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overclock really became a lot less enjoyable to visit since people started hanging on logitech's nutsack. guess getting those early versions to test is more important than calling things bull when they are.
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The sideways movement was stated to be a design decision. Having the buttons fit more snug would increase friction. Similar to how pistols have some movement between the slide and the frame.

That's neat and all, but I can say without a doubt after having two of these myself and checking another that the up/down and side/side looseness is not consistent from mouse to mouse. Of course it's not enough of a sample size to say much, but first one was tight left/loose right, second one I have now is loose left/tight right, friends copy both of his buttons are relatively stable but all still have M1/M2 buttons that lift above actuation point which isn't a good design imo, especially for spam clicks. Consistent return would be much better.

In any case I'm not slamming the mouse for this reason, I just think there are better options if MOBA is your main game type. For FPS the buttons are fine.
Edited by frunction - 6/1/16 at 3:14pm
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Thinking of something like this for a pinky rest.
https://www.amazon.com/Mouse-Blister-Ultimate-Grips-Color/dp/B002KBV2B8?ie=UTF8&*Version*=1&*entries*=0

Are there more (better) options for adding a little bit to the right side of the mouse? Looking for something to add a some bulk to the right side, not just grip tape.

Maybe some sugru?
https://sugru.com/gallery/add-ergonomic-grips-to-your-mouse
Edited by frunction - 6/1/16 at 3:22pm
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I agree about the fact that someone's opinion does not suit everyone.

However, seeing so many reports that the buttons are quite hard to press... It makes it not very suitable for MOBAs.

Thats my only concern. The buttons. I spam click a lot.

What I can say by trying it out in store is, some might have faulty units or some people should start training their finger/hand muscles.

Best way is to try it yourself smile.gif
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overclock really became a lot less enjoyable to visit since people started hanging on logitech's nutsack. guess getting those early versions to test is more important than calling things bull when they are.

What are you referring to?
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overclock really became a lot less enjoyable to visit since people started hanging on logitech's nutsack. guess getting those early versions to test is more important than calling things bull when they are.
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What are you referring to?

I'd like to know too
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That's neat and all, but I can say without a doubt after having two of these myself and checking another that the up/down and side/side looseness is not consistent from mouse to mouse. Of course it's not enough of a sample size to say much, but first one was tight left/loose right, second one I have now is loose left/tight right, friends copy both of his buttons are relatively stable but all still have M1/M2 buttons that lift above actuation point which isn't a good design imo, especially for spam clicks. Consistent return would be much better.

In any case I'm not slamming the mouse for this reason, I just think there are better options if MOBA is your main game type. For FPS the buttons are fine.

I play LoL exclusively (tons of spam right clicking) what is a good mouse(s) that you would suggest that clicks easily and easy to spam? Thank you. I have the G303 now and love the click but the shape is ehh.
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I'v been using this mouse for 2 weeks now...and i'm really impressed, except that I would have liked lower profiled main buttons...

but just to know...why some here use it wired, even if wirelessly it doesn't lag at all?
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I'v been using this mouse for 2 weeks now...and i'm really impressed, except that I would have liked lower profiled main buttons...

but just to know...why some here use it wired, even if wirelessly it doesn't lag at all?

They remove the battery to make it lighter
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Originally Posted by Blashyrkh View Post

I'v been using this mouse for 2 weeks now...and i'm really impressed, except that I would have liked lower profiled main buttons...

but just to know...why some here use it wired, even if wirelessly it doesn't lag at all?

weight balance gets shifted more to the center/top, which some people prefer over the butt-heavy battery-wireless version.
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