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post #381 of 934
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How are the switches on the Pro S? difficult to actuate? Too large of a travel distance? Bothersome?
The clicks on the Pro S are almost identical to its predecessor, the Non-S. It's okay. I can live with it. It's like someone already stated, it's in-between a DA and maybe an FK1. This just goes to show that Omrons or Huanos, the shell is the major culprit to how stiff the M1/M2 buttons are. Come to think of it, it's sort've a chore to spam-click the buttons on this mouse. If you're a sniper type, you'll love it. But if you like using pistols or do a lot of short controlled bursts by spamming the buttons, it might be a chore. Then again, I've been spoiled with the excellent switches on my G303 and G900 rolleyes.gif
post #382 of 934
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Dunno about the dpi steps, I just talked about the maximum native dpi, which is 5000dpi. Where did you read that it is higher? I would be interested in a link/source.

Just realized I didn't post my answer: source is that I was lucky enough to talk to Francoise Morier and that is what he told me. Considering that the 3366 was co-developed by Logitech that makes it a very credible source imo. Also people more into the details of how a sensor works than I am have also found that too be true.

The only thing you could possibly go back to is the native resolution of the chip which is 36x36 iirc so it would be 1296, but that has little to nothing to do with CPI.

Not native CPI steps are a thing of something like the 3090 where the sensor would only do 400/800/... steps and everything in between had to be calculated by the mcu.

Also 3366 isn't a derivate of the A9500/9800 architecture.
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Just received mine, and it hasn't come with any plastic over the mouse feet and has a very noticeable wobbly mouse wheel. Makes a lot of noise when it gets swiped around.
Would this mean I have been given an already returned mouse? It looked as though there was some scuff marks on the feet, do they test them in the factory first?
Doesn't glide all that well
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RMA that thing, sounds weird.
post #386 of 934
I think you got a defective one, i mean mouse wheel shouldn't wobble at all. It should be really steady and makes zero noises when moving it. The mouse itself shouldn't make any kinda noise while moving!
post #387 of 934
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Just received mine, and it hasn't come with any plastic over the mouse feet and has a very noticeable wobbly mouse wheel. Makes a lot of noise when it gets swiped around.
Would this mean I have been given an already returned mouse? It looked as though there was some scuff marks on the feet, do they test them in the factory first?
Doesn't glide all that well

Return it, even though I do get a minor scroll wheel wobble (though it cannot be felt or heard when moving the mouse around, I have to slam it around with my finger) the feet should always come with plastic on them. Always.
    
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Just received mine, and it hasn't come with any plastic over the mouse feet and has a very noticeable wobbly mouse wheel. Makes a lot of noise when it gets swiped around.

Are you sure-sure? Took me a day to figure out why it wouldn't glide properly.

Couldn't see the plastic film, it's very subtle. It started to deteriorate, bubble. Mouse scrapping got worse, then here it was.
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post #389 of 934
The plastic is REALLY hard to see and looks scratched on the mouse feet. I had the same issue
post #390 of 934
Ok thanks guys it's been corrected the plastic was still on; was very hard to see. Now to decide if I can be bothered putting up with this mouse wheel or not..
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