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When you have robotic arms it doesn't matter as much.
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how could you fail to see that weight is not unimportant?

ive used tons of mouse all of them feel the same cant even tell the difference in weight unless noted in spec
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post #13 of 24
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Originally Posted by M1st View Post

It's over 100 grams.

So is the Deathadder along with other popular & heavily used mice. So that is a horrid point.
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how could you fail to see that weight is not unimportant?

To some it is not a big issue. I pointed out in the Rival 700 thread that coming from a light mouse to the Rival 700, the weight was noticeable. However after using it over a few weeks I am adjusted and no longer notice it at 400 dpi. The weight has no hindered me in any way shape or form. I ran the Roccat Kone XTD Optical for a long while which is heavier than Hell itself. Still never had an issue with it. To some it matters more, to others it does not.

Plenty of reviews the person says something along the lines of a mouse being 'so light it feels cheap & hollow' or 'it has a nice weight to it so it feels sturdy and well built'. Lots of people think a heavier mouse means it is better built, which is obviously not true. lol
Edited by PhiZaRoaH - 7/13/16 at 7:27am
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ive used tons of mouse all of them feel the same cant even tell the difference in weight unless noted in spec

It's one thing to not have a preference for weight, but not being able to tell a difference is pretty odd tbh. That's like thinking all ambi mice feel the same or something (not having no preference but actually thinking they all feel the same).

Although out of curiosity, what kind of sensitivity do you play at? If you're really high sens like most people then that could explain it, since it's much harder to notice weight differences when you're barely moving the mouse.
post #15 of 24
Silly shape/weight/gimmicks, just like all new Logitech mice (the gaming ones, that is).
The G100s was the last one with a decent shape and no BS and they discontinued it.

If anything, new Logitech mice are too popular. Every mouse they release gets 200 pages of replies here.
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Silly shape/weight/gimmicks, just like all new Logitech mice (the gaming ones, that is).
The G100s was the last one with a decent shape and no BS and they discontinued it.

If anything, new Logitech mice are too popular. Every mouse they release gets 200 pages of replies here.

well I wouldn't trust anything that is endorsed by "Pro gamers" just like you should never trust anything that is endorsed by "celebrities"
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post #17 of 24
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well I wouldn't trust anything that is endorsed by "Pro gamers" just like you should never trust anything that is endorsed by "celebrities"

There's a difference between using the same cologne as J.Lo and using the same tennis racket as Djokovic, if you catch my drift.
Still you should find the racket appropriate to you, but at least the one Djokovic uses will be a quality piece of equipment that has stood the test of major tournaments.
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post #18 of 24
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ive used tons of mouse all of them feel the same cant even tell the difference in weight unless noted in spec

Ive also used tons of mice and I can tell you I can absolutely tell the difference. I currently use an FK2 its pretty light, I got a KPM and it's a little heavier but nothing crazy I tried and Avior 7k and the thing was a complete brick. It makes a difference to some people...it actually makes a difference to a lot of people.
post #19 of 24
Don't like the shape and weight (well, mostly the shape). I'm just not a logitech gaming mouse guy. The sensor/tracking is great though I had one briefly to test.
Edited by Tivan - 7/13/16 at 8:43am
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post #20 of 24
You're all wrong..

It's not popular, because it's ugly.. biggrin.gif
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