I've been lurking around this forum since a while.
Finally I've got a question myself which wasn't mentioned earlier. *One of us, one of us, one of us*
The question is not only about the G-Pro sensor but also about the G302 sonsor and G303 sensor.
At the moment I'm having all mentioned mice at home. My question is about the sensor DPI speed. Lets get started:
My reqular mouse is the G302, I wanted to get a new one since the feet have worn off. I decided to grab a G303 somewhat like two or three months ago. The G303 felt weird in comparison to the G302 (The sensor didn't rattle! It was the first thing i checked when after unboxing!). I'm doing exact 360° from the left to the right of my qck with a sensitivity of 2.15 in CSGO at 400 DPI with my G302. I tried the same on the G303 but it stopped somewhat like 90% of the way. That made me return the G303 once. I tried out a few other mice and realized that they were the same as the G303. I decided to get the G303 back again and now it comes:
The sensor of my second G303 rattles BUT it gives me the exact same movement as the G302 does! I do a 360° at 400 DPI and 2.15 ingame in CS!
But im going to return it, since it rattles... I thought that the G Pro might have the same "speed" as the G302, unfortunately its the same speed as the non-rattling G303...
Im kind of frustrated at the moment... Did logitech lift the sensor to achieve a lower LOD? Does a lifted sensor actually lower the actual pointerspeed?
Hopefully someone can help me since I really dont know what to do... I dont want to buy the G302 again... :'(
Thanks in advance!
(Sorry for my very poor english... I'm nopt a native speaker