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Hierarchy of needs, man. Mouse > House tongue.gif
Wife > Kids > Dog > Me wink.gif
post #52 of 3549
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Originally Posted by CPate View Post

We created the Endeavor video to do that to an extent. If you have additional questions I'm happy to answer what I can though.
Wheel is rubber.

Have you thought of doing a Zowie and releasing this mouse in slightly different sizes?

Was the mx300 shape the benchmark and you went from there? Or did you just focus on a classic shape and it ended up being close to mx300?

What was the thought process behind the materials used for coating. The g303 had glossy parts, some coated. What was the thought behind that and what changed when you thought of this mouse

Has the tooling been changed to avoid sensor rattle in this mouse? Compared to the 303?

Why the logo change and why is it out of line with the gXXX numbering system? Did it not fit anywhere or would it cannibilize the 303?
Edited by 2shellbonus - 8/16/16 at 1:05am
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post #53 of 3549
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Why that specific wheel tread? Why the logo change?
People liked the wheel tread.
The logo changed around the time we introduced Logi. It's been that way over a year now.
post #54 of 3549
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

Ino palms the mouse, so it should be possible. His hands are 20+cm.

that's good to hear my hands are about 18.5cm, but i find the FK1 a little too small so i donno...
post #55 of 3549
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Originally Posted by m4gg0t View Post

I wonder if is possible to palm this mouse, seems kinda small for palm

I palm a G300 with a 122 grip and heel to the pad, so I'm going to be looking to the do the same with this. I'm actually wondering if I can fully use the side buttons.
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Originally Posted by CPate View Post

Wheel is rubber.

Thanks, one reason I held off buying the G502 was I didn't like the feel and sound of the hard metal wheel.
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Originally Posted by mitavreb View Post

This mouse is definiteley going to be recommended first for claw/fingertips grips. Pretty much killed the competition.

Can we expect a palm grip mouse next from Logitech?

I would guess a G402 line update in order to incorporate the 3366 has to be somewhere in the works?

I'm actually thinking about maybe holding out for that possible update.
post #56 of 3549
Looking good. Well done CPate and the Logi team thumb.gif
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i palm with 122, i had a G303 imported briefly and couldn't for the life of me get used to the shape my hands would just cramp up like hell so i returned it. Hopefully this mouse wont do that, maybe ill pick up the G100S cheap and try the shape out.
post #58 of 3549
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Originally Posted by 2shellbonus View Post

Have you thought of doing a Zowie and releasing this mouse in slightly different sizes?

Was the mx300 shape the benchmark and you went from there? Or did you just focus on a classic shape and it ended up being close to mx300?

What was the thought process behind the materials used for coating. The g303 had glossy parts, some coated. What was the thought behind that and what changed when you thought of this mouse

Has the tooling been changed to avoid sensor rattle in this mouse? Compared to the 303?

Why the logo change and why is it out of line with the gXXX numbering system? Did it not fit anywhere or would it cannibilize the 303?
I am not permitted to discuss future product plans.

The G100s was the starting point.

We use a medium-heavy texture (MT110020 I think - not looking at spec right now) on the grip area/bottom case, and spray the keyplate and knuckle rest area with a UV-cured matte paint. The glossy areas on the G303 were not intended to be gripped. - grip area on a mouse is always designed to have your thumb under the thumb buttons and fingertips near the wheel.

The assembly process is different compared to G303, which should mitigate any such issues.

The Pro mouse was designed with and for pros, so we named it as such.
post #59 of 3549
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Originally Posted by arandomguy View Post

I palm a G300 with a 122 grip and heel to the pad, so I'm going to be looking to the do the same with this. I'm actually wondering if I can fully use the side buttons.
Thanks, one reason I held off buying the G502 was I didn't like the feel and sound of the hard metal wheel.
I would guess a G402 line update in order to incorporate the 3366 has to be somewhere in the works?

I'm actually thinking about maybe holding out for that possible update.

Seems like we kinda palm the mouse the same way.
post #60 of 3549
How exactly did you justify pricing this higher than g303? then again all logitech mice seem much more expensive on your site than in say Swedish stores. Still odd given that g303 and the Pro are the same price on the US site.

http://gaming.logitech.com/sv-se/gaming-mice
Edited by Ihateallmice - 8/16/16 at 1:23am
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