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Just got some hotline gaming competition level skates for G303. Honestly if your used to hyperglides, stay far away from these. Of all the hyperglide I have used in the past, these hotline ones just dont feel good. The corners on the feet are not rounded like hyperglides which I think is what is making it feel horrible. It has actually added friction.
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So felt I should toss in my 2 cents. It appears this mouse gets a lot of flak for its shape. Well after a few years of chasing that perfect mouse, this is pretty much it for now in my case.

I have tiny hands and a claw grip, its perfect. It was weird at first but now my hand locks onto this mouse like it it was born with it. It also has a great sensor. Its low profile which it seems many mice developers cannot wrap their heads around anymore. Every mouse, even small has to have a huge hump in the palm area. I hate that! It is way to uncomfortable and destroys any attempt at a claw grip.

Mice I have used in order by best: I'll just list a few since I have over 20

Logitech G303 : my lead mouse. My k/d ratio is very in my favor in CS:GO and other FPSers I play online
Logitech G502: all around great mouse. Even though its long its lower profile allowing small handed gamers to easily grasp it.
Roccat Military: also a great mouse for small handed gamers
Mionix Caster
.......... after that its anything goes....the majority of the rest are either to long or to tall or a composition of both features. Or their sensor/features are not as good.

after 19 years of PC gaming I have come to realize that you can become accustom to any mouse. We are now spoiled. I used to be deadly in online fps with the original Razor death adder and the Logitech MX310. Today I would automatically throw them in the trash.
Edited by kornedbeefy - 2/12/16 at 8:59pm
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after 19 years of PC gaming I have come to realize that you can become accustom to any mouse.

Gonna disagree with you there. I used the G303 for quite a while and went to my doctor when I started noticing incredible pain. He told me I should stop immediately using the mouse if that was causing this in order to avoid RSI. Some things are incompatible with some people, this mouse is great if it fits you but otherwise it is not. Shape>sensor.
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Gonna disagree with you there. I used the G303 for quite a while and went to my doctor when I started noticing incredible pain. He told me I should stop immediately using the mouse if that was causing this in order to avoid RSI. Some things are incompatible with some people, this mouse is great if it fits you but otherwise it is not. Shape>sensor.

It's less to do with the mouse and more to do with you.
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It's less to do with the mouse and more to do with you.

rolleyes.gif I thought we just agreed a page ago that shape is personal preference, so why is it the fault of the user if the mouse doesn't work for him/her? rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif
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I can personally confirm that if the shape doesnt fit no amount of effort will make it comfortable. I tried ignoring the hand cramps but it steadily got worse.
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rolleyes.gif I thought we just agreed a page ago that shape is personal preference, so why is it the fault of the user if the mouse doesn't work for him/her? rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif
Mouse should not require effort to use. If you need to use force to hold the mouse the way you need, muscles will tense up, later on pain will kick in and then you will enjoy your very own RSI.
Shape is a personal preference but no one can stop you from forcing your self to use something that doesn't really feel comfortable. Deathgrips never work in your favor in the end.
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Mouse should not require effort to use. If you need to use force to hold the mouse the way you need, muscles will tense up, later on pain will kick in and then you will enjoy your very own RSI.
Shape is a personal preference but no one can stop you from forcing your self to use something that doesn't really feel comfortable. Deathgrips never work in your favor in the end.

I agree with what you said. I remember when I used the rival and deathadder I was squeezing the mouse as hard as possible to 'focus' shots. I always thought that was just my grip style. However after swapping to the g303 I can hold the mouse very gently in a full claw and be extremely accurate. I use to say that logitech had alien shapes (I still think they kind of do lol) but the g303 for full claw is perfect. So if you're gripping your mouse very hard then I hate to say it but that mouses shape probably isn't for you. Holding this mouse feels effortless
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rolleyes.gif I thought we just agreed a page ago that shape is personal preference, so why is it the fault of the user if the mouse doesn't work for him/her? rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif

Shape IS personal preference. You asked a redundant question. If the person continuously uses a shape that causes discomfort you don't blame the mouse. People experience pain and muster on with their products and their Play-Doh wrists give out then that's entirely on them.
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why is it the fault of the user if the mouse doesn't work for him/her? rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif

Just had to double quote the hilarity and seriousness of this. Mouse shape isn't working out for me => mouse is at fault. That line of reasoning is top shelf. biggrin.gif

DA shape never really worked out well for me, good to know I can blame the mouse. applaud.gif As opposed to say, my preferences don't favor that shape.
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Shape IS personal preference. You asked a redundant question. If the person continuously uses a shape that causes discomfort you don't blame the mouse. People experience pain and muster on with their products and their Play-Doh wrists give out then that's entirely on them.
Just had to double quote the hilarity and seriousness of this. Mouse shape isn't working out for me => mouse is at fault. That line of reasoning is top shelf. biggrin.gif

DA shape never really worked out well for me, good to know I can blame the mouse. applaud.gif As opposed to say, my preferences don't favor that shape.


Haven't you heard? its always the tool's fault when it doesn't do the job right, not the user.
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