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post #1341 of 5932
Maybe one day Logitech will be capable of building a mouse that doesn't rattle and fall apart when you move it.
That would be cool.

As disappointing as EC2-A build quality is as well, at least nothing is loose and shaking around, so I guess I'll just stay with it.
I don't like it feeling and sounding like I forgot loose change in my mouse.
post #1342 of 5932
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

And here I was ruining my video would suffice:)
Wired should say 90g + 10g and wireless says 107g + 10g
Thanks!
At least I know I didn't get a pre-sample or sth like that.
Only things that are odd is the missing weight (don't need it anyway) and the slight ratlle inside (it's not the wheel).

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Originally Posted by NovaGOD View Post

Yes, i measured it @393cpi with a solid counts plot and no rattle.
standard black electric tape, idk 1-2mm? No it doesn't move at all when i blow on the tape.
How can I test that rattle if it's a sensor problem? Just sticking black tape onto the bottom of the mouse (sensor hole), setting 12k DPI and swing it in the air? biggrin.gif
post #1343 of 5932
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Originally Posted by L1nos View Post

In my opinion this gap is a good thing. It's easier to differentiate the buttons. Atleast for an old man like me biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by popups View Post

Maybe there are some humans who can't discern which button is mouse 4 and mouse 5.

Haha no, it's not a problem at all to have a divider. But the one on this mouse is just part of the button in front, and it looks a bit cheap. Very minor complaint ^^
post #1344 of 5932
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Originally Posted by detto87 View Post

How can I test that rattle if it's a sensor problem? Just sticking black tape onto the bottom of the mouse (sensor hole), setting 12k DPI and swing it in the air? biggrin.gif
Yes, i followed qsxcv's method.
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IMO it's quite silly to check for lens rattle by listening or by poking the lens.

A good way to check for lens rattle that I recall from the g303 thread is to:
1. open paint, use the pencil tool
2. set the dpi to 12000
3. put a piece of tape over the sensor hole. Make sure the tape's surface is trackable by tapping it lightly. At 12000dpi, the cursor should jump quite a bit.
4. lift up the mouse, click to use the pencil tool of paint, and shake the mouse midair.
Mind that at 12k cpi the sensor is extremely sensitive so make sure the tape isn't moving when you shake the mouse and causes any movement. IMO test your native cpi and maybe 1-2 steps above and if it's ok forget about it.. biggrin.gif
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post #1345 of 5932
Got it today and the sensor it rattling- no scroll wheel problems thankfully. The shape feels more like a Deathadder than the Ec1-A which i have been using thus far. Apart from the sensor rattle i think the mouse is glorious. Very light; the 10 grams difference compared to the ec1-a is very noticeable and makes for great flicks ingame. edit: the M2 button isn't as good as the M1; feels mushier.
Edited by tedhill - 9/9/16 at 4:59pm
post #1346 of 5932
So our best right handed option is still the EC2-A/EC1-A if we don't want to play the sensor and scrollwheel rattle lottery?
I'd get a G403 if I could shake it at a store and get an instant replacement.

That is if the weight distribution isn't as bad as everyone is saying, can someone find where the mouse balances?
Lots of comments about it being front heavy.
My guess is they designed it to be 50/50 weight distribution WITH the optional 10g weight, since the weight is located in the butt of the mouse.

Removing the weight makes the rear of the mouse suddenly 10g lighter than the front probably.
post #1347 of 5932
I doubt Logitech would make that mistake again considering this should be something that they and their testers are actively looking for during the testing process since the whole g303 mess (maybe a unit or two here and there, but not every unit like I'm seeing here uless the entire first batch was borked).

You have to make sure your tape doesn't have any slack or debris whatsoever or you'll get movement even without having a loose lens.

I'm willing to bet something else is rattling for most rather than the lens: wheel, side buttons, main buttons, led, dpi button, cord stress relief etc.
post #1348 of 5932
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Originally Posted by TriviumKM View Post

I doubt Logitech would make that mistake again considering this should be something that they and their testers are actively looking for during the testing process since the whole g303 mess (maybe a unit or two here and there, but not every unit like I'm seeing here uless the entire first batch was borked).

You have to make sure your tape doesn't have any slack or debris whatsoever or you'll get movement even without having a loose lens.

I'm willing to bet something else is rattling for most rather than the lens: wheel, side buttons, main buttons, led, dpi button, cord stress relief etc.

It would cost Logitech a lot of money if the factory simply didn't properly tighten the screws. People are not going to open the mouse or ruin the feet and sticker to tighten the mouse properly as that would void the warranty.
post #1349 of 5932
No lense/wheel rattling here. thumb.gif

My hands are 22cm long and 13cm wide.(clawgrip)

I really like its shape, reminds me of razer imperator.
Side buttons are perfectly placed for me, feel good and are pretty big
Lift off distance is <1CD

The only thing I "dislike" are the mouse buttons, they are a tiny little bit harder to click compared to my Steelseries Sensei, can't spam click as fast ...maybe I just gotta get used to it.

Other than that this is a really nice product, probably gonna use it as my main mouse
Edited by Bloodymight - 9/16/16 at 2:40am
post #1350 of 5932
Don't know what some ppl are complaining about weight distribution. It's all fine for me. Even fingertipping it I have no trouble with that.

No 10g weight added.
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