Originally Posted by qsxcv
i actually didn't really notice it during testing. probably mostly due to my surprise that they'd make a mouse that's not shaped as aggressively as the g303
you saw this right?
well to be fair i haven't checked that the g pro is using the same srom as before, but if they are still are using srom 9, i don't agree that the 2 frames thing does not count as smoothing. if they call the 4 frames of averaging in certain configurations of the am010 as "smoothing", it is not consistent to just draw a line between 2 and 4, where 2 frames doesn't count as smoothing and 4 frames does.
i do agree that it never matters in practice though
I guess the Pro has a different enough rear from the G100s that your knuckle is positioned where the curve will harm your knuckles over a long session. We probably don't have the same length fingers, therefore we don't experience the same issues with the G100s. That's why I suggested the sides be straight over an egg shape even though the classic shape people loved was not. Also, the egg shape makes using the side buttons more difficult, which wasn't an issue for the egg shaped mice that didn't have side buttons at all.
Logitech knows that pro players do not have time to waste on going in-depth with them on design and performance. To top that off most pro players are too young to be able to articulate their wants/needs with enough detail for an engineer/designer to understand. Logitech has to find people who can spend time testing every variation/prototype, that can give in-depth honest critiques and suggestions, etc. Finding such people isn't easy.
Even if it's 2 frames I consider it smoothing. They might try to argue it to be more like a buffer...
PixArt loves that smoothing.