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post #251 of 1323
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Too bad their sponsored teams weren't good enough to make the event. At least they were able to celebrate Canada Day and Fourth of July.

is it only sponsored teams who get to play with this thing?
post #252 of 1323
Considering it isn't launched and there is no official info then yes only people connected to Logitech in some way has it for testing.
post #253 of 1323
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Considering it isn't launched and there is no official info then yes only people connected to Logitech in some way has it for testing.

well I mean... reviewers and stuff. I just want information of any kind at this point, it's too good to be true isn't it redface.gif
post #254 of 1323
Well, there's honestly very few ways Logi could screw this one up. The shape is virtually a non-issue (from what we can tell) and they've already got all the other bases covered. In the current climate of the mouse market I can't see them "cutting corners" in any regard.
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Well, there's honestly very few ways Logi could screw this one up. The shape is virtually a non-issue (from what we can tell) and they've already got all the other bases covered. In the current climate of the mouse market I can't see them "cutting corners" in any regard.

It could be heavy, but considering pros are using it I doubt it is. Other than that I can't think of anything logitech would actually do poorly.
post #256 of 1323
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It could be heavy, but considering pros are using it I doubt it is. Other than that I can't think of anything logitech would actually do poorly.

True but there have been exceptions.
NIP and some other pros used the first Rival in a few tournies before it officially came out and that thing was considered unwieldy and heavy (~130 grams) by alot of enthusiasts here when it officially came out. Needless to say, they weren't using the Rival for very long tongue.gif
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post #257 of 1323
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True but there have been exceptions.
NIP and some other pros used the first Rival in a few tournies before it officially came out and that thing was considered unwieldy and heavy (~130 grams) by alot of enthusiasts here when it officially came out. Needless to say, they weren't using the Rival for very long tongue.gif

Rival is ~105g, 130 is with cable included. There is pros who still use Rival.
post #258 of 1323
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Yeah, rival is 105g which is about the heaviest mouse commonly used by pros along with the DA, but the rival is extremely popular and probably the most popular mouse with CS pros other than the EC2. It is also much larger than this mouse though which means it can get away with weighing a bit more. 105g wouldn't be a complete deal breaker for a smaller mouse for me, but I definitely would prefer under 100g.
post #259 of 1323
I couldn't imagine this mouse being any heavier than the Revel (85g).

I'm a bit more confident in Logi's engineering direction after the G900.
post #260 of 1323
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I couldn't imagine this mouse being any heavier than the Revel (85g).

I'm a bit more confident in Logi's engineering direction after the G900.

Ah ha..ha You're still forgetting about the G303 series, so I won't be relaxed about what they will be producing until they've met the very basic design requirements here, that it needs to be ergonomically sound for most people to use.

If they fail even that basic task, then it doesn't matter what sensor they choose to fit inside it doh.gif .
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