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Originally Posted by CPate View Post

We wanted to try something new.

Also we found that people preferred the feeling of the mechanical encoder for bhopping.
I always thought u guys peaked with the G5- why not make another G5? changing only to a faster sensor??
That was the perfect shape- fits in my hand like my u know what.
post #132 of 3556
so i wake up, it's 7am here, and there's 130 posts already...

well i have only 3 comments for the mouse
1. sensor position is ~5mm higher than that of g100s
2. wheel is the best i've used. basically as good as the one in the kpm but easier to scroll
3. cable is thick and heavy but of course replaceable
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post #133 of 3556
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Originally Posted by dukeReinhardt View Post

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.

Thats not how capitalism works. It's about supply and demand. They charge what they think they can charge, not what's "justified". We have so many mice out there but not one is perfect. We all lusting for the perfect one. If this mouse is a G303 in a safe shape, it will be perfect, possibly the best mouse for claw grip. It's a corporation, what do you expect?
post #134 of 3556
god mouse has arrived



finally
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Was really hoping surface tuning wouldn't be a feature frown.gif

Is the factory default any different to the G303? It always felt terrible to me on multiple mice :/
post #136 of 3556
Your ring finger looks very uncomfortable. Is it just the picture?
post #137 of 3556
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Originally Posted by daniel0731ex View Post

What's this part?

That's the CPI button mechanism, it hinges toward the rear of the mouse it's not a straight push up/down.
At least that's what I make of the pictures shared.

Ino:

Any word on when, where and how much will it cost?
It seems to be well thoughtfully designed with minimum issues current crap mice suffer from.
Problem is are they going to charge an extra for making a mouse that is not botched up or not? And when will it arrive to retailers.
Edited by JackCY - 8/16/16 at 7:44am
post #138 of 3556
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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.

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Originally Posted by solz View Post

this is my dream
GET IN LINE! tongue.gif
post #139 of 3556
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Originally Posted by JackCY View Post

That's the CPI button mechanism, it hinges toward the rear of the mouse it's not a straight push up/down.
At least that's what I make of the pictures shared.

Ino:

Any word on when, where and how much will it cost?
It seems to be well thoughtfully designed with minimum issues current crap mice suffer from.
Problem is are they going to charge an extra for making a mouse that is not botched up or not? And when will it arrive to retailers.

September 10th, logitech right now and probably amazon and other retailers at release or shortly after, 70$ US more in EU and seems to depend on the country.
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

September 10th, logitech right now and probably amazon and other retailers at release or shortly after, 70$ US more in EU and seems to depend on the country.
That is crazy overpriced.

I've used even smaller Logi mouse before, 99mm, 50mm, 33mm which was waaay too tiny for me but I sure can adapt to small sizes if the mouse otherwise is solid and doesn't restrict my grip, which the side buttons may unfortunately on G Pro.
At least they did design it with the mechanical parts the way I think they should be on any mouse and like they used to be on old mice.

The lack of Omrons all around is kind of weird though, dunno how long those Kaith are gonna last. I do understand the scroll wheel button being necessarily different due to dimensions but the rest could have been Omrons just like good old MS mice were all around Omrons with no cost cutting on switches.

It should cost the same as G303 when checking Logitech web... which could be acceptable as long as retailers don't get too greedy.

10th September is damn long away though frown.gif
Edited by JackCY - 8/16/16 at 7:58am
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