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How did you get your discount on the official Logitech site?

$20 off from a survey i did.

So Jealous here, you guys get everything at far lower prices than us lot here in Convict Town thinking.gif .
post #602 of 1545
So when can we expect Hotline mouse feet for this mouse?
post #603 of 1545
when can we expect hyperglides tbh

New releases there have pretty much only been zowie
post #604 of 1545
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Originally Posted by iceskeleton View Post

when can we expect hyperglides tbh

New releases there have pretty much only been zowie

I don't believe hypers will be necessary on the g pro - you can see the stock feet are already rounded - so you can use the logitech ones for sure
post #605 of 1545
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It had/has major quality issues and bst handled the hole thing terribly.

This is part of what you're paying for with the logi. You have a reasonable expectation that you're going to get a quality product..the first time
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So as someone who doesn't really follow mice a whole lot. What's the selling point of this mouse? I'm not here to hate on anyone's opinions or tell you what to like but for instance, I got a G700s a few months ago, I love it, it's amaaaazing (outside picking it up is irritating due to the batter causing one end to be heavier). Does everything I need but for 10 bucks less?

Like I said, I don't know the whole inside and out of mice like some of you do so that's why I'm wondering. Cause to me, this mouse looks basic as hell. I assume the mouse has a hella sensor in it, that's all I can really gather?

Like I said, I'm not bashing anything, just looking to be school'd here.

It's the first mouse from a reputable maker known for quality mice that has a simple popular shape, its light and it has the best sensor on the market currently. It basically the mouse people have been asking someone to make for the past 2 years. The only thing that would break the internet more is if they put this setup in a WMO shaped mouse
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This is part of what you're paying for with the logi. You have a reasonable expectation that you're going to get a quality product..the first time
It's the first mouse from a reputable maker known for quality mice that has a simple popular shape, its light and it has the best sensor on the market currently. It basically the mouse people have been asking someone to make for the past 2 years. The only thing that would break the internet more is if they put this setup in a WMO shaped mouse

Was kinda thinking that's what it was but wanted to make sure. I'd probably be interested in it if they had 4 buttons on the one side. I liked my G600 because it had the buttons on the side and it fit my hands really well but I only used 6 of those buttons. The G700s I have has the perfect amount but 2 just isn't enough for how I play. I like to keep my fingers on WASD and got my thumb trained to work the side buttons for skills and etc.

This G700s seems to cramp my hands up after a couple hours though, think it's meant more for palm grabbing, I'm more of a claw grabber.

They also didn't balance for the weight of the battery so lifting sucks unless you got a nice grip on it.
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post #607 of 1545
just got g502 figures
post #608 of 1545
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Originally Posted by SpykeZ View Post

Was kinda thinking that's what it was but wanted to make sure. I'd probably be interested in it if they had 4 buttons on the one side. I liked my G600 because it had the buttons on the side and it fit my hands really well but I only used 6 of those buttons. The G700s I have has the perfect amount but 2 just isn't enough for how I play. I like to keep my fingers on WASD and got my thumb trained to work the side buttons for skills and etc.

This G700s seems to cramp my hands up after a couple hours though, think it's meant more for palm grabbing, I'm more of a claw grabber.

They also didn't balance for the weight of the battery so lifting sucks unless you got a nice grip on it.

For me I can deal with just 2 side buttons...there was a time where I wanted more but Ive gotten used to it. I play mostly FPS games so 2 on the side is plenty.
post #609 of 1545
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Originally Posted by SpykeZ View Post

Was kinda thinking that's what it was but wanted to make sure. I'd probably be interested in it if they had 4 buttons on the one side. I liked my G600 because it had the buttons on the side and it fit my hands really well but I only used 6 of those buttons. The G700s I have has the perfect amount but 2 just isn't enough for how I play. I like to keep my fingers on WASD and got my thumb trained to work the side buttons for skills and etc.

This G700s seems to cramp my hands up after a couple hours though, think it's meant more for palm grabbing, I'm more of a claw grabber.

They also didn't balance for the weight of the battery so lifting sucks unless you got a nice grip on it.


I used to play like this. When swtor got out I actually bought a naga with tons of sidebuttons. However, keyboard works better imho. Last time I checked I had ~70 keybinds in wow, but mostly the ones you need to access speadily a keyboard is enough, I mean without having to resort to alt and shift. Just saying this cause all skilled players that I know of only use 6 button mice, and the logi pro works well in other games too, if you ever choose to play them.
Edited by Conditioned - 8/31/16 at 6:50am
post #610 of 1545
Exactly.

I'm a WoW raider as well. I used to once have 3 nagas in my past but in all honesty and imo not subjectively but objectively. Those MMO niche mice make your gaming capabilities only worse as far as speed and accuraccy goes.

You're sacrificing movement to be able to press a button that takes much less time to press on the keyboard anyway.

It's all marketing hype and popular streamers sales that those things exist.

But hey, some folks claim they are good with them. Heck, I bet they've just spent so much time on those that they've become average on using it, over an insanely long period of time. Which being honest, doing anything for ages makes you good at it, eventually.
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