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I think their first optical mouse had this shape. Can't remember it's name but the sensor sucked.This was back in -99 or therebouts iirc. Had this blue/greenish tint. Ofc there are ballmice before that, which I believe had this shape too.

Idk if it was their very first since they had several optical mice in the early 2000s or maybe starting in 1999, but it was one of their first. Back then they just gave letter and number names for their mice so it was just "Optical Mouse M/N: M-BJ58". Also I'm not sure if you would get anything more out of overclocking it, but it maxes out at about 0.8 m/s and then malfunctions not too long after that. I think there were slightly different versions of it as well, but I got one around 2001 or something as my first mouse I ever purchased (Not counting the ball mouse that came with the computer). Here are some pictures of it next to my g303.
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Edit: Also even the beginning of the name isn't consistant. There are M/N: M-BJ58 with the name "Optical Mouse" "Wheel Mouse" and I think "Optical Wheel Mouse".
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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.

Literally all top tier mice here (that isn't budget based) costs $70.. the majority of them.. zowie mice, deathadder, G303 etc. I wouldn't mind paying $70 at all, I'm used to it anyways with the european VAT destroying everything... but if it ends up being $100 there is no way I'm going to buy that. I think it's just logitech screwing up their prices on their website, compared to what it's actually going to cost when retailers sell it.
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Literally all top tier mice here (that isn't budget based) costs $70.. the majority of them.. zowie mice, deathadder, G303 etc. I wouldn't mind paying $70 at all, I'm used to it anyways with the european VAT destroying everything... but if it ends up being $100 there is no way I'm going to buy that. I think it's just logitech screwing up their prices on their website, compared to what it's actually going to cost when retailers sell it.
I agree! In fact, buying from Logitech directly would be as foolish as getting your car serviced at the dealership directly (unless it was under warranty).

Logitech's Current Price for G303 (STILL $69.99 USD!?):


Best Buy's Current Price for G303 ($39.99, pay an extra $5 and replace it as many times as you want if you have issues, cough cough sensor rattle, cough):
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So has anyone successfully swapped the cable like with the 302 or 100?
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I agree! In fact, buying from Logitech directly would be as foolish as getting your car serviced at the dealership directly (unless it was under warranty).

Logitech's Current Price for G303 (STILL $69.99 USD!?):


Best Buy's Current Price for G303 ($39.99, pay an extra $5 and replace it as many times as you want if you have issues, cough cough sensor rattle, cough):

Plus it's preorder, didn't we all learn this lesson long time ago?
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Unfortunately, with Logitech, preorder or not, the price tends to stay the same (G502, G900, etc.). The advantage of buying it from Amazon or your local retailer is that it's easier to exchange it rather than wait the long RMA process via Logitech (their customer service can be hit and miss)
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So has anyone successfully swapped the cable like with the 302 or 100?

It's not even out yet. But I don't see any problem why we shouldn't be able to do so.
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Unfortunately, with Logitech, preorder or not, the price tends to stay the same (G502, G900, etc.). The advantage of buying it from Amazon or your local retailer is that it's easier to exchange it rather than wait the long RMA process via Logitech (their customer service can be hit and miss)

People usually praise Logitech customer service. The one time I used it I was very satisfied.
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People usually praise Logitech customer service. The one time I used it I was very satisfied.
Of course! Subjective. One person's good or bad experience will dictate their customer service as a whole. Of the experiences I've had, I'd say Logitech will help you if you persist enough. I had to reach out to the community many times there just to get the ball rolling on an RMA. Took almost a month to get a replacement M705. I guess that's normal.
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People usually praise Logitech customer service. The one time I used it I was very satisfied.

Refunds and RMA are easy but the support reps have no idea what they're talking about if you try to ask an actual question.. it's a copy paste FAQ and beyond that they give up. If I need to return or refund then in satisfied cause it's very quick and easy

Had a software issue with their webcam and it wouldn't pick up any microphones from my soundcard.. was pretty bad experience lol

And that only occurred with the software, they both worked together on Skype which confirmed it being the software
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