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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-23-2019, 10:40 AM - Thread Starter
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Logitech Salvo - Gaming Mouse Concept

https://www.behance.net/gallery/5330...o-Gaming-Mouse

"Logitech Salvo (Concept) - 2017
A fun project inspired by seeing some of my friends working on similar projects: Kevin Liu and Ken Hsieh​​​​​​​
My aim was to design a concept for a gaming mouse that would aesthetically fall between Logitech's MX mice and gaming mice. I have been using the MX Anywhere 1 and 2 mice for a while and think that their crisp details and balance of size / comfort could make a good basis for a new branch of gaming mouse."

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https://www.shapeways.com/product/3R...-mouse-concept

€75.23 for plastic

and a high price for:
Polished Bronzed-Silver Steel
Polished and Bronzed Black Steel
Matte Black Steel
Aluminum


White Processed Versatile Plastic€75.23

White Natural Versatile Plastic€74.10

White Processed Versatile Plastic€75.23

Black Natural Versatile Plastic€76.93

Natural Sandstone€94.00
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-23-2019, 11:12 AM
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What's the point?

Get higher speed memory and manage to run your game at 240+FPS with all kinds of v-sync and buffering turned off before you talk about mouse precision.
Memory speed and efficiency is the KEY factor to improve framerates in ALL multiplayer games (eg. OW, WOW, CSGO, LOL, HOTS). CPU frequency or GPU power is NOT.
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Looks like something from EVGAs Torq line
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It looks like a crushed g303 and i'd actually love to try it out. Except with materials used it'd probably be as good as a dumbbell on a mousepad.
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Fit a G102/G pro/ G305 pcb in it and I'll buy it instantly.
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Quote: Originally Posted by shaduh View Post
It looks like a crushed g303 and i'd actually love to try it out. Except with materials used it'd probably be as good as a dumbbell on a mousepad.
Damn, looks like a resurrection of the G303 series.

If this becomes available for sale definitely will get me some. Probably too old to actually hold the mouse with my hands but the ankle-biters might love it.

Logitech still has the best mouse software for their products hence why it's worth purchasing their range.
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So flat it huts my hand just looking at it.. pretty cool aesthetics though!

"a bad joint can't be that bad right?" -q
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No offense but why are concept things (in this case mice) always so stupid?
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Quote: Originally Posted by Ephant View Post
No offense but why are concept things (in this case mice) always so stupid?
Because no one used them or held them in their hand. They draw and draw, then engineers come in and send to the trash as it's not even manufacturable let alone usable.

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If you want to make concepts, make them functional, such as "works with G102/203/305/Pro PCB" etc. so you are making a working printed shell for existing PCB. And there are those for the rich or rich owning 3D printers.
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So flat it huts my hand just looking at it.. pretty cool aesthetics though!
Was going to make a similar comment. Looks like a terrible mouse to hold, but it would be kind of cool as an ornament.
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