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The logitech mouse feet are very good for stability and some suspect the two feet surrounding the sensor improves performance.

I consider the design of the feet to be very important to how the mouse will allow you to move it. I have issues with aiming well with certain mouse feet designs.
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imo they use way too much foot. i replaced the feet of the G303 with six tiny 5mm circles and also removed the C around the sensor. huge improvement. i use hard pad exclusively so the C-foot isn't really necessary for me anyway

i feel the same way about most other mice though. whatever was wrong with like how older mice did it? just a few small feet, there was never a problem with stability or glide, at least for me..
well maybe because of material used, but not so much shape or surface area
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probably wears faster or something something with the small ones, dunno. I prefer the round MX300-style ones. hyperglide MX300 so good.
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imo they use way too much foot. i replaced the feet of the G303 with six tiny 5mm circles and also removed the C around the sensor. huge improvement. i use hard pad exclusively so the C-foot isn't really necessary for me anyway

i feel the same way about most other mice though. whatever was wrong with like how older mice did it? just a few small feet, there was never a problem with stability or glide, at least for me..
well maybe because of material used, but not so much shape or surface area

Yes the standard small 2 top 2 bottom is the best implementation in my opinion, you have 'control' at each corner. I know artisan has some unique rounded mouse feet but they're way too expensive to ship here so most people just grab the dot hyperglides for replacements for most mice
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It depends on your pad a lot. Small circles probably don't work well if the pad is soft and the mouse can change height a bit with a smaller surface area. The 1/2 inch or so ovals are probably enough to prevent that happening too much though. I very definitely would not be alright with 5mm dot feet on my current pad.
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well i took the cheap route and bought some teflon sheets (thanks China).
added up, hyperglides would be quite expensive for me.

in a way i'm lucky because i much prefer hard pad, and it doesn't really matter if feet are rounded/machined like for example hyperglides are.
if i was using cloth then i'd probably just stick to hyperglides though.
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

imo they use way too much foot. i replaced the feet of the G303 with six tiny 5mm circles and also removed the C around the sensor. huge improvement. i use hard pad exclusively so the C-foot isn't really necessary for me anyway

i feel the same way about most other mice though. whatever was wrong with like how older mice did it? just a few small feet, there was never a problem with stability or glide, at least for me..
well maybe because of material used, but not so much shape or surface area

Big chamfered feet are much better for soft pads. Small feet sink in and cause uneven drag. On hard pads it doesn't really matter how big they are, it's much more important to not have the mouse wobble there, so they need to be as even as possible.
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Maybe it'll have the newest "exclusive" Pixart sensor since the public 3366 is making it's way out.

Let the speculation run rampant since Logi won't tell us anything. biggrin.gif


The succesor to the 3366 comes with a revolutionary technology that makes the mouse move without human interaction across the mousepad while playing games, landing perfect headshots tongue.gif
Edited by costilletas - 7/31/16 at 4:56pm
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Big chamfered feet are much better for soft pads. Small feet sink in and cause uneven drag. On hard pads it doesn't really matter how big they are, it's much more important to not have the mouse wobble there, so they need to be as even as possible.
My WMO's feet are significantly better than all the bighuge feet I've ever had on mice, on a G-SR of all things.
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Big chamfered feet are much better for soft pads. Small feet sink in and cause uneven drag. On hard pads it doesn't really matter how big they are, it's much more important to not have the mouse wobble there, so they need to be as even as possible.

yeah I'll have to disagree... I feel that less friction comes with smaller feet on smooth cloth pads, makes a huge difference for me in terms of static friction etc. especially rounded edges like hyperglides.
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