Originally Posted by Huzzaa
I just got one that has M1 super sensitive and less clicky than M2.
So yeah, but it's tolerable this time. The G900 is a different story.
Kind of still confirming that stuff just either arrives gimped or gimped stuff are literally sent to this part of the world.
Of all the mice where I can name defective units or minor defections on them, I have over like 40% of what I've purchased. I've owned like over 15 in the latter 3 years.
This goes for keyboards too, I have 2 CM QFK TKs. The first one has a noticeable difference between the key 'a' and key 'd'.
But truthfully, so far, I love it. The G900 was bulkier and I need to get used to this one so I will hold my final verdicts off for now.
Well, played with it for 2 days now and it's clear.
Unit is defective. M1 is mushy. I'll be requesting a replacement of another Pro and 403 to my defective G900 and will have to see(If I get it that way) of how the 2nd piece will be like.
Performance wise, it's a beast.
I am a lil' unfcomfortable still because the front feels a bit low for me and pulling the mouse towards myself on the pad seems to be problematic at times, I miss my mark on stuff that is just a tad lower on the screen.
Everything else, perfect. Skill in games, 10/10. I love this mouse so far. It just, has a tougher to feel M1, is all... My unit.
I'll be opening a ticket to replace it on monday. But so far, no real issues.
Bought the G403 as well to try that out, maybe it's even better, ~5-7g difference shouldn't be a gamechanger and if it suits me better, I'll probably be using it.
My verdict so far though about the G Pro. Perfect. Shape is always subjective so be aware buyers.