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I've missclicked. I mean v1. Proof:
http://www.hltv.org/?pageid=18&threadid=797038#r9380928

One of the best pro players is picky about the sensor, and the shell of his mouse, he would combine two different mice to make one he likes? I read the best players will just use whatever they are given by their sponsor.
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Kinzu V1 angle-snapping love. If you've ever watched Edward play it is incredibly apparent in the way he aims. While it comes across as pretty intense it doesn't feel at all like most angle-snapping you apply through programs, it doesn't stick to a line at all. I've had my best games using the V1 so I'm a little starstruck by it redface.gif

Angle snapping is good for CS and Source. It's good for some maps in GO. If the angle snapping isn't onerous it will make you perform better.
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I'm thinking about sending in my G303 to logitech support for a replacement because the lens rattling is really bad...
You think they would let me switch to a G402 instead??
post #4573 of 7008
I had jitter issues with my G402 so I called up Logitech and they gave me this G303 after a bit of discussion. Didn't even have to send the G402 back or pay anything.
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I had jitter issues with my G402 so I called up Logitech and they gave me this G303 after a bit of discussion. Didn't even have to send the G402 back or pay anything.

Wow you got really lucky
usually companies will ask for the product back to take a look at the problem
Maybe I should try contacting logitech and asking for a replacement...
I really dont feel like paying 12 bucks to send a mouse back to cali. Then wait 3-4 weeks for a new replacement..
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Wow you got really lucky
usually companies will ask for the product back to take a look at the problem
Maybe I should try contacting logitech and asking for a replacement...
I really dont feel like paying 12 bucks to send a mouse back to cali. Then wait 3-4 weeks for a new replacement..

I have a way with words.

Good luck.
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I have a way with words.

Good luck.

Teach me in a PM pls
post #4577 of 7008
If G303 costs the same as G402, Logitech will replace your mouse with other model if you ask them. It's their policy.
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I needed 2-3 days to get used to the grip, I was coming from a G400/G402/G502 and it took me a while. But I noticed it's very precise as the grip you have to use to hold it gives you very good control.
Now using the G302 and later on G303 for months and it is very pleasant. Might not look ergonomic, but it is.

Many people just cannot used to the wedge shape in the center. That is where you have to grip around and above the mouse. And this gives a very good control. I have rather large hands and that might make it easier for me to grip it.

I would give the mouse a try, if it doesn't work out, the Castor has a very nice shape, just find sensor and buttons a bit too much on the soft side.

You kind of describe why Logitech probably choose this design and why it works... but also its flaws. The strong change from the front half to the back gives some people issues: "I can't place my fingers where I want to grab this mouse the way I want to."

The front of the G303 is pretty good, it's the rear half that is a mess imo. Funny enough the rear half was probably designed with "bling bling" in mind rather then useability.
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So I called up logitech support and they said I didnt need to send my mice back for a replacement.
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I needed 2-3 days to get used to the grip, I was coming from a G400/G402/G502 and it took me a while. But I noticed it's very precise as the grip you have to use to hold it gives you very good control.
Now using the G302 and later on G303 for months and it is very pleasant. Might not look ergonomic, but it is.

Many people just cannot used to the wedge shape in the center. That is where you have to grip around and above the mouse. And this gives a very good control. I have rather large hands and that might make it easier for me to grip it.

I would give the mouse a try, if it doesn't work out, the Castor has a very nice shape, just find sensor and buttons a bit too much on the soft side.

You kind of describe why Logitech probably choose this design and why it works... but also its flaws. The strong change from the front half to the back gives some people issues: "I can't place my fingers where I want to grab this mouse the way I want to."

The front of the G303 is pretty good, it's the rear half that is a mess imo. Funny enough the rear half was probably designed with "bling bling" in mind rather then useability.
The front is a bit too narrow imo. It slopes inwards too aggressively. The back is just for show and doesn't offer any support whatsoever.
My biggest issue is in order to grip a mouse where it won't fly out of my hand I have to deathgrip it.
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