talking **** on the EC shapes or other ergo shapes that give me cramps.

Edit: Also I think the number of people that don't like it on this forum is higher than in general. On threads on forums for games I play where people show their setups and things like that it is one of the most common mice.
post #9 of 17
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

That doesn't mean people need to constantly hate on it. I don't constantly go around talking **** on the EC shapes or other ergo shapes that give me cramps.

Edit: Also I think the number of people that don't like it on this forum is higher than in general. On threads on forums for games I play where people show their setups and things like that it is one of the most common mice.

Agreed.
post #10 of 17
I dont get how you've made the 303 comfortable though, we're all humans with the same hand design. How the hell does any hand make that feel more comfortable than say a death adder, or ec2a
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