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post #271 of 3460
I received order confirmation email.

It says my card won't be charged till it's shipped even for preorders, but it was charged within 5 minutes of the order.
post #272 of 3460
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I received order confirmation email.

It says my card won't be charged till it's shipped even for preorders, but it was charged within 5 minutes of the order.

You're charged immediately if you use PayPal
post #273 of 3460
Do any of the current logitech hyperglide skates fit on the G Pro? Or will there be oem replacements?

Is there a lot of button travel for mouse 4/5?
post #274 of 3460
It's a hold guys. This always happens with pre-orders. They will hold/check for funds availability, but that charge will never go through. After a couple days "pending" on your card, the hold will be released and disappear until the product ships and then you will actually be charged.

I won't comment on Paypal, but that is how all credit card orders work.
post #275 of 3460
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Is there a lot of button travel for mouse 4/5?
no pretravel at all on mine
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post #276 of 3460
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Do any of the current logitech hyperglide skates fit on the G Pro? Or will there be oem replacements?

Is there a lot of button travel for mouse 4/5?

You mean fit properly or simply able to fit in the area? The G1/MX-2 feet would fit inside since they're really small circles. The MX-1 or MX-3 feet might fit inside too but we'd need someone with the mouse to test that.
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I think the stock mouse feet might be good, the placement and them being rounded may probably be the best skates that have been on a logi mouse yet - we'll find out soon
post #278 of 3460
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no pretravel at all on mine

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You mean fit properly or simply able to fit in the area? The G1/MX-2 feet would fit inside since they're really small circles. The MX-1 or MX-3 feet might fit inside too but we'd need someone with the mouse to test that.

Yeah I meant fit properly. But now that I compare the skates it seems that the G Pro has more a pill shape rather than an oval
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Wait.... I just noticed the price...

I basically went into the Danish logitech site and it says 700kr????????????? ($105) In comparison the Rival 700 which costs $110... $5 difference. WUT? I guess I'll wait for it to hit actual stores to see. G303 costs like $70 max. Is this one supposed to be the same price as the G303?

EDIT: nevermind, I just saw the G502 was listed as 750kr ($110) on logitech's website aswell, but it gets sold for like $70 in actual stores. So I guess the actual price is going to change once retailers start selling it instead of directly from logitech.
Edited by Aymanb - 8/17/16 at 8:04am
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Wait.... I just noticed the price...

I basically went into the Danish logitech site and it says 700kr????????????? ($105) In comparison the Rival 700 which costs $110... $5 difference. WUT? I guess I'll wait for it to hit actual stores to see. G303 costs like $70 max. Is this one supposed to be the same price as the G303?

EDIT: nevermind, I just saw the G502 was listed as 750kr ($110) on logitech's website aswell, but it gets sold for like $70 in actual stores. So I guess the actual price is going to change once retailers start selling it instead of directly from logitech.
Let's hope this gets the same price treatment that the G303 did. Initially, the G303 sold for $69.99 USD, and now you can actually hunt for one of these down anywhere for $25-$49. Then again, I haven't seen any of the other 3366 sensor mice (other than the G303) get that kind of a drastic price drop.
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