08-17-2012 01:09 PM - last edited on 08-17-2012 01:34 PM by Taylarie
I registered for the sole purpose of pestering Logitech until they give us another standard format gaming mouse.
- I don't want a mouse that differs substantially from the standard issue office-type mouse in form - I use one of those all day long, so coming home to use something different is silly. (and no, you can't bring some wierd-shaped mouse to work - it'll get stolen in a matter of days)
- I don't want 10 million buttons. The standard 2 buttons, scroll wheel, sensitivity adjustment, and 2 side buttons (very useful for web browsing) were a great compromise and just about perfect for shooters.
- "Sculpted" styling interferes with the "claw style grip" for many users. The indentions on the "sculpted" style mouse are right where claw users want to place their thumbs and pinky fingers - instead, there is no "there" there. Parts sticking out of the mouse that contact anything other than my fingertips simply get in the way.
- The G3 was one of the few really solid-feeling gaming mice available, and has a proven track record of durability. I have seen dozens of other G-series mice die, some within a week or two of coming out of the box. I have never seen a G3 die.
Come on, Logitech? Do a simple Google search. Look at how many people are trying to find a mouse like the G3. For crying out loud, look at the people selling replacement parts for them on Ebay!
G300 simply isn't going to cut it either - it's not just the ambidextrous nature of the mouse that created fans, it's that it explicity wasn't overly "ergo".
Why will you not make us a mouse like this? WHY?
We're literally sitting here waiting to throw our money at you.
08-17-2012 05:20 PM
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