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So, anyone? Since 2 previous people completely missed the point, should I put a picture of what I'm talking about?
Yes!
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So, anyone? Since 2 previous people completely missed the point, should I put a picture of what I'm talking about?

They are not sharp, but I wouldn't call them rounded. If your picky about this you'll have to sand them down.
I'm contemplating doing that but tbh with the chamfered feet the borders around them didn't bother me yet. If they ever will that is what I'm going to do.
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Can I ask what you guys think of the inward-curved mouse buttons, do they help with finger-tip grip?
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Yey Ino got it. No pictures for you then.

I'm mostly worried because when teflon will eventually wear down, if outer side of borders have 90 degree angle, they will scrape on my pad thus interfering with glide. This happened with 303 and it's annoying.
As long as outer border is somewhat rounded, I'm certain no sandpaper is necessary.

Honestly I wish Logitech did what they have on G402. Inset in place where you put teflon. No borders.
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Can someone do a picture like this with the pro mouse and the g100s?

http://www.overclock.net/image/id/12327904/width/900/height/900/flags/LL
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So button latency ~1ms, presumably 3366 tracking latency linearly within 1ms of MLT04?

Mechanical scroll wheel huh. Mind to check actuation frequency on that with MouseTester? Still internally clocked to 1ms USB operation (i. e. max. 1kHz polling)?
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So button latency ~1ms

Nope still stuck in the +5ms era.
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Nope still stuck in the +5ms era.
Why do they do this. Their old mice had like 1-2ms. If anything, their "alien" series mice should have been even better and get rid of lag altogether. Especially with this "PRO" model.

I'd be willing to spend 80 bucks since I miss sidebuttons and don't like the IMO shape, but unnecessary imperfections like that are offputting at that pricepoint. Hopefully at least the scroll freq and tracking lag are fine.
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Why do they do this. Their old mice had like 1-2ms. If anything, their "alien" series mice should have been even better and get rid of lag altogether. Especially with this "PRO" model.

I'd be willing to spend 80 bucks since I miss sidebuttons and don't like the IMO shape, but unnecessary imperfections like that are offputting at that pricepoint. Hopefully at least the scroll freq and tracking lag are fine.

With the increase in button delay you lower the possibility of double clicking.
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With the increase in button delay you lower the possibility of double clicking.

There are different algorhythms for debouncing. There is one that is alittle complicated but allows both no delay and no double click issue.
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