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I just tried the g402 for the first time since i bought one ( and returned it) at launch. Really can't believe what logitech was thinking with that one. The amount of useless cluttering the thumb area is amazingly terrible. Let's pray they don't screw this one up again somehow.
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I just tried the g402 for the first time since i bought one ( and returned it) at launch. Really can't believe what logitech was thinking with that one. The amount of useless cluttering the thumb area is amazingly terrible. Let's pray they don't screw this one up again somehow.
It's the pinkie area that always bothered me... no space.
post #663 of 1323
Stew's stream said he trying the g900 tonight, but we all know thats not true.. biggrin.gif
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Stew's stream said he trying the g900 tonight, but we all know thats not true.. biggrin.gif

He could be switching/trying different mice now that pro teams have a vacation for a few weeks. Other people might be doing the same thing.
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Yeah in that oddshot with shazham he said he was trying the secret mouse or w/e
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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.

Chamfered=rounded

Also depends on grip, if you put little to no weight on the mouse of course little feet are ok. My WMO with stock feet scratches a bit in my usual grip for example, never tried hyperglides on it though. Also stock feet for almost all mice aren't as good as hyperglides.
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Big and rounded is an oxymoron; you add unrounded flat space in the middle, or round too large an area and make the mouse rock

WMO foot size is nearly ideal, merely the material is not. Cover it in teflon tape.
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Hence why I used the word chamfered. Only the sides need to be in a way that doesn't catch on the pad.

I actually prefer Zowie feet as hyperglides over smaller ones.
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It's gonna be treated as a "premium product", which means you'll be paying extra for the christmas lights and that heavy duty cable (which I'll admit is handy for submarine routing scenarios - no shark is getting through this one).

What are you pulling us through this time, Logitech? I thought you spent a lot of money and time doing lots of complicated tests involving heatmaps and what-not to achieve that perfect 302/303 shape. So what happened? Did you put more money into the machine and it spat out the MX300? No, that can't be right, nobody wants a mouse like that. I hope you guys didn't melt all your quarters for the G502 mousewheel because you should put more money into the slot and let that testing equipment run longer. This just doesn't look right to me. Where's the warp drive? Where are the photon torpedoes supposed to fit? And for Christ's sake, it's 2016, put your heart into it. We need innovation in this industry. Stick a seismometer on there or something.
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Hence why I used the word chamfered. Only the sides need to be in a way that doesn't catch on the pad.
That doesn't help anything. I specifically said that one of the options you run into with large feet is leaving a lot of flat space in the middle of the mouse foot. Contact area is to be avoided, and this just adds unnecessary contact area.
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