01-20-2012 09:38 AM
That would be a PID higher than LZ13333.
01-24-2012 02:59 PM
Angle snapping was removed as of PID LZ13333. Lower PIDs have angle snapping.
There is no way to specify in online orders which version you are going to get. As time goes on, it is more likely that you will receive a non-angle-snapping version as stock of the older version is depleted.
In retail stores, you can tell the difference between the older and newer versions by the package's transparent closure labels; G400s without angle snapping have the Logitech logo printed on these labels. G400s with angle snapping have no printing on these labels.
I just bought a G400 at Best Buy that had "Logitech" printed on the transparent tape, but once I opened it and looked on the bottom, the PID # is LZ13233. Does this mean it has prediction?
01-30-2012 06:33 AM
Why does it matter if you can't tell yourself and have to ask? lol
Mice with prediction can still draw curved lines, and my G9 can draw 100% straight lines in paint, and that has no prediction, so IMO paint isn't 100% accurate.
I was just about to buy a new G400 as I bought one 7th December (not used yet) gutted that this new one came out. Turned out it was one of the new batch
What I want to know, has it got _exactly_ the same sensor but just without prediction? Has anything else changed?
02-01-2012 11:17 AM
The angle snapping has been disabled in the firmware.
That's the only thing that has been changed with the mouse.
02-05-2012 12:43 AM
If I send my "old" G400 to Logitech, is there a possiblity, that Logitech send me the new model
I'd be interested in knowing this too as I went out and bought a new one, which leaves me with one not being used.