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post #11 of 3580
Omg, he had it the whole time! Looks like an awesome mouse! Can't wait to get my hands on one, hopefully it gets released in Singapore.

How are the side buttons and the middle click?
post #12 of 3580
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Drops september 10th
Ugh. A month until I'm gonna get my hands on this mouse. Such a long time NotLikeThis
post #13 of 3580
omg what is that circular feet...the G900 and G303 glide so much better without the feet near the sensor.

Regardless, looks like a great mouse and I will probably be buying one on release.
post #14 of 3580
Ino you have a big hand. You palm, no pain at all in longer gaming sessions?
post #15 of 3580
Wonder why the switch to a mechanical encoder?
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post #16 of 3580
We wanted to try something new.

Also we found that people preferred the feeling of the mechanical encoder for bhopping.
post #17 of 3580
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As you can see there is no cursor movement which means the lens is fixed.
Yay, we have a light, smooth edge, compact, ambidextrous mouse with the 3366 sensor and spring button system like the G303 minus the lens movement!
post #18 of 3580
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We wanted to try something new.

Also we found that people preferred the feeling of the mechanical encoder for bhopping.

It's late you should be sleeping. Lol
post #19 of 3580
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We wanted to try something new.

Also we found that people preferred the feeling of the mechanical encoder for bhopping.

Man I adore your optical encoders!. Whats the expected lifespan on it?

Also I still remeber the Logitech g3 mouse. Was my favourite shape. And when I transplanted the mx518 into it it became awesome
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It's late you should be sleeping. Lol
It's only midnight... smile.gif
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