Originally Posted by Hunched
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.