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[Staples] Logitech G100s Gaming Mice - $16.11 @DowntownVancouver

Went to Staples @ Downtown Vancouver. Price tag was $39.99. Scanned for a total of $16.11. I don't know why. But there are 3-4 left at the location if anyone was interested. Not sure if it's the same for other staples.
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Got g500s for 22 + tax witht he %50 percent off deal staples has going on, some good deals if you can find them YMMV
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death_hawk wrote: Don't get me wrong, I don't understand some of the gaming mice out there with 30 buttons.
But this looks like your generic cheap mouse with some paint on it.

I mean... I don't see how it's really any better than let's say http://www.ncix.com/detail/logitech-b12 ... 2-1359.htm
Just because it doesn't have a super ergonomic design and LEDs doesn't mean it's not a gaming mice. And there is a big difference in sensor capability between gaming mice and those cheap generic ones if you've ever used both.

Also, I bought this mice because it was small and light and is by Logitech (warranty). I do not like the G400/G500 shape at all.
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s2k_ek wrote: Got g500s for 22 + tax witht he %50 percent off deal staples has going on, some good deals if you can find them YMMV

How? :(

I am using the stupid razer naga and it is a piece of junk :(
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s2k_ek wrote: Got g500s for 22 + tax witht he %50 percent off deal staples has going on, some good deals if you can find them YMMV
I got this a while back. And just started using it late last week, man the high pitch sound it makes give me a headache.
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jjs0891 wrote: And there is a big difference in sensor capability between gaming mice and those cheap generic ones if you've ever used both.
I've never had issues with sensors on cheap mice. Hell I've gamed on some of my cheap mice.
Also, I bought this mice because it was small and light and is by Logitech (warranty). I do not like the G400/G500 shape at all.
Yeah I'm not a fan of where some gaming mice are going. It's getting ridiculous.
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s2k_ek wrote: Got g500s for 22 + tax witht he %50 percent off deal staples has going on, some good deals if you can find them YMMV
For those in Ottawa, Staples in Orleans has about 5 G500 mouse's left. It scans for $49, but it's on clearance for 50% which they will adjust at the cash.

The total cost is $26 for the G500 which is super hot! I bought one. I'm not a hoarder and want to share the deals lol.
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I picked up a G100s at Market Crossing, Burnaby. There is 1 left in the 50% off clearance bin.
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Differences between this one and g400?
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spotted them for $14 or so at Eglinton & Laid staples after 50% off together with the other gaming mice/keyboards (not in clearance section).
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death_hawk wrote: Don't get me wrong, I don't understand some of the gaming mice out there with 30 buttons.
But this looks like your generic cheap mouse with some paint on it.

I mean... I don't see how it's really any better than let's say http://www.ncix.com/detail/logitech-b12 ... 2-1359.htm
Basically less keyboard shortcuts. A step up from the mouse you posted would be thumb buttons, which otherwise would have been idle ( Sensitivity toggle + 3 more buttons. Im using the G205 which is about as much I can handle.

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