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post #321 of 3580
aha good to hear. Then i will be able to get a feel for the mouse and see if its to small or not.
post #322 of 3580
This looks amazing. In an ideal world I'd replace the braided cable and possibly remove a bit of weight to get it into the 70-80g range. But in the scale of things those are very minor issues.

An immediate preorder for me even at the price on the Logitech site. If it is as good as I hope then I'll get a backup or two once the prices drop. I can't wait for 10th September.

Thank you Logitech for listening.
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@Ino. Do we know the height of the skates? 0.5mm or 0.4mm, please tell me 0.6mm

From past history I'd say hotline games will come out first with some 0.6mm skates.

I don't have anything to measure this accurately :/
Maybe qsxcv can do that.
dont have calipers but i can compare against my g900 hotline feet tomorrow
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How are the side button switches held in place?
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Same as with 302/303. Side button pcb sits between 2 alignment rails, but this time they added 2 screws to hold it in place.
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How are the side button switches held in place?
You, too, seem to have missed the pics under the spoiler in OP.

Meanwhile, can't figure out from the photos - is the "G" logo a laser etched ornament on the shell paint or does it consist of two moulds (the black opaque plastic shell plus the milky transparent plastic)? Seems to be the latter, correct me on that.
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You, too, seem to have missed the pics under the spoiler in OP.

I have not. I just couldn't believe my eyes. Need confirmation.
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[...]

Meanwhile, can't figure out from the photos - is the "G" logo a laser etched ornament on the shell paint or does it consist of two moulds (the black opaque plastic shell plus the milky transparent plastic)? Seems to be the latter, correct me on that.

There's a picture of the inside of the top shell in the first post. To me, it looks like the milky plastic and the black are two different parts.

I mean this photo from the first post:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Top shell
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You see there's the thick line for the lighting that goes around the mouse and the G in the middle, and both are connected with a thin area of the same milky plastic part. The black seems to be another part and put on top of it (behind it in this photo from the inside).
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Ya, it looks either to be two pieces or a double shot single piece.
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So far so good. While I bet it's ABS (actually no betting, just have to look closely at the photo), if it's bare plastic it's gonna feel good and retain its feeling at least longer than painted or coated rzr/ss-style plastic.
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