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Originally Posted by the1freeMan View Post

1- Agree but I kinda buy the mouse, not the package.
2- Why, because it's light? I've put hands on an x-718bk and that feels cheap.
3- Hopefully everyone agrees here except Kohler
4- Shape is unrelated to price tag.

Don't get me wrong, i didn't complain or anything. Just trying to let everyone (who decided to buy this product) know what to expect.
I really like the mouse and the way it moves and the tactile clicks are awesome.
You should check the bloody series though, they are far from perfect sensor wise, but the presentation(packaging) and the plastics feel much more expensive.
post #3932 of 7008
Mine does. It has the rattling problem. It's very audible even during standard mouse movement. People do bash on Razer's quality,but my DA feels studier than this G303. rolleyes.gif
Anyways ,I'm about to return it because of how hard it is to move it around on the mousepad. The mouse feet are not of good quality. Using cloth black pad.
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So i bit the bullet and went through the RMA process as i read that Logitech was aware of the lens rattle issue. Just received it, removed it from the box and.....................the lens wobbles / rattles; serial is 1515. Really surprised Logitech hasn't fixed this issue already as i'm sure they know about it by now and it does affect tracking.

Oh well, just going to open it up and fix it myself as i really like the mouse.
RMA again?
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Anybody experiencing more friction on mouse pad compared to DA for example? From a standstill,it's super hard to start moving.

Yep, hence why I mentioned it could use better skates.

I actually think the shape of the skates is a bigger problem then the material used.
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I'm not a fan of their size either. My example was tilting slighty which made it god awful dor small adjustment in CS. You guys know how small hitboxes are biggrin.gif . DA glides like butter, micro adjestments are so ez.
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Okay, the mouse came, and my initial impressions for this 70 Eur mouse, compared to my current driver - 20 Eur Bloody v5:

  1. Very cheap packaging
  2. Very cheap feel in the hand
  3. Great responsiveness, tactile clicks, great sensor
  4. Not so comfortable as someone using hybrid claw/fingertip would expect

I don't agree with the first two points.
Packaging looks fine to me, sure there aren't stickers and other stuff you may find in a Razer mouse but i don't complain.
The feel is great honestly, I like that it is light and the plastic used i think it's very good, I also like the scrolling wheel (for example i didn't like the wheel on the G600 at all).
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post #3936 of 7008
Same here - no idea how you could perceive the mouse as feeling cheap - it has it's issues but build quality and used material is none of it.
post #3937 of 7008
Well, this is my personal opinion. As said earlier, i'm comparing both plastic and packaging to my 20 eur Bloody V5(which by the way lasted me for 2 years so far, i'm just changing it because of the flawed sensor). Also i have few other mice, like mx518, original Deathadder and MX310. All of the mentioned mice plastics feel pricier(better) and have proven in time. Also i believe for the 70 EUR we spent on the mouse, the presentation should be much better (Like in Razer/Bloody case). Anyway it's a good, if not great mouse. I just believe that Logitech can do better for the price. And yes, scroll is good, especially compared to my Zowie EC1...
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Its amazing how G303 looks the "best look" out of all of them but has the worst possible ergonomic shape.

I personally like a mouse with less things like 'to get used to'. G303 has one thingy only - shape. So it's basically perfect. You can't get new fingers, but you can get used to shape if you want, find sweet spot.

Got g303 7 days ago from a german reseller (23 british GBP! For fok sake, this is a steal, cheaper than some modern mice with great sensors but having a price like a new mechanical keyboard), and had a nice time testing it on evenings in csgo and q3 excessive mod, some qlive too, and i can say this mouse is replacing my both beloved g402 and g502 easily.

Finally i can say what i think and want to say about this mouse, which i was waiting patiently to get cheaper than any other mouse!

