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post #11 of 644 (permalink) Old 09-29-2018, 06:31 AM
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Poor Nixeus.

Man Logitech is killing it this year. Since I've used MX500 shapes since the predecessor, Dual Optical, this is a must buy just for the sake of it.
Unbelievable, THIS is now the mouse to get for 2018 (if it's released this year).

Since I'm already getting Nixeus's model, having the Original maker's version with an updated sensor can't get any better for us addicts.


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Unbelievable, THIS is now the mouse to get for 2018 (if it's released this year).

Since I'm already getting Nixeus's model, having the Original maker's version with an updated sensor can't get any better for us addicts.


Good times are heading our way .
...unless this is a fake

Hopefully not, though. Having spent a decade playing with mice that used this shape, I sure as heck hope this is real!
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Good thing I don't have to readapt to anything then. MX500 is still being actively used, albeit with slightly castrated lip.
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post #14 of 644 (permalink) Old 09-29-2018, 08:45 AM
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Loving my g305 and couldn't imagine going back to a wired mouse, but I almost feel obligated to get one of these considering the amount of years I used the mx518 shell.
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Good thing I don't have to readapt to anything then. MX500 is still being actively used, albeit with slightly castrated lip.
the thumb lip? curious how that looks if so! pics pls
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Nope. Ring finger lip.
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Too many good mice in the market.

Hopefully they re-release the G9x with a new sensor.
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Nope. Ring finger lip.
oh okay. the thing that I dislike the most about MX500 shape is the thumb thingy is too aggressive
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Now I gotta shell out money for this. Then I can sunset the G402.

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good news for b4nny
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