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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

Aurora was just as "over"-priced because it was complete garbage and should have sold at max 15€.

Of course you pay for marketing and such with the G Pro, but at least the end product is a satisfactory one. Just wait for a bit and the price will drop.

It had/has major quality issues and bst handled the hole thing terribly. Doesn't mean that if you got a good one the mouse could not perform. It did much better than many (if not all) 3090 counterparts at the time.

I've been using it on and off since release, back to it again atm, and I can safely say that it beats a ZA13 and many more overpriced mice for me. a) shapewise and b) because the sensor does perform equally.
post #562 of 1545
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Originally Posted by john88 View Post

Hurry up and ship them dam mouses out already logitech!!!

Sent from my SM-N910V using Tapatalk

Amen.

I love the G900 but it is too heavy. Been checking my e-mail for the ship notice at least twice a day!
post #563 of 1545
Does anyone know if Logitech is shipping late September now as well?
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Still september 10th or before as said so many times.
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Yup, I'm asking if its changed not stating the obvious.
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Originally Posted by Brigand253 View Post

Another thing to also keep in mind is that you are getting excellent customer/technical support with Logitech.

Lol. Logitech forums were full of G303 sensor rattle threads and they didnt "know anything about it" for months.
I will agree that they mishandled the G303 rattle issue. I still don't know why some rattled and some didn't. It was probably more the lens and has something to do with the fact that they took the 302 mold and stuck a 3366 sensor/PCB/lens into it.

Having said that, I still put more faith in their support than any other mouse manufacturer that comes to mind.
post #567 of 1545
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Originally Posted by Brigand253 View Post

I will agree that they mishandled the G303 rattle issue. I still don't know why some rattled and some didn't. It was probably more the lens and has something to do with the fact that they took the 302 mold and stuck a 3366 sensor/PCB/lens into it.

Having said that, I still put more faith in their support than any other mouse manufacturer that comes to mind.


Not the first time logitech has done this. My Dinovo keyboard also has known issues and logitech pretended not to know anything about it.
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Originally Posted by zeflow View Post

Yup, I'm asking if its changed not stating the obvious.

Clearly not obvious if you are asking.
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Originally Posted by Brigand253 View Post

I will agree that they mishandled the G303 rattle issue. I still don't know why some rattled and some didn't. It was probably more the lens and has something to do with the fact that they took the 302 mold and stuck a 3366 sensor/PCB/lens into it.

You can't simply put a 3366 into an AM010 shell. You have to make a new mold.
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

Still september 10th or before as said so many times.

This info is outdated. They said "late August" on Twitter. That's why he's asking, cause there are 2 more days left to meet that shipping deadline.
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