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Originally Posted by e4stw00t View Post

Out of the people that got their hands on both could you give me an idea how the Pro's braided cable compares to the G403's?
I dislike the 502's and 303's huge ass cables that noticably drag but was plesently suprised on the G403 ones. Think of all the braided cables I came across so far it's the least annyoing one - seems Logitech slimmed down the cable diameter.

Is the Pro's in line with that development or more comparable to the ones they used in previous mice like the above mentioned ones?

Should be getting my G Pro from UPS in 1-2 hours and then I'll make a comparison to my G403.
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Great - thank you in advance!
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For me the cable on the G Pro is the same as on the G403. But it feels even worse because the G Pro is smaller and lighter.
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Ah okay - then I will pull the trigger on the Pro - I will probably never love braided cables but the 403's version felt improved over the ones they used before (G303 probably being the worst I experienced so far - the small form factor and lower weight made it that much worse in comparison to the G502).
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Yup, it's definitely better than on the last releases. But in my opinion still a joke...
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G Pro finally arrived. The box was completely undamaged unlike the box for my G403 and there were only one big seal on the bottom this time instead of two big seals. The overall quality feels good and I like the materials. I wish it had rubberized sides like the G403 though. There's no scroll wheel wobble and no lens rattle. If I shake the mouse in the air I can't hear a thing. This is the only mouse I currently own that doesn't make a sound if I shake it. Good job Logitech, I finally got a mouse that doesn't have any quality control issues. Mouse 1 and Mouse 2 feels completely identical but I'm sure there's some minor variance that I'm too stupid to notice. They're both very easy to click and require very little force to actuate and I haven't accidentally clicked either yet so luckily I don't have that issue. Side buttons are alright but I definitely prefer the side buttons on the G403. Mouse feet are again alright. Mouse cable is the same as the G403 but it feels much worse on the G Pro because of the lower weight.

In the end the G Pro feels like a good mouse but I need some more time to decide whether or not I want to use it or the G403.
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Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

G Pro finally arrived. The box was completely undamaged unlike the box for my G403 and there were only one big seal on the bottom this time instead of two big seals. The overall quality feels good and I like the materials. I wish it had rubberized sides like the G403 though. There's no scroll wheel wobble and no lens rattle. If I shake the mouse in the air I can't hear a thing. This is the only mouse I currently own that doesn't make a sound if I shake it. Good job Logitech, I finally got a mouse that doesn't have any quality control issues. Mouse 1 and Mouse 2 feels completely identical but I'm sure there's some minor variance that I'm too stupid to notice. They're both very easy to click and require very little force to actuate and I haven't accidentally clicked either yet so luckily I don't have that issue. Side buttons are alright but I definitely prefer the side buttons on the G403. Mouse feet are again alright. Mouse cable is the same as the G403 but it feels much worse on the G Pro because of the lower weight.

In the end the G Pro feels like a good mouse but I need some more time to decide whether or not I want to use it or the G403.

I'm really OCD about how my cable is as I really hate any weight and feeling from it dragging, my G Pro should arrive in a hour or so. I guess the next step is comparing bungee setups and what's most efficient at reducing the drag sensation on a 45cm mousepad
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Originally Posted by StillBlaze View Post

I'm really OCD about how my cable is as I really hate any weight and feeling from it dragging, my G Pro should arrive in a hour or so. I guess the next step is comparing bungee setups and what's most efficient at reducing the drag sensation on a 45cm mousepad

I think the only way to fix this cable issue is to completely replace it with a paracord/rubber cable.
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Originally Posted by StillBlaze View Post

I'm really OCD about how my cable is as I really hate any weight and feeling from it dragging, my G Pro should arrive in a hour or so. I guess the next step is comparing bungee setups and what's most efficient at reducing the drag sensation on a 45cm mousepad
That's why I use the G403 wireless as my main atm. We have a little discussion about this topic in the G403 thread just now. :^)
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I feel that my aim is better with the G Pro even though I think the G403 is way more comfortable. Weird.
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