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post #1811 of 3556
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

Lol. I dunno. I guess it's because people in the U.S. need to be spoonfed with colorful marketing descriptions (you know, kinda like Apple does with their stuff). They're both the SAME mice. The only difference is the US link has a more hand holding type of description vs. the UK version.

lol savage, but yeah that's true, I was just curious is all.

Pre-ordered anyway, now the waiting game begins.
post #1812 of 3556
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Originally Posted by zimzum View Post

here you go. well worth it in my opinion.


Seems to me the point of a braided sheath would be to replace the plastic sheath with something more flexible. There's no point to having TWO sheaths over the wires, right? So this is just an a-hole fashion design.
post #1813 of 3556
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Originally Posted by Luminair View Post

Seems to me the point of a braided sheath would be to replace the plastic sheath with something more flexible. There's no point to having TWO sheaths over the wires, right? So this is just an a-hole fashion design.

Pretty much this.

post #1814 of 3556
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Originally Posted by zimzum View Post

here you go. well worth it in my opinion.


Anyone else have their stress relief angled down into the pad like this? That looks horrible. Maybe they should use science and put a relief that's slightly curved upwards to completely avoid this.
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Return story on G Pro in the USA. I got Melvin B. on chat yesterday around 2pm, took about 10-15 minutes of chat, got my UPS return label in my e-mail this morning at 10am.
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

Anyone else have their stress relief angled down into the pad like this? That looks horrible. Maybe they should use science and put a relief that's slightly curved upwards to completely avoid this.

It bends and generally stays in 1 spot.


I mean yeah.. its annoying and thick, but it doesn't drag.
post #1817 of 3556
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

Anyone else have their stress relief angled down into the pad like this? That looks horrible. Maybe they should use science and put a relief that's slightly curved upwards to completely avoid this.

No mine is pretty much completely straight for what it's worth.
post #1818 of 3556
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Originally Posted by imagran View Post

Where can i get this mouse in Europe? I am assuming not to order directly from Logtech...?

really appreciate smile.gif
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Originally Posted by zimzum View Post

here you go. well worth it in my opinion.


If the weight and stiffness of the cable makes the mouse a dealbreaker is this really worth trying instead of returning, the mouse has so many more positives then ZA13 just the negatives outweigh it atm.

You just used a Stanley knife to cut the cable? and once it was frayed did you have to cut it down the whole cable or did it just break / slide off.
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Guys, just get a Zowie Camade, or one of those rubber cable holders and it's not gonna be a problem anymore. I don't get people obsessing about braided cables, it's not like it's gonna slow you down if you arrange it correctly. Get a mouse bungee and enjoy the 3366 sensor.
People unbraiding cables with knives ? Is this real life ?
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Originally Posted by Shogoki View Post

Guys, just get a Zowie Camade, or one of those rubber cable holders and it's not gonna be a problem anymore. I don't get people obsessing about braided cables, it's not like it's gonna slow you down if you arrange it correctly. Get a mouse bungee and enjoy the 3366 sensor.
People unbraiding cables with knives ? Is this real life ?

I don't see why you're making a big deal out of it. Whether people want to debraid the cable or replace it completely is up to them.
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