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Thank you for making a mouse that I want to buy. That is all haha.

I play mouse in left-hand with my right on WSAD. My feedback to Chris is limited in usefulness.

We did however utilize pro-player feedback throughout the process. One of the leading drives for this project was "let's give that group exactly what it wants".
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Originally Posted by eShrew View Post

I play mouse in left-hand with my right on WSAD. My feedback to Chris is limited in usefulness.

We did however utilize pro-player feedback throughout the process. One of the leading drives for this project was "let's give that group exactly what it wants".

Good idea, I must say. Can't wait to get this badboy in my hand. Precisely what I've been looking for in a mouse for a long time.
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I play mouse in left-hand with my right on WSAD. My feedback to Chris is limited in usefulness.

We did however utilize pro-player feedback throughout the process. One of the leading drives for this project was "let's give that group exactly what it wants".

Out of curiosity can you tell us what features were the pros most adamant about this mouse having?
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Out of curiosity can you tell us what features were the pros most adamant about this mouse having?

Actually have Semphis coming into the office to do a Twitter Q/A in 2 hours. Might help answer that question.

Personal impression, I'd say that light-weight, ridonkulous sensor (3366) and simplified buttons were 3 core requests of most.
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Actually have Semphis coming into the office to do a Twitter Q/A in 2 hours. Might help answer that question.

Personal impression, I'd say that light-weight, ridonkulous sensor (3366) and simplified buttons were 3 core requests of most.

Was the G100s-esque shape explicitly requested or did you figure out on your own that it appeals to them?
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Was the G100s-esque shape explicitly requested or did you figure out on your own that it appeals to them?

I think this was answered before, they requested the G100s as a base.
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@Cpate and shrew, was this mouse designed for 122 or 131 grip or is more of a hybrid (whatever feels comfortable)?
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I think this was answered before, they requested the G100s as a base.

True. I've actually read that post and forgot about it. Buzzed with hype, I guess.

Still, I would find it interesting to know how aware everyone at Logitech were about the massive demand for something like this. This is not something only CS pros wanted. I know CPate at the very least was certainly aware.

With Overwatch scratching a lot of dormant Quake itches, this mouse will find a welcoming home in the market. Smaller mice are popular in arena shooter scenes.
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Originally Posted by eShrew View Post

Actually have Semphis coming into the office to do a Twitter Q/A in 2 hours. Might help answer that question.

Personal impression, I'd say that light-weight, ridonkulous sensor (3366) and simplified buttons were 3 core requests of most.

As soon as I saw 2x2 mouse feet and ino said rounded mouse feet my finger flew to the preorder. That was my biggest issue with prior ones the skates

I already knew the quality from past products so i have to try it. I'm wary about the size but if it fits it may be an end game mouse for quite a while. My first ever non ball mouse was an old old Logitech with no dpi steps, it was black with a red transparent body and the Logitech logo on the rear. Used it for like 4 years until moving to the g9x. But tbh I think that was my favorite and it resembles the new one only difference is my hand is much bigger now so fingers crossed I can grip it and keep it

Regardless thanks for making a mouse for the crazy niche I hope it does well. Ino saying he loves it is a good sign too
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feet imo is one of the least important things, since they can be replaced easily and cheaply,
easier and cheaper than replacing switches or cable for sure. it also doesn't void warranty.
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