Overclock.net › Forums › Components › Mice › [Sponsored] Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse Review - by Ino
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

[Sponsored] Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse Review - by Ino - Page 83

post #821 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by arsn View Post

I think he was refering to the low debouncing (click latency) when he said they were better than other companies.

Ah you know what you're right. The one time I don't look a few posts above haha. But my questions still stand. As someone who never saw value in the g100s (no not money value but performance and durability value) I have never used one so I was just wondering nonetheless.
post #822 of 3551
lol at how upset and worked up some people get because someone prefers something they don't.

"why do you want something i don't care about?!"
    
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500k, 4.2ghz @ stock voltage asus gene-z evga 1060 sc gskill 2x4gb ddr3 1866mhz 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
samsung ssd 830 256gb w10 pro x64 dell s2417dg g-sync @ 165hz pok3r mx silent 
MouseMouse PadAudioOther
zowie fk1 @ 400 dpi, 1000hz zowie ps-r, zowie camade fulla 2 dac, akg k7xx sony a5000, 20.1mp 
  hide details  
Reply
    
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500k, 4.2ghz @ stock voltage asus gene-z evga 1060 sc gskill 2x4gb ddr3 1866mhz 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
samsung ssd 830 256gb w10 pro x64 dell s2417dg g-sync @ 165hz pok3r mx silent 
MouseMouse PadAudioOther
zowie fk1 @ 400 dpi, 1000hz zowie ps-r, zowie camade fulla 2 dac, akg k7xx sony a5000, 20.1mp 
  hide details  
Reply
post #823 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by popups View Post

Right, I buy a product that is labeled as a high performance product to have it inferior than what it could be just to pay extra.

So a couple of higher ms click latency that by the way is far from being an actual problem, makes it inferior? That product is labeled as high performance, and is more than living up to that label. This amount of nitpicking makes it seems like nobody here is ever going to buy a single mouse, but yet they are the ones that has a higher mice purchase history than anybody else.

Mice companies are living up to a certain standard, not trying to break records with every product they build.
Edited by Aymanb - 8/26/16 at 5:03pm
post #824 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by Aymanb View Post

blah blah blah

what are you even here for if discussing about the mouse makes you upset?? we care about low debouncing, you don't. cool.
post #825 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by arsn View Post

what are you even here for if discussing about the mouse makes you upset?? we care about low debouncing, you don't. cool.

You said it yourself, it's a discussion. If anything, you're the one that seems upset by what I'm saying.

I don't have anything against people that care about low debouncing, but I care once they start mentioning it when it's not even near to be a problem, but instead dig up random mice as reference of having lower debouncing, as if that takes anything away from what logitech has achieved building this mouse.

People going like "why is it not perfect???" instead of caring about actual problems.
Edited by Aymanb - 8/26/16 at 5:10pm
post #826 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by RaleighStClair View Post

Going by most of the threads here about mice and their discussion I have deduced that 99% of the people here are CSGO professionals, who get paid millions of dollars a year.


It is imperative that they purchase, test, disassemble, mod, every mouse as their lively hood and professional CSGO careers are on the line.
Which is funny since apparently most csgo pros used the old zowie mice (20+ latency)
post #827 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by Aymanb View Post

You said it yourself, it's a discussion. If anything, you're the one that seems upset by what I'm saying.

I don't have anything against people that care about low debouncing, but I care once they start mentioning it when it's not even near to be a problem, but instead dig up random mice as reference of having lower debouncing, as if that takes anything away from what logitech has achieved building this mouse.

People going like "why is it not perfect???" instead of caring about actual problems.

yes the g100s and g502 are totally random mice that are in no way related to the G Pro.
post #828 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by arsn View Post

yes the g100s and g502 are totally random mice that are in no way related to the G Pro.

So what they are made by the same company? So are hundreds of other logitech mice. They do not use the same design.
post #829 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by iceskeleton View Post

Which is funny since apparently most csgo pros used the old zowie mice (20+ latency)

To be more accurate, it was the typical 16ms.
post #830 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by Aymanb View Post

So what they are made by the same company? So are hundreds of other logitech mice. They do not use the same design.
>but instead dig up random mice as reference of having lower debouncing, as if that takes anything away from what logitech has achieved building this mouse

you gotta be trolling. g100s and g502 are not only from the same company, they're both from their gaming line of mice. g100s is even almost the same identical shape. wondering why the G Pro has more latency than their older counterparts is ranting? kk
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Mice
Overclock.net › Forums › Components › Mice › [Sponsored] Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse Review - by Ino