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post #21 of 33
Why on earth would you need smoothing control on a mouse which has pretty much no smoothing which you can detect what so ever. Click latency is already better than most of the products out there too.
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post #22 of 33
Quote:
Originally Posted by RealSteelH6 View Post

MX518 reincarnation with the 3366 Sensor, G303 Clicks, 90g Weight and a more flexible cable.

That's everything I want in a mouse +1
post #23 of 33
Well, they wouldn't do it even in a hypothetical but I'd ask for a custom G9x that has the 3366 and has been redesigned to ditch the weight tray and use the precision grip as the mouse's shell outright (instead of having it as an extra layer over top the actual mouse) and also use the thin wall tech of the G900. And since it'd be doable with the precision grip being the actual shell, I'd want normal switches for the side buttons. Oh and no hyperscroll wheel, just a regular one.
post #24 of 33
Dear Logitech,

For my birfday I wanted to ask for world peace...but I have to ask you for a favor instead. Can you actually put one of your awsum sensors in a decent shell?

I'll accept world peace if that's easier...
Edited by czerro - 8/1/16 at 4:19pm
post #25 of 33
G303 with:

- Better shape (g100s or similar)
- No braided, ultra thin cable.
- Decent mouse feet, no weird shapes that will increase friction on cloth pad.
- No sensor rattle
- Better premium scrollwheel
- Proper/equal weight distribution

Ofcourse non of which will happen as logitech loves awkward shapes, hard to clean mice that look absolutely awesome for 12yo kids.
We want a braided 110/220 power cable attached 1cm thick because the weight of the mouse will be 500 grams. As long as it looks good, who cares!

;-)
post #26 of 33
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Originally Posted by daniel0731ex View Post

Soo...basically a G1 with an updated sensor?

BTW, guess who's birthday it was yesterday?

I got a G1 but the feeling on up and down is inconsistent. So I'm not sure I would take that as a reference. The wheel on a CM spawn is better IMO.

In fact all Logitech mice with bj58 shape I own (G1, MX300, G1) have an odd feeling when using the wheel (either inconsistent up/down, noisy or lack of tactile feeling).
Edited by vinzbe - 8/1/16 at 5:37pm
post #27 of 33
bring back the G5 even with its flawed sensor. first "gaming" mouse I bought redface.gif
post #28 of 33
MX518 with an updated sensor.
post #29 of 33
I'd ask for Kinzu with 3366 and side buttons. But it's not like logi's gonna do that so w/e.
post #30 of 33
I'd ask for an ambidextrous mouse with indentation on both the left and the right side to pick it up with no effort, because I'd like that a lot as a low sensitivity gamer. Also, I'd like two side buttons and omron switches with Logitech's uncontested 3366 sensor. It should't weigh more than 85 to 90g, and lenghtwise between 12 to 16 cm.
Edited by Pragmatist - 8/1/16 at 10:17pm
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