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post #231 of 1323
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Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post

There would be no reason to NOT put a 3366 in this mouse. I could understand your fears if the G303 were still in full production, but what other reason would Logitech have to EOL and discontinue the G303 then?

Besides me wanting a fully wired version of the G900 to come out, I do find that shape on the G303/G100s to be a bit too small for my overly long fingers, but it's not something that's pain inducing to use. I would be happy with replacing my g303 with this upcoming one, so I don't have to deal with sponge pieces in lens fixes for sensor stability :/
My point was more along the lines of what other choices do they even have? They seem to be investing in the strength of 3366 (3360 won't mean anything if it has been implemented poorly) and don't have many alternatives anyway.

The cynical part of me worries that they'd avoid creating the super awesome mouse almost everyone has been dreaming about for fears it'd cannibalise their other products, but for all we know they might have something better than 3366 in the works since it has been around a few years now.
post #232 of 1323
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Originally Posted by dlano View Post

My point was more along the lines of what other choices do they even have? They seem to be investing in the strength of 3366 (3360 won't mean anything if it has been implemented poorly) and don't have many alternatives anyway.

The cynical part of me worries that they'd avoid creating the super awesome mouse almost everyone has been dreaming about for fears it'd cannibalise their other products, but for all we know they might have something better than 3366 in the works since it has been around a few years now.

I guess they could improve the SROM of the 3366. Hardware wise, I don't see the point of changing it.
post #233 of 1323
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

I guess they could improve the SROM of the 3366. Hardware wise, I don't see the point of changing it.
Logitech marketing could probably pull a Razer I guess, add a ridiculous 20,000dpi setting, label it 3367 and call it a job well done. Meanwhile the engineers squeeze in a few improvements here and there.
post #234 of 1323
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Originally Posted by dlano View Post

Logitech marketing could probably pull a Razer I guess, add a ridiculous 20,000dpi setting, label it 3367 and call it a job well done. Meanwhile the engineers squeeze in a few improvements here and there.
they said they stopped at 12000CPI , but the Sensor can go higher ...
they need to improve the LoD Settings wink.gif , coz that calibrating isnt really nice ...
Ive got really Big Hopes in that Mice smile.gif
post #235 of 1323
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The cynical part of me worries that they'd avoid creating the super awesome mouse almost everyone has been dreaming about for fears it'd cannibalise their other products
Almost everyone in the very small mouse enthusiast community is still a small part of their customers.
Even though things are changing in the gaming crowd, to the average Joe more weight still means better build quality, more buttons makes a better input device and rgb leds is a killer feature.
I highly doubt most people will be enthusiastic about paying premium price for what looks exactly like their $5 dell mouse, if anything it's a very niche product, no worries logicool.
post #236 of 1323
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Originally Posted by genericcc View Post

Almost everyone in the very small mouse enthusiast community is still a small part of their customers.
Even though things are changing in the gaming crowd, to the average Joe more weight still means better build quality, more buttons makes a better input device and rgb leds is a killer feature.
I highly doubt most people will be enthusiastic about paying premium price for what looks exactly like their $5 dell mouse, if anything it's a very niche product, no worries logicool.

That smaller crowd buys more than one mouse.

The average consumer buys one mouse and plans to use the warranty at some point. They don't buy a mouse every time a new one comes out. They will buy the "updated" version of the mouse they had.

I forget how many mice I have owned.
post #237 of 1323
Speaking of which, has anyone tried replacing the internals of the Logitech Dell office mice with something decent?
post #238 of 1323
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Originally Posted by mitavreb View Post

Lucky lucky claw and fingertip grip users. Another mouse for them.

A big *sigh* for palm grip users.

Most mice out there cater toward the palm grippers though! Y'all have a huge selection to choose from already
Edited by zapasta - 7/4/16 at 5:43pm
post #239 of 1323
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Originally Posted by zapasta View Post

Most mice out there cater toward the palm grippers though! Y'all have a huge selection to choose from already

I can palm a mouse that is 36mm in height. It's about the arch and the width.
post #240 of 1323
So today ESL One Cologne starts, maybe we'll hear something. Unfortunately neither Skadoodle nor Semphis is competing (to my knowledge) and I don't know if Logitech is sponsoring some other teams that are there. Either way, it will be interesting since Logitech seem to be a sponsor to the whole event thumb.gif
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