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post #111 of 3549
Ino can you check if WMO/IME mousefeet will fit?
post #112 of 3549
Yeah, unfortunately due to being broke right now and perfectly happy with my g303 I don't think I can buy this one until the price drops a bit sad-smiley-002.gif . Logitech mice don't seem to stay at MSRP super long though. The EU pricing seems a bit odd, but I think EU prices include taxes and things which are higher there? Anyway for the US at least it has the same MSRP as the G303 which is what I was expecting. I hope it goes down below 50$ on black friday like I expect as well. That is only what 3 months and 10 days away sad-smiley-002.gif . I'll start the counter.
post #113 of 3549
I think fingertip users just fell in love
post #114 of 3549



Logitech actually made a regular shaped light mouse....sign me up
post #115 of 3549
I really want this mouse, but the fact that it's $10 less than the G502, and actually the same price in the EU is absolute price gouging.

The G502 was the first 3366 sensor mouse on the market, and as such you'd expect it to cover the R/D costs of the sensor. But it's been 2 years since release, with the G303 in-between. We now even have a public 3366. Early-adopter and exclusivity premiums shouldn't apply any more.

The G Pro is extremely simple in comparison to the G502 - it's just the G100s shape + rounded edges, fewer buttons, and fewer features. The only way Logi can justify the price is the "Pro" moniker. "We want a lighter mouse with your very popular g100s shape and 3366 sensor" isn't some revolutionary hardcore idea that makes this mouse super mind-blowing and niche.
post #116 of 3549
Well that's the thing with manufacturers these days, there's a certain beauty in simplicity, and a lot of companies forget that.


If Logitech made a mouse similar to the intellimouse 3, I'd buy that in a heartbeat. I don't need crazy weird features.
post #117 of 3549
I fingertip and prefer ambis ...usually a emo< lol emo......I mean WMO like shape like zowies but this will be just as good.


now when is the thing going to be available in the us? I haven't seen that yet.

Oh yeah and sorry Screamone but you just became irrelevant...
Edited by loki993 - 8/16/16 at 6:31am
post #118 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Watsyurdeal View Post

Well that's the thing with manufacturers these days, there's a certain beauty in simplicity, and a lot of companies forget that.


If Logitech made a mouse similar to the intellimouse 3, I'd buy that in a heartbeat. I don't need crazy weird features.

I agree, and I really like the look of this mouse.

My point is that there's no way the development and manufacture costs for this mouse justify the price, unless the G502 is somehow insanely underpriced. Even if street prices are much lower than the RRPs, the G Pro doesn't deserve to be in the same price bracket. Logi are clearly trying to justify the price with the "Pro" tag, but it's pure marketing.
post #119 of 3549
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Originally Posted by dukeReinhardt View Post

I agree, and I really like the look of this mouse.

My point is that there's no way the development and manufacture costs for this mouse justify the price, unless the G502 is somehow insanely underpriced. Even if street prices are much lower than the RRPs, the G Pro doesn't deserve to be in the same price bracket. Logi are clearly trying to justify the price with the "Pro" tag, but it's pure marketing.

It absolutely doesn't but they know people will pay it...unfortunately this is the exact mouse a lot of people have been waiting for , ie, simple, light, familiar shape with a superior sensor, and logitech knows it.

Also its a little bit more than the average price of a game....and you're going to use it for probably many many games. Personally if I'm getting a quality product I don't mind paying 70 bucks.
post #120 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Watsyurdeal View Post

Well that's the thing with manufacturers these days, there's a certain beauty in simplicity, and a lot of companies forget that.


If Logitech made a mouse similar to the intellimouse 3, I'd buy that in a heartbeat. I don't need crazy weird features.

this is my dream
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