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Abyssus v2 vs Logitech G102/203, how they compare?

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Hello! I'm currently using Abyssus 2014 which i very like and is overall great mouse @ default dpi without synapse. But, as it is heavily used, it's getting worn out. Buttons feels stiff sometimes, scroll bugs out which is annoying cause i use it to jump in CS GO. I don't have LOD or Z-Axis problems like some people do with Razer. I would go with abyssus v2 without any questions as i'm lefthanded and i like this design a lot. However, i have read mixed opinions about it's sensor - and there comes Logitech. Is that Mercury sensor really that good? Anyone with good reasoning which mouse will be better?
post #2 of 9
The v2's sensor seemed fine when i was playing with my friends, if you like the shape i say go with it
post #3 of 9
I hate most bad cheap sensors, I usually play with Zowie, Logitech etc. but this time around I decided to give the abyssus v2 a chance and I'd say the sensor is solid. No issues, no spinning out, tracks very well. Only thing I'm not a fan of is the price. A bit too high for what you get.

I havent tried the G102.
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I've yet to try the Mercury sensor but I personally prefer the shape of the v2 over the G Pro/203/102. The Mercury is likely technically superior, but I found the 3329 in the v2 to be fine even though there is some sort of smoothing agent. With the internal weight removed the v2 is about 72g (same as the '14 IIRC), which is nice.

Both mice have decent cables from what I can tell. Clicks are subjective but I'd guess more ppl would lean to the Logi's. Overall from a price/value perspective the 102/203 is the better buy. IMO shape should be the main point of contention tho.
post #5 of 9
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Does Abyssus v2 have more smoothing than 2014 version?
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The abyssus v2 has obvious smoothing. The g203 has no smoothing. They both have a z-axis bug but the abyssus v2 has much higher LOD which makes the z-axis bug a lot worse. They both subjectively feel very good, even though the abyssus v2 has obvious smoothing. The abyssus v2 might be lighter but I don't know for sure (I think it's lighter when you remove the weight). The abyssus v2's cable is the best cable I've ever used. The g203's cable is good but not as amazing as the abyssus v2's. The g203 has a sensor flaw that feels like angle snapping, but doesn't prevent you from moving at gentle angles like real angle snapping does. The g203 probably has lower click latency but I didn't check.
Edited by wareya - 2/3/17 at 9:34am
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Originally Posted by wareya View Post

The abyssus v2 has obvious smoothing. The g203 has no smoothing. They both have a z-axis bug but the abyssus v2 has much higher LOD which makes the z-axis bug a lot worse. They both subjectively feel very good, even though the abyssus v2 has obvious smoothing. The abyssus v2 might be lighter but I don't know for sure (I think it's lighter when you remove the weight). The abyssus v2's cable is the best cable I've ever used. The g203's cable is good but not as amazing as the abyssus v2's. The g203 has a sensor flaw that feels like angle snapping, but doesn't prevent you from moving at gentle angles like real angle snapping does. The g203 probably has lower click latency but I didn't check.

I don't want to make new thread but G203 is out of question. Do you know if Abyssus v2 have more smoothing than 2014 one? I'm also thinking about Asus Sica, looks pretty good with PWM3310.
post #8 of 9
Sica has jitter bug on cloth mats, glad i returned the mouse, not sure about other mats, so at least aby v2 better than this Sica crap, and they rereleased Sica again! I doubt they fixed anything there, same sensor there. No other 3310 had such bug, balls. Also aby v2 for sure felt 10 times better for me, can't say LOD was high, aby 2014 has way higher LOD, in FPS games it was tough with this mouse. Out of all aby 2010 , 2014 and 2016, would choose the latter one.
    
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post #9 of 9
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In my Abyssus 2014 career i managed to spin it out playing cs go maybe once. Maybe it's the playstyle but i had never problems with it. Still one of the best mouse for me to date. Razer isn't using top notch sensors in Abyssus line but still i like Razer in general, especially small things like package and thank you letters inside. Had abby v2 and it was ok too but i think that sensor was worse than 2014 edition but i havn't used it much, gave it back cause housing was rattling. Went for mastermouse pro l and the sensor is superb, but overall nothing beats good old abby. Would like to try Zowie za series but not with 3310 and for this price.
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