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Does it have adjustable lift-off distance???
Edited by notzi - 8/16/16 at 2:47pm
post #192 of 3554
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How do you go from a ZA11 to a G100s shape?

Seems odd you weren't using a ZA13 to begin with.

No, the ZA13 feels much smaller and slim. The Pro/G100s has better sides to grip. Not to say I would not like it a bit bigger, but it really doesn't need to be for me and my grip.
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Seems pretty unfair that it's bloody 90 euros in Hungary when the average wage after taxes is below 400 euros here...
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Well, they didn't focus on the weight when they designed it. I'm not surprised considering it would weigh close to 80g without trying and people are fine with that. If they focused on the weight it could have been 75g.

Hacking off the LED area of the PCB and a lot of work on the top half should get it around 75-80g. However, I already have a G100s that weighs ~67g and a larger FK that weighs 80g.

The egg shape is not for me, I didn't like the shape of the G100s (it hurts my fingers/knuckles). I prefer the shape of the Diamondback or something like the Ninox Aurora. I think I rather stick with my modified FK for now on as the shape is better for me and it's lighter. I guess the only way for me to get something I will use for years without switching is to make my own shell.

I guess if I have some money sitting around I would buy this once it drops in price by a lot or if I get it cheap 2nd hand. I for sure will hack this thing up the first minute I get it out the box.
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Well, they didn't focus on the weight when they designed it. I'm not surprised considering it would weigh close to 80g without trying and people are fine with that. If they focused on the weight it could have been 75g.

Hacking off the LED area of the PCB and a lot of work on the top half should get it around 75-80g. However, I already have a G100s that weighs ~67g and a larger FK that weighs 80g.

Not everyone wants a papercraft mouse. 83g is light enough already.
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Not everyone wants a papercraft mouse. 83g is light enough already.

They could have made it weigh in the 70g range and added a 15g weight or they could have made it 75-80g with side buttons on both sides.
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Why? So you would take it apart yet again and remove it? I'm sure we've been though this "down with inner weights" already.
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Why? So you would take it apart yet again and remove it? I'm sure we've been though this "down with inner weights" already.

All I had to do with the G100s was cut a hole to access the screw to remove the weight.

With the "G200" I have to cut the entire end of the PCB off and hack off a lot of plastic from the top half. I already did such work on my FK to remove a lot of weight.
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Seems pretty unfair that it's bloody 90 euros in Hungary when the average wage after taxes is below 400 euros here...

Hopefully it will cost less in some stores near you as their online shop is always over priced.
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All I had to do with the G100s was cut a hole to access the screw to remove the weight.

With the "G200" I have to cut the entire end of the PCB off and hack off a lot of plastic from the top half. I already did such work on my FK to remove a lot of weight.

Yes, thus creating cracks in PCB and possibly killing the mouse. Brilliant.
If you want a sub 80g mouse then stick with your G100S, which as you've said, makes your hand hurt. I'm yet to see any reason to use stupidly light mice.
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