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post #1071 of 1461
one of the main things i don't like about the G100s, is the flat sides.
my thumbs don't want to stay flat they want to bend in, which is what the shape of the G302 seems to cater to.

however the flat sides don't cause any discomfort to me, only the sensation that my thumbs want to be bending the plastic in more.
sure i can claw it fine but then it seems like my thumb protrudes out at a 90 degree angle when there should really be a curve there to contour the position of my thumb.

is that not the thinking of this design?

i wont know for sure if i will 100% like it until i receive it but for now it looks pretty close to what i want in a mouse.
post #1072 of 1461
Picked one up today at a JB Hi-fi store in Australia for $47 AUD. First impressions are good. It feels lighter than I imagined it would, which is a positive. The shape is not conventional but it fits my weirdo 3 finger claw/palm grip thing just fine. Cord is a bit heavy/stiff but I'm sure I'll find a way to manage it. I'll give it a go for the next few weeks or whenever the Aurora arrives.

Not sure if anyones mentioned it yet, but out of the box mine was 1000Hz with CPI button cycling 400/800/1600/3200. Its good to know I won't have to install the driver to get the settings I want.
post #1073 of 1461
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Originally Posted by povohat View Post

Picked one up today at a JB Hi-fi store in Australia for $47 AUD. First impressions are good. It feels lighter than I imagined it would, which is a positive. The shape is not conventional but it fits my weirdo 3 finger claw/palm grip thing just fine. Cord is a bit heavy/stiff but I'm sure I'll find a way to manage it. I'll give it a go for the next few weeks or whenever the Aurora arrives.

Not sure if anyones mentioned it yet, but out of the box mine was 1000Hz with CPI button cycling 400/800/1600/3200. Its good to know I won't have to install the driver to get the settings I want.
where abouts in Australia are you? I might have to ring my local jb HiFi...
post #1074 of 1461
NSW. I went to the Macarthur Square store. There was only one on the shelf, which I bought. They are doing 20% off all Logitech stuff at the moment, not sure when that ends. Would be a good opportunity to get one.
post #1075 of 1461
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NSW. I went to the Macarthur Square store. There was only one on the shelf, which I bought. They are doing 20% off all Logitech stuff at the moment, not sure when that ends. Would be a good opportunity to get one.
all good mate I just ran into a store then and picked one up, only $47, worth a shot i reckon
post #1076 of 1461
Buttons and scroll are awesome, really nice, the shape.. I don't love it but I don't hate it either, I'm sure I'll be able to get used to it in time. I like how it's a small mouse, small and light, and the sensor feels good to me
Edited by kicksome - 12/4/14 at 9:59pm
post #1077 of 1461
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Originally Posted by povohat View Post

Picked one up today at a JB Hi-fi store in Australia for $47 AUD. First impressions are good. It feels lighter than I imagined it would, which is a positive. The shape is not conventional but it fits my weirdo 3 finger claw/palm grip thing just fine. Cord is a bit heavy/stiff but I'm sure I'll find a way to manage it. I'll give it a go for the next few weeks or whenever the Aurora arrives.

Not sure if anyones mentioned it yet, but out of the box mine was 1000Hz with CPI button cycling 400/800/1600/3200. Its good to know I won't have to install the driver to get the settings I want.

Same, went to JB hi-fi and picked one up aswell, Everything about it is great except the shape is a little unorthodox, I would have liked it much more with a bit more meat around the lower right of the body (can't cater for everyone I guess), and after about an hour of cs-go My palm starts to ache a little bit. (not really bad, but enough for me to take my hand away from the mouse to rest it), I guess claw grip doesn't agree with my hand.. haha. The button clicks feel so good on this mouse too compared to the 402 (to me) which feels like I need alot more force to press.
 
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post #1078 of 1461
Do people think the buttons are good due to the light actuation force or because they are actually good?

I think I have only seen 1 person say they like the shape. The others have either said it's mediocre, they hate it, it forces them to hold it in a way they don't want to, it could be better or they prefer the G100S. Basically, the majority are not happy with the shape.

Those that say it's "designed for MOBA and RTS" are making excuses... Just because the game genre is different doesn't mean your hand becomes different. A FPS player can hold a mouse the same way a LoL player does. When it comes to shape it's irrelevant what game they play. The shape is either good or bad for certain grip types and hand sizes, not for certain games.
Edited by popups - 12/5/14 at 10:24am
post #1079 of 1461
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Do people think the buttons are good due to the light actuation force or because they are actually good?

If I have only one nice thing to say about g302, it's the buttons.

No ****ed up placement, No stupid button shape, good tactile feel.
post #1080 of 1461
I just shaved off everything under the mouse around the sensor to make sure it is all even under the mouse. No dragging anymore.
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