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post #441 of 1505
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

No softwareless 400 CPI no buy

Don't waste your time. Very Underwhelming. I couldn't begin to tell you how pissed I am about the mouse after it's been in my hands.

The wait for Zowie continues. Closing in on the 1 year old post of them saying they would announce the 3360 line soon. lol
post #442 of 1505
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

No softwareless 400 CPI no buy
Yea, kind of a bummer for 400 CPI users. Fortunately, I use 800 CPI.
post #443 of 1505
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

Don't waste your time. Very Underwhelming. I couldn't begin to tell you how pissed I am about the mouse after it's been in my hands.

The wait for Zowie continues. Closing in on the 1 year old post of them saying they would announce the 3360 line soon. lol
^+1 - An EC2-A with a 3360 and better side buttons? What is BenQ waiting for? Lol.

And yeah. Don't get me started on the Elite vs. Chroma debate. If you already have a Chroma or a DA 2013, just save your money, seriously.
post #444 of 1505
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

^+1 - An EC2-A with a 3360 and better side buttons? What is BenQ waiting for? Lol.

They should be close. At this point obviously they are last to release. Last but not least. I just hope thet genuiniely take steps forward with the shells. Segment buttons, side buttons for those who care to have them improved. Sensor is a duh.

Drop more than the tired old black version of the mouse. Bring back that glossy white as well.
post #445 of 1505
Got mine. Build quality seems much better than the 403. No rattle, no wobbly wheel. Scroll feels good, scroll button is ok. Side buttons are good. Main clicks are just regular - Logitech still wins that. I use 800dpi for everything so don't really care about the software - I assume that there will be a firmware update that lets you store dpi settings in the memory.

It's a shame people are going nuts over the 403 and Pro when Logitech dropped the ball in some areas. Probably won't be revisions for a while. The DA Elite will probably be my main general-use mouse and if I can manage to get a GPro that doesn't have something wrong with its main buttons/side buttons/wheel, then that'll be my FPS mouse.
post #446 of 1505
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Originally Posted by Ickz View Post

Got mine. Build quality seems much better than the 403. No rattle, no wobbly wheel. Scroll feels good, scroll button is ok. Side buttons are good. Main clicks are just regular - Logitech still wins that. I use 800dpi for everything so don't really care about the software - I assume that there will be a firmware update that lets you store dpi settings in the memory.

It's a shame people are going nuts over the 403 and Pro when Logitech dropped the ball in some areas. Probably won't be revisions for a while. The DA Elite will probably be my main general-use mouse and if I can manage to get a GPro that doesn't have something wrong with its main buttons/side buttons/wheel, then that'll be my FPS mouse.

I'm currently using a g403 that I'll return soon because of the crappy rattling wheel, just waiting till I can get one in EU, first the g303 and now the 403. I don't know why people say logitech have better build quality than most, I guess most brands suck too lol.
post #447 of 1505
Damn
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Originally Posted by Ickz View Post

Got mine. Build quality seems much better than the 403. No rattle, no wobbly wheel. Scroll feels good, scroll button is ok. Side buttons are good. Main clicks are just regular - Logitech still wins that. I use 800dpi for everything so don't really care about the software - I assume that there will be a firmware update that lets you store dpi settings in the memory.
Can I ask you the same question as earlier?
Could you describe what do you mean with 'main clicks are just regular'?

I've heard people describe Logitech's click as crisp and it supposedly means good. Also I've heard people saying Rival 700's click as crisp.
Problem is I think Rival 700's click is slightly heavy to press before it actually moves (pre-travel?) and if my memory correct I think G502 is also a little heavier when clicking. All compared to DA Black.
So is it about mushy vs non-mushy or heavier vs lighter click or not enough travel vs enough travel or else?

I prefer really light click hehe.
post #448 of 1505

Thanks bud!
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

Someone was generous enough to post the internals of this mouse. It's another 'modified' version of the 336x sensor only they're calling it the 3389. Razer does this EVERY year. Market the living daylights out of their products. If this is indeed "the best sensor in the world" (according to Razer), it'd be damn near impossible to see with the naked eye if this is any different than the 3310, 3366, 3360, 3989, etc. ad infinitum thumb.gif

And what might the difference be between 3310, 336x and the 3989 in the Chroma? I'm aware the 336x is a slightly more accurate than the venerable 3310, but I figured the Chroma was just a DA2013 with colours.
post #449 of 1505
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Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post

only a handful...


Feel free to update those I missed. Everyone on this list has received free Logitech gear that isn't related to the OCN labs program. These users are posting incentivized comments about these free products on this forum while using default forum accounts.

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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

Sorry for actually hyping issues I have with the mice frown.gif

Sorry we had to wait for paying customers to mention flaws.
Edited by Derp - 10/9/16 at 12:06pm
post #450 of 1505
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

Sorry we had to wait for paying customers to mention flaws.

flaws? You mean 403 scroll wheel? I was actually using a PB2 sample which had fixed this issue that was reported the same day I received a PB1 proto months in advance. I wasn't going to bother opening my retail until I had to send protos back because I assumed it was exactly like PB2. I opened retail a little after 1 person had mentioned what sounded like the same issue that plagued PB1. (mind you at this point, it wouldn't have changed anything because retails were already being mass produced. I received retail around a week prior to announcement). Ofc I let them know early and even made a post about it saying that shouldn't be happening on these forums.

Or maybe it's the stress relief? Something I pushed to be changed early because I knew everyone on forums would complain about (including me)? Other than that, there's nothing I could really fault on both mice. I didn't have a problem with G pro's middle click because I don't really give a damn bout clicking that button.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1608862/sponsored-logitech-g-pro-gaming-mouse-review-by-ino/1260#post_25497088 These are my "paid thoughts" I made half a month ago.
Edited by Skylit - 10/2/16 at 1:55pm
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