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post #281 of 934
when mouse will be availivle in uk ?
post #282 of 934
tracking heads is an absolute dream with this mouse. the sensor feels alot snappier than in the g303 and g900 for me. maybe i get that feeling due to the shape and the amazing mousefeet
post #283 of 934
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Originally Posted by crzg View Post

tracking heads is an absolute dream with this mouse. the sensor feels alot snappier than in the g303 and g900 for me. maybe i get that feeling due to the shape and the amazing mousefeet

More like placebo effect. 3366 > 3360 there a lot to be said when finding a shape your happy with over better sensor.
     
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post #284 of 934
The sides of the glossy version are rubber and not plastic, right? I've been thinking about how much I've loved some of my plastic mice like my Zowie AM-GS and G100s and how some rubber coated mice I've had were actually less grippy like my KPM. If the glossy has plastic sides I think I'll pick it up over the matte smile.gif
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More like placebo effect. 3366 > 3360 there a lot to be said when finding a shape your happy with over better sensor.

What's the difference? Because I'm under the impression that they perform identically aside from smoothing the 3360 applies at 2000+ CPI and at any CPI, when the sensor detects a blurred image (which apparently doesn't happen at the default or lower LOD settings). And that may be changed in a later SROM. I know this mouse has much higher input delay relative to Logitech's 3366 mice, does that have something to do with a difference between the sensors?
post #285 of 934
I've heard nothing but good things about this mouse. So hyped for it to come soon.
post #286 of 934
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What's the difference? Because I'm under the impression that they perform identically aside from smoothing the 3360 applies at 2000+ CPI and at any CPI, when the sensor detects a blurred image (which apparently doesn't happen at the default or lower LOD settings). And that may be changed in a later SROM. I know this mouse has much higher input delay relative to Logitech's 3366 mice, does that have something to do with a difference between the sensors?

No performance difference that I know of, that's what I was pointing out to other member if his 3360 felt snappier than his 3366 it was a placebo and how important shape is because it just felt better to him. If anything was pointing out 3366 is better than 3360 with no smoothing and 50 CPI increments rather than 100 CPI steps.
     
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post #287 of 934
snappy this, raw that, responsive this..
all such terms have more or less lost their meaning cowboy.gif
post #288 of 934
word. dat mouse got a bangin sensor implementation, yo.
post #289 of 934
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when mouse will be availivle in uk ?

http://www.kustompcs.co.uk/acatalog/info_31366.html0
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word. dat mouse got a bangin sensor implementation, yo.

dat a sarcazm? Can't tell biggrin.gif
post #290 of 934
uaok is actually rocket jump ninja
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