*Clicks - one of the fastest ever tried, other fast ones met were in rival and razer, now people crying in multiplayer games that i am a clicking cheater, +
*Cable - is alright, rubber would have worked too, so still +
*Wheel - i don't care much, does the job, +
*Feet - haven't tried g302, can't say much if those additional feet helping much, 0
*Sensor - godlike, mlt04 is finally destroyed, as it should be these days, old king has died, welcome a new king +
*Shape - awkward, i'd call it a small con, but reminds me a grip of r.a.t te, and i used this experience to get used to the rhomb shape in 7 days or less, -
*Glide - glides awesome is it razer exactmat aluminium speed side, gt-f zowie spawn hard cloth or roccat sense soft slim cloth, +
*Grip - love that you can use claw grip and finger tip, but staying with claw grip, and people are getting fragged without mercy. +
*Addition of more buttons - less is better this time, not hitting accidently some random buttons, where i like to hit often on other mice, because my hands shaking like crazy, and not overthinking about stuff i don't need to think during gaming online, +

7+, 1 -, 1 zero, great mouse among all 3 - g402 g502 g303 - g303 is the king
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I personally like a mouse with less things like 'to get used to'. G303 has one thingy only - shape. So it's basically perfect. You can't get new fingers, but you can get used to shape if you want, find sweet spot.

Got g303 7 days ago from a german reseller (23 british GBP! For fok sake, this is a steal, cheaper than some modern mice with great sensors but having a price like a new mechanical keyboard), and had a nice time testing it on evenings in csgo and q3 excessive mod, some qlive too, and i can say this mouse is replacing my both beloved g402 and g502 easily.

Finally i can say what i think and want to say about this mouse, which i was waiting patiently to get cheaper than any other mouse!

*Clicks - one of the fastest ever tried, other fast ones met were in rival and razer, now people crying in multiplayer games that i am a clicking cheater, +
*Cable - is alright, rubber would have worked too, so still +
*Wheel - i don't care much, does the job, +
*Feet - haven't tried g302, can't say much if those additional feet helping much, 0
*Sensor - godlike, mlt04 is finally destroyed, as it should be these days, old king has died, welcome a new king +
*Shape - awkward, i'd call it a small con, but reminds me a grip of r.a.t te, and i used this experience to get used to the rhomb shape in 7 days or less, -
*Glide - glides awesome is it razer exactmat aluminium speed side, gt-f zowie spawn hard cloth or roccat sense soft slim cloth, +
*Grip - love that you can use claw grip and finger tip, but staying with claw grip, and people are getting fragged without mercy. +
*Addition of more buttons - less is better this time, not hitting accidently some random buttons, where i like to hit often on other mice, because my hands shaking like crazy, and not overthinking about stuff i don't need to think during gaming online, +

7+, 1 -, 1 zero, great mouse among all 3 - g402 g502 g303 - g303 is the king

Yes,but that's your personal experience. For me,it was a mouse with a lot of things to get used to. I had to switch from Palm grip to claw,from my super nice scroll wheel to this POS(which was mine,could've been faulty but was god awful), from a butter glide to a lot of friction . Buttons felt perfect,very simular to the DA's,though with a better feel. I could feel every click,yet spam like a madman.
The sensor for me felt too... crisp,choppy,idk how to call it exactly. Using 1000dpi ,it felt not as smooth and easily controlled as the DA's . Maybe that's the smoothing you guys talk about of the DA 2013? IDK, I prefer it. G303 felt amazing on 400dpi ,much better than on 1000dpi,for unexplainable reason to me. Build quality wasn't what I expected from 70 euro mouse either. Side button(back one) was making weird noise if I cross my finger across it,rattling lens like crazy. Cable wasn't much flexible, but I have a bungee so I don't care about that.
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oh my god this shape is dreadfully bad. I cannot get used to it after 5 days. But at the same time, I cannot go back to a sensor with any form of smoothing (S3988, 3310) or massive button lag (MLT04 mice, kinzu v2/v3). I will play through the pain.
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