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post #191 of 1323
This could be a really nice mouse. I have gone from full palmer to hybrid-claw, so I guess this might be nice. Let's just hope that Logicool learned from their utterly malfunction about sensor rattle.
post #192 of 1323
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Originally Posted by Necroblob View Post

If they release a G100s with the same buttons as the G303 and 3366 sensor then I will buy on release. And if I like it as much as I think I would like it then I will buy 10 more to futureproof me until death.
Same here. Except I will buy only one additional, not 10. smile.gif

But what are the odds that Logitech has heard our prayers?
post #193 of 1323
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Originally Posted by Necroblob View Post

If they release a G100s with the same buttons as the G303 and 3366 sensor then I will buy on release. And if I like it as much as I think I would like it then I will buy 10 more to futureproof me until death.

That is pretty much my dream mouse.
I always wanted a better Logitech G3, but it never existed.
post #194 of 1323
Does this look more like a Zowie than a Logitech? Logitech could be responding to the demand for a more plain design.
post #195 of 1323
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Originally Posted by Luminair View Post

Does this look more like a Zowie than a Logitech? Logitech could be responding to the demand for a more plain design.

I dream of Logitech G PRO (ie plain shapes, simple designs, no mish mash of colours, no RGB LEDs, no super buttons etc) line... biggrin.gif
post #196 of 1323
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Originally Posted by munchzilla View Post

I dream of Logitech G PRO (ie plain shapes, simple designs, no mish mash of colours, no RGB LEDs, no super buttons etc) line... biggrin.gif
that's a great idea. it would be cool if they actually did something like that party.gif
post #197 of 1323
If they did anything close to what Zowie does with Multiple sizes for mice say the EC series? Call it the LG series(or something close), they would kill off every other company dropping mice. It would be GG.
post #198 of 1323
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

If they did anything close to what Zowie does with Multiple sizes for mice say the EC series? Call it the LG series(or something close), they would kill off every other company dropping mice. It would be GG.

I disagree, there is such a thing as too much choice.
post #199 of 1323
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

If they did anything close to what Zowie does with Multiple sizes for mice say the EC series? Call it the LG series(or something close), they would kill off every other company dropping mice. It would be GG.

Honestly I'd much rather just see more completely different mice than the same mouse in a bunch of different sizes. People who prefer different sized mice usually hold them differently and like different shapes. For example a large mouse meant for fingertip gripping doesn't make sense at least to me. A very small ergo mouse meant for palm grip wouldn't make much sense either. Zowie doesn't make a single mouse I would consider small though. They only make medium to large mice. The ZA13 and EC2 are borderline small I guess, but more like medium-small and not actually small.
post #200 of 1323
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Originally Posted by justnvc View Post

I disagree, there is such a thing as too much choice.

For what it's worth, I'm only using a Zowie mouse because the shape melts into my hand (old yellow FK1). I tried the G303 and it made haste in destroying my forearm and palm with cramps and other maladies - it was a bastard, but the clicks and the sensor felt unmatched. If Logitech would do the just and noble thing by releasing a mouse with the attention to detail Logitech is notorious for as well as the shape and weight that they're not notorious for - well I pale to think of the volume they would sell.
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