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post #411 of 5931
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

Click latency has nothing to do with the switch type. Zowie just has somewhat bad firmware in that respect. Some day they will probably fix the firmware and release a new version of the mouse. I'm pretty sure Zowie can only make 1 change to the mouse at a time though. They don't seem capable of fixing multiple issues at once.

I know about that. But when someone wants to show that they're better than Zowie, they should mention omron switches. Cuz Zowie is the only major brand that uses huano for M1 and M2.
post #412 of 5931
@chr1spe You're right. I wasn't thinking about the weight thing, would probably be over a 100 grams even without the battery.
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post #414 of 5931

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-G403-Prodigy-Wired-Gaming-Mouse/dp/B01KT8D7FM

 

124 x 68 x 43 mm

 

PMW3366 (12000 CPI)

 

Spring Tension buttons

 

10g removable weight.

 

ALL HAIL LOGITECH. KING OF GAMING MICE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #415 of 5931
i have found 2 "tests" of this mouses (in German):

http://www.gameswelt.de/logitech-g403-prodigy-gaming-maus/test/im-test-kabel-und-wireless-version,264130



https://www.computerbase.de/2016-09/logitech-g403-prodigy-maus-pmw-3366-kommt-mit-und-ohne-kabel/


It says it will come in 2 versions: "basic" - 90g + 10g weight and wireless 107g + 10g weight
Price respectively 80 and 120 Euro in Europe
post #416 of 5931

107g for a wireless mouse is impressive. I'd ditch the cord for that though it's not my preferred shape (wireless pro gaming mouse plz Logitech).

post #417 of 5931
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Originally Posted by Pulkovnick View Post

i have found 2 "tests" of this mouses (in German):

http://www.gameswelt.de/logitech-g403-prodigy-gaming-maus/test/im-test-kabel-und-wireless-version,264130



https://www.computerbase.de/2016-09/logitech-g403-prodigy-maus-pmw-3366-kommt-mit-und-ohne-kabel/


It says it will come in 2 versions: "basic" - 90g + 10g weight and wireless 107g + 10g weight
Price respectively 80 and 120 Euro in Europe

Well I don't like ergos, but this seems like a EC killer to me at 90g.
post #418 of 5931
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Originally Posted by Dreyka View Post


ALL HAIL LOGITECH. KING OF GAMING MICE.















This model actually reminds me of a Zowie EC1-A or EC2-A doh.gif .

What gives Logitech, copying other competitors models then calling it your own, unique design philosophy here mostly perpetrated by Gangster-styled Corporations ph34r-smiley.gif .
Edited by Elrick - 9/1/16 at 6:53pm
post #419 of 5931
Def EC killer. Its as wide/tall as an ec1, and in between the lengths of the ec1 and 2.

Those rubber sides actually look amazing compared to the textured grips other companies put on their mice.
post #420 of 5931
Keyboard G213: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-Prodigy-Lighting-Keyboard-International/dp/B01KT8D5SG/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1472781027&sr=8-6&keywords=g213

Wired G403: http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/product/g403-prodigy-wired-gaming-mouse?wt.ac=g403
Wireless G403: http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/product/g403-prodigy-wireless-gaming-mouse?wt.ac=g403wireless
Headset G231: http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/product/g231-prodigy-gaming-headset?wt.ac=g231

I'm so confused, is this a budget line or what? Marketing seems all over the place.
Edited by justnvc - 9/1/16 at 7:08pm
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