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post #11 of 14
chinese omrons are far from being the worst. (and i thought japan omrons weren't produced any longer?)
shell design and materials contributes just as much as switches used though, which is why for example any deathadder or the G100s feel bad to me. not to mention the critique on zowie mice
post #12 of 14
Shape (7/10)
Weight (6/10) - something between 75 and 90 I guess
Two side/thumb-buttons (9/10)
Cable (5/10) - as long as it's not as stiff as the KPM's (would probably reuse my parachord one anyway)
Clicks (7/10) - got more important since I used the G303. Tried the Rival 100 afterwards and I can't really click. biggrin.gif
LED's (1/10) - not really necessary thumb.gif
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post #13 of 14
it must be ambi because I fingertip and I can't stand the shape of ergo mice.
It must be light
it must have an optical sensor if i'm using it for FPS

and thats about it.
post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by tp4tissue View Post

Logitech cheaps out on switches like everyone else... biggrin.gif

Yeah man.. those 5m rated d2f-01 sub minis not even intended for mice are so much better. How dare Logitech make exclusive deals and offer higher rating solutions that serve mass market longevity.
Edited by jsx3 - 7/25/16 at 8:04am
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