Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, May 9, 2019.
right sure what ever you say, The 5000+ hours I put in to Swtor and Ragnarok Online and i pretty surebefore, that used the right/left and middle clicks with almost all actions says other wise, Like said my G502 works as good as they day I got it as far as the switches go.
just cause you have bad experience with them dont mean everyone does.
They only logictech device I own that I will truly call crap is the F710 I have, seeing have 5 rma replacement from them and they all suffer from the same shitty connection problems. and same shitty squeaking issue with left and right stick when there moved up down with in few months
It's an accurate choice of word for the type of expression I'm aiming for. I work around an SJW, like a stereotypical "that can't possibly exist it's just an internet joke" type, who complains about everything that's not hyper politically correct. So I make it a point to remain accurate with the words I want to use for a specific expression, in this case retarded was the most accurate. Just as I'm a retard for paying so much, even if it was on sale, for a mouse.
you are paying for the exclusivity of the infinite scroll-wheel 1st and foremost
a feature that everyone that doesn't have it say it's a gimmick and everyone that has it know it's so useful and doesn't want to give up, everything with a scrollbar benefits from it, every game where you can zoom in out or as large inventories (like skyrim) benefits from it
the real joke with Logi is powerplay I also own a corsair rgb wireless mouse with it's recharging mousepad, it only charges on one zone but for a reason it's normalized
1) you can recharge your wireless-charging phone on it it's even large enough to play and recharge my phone at the same time with like 2000-3000dpi settings
2) it comes with a wireless charging block and adapters for micro-usb, usb-c and Apple lightning so you can recharge any type of battery stuff that doesn't have wireless charging in the 1st place
I don't regret buying the corsair pad as my phone is on it every day and I also use it to recharge an Apple TV remote
edit : BTW double/ghost-clicking is mostly related to the surface material you use your mouse on building up static charges, try to change that 1st
99% of the mousepads sold in NA/EU for like 20$ or 100 >< are rebranded cheap chinese pads that you can buy from 1$ or 3$ to like 20$ for an RGB lit large mousepad on Aliexpress
you're paying 90% for a logo and left with a super cheap product that isn't tested or designed to prevent that type of problems
even my Corsair mousepad that I mentioned above is probably a rebranded chinese 10 or 20$ wireless charging mousepad that I paid too much for, at 30$ you have a wireless charging and RGB lit mousepad lol I'm hoping that for the price I paid I have at least a better quality control from Corsair (I mean that they require better QC from the factory) than noname products
and again, not denying there are ppl with problems, but some/many doesnt mean everyone.
you sound like the ppl trying to tell me that certain asian cars are more reliable than german brands,
when neither track record for endurance racing (24h le mans), nor real world experience support it
(e.g. the 3 from grand tour made +1200 mls trip thru columbia in a 10y old jeep/silverado/panda 4x4, while the crew destroyed 6 new toyotas trucks).
so far i could find it for that price.
microcenter has the 703 for 85 and the 603 for 70 (both as lightspeed editions),
so either number or model is wrong, as the only one costing 150 is the G-pro (not the 502)
well the 903 (at least) allows to calibrate for the mouse pad your using, so that should be less of an issue..
sure, if you don't press the buttons they won't wear out.
I have tons of Logitech mice for many years. Only one has ever failed and that was after about 6 years.
I guess I don't use them enough, right? Anyways...
lol, show me something that wears out when not in use...
im using logitech mice since 2000, roughly 2-5y of use,
and never had to replace one because it broke.
during 10y of working as tech/sales in shops i've never seen a higher return/broken rate
than other (name) brands.
and until nasa doesn't lose billion dollar rockets because of defective/broken stuff,
i dont expect consumer products to last forever.
and as you clearly dont understand how the world works (were consumer products cant really be made fail-proof without large increase in cost,
and exceptions to this would again proof the rule), i wont respond to any future posts from you.
clearly you don't understand that logitech is buying the forum posts talking about it, they don't control reddit though.