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post #191 of 1545
Are there any improvements? Sensor fine tuning or maybe lens update?
Or we are just going to pay extra for the better shape?
post #192 of 1545
What kind of tuning you would want to see - or more precise in which areas you think the 3366 doesn't excel? I am not aware of any (even theoretical) technical flaws so far.
post #193 of 1545
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post #195 of 1545
$90 what to heck man.
    
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post #196 of 1545
Not buying until it's $40.
post #197 of 1545
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Not buying until it's $40.

40$ is a bit stingy imo. I would like to see it drop to 50$ fairly quickly though. For 3360 mice I feel like that is a pretty reasonable price for a high quality product. Lower quality ones should probably be around 40$, but i expect this to have good build quality and everything and the very nice button mechanism of the g303. There are still plenty of 3310 mice with worse build quality and buttons than I expect from logitech in the 60-70$ range though.
post #198 of 1545
https://youtu.be/QVxo6jm5wyQ?t=49s

short interview about the mouse
post #199 of 1545
I don't think you will see a 3360 mouse launching at a retail price sub 60 bucks from one of the more established companies anytime soon. Would have hoped the Pro to launch at 60 but assumed it would be in the range of 60 - 70 Euro, so I am fine with it for as long as the build quality is in line with previous Logitech peripherals I owned.
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https://youtu.be/QVxo6jm5wyQ?t=49s

short interview about the mouse

i like the guy's calmness. it's annoying to see these hyperactive (often younger) marketing dudes who try to sell their smile and their haircut rather than their product


anyway, i'm surprised he didn't mention the wheel, imo a significant change
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