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I'm wondering if I should just get my G900 replaced. My clicks are extremely light and I'm constantly pressing RMB on accident. I used my G303 for almost a year and the clicks on it are perfect. This mouse is annoying me a lot though, whenever I make quick movements I almost always press RMB.

Please pay a visit to the local computer store, Best Buy, Microcenter, Frys, or whatever has a G900 in stock and make sure you try their unit first. You might be dealing with grip issues here. The G900 clicks are supposed to be light and fast. I have a G303 also. The G303 is lower profile than the g900 so it's MUCH HARDER to accidentally click anything. The Omron switches are the exact same so RMA'ing for switches won't do anything (unless you can verify you have a 1 in 1000 too light Omron switch).

If you're used to the G303, your grip you're using on the G900's bigger profile and larger hump might be causing you to accidentally press RMB. The G900 is more like the G502 than the G303.
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Please pay a visit to the local computer store, Best Buy, Microcenter, Frys, or whatever has a G900 in stock and make sure you try their unit first. You might be dealing with grip issues here. The G900 clicks are supposed to be light and fast. I have a G303 also. The G303 is lower profile than the g900 so it's MUCH HARDER to accidentally click anything. The Omron switches are the exact same so RMA'ing for switches won't do anything (unless you can verify you have a 1 in 1000 too light Omron switch).

If you're used to the G303, your grip you're using on the G900's bigger profile and larger hump might be causing you to accidentally press RMB. The G900 is more like the G502 than the G303.

You're probably right. I've only had the mouse for about a week so I'll keep using it and see if I can get used to it. Unfortunately I don't think there are any stores around here where I can go and try one out.
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You're probably right. I've only had the mouse for about a week so I'll keep using it and see if I can get used to it. Unfortunately I don't think there are any stores around here where I can go and try one out.

I just got my G900 out. (was experimenting with packing laptops and fightsticks in my new bago duffel bag/backpack).
The g900 buttons extend much farther upwards (relative to the bottom of the mouse) than the G303. Best way to describe it would be the G303 looking like a VERY aerodynamic car (with a topside opening door, think of something from Star Trek or Star Wars), or an aerodynamic speedboat, while the G900 is more like a peanut--or a "typical" sports racecar. The G900 buttons are at the height of the mouse, matching the height of the backside.

My fingers make contact with the G900 buttons easier than the G303, due to the buttons being humped upwards. But I find the button presses more firm on the g900 than the G303, assuming the same pressure is used. You don't find this ? I can't accidentally press the g900 RMB at all.

However on the G303, my fingers make equal contact with the buttons and back since it's basically fully flat. On the G502, the fingers touch only the buttons and make no contact with the back of the mouse at all. Only the back of my palm touches that.
Edited by Falkentyne - 6/13/16 at 6:50pm
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I just got my G900 out. (was experimenting with packing laptops and fightsticks in my new bago duffel bag/backpack).
The g900 buttons extend much farther upwards (relative to the bottom of the mouse) than the G303. Best way to describe it would be the G303 looking like a VERY aerodynamic car (with a topside opening door, think of something from Star Trek or Star Wars), or an aerodynamic speedboat, while the G900 is more like a peanut--or a "typical" sports racecar. The G900 buttons are at the height of the mouse, matching the height of the backside.

My fingers make contact with the G900 buttons easier than the G303, due to the buttons being humped upwards. But I find the button presses more firm on the g900 than the G303, assuming the same pressure is used. You don't find this ? I can't accidentally press the g900 RMB at all.

However on the G303, my fingers make equal contact with the buttons and back since it's basically fully flat. On the G502, the fingers touch only the buttons and make no contact with the back of the mouse at all. Only the back of my palm touches that.

Have both the mice out right now, after going back and forth between the two they feel pretty close but I would say my G900 has slightly lighter clicks than my G303. I think you are correct about the shape being my problem and not the switches though. The clicks on my G303 just feel way better, they also dont wobble around like on the G900.
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In that case, you can try a RMA. I would have expected the g900 clicks to be firmer since it's newer and my G303 is worn down. In that case yes, try to RMA it.
Edited by Falkentyne - 6/14/16 at 12:11am
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How do you grip it? Alhough the switches are supposed to be very light, my hand is really cramping up when click-spamming (espeacially right-click). Diablo, age of Empires 2 or Mobas are a no-go.





It gets better wen using a wrist rest, but that decreases contol and is still not optimal. Even the cheap 1 EUR Rapoo mouse you can see in the back is easier to spam-click as is my Diamondback. The switches used there have a more bouncy-feeling which makes it easier to press them again.



Is it possbile to replace the swtiches without too much hassle?
Edited by ColinMacLaren - 6/14/16 at 12:52am
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Is it possbile to repance the swtiches without too much hassle?

The cramping is likely due to how high the buttons are. Explains why the elevated position from a wrist rest helps. Lighter buttons likely won't do much since you still have to use the same method pressing down, which is likely because the fingers are stuck in a tensed phase due to the high front of the mouse. Personally wish the mouse had a steeper slope.
Edited by end0rphine - 6/14/16 at 12:19am
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Yeah. I have VERY long, thin hands, so I have no problem with the G900. I love it. The G303 is comfortable but it's just too small

But again to the above poster: if your G900 clicks aren't firm and are lighter than the G303 clicks, then I would consider a RMA. Contact Logitech and talk to them on the phone and open up a support ticket.
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post #1659 of 2273
I use a palm grip and I don't have any problems with cramping. I just misclick all the time. I can definitely spam click much faster on the G303 though.
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im starting to not like how the buttons wiggle left and right, everything else seems good though.
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