Anyone know what material the G400s is made out of on the sides? Maybe it's just me, but I find that rubber seems more prone to feeling sticky than plastic does.
Also, I'm reading about some prediction "Zero delta thingy" (http://www.esreality.com/post/2505056/r ... pid2462914
) on it that can only be disabled with the drivers. Comments? (I'm not willing to install an extra driver.)
Durability wise, how does that compare to the Logitech M500? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6826104328
(I really don't care at all about high DPI optics or programmable hotkeys - 1000 dpi and basic browser buttons are fine for me.) Note that I tend to click the scroll wheel a lot (closing tabs), which is where my LX7 failed. I have to wonder if letting the scroll wheel go sideways weakens the whole mechanism. (And I rarely scroll sideways anyway. The MX310 has a particularly nice scroll wheel, albeit a vertical only one.)
FWIW: In terms of scroll wheels, the old LX310 and the cheap M-UAE96 both can't scroll horizontally, and also have a really nice feel when pushing the scroll wheel. The LX7 and the mouse from my MK520 feel worse in this regard (and the MK520 doesn't even do horizontal).
Thinkpad t440s/4300U/12GB/500GB 840 evo; HP 6530b/P8700/4GB/120GB M500; Moto X 2014/iPad Mini 2; Pioneer SP-BS22-LR/Lepai TA2020+; Dell U3014/HP 2511x. Netgear WNDR3700v2, HP 4050N. Corsair K70 mx blue.