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[NCIX] Logitech G400 Optical Gaming Mouse NCIX=$39.99 TD=$44.97

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[NCIX] Logitech G400 Optical Gaming Mouse NCIX=$39.99 TD=$44.97

NCIX has the G400 on sale currently for $39.99 until the 26th. Lots of stock at most locations.
NCIX G400 $39.99

TD has the G400 for $44.97, definitely not as hot as they they were selling for $39.97 last week. FWIW all the stock at the TD woodbine/Markham location had the Updated versions with angle snapping disabled.
TD G400 $44.97
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is this suppose to be the upgraded versions of MX500/518?
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ShimapanX wrote:
Sep 23rd, 2012 11:53 pm
is this suppose to be the upgraded versions of MX500/518?
Yup
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i am using this mouse for more than 6 months now ... make sure you get the latest version. (its has two version .. the earlier one has negative acceleration) if your serial number is ALPHA Numeric and around 12 charater long than its the new version with any negative acceleration...

I use it mainly for CS .. it feels same as MX518
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urssohail wrote:
Sep 24th, 2012 12:26 am
i am using this mouse for more than 6 months now ... make sure you get the latest version. (its has two version .. the earlier one has negative acceleration) if your serial number is ALPHA Numeric and around 12 charater long than its the new version with any negative acceleration...

I use it mainly for CS .. it feels same as MX518
i assume the serial number can be found on the box?
what if i'm ordering online, how to tell?
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Aren't optical mouses obsolete yet?
Wouldn't you want a laser mouse?
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No, optical mouses are better than laser!
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wilhelmthe1st wrote:
Sep 23rd, 2012 11:28 pm
Wish it was wireless...
Gaming mouse is better wired than wireless and I'm guessing a lot of gamers prefer wire too.
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actng wrote:
Sep 24th, 2012 12:43 am
i assume the serial number can be found on the box?
what if i'm ordering online, how to tell?
Probably no way unless you call a store front and ask them to check for you.
Canuckerr wrote:
Sep 24th, 2012 1:32 am
Aren't optical mouses obsolete yet?
Wouldn't you want a laser mouse?
They both have their pros and cons so it's really personal preference.

Here's a link to some info about the different versions.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1255817/how- ... e-snapping
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i bought this today on my way home from work.
the guy at ncix.skycity says this is basically the rebranded MX518...
the serial number is indeed alphanumeric...
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chinesedevil wrote:
Sep 24th, 2012 2:09 am
Gaming mouse is better wired than wireless and I'm guessing a lot of gamers prefer wire too.
Why? Maybe that's true years ago but I can't see why wireless would be a bad choice for gaming other than the battery will eventually die (which is why Logitech warns you before and allows you to plug it in).
I love my logitech wireless mouse. There's no delay at all and it's very precise.
I'd love to try the G700 Logitech mouse.
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