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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

....why don't you begin to tell us? I'd like to hear what's wrong with it.

I'd wait for Zowie if they confirmed they were releasing 3360 mice within the next 6 months, but their silence is going to make me give their competitors money.
I don't want to wait for something that they aren't planning on doing.

Would be cool if they shared their future plans instead of being silent or top secret or whatever. My patience is running thin.
post #482 of 1486
How is the tactile Click compared to Logitech's Spring tension on the G403/G Pro Gaming Mouse? does it feel like it has more tactile ?
post #483 of 1486
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How is the tactile Click compared to Logitech's Spring tension on the G403/G Pro Gaming Mouse? does it feel like it has more tactile ?
My current copy of the G403 is very tactile in comparison to my recently bought DA:Elite. The DA:Elite has clicky 'sounding' M1/M2 buttons but they literally feel the same as my DA:Chroma that I've used for over 2yrs. The thing about Logitech mice (at least with my rotten luck) is there's a chance you might get a G Pro or G403 with uber sensitive buttons. I bought 2 G403s so I could basically keep the cherry and return the lemon. I kinda have to do that nowadays if I wish to continue purchasing any PC peripheral (including GPUs). My first and only G Pro had a right mouse button that was so sensitive, that they should've called my copy the Logitech G-Misclick Pro
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post #484 of 1486
@tyl3nol - your hand is huge that's why that mouse hurts you lol, try an EC1? It's not for fingertip but it might fit your hand better in a palm grip
post #485 of 1486
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....why don't you begin to tell us? I'd like to hear what's wrong with it.

I'd wait for Zowie if they confirmed they were releasing 3360 mice within the next 6 months, but their silence is going to make me give their competitors money.
I don't want to wait for something that they aren't planning on doing.

Would be cool if they shared their future plans instead of being silent or top secret or whatever. My patience is running thin.
why would any peripheral company talk about unreleased products. They have nothing substantial to gain from it and if finalmouse is anything to go by, quite a bit to lose.
post #486 of 1486
Love the DA elite so far, everything feels great. The one thing I'm not in love with is the bumps on the scroll wheel. I liked the Chroma wheel much better as it was less aggressive on the finger. Otherwise build quality is much higher on the DA:E and I haven't had any problem with software or presets. I use 800DPI FYI.
post #487 of 1486
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Originally Posted by equlix View Post

why would any peripheral company talk about unreleased products. They have nothing substantial to gain from it and if finalmouse is anything to go by, quite a bit to lose.

Why do any peripheral companies market anything ever? I suppose a mouse isn't important enough to announce months in advance, for most people anyway as "it's just another mouse"
I'd like to know though, monitors and other peripherals are revealed many months before they're available for purchase.

There's a couple of peripherals I've been waiting months for to buy that release this October, they've basically secured my money months ago.
post #488 of 1486
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Why do any peripheral companies market anything ever? I suppose a mouse isn't important enough to announce months in advance, for most people anyway as "it's just another mouse"
I'd like to know though, monitors and other peripherals are revealed many months before they're available for purchase.

There's a couple of peripherals I've been waiting months for to buy that release this October, they've basically secured my money months ago.
Securing a purchase.
I mean, Logitech didn't even give out any info on the G Pro until mid August but I still waited for more info instead of buying a different mouse.
In a market driven by the need to have something (you need a mouse, keyboard, monitor, GPU, etc. for gaming and nothing is going to change that) and a consumer's choice revolves around buying one thing or the other, being able to coax someone into buying your product before it's even remotely ready to launch is valuable.
post #489 of 1486
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Originally Posted by Tyl3n0L View Post

Hey guys,

So I've been using the Zowie FX (2014 model) for a while now. Mouse is precise and works fine beside the scroll wheel which sometimes simply doesn't register or miss a "click" so I think it's time for a new one.

However I need something bigger than the Zowie. I don't even know what kind of grip I'm using (Fingertip?) but I have large hands and was wondering if the Deathadder would help me cause I get cramps after an hour or so.

Some pics to show you how I'm holding the mouse...



If the back of the mouse is touching your palm then this would be a classic clawgrip , if only your fingertips touche the mouse then it is a fingertip grip (which would be the explanation for your cramps). Seems like you use it because the mouse is too small for your hands to palm it. You should definitely try a G403, EC-1A , Deathadder. This way you can put your hands on the mouse in a relaxed palm grip. If you want to keep playing with a clawgrip then this would also be possible with those mice.
post #490 of 1486
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Securing a purchase.
I mean, Logitech didn't even give out any info on the G Pro until mid August but I still waited for more info instead of buying a different mouse.
In a market driven by the need to have something (you need a mouse, keyboard, monitor, GPU, etc. for gaming and nothing is going to change that) and a consumer's choice revolves around buying one thing or the other, being able to coax someone into buying your product before it's even remotely ready to launch is valuable.

I know.... this was my point.
I'm assuming you meant to quote the person I was replying to.
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