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post #121 of 3544
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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.

The g303 is the same price through the logitech site. Also this is around the same price as a zowie, SS rival 300, Razer DA, etc. I do wish it was lower, but if anything after a few months logitech mice are usually a steal compared to the competition.
Edited by chr1spe - 8/16/16 at 6:39am
post #122 of 3544
The ledge on the right side looks a little narrower than the g100s. Is it sufficient for a 1/3/1 grip to rest the ring ringer on top of the mouse?
post #123 of 3544
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Originally Posted by Demi9OD View Post

The ledge on the right side looks a little narrower than the g100s. Is it sufficient for a 1/3/1 grip to rest the ring ringer on top of the mouse?
It seems like this is the way Ino is holding it so I would think so. I hold the g303 that way so I'm hoping I can do the same with the pro.
post #124 of 3544
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

The g303 is the same price through the logitech site. Also this is around the same price as a zowie, SS rival 300, Razer DA, etc. I do wish it was lower, but if anything after a few months logitech mice are usually a steal compared to the competition.

It's almost double the price of a rival 300 in Sweden. Around 25-30% higher than a Zowie and 30-35% higher than a deathadder.

That being said the prices I've compared with are retailers prices so we will see what retailers put the G pro at.
post #125 of 3544
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Originally Posted by loki993 View Post

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.

Yeah, it's obviously a good business decision, but it's still BS. Like you, I don't mind paying a lot for something valuable to me, but it still stings when I know I'm being robbed at the same time.
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

The g303 is the same price through the logitech site. Also this is around the same price as a zowie, SS rival 300, Razer DA, etc. I do wish it was lower, but if anything after a few months logitech mice are usually a steal compared to the competition.

I'll get mine during Black Friday or some other sale, but I'm going to buy one for a friend soon, so his will be the full £70 from the Logitech GB site. That's the same as a G502(!).
Edited by dukeReinhardt - 8/16/16 at 6:59am
post #126 of 3544
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Originally Posted by Trippy View Post

It seems like this is the way Ino is holding it so I would think so. I hold the g303 that way so I'm hoping I can do the same with the pro.

That's one of the things I disliked about the 303 though, there is no ledge. Your ring finger is forced to the side instead of the top. If you rest it on top of the right button with how light they are, you can click by accident with ring pretty easily.
post #127 of 3544
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Originally Posted by SEJB View Post

It's almost double the price of a rival 300 in Sweden. Around 25-30% higher than a Zowie and 30-35% higher than a deathadder.

That being said the prices I've compared with are retailers prices so we will see what retailers put the G pro at.

Yeah, I mean I was talking about manufacturer's pricing mostly. I thought the Rival 300 was 59.99, but actually it looks like it is on sale for 49.99 through SS. It has 59.99 crossed out and 49.99 below that, but 39.99 on amazon. Zowies are 59.99-64.99 from amazon. DA is 69.99 through razer, but 46.99 on amazon. Funny enough the DA was 57.99 yesterday http://camelcamelcamel.com/Razer-DeathAdder-Chroma-Multi-Color-Comfortable/product/B00MYTSDU4 and on the 14th the Rival 300 dropped from 49.70 http://camelcamelcamel.com/SteelSeries-Rival-Optical-Gaming-Mouse/product/B0160USMW6. I think they might have dropped the price in response to something.

Anyway I think comparing manufacturer pricing to manufacturer pricing is more fair.

Edit: quoted wrong person originally.
Edited by chr1spe - 8/16/16 at 7:09am
post #128 of 3544
Are pre-orders essentially just going to be sent out on 10th September? So I can basically expect it at my door on say Wednesday or something (standard delivery)?
post #129 of 3544
If you want to be a "pro" you must pay.


This code works for $5 off.
5off-at-logi
Edited by frunction - 8/16/16 at 7:14am
post #130 of 3544
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Originally Posted by Demi9OD View Post

That's one of the things I disliked about the 303 though, there is no ledge. Your ring finger is forced to the side instead of the top. If you rest it on top of the right button with how light they are, you can click by accident with ring pretty easily.
Yea, I can see where that would be an issue. I don't really ever accidentally click Mouse 2 but it would be nice to have it be about 1-2mm wider.
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