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post #1711 of 3547
It's not a big deal but does anyone else notice how loud the clicks are? They are significantly louder than any other mouse I own including FK Huanos and the G303 clicks are whisper quiet in comparison.
post #1712 of 3547
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Originally Posted by xmr1 View Post

It's not a big deal but does anyone else notice how loud the clicks are? They are significantly louder than any other mouse I own including FK Huanos and the G303 clicks are whisper quiet in comparison.

Yeah they're pretty loud. Reminds me of my G900 because it also had loud clicks.
post #1713 of 3547
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Originally Posted by Tarinth View Post

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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Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

I think the only way to fix this cable issue is to completely replace it with a paracord/rubber cable.

This method works near flawless on ZA13 / G100s cable, i know what you mean about weight and cable weight as Deathadders cable dosnt hurt it at all. Will see if the braided cable will be strong enough to support itself from the bungee and give me a giant loop, i can move 30cm before the spring in bungee starts to bend.

http://imgur.com/o9mpsRW
post #1714 of 3547
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Originally Posted by StillBlaze 
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you and me bro, you and me. thumb.gif
from the G403 thread (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by Tarinth View Post

I don't see any cable management that wouldn't bother me...
I'm surprised so many of you can stand this. Seems like even here im special. biggrin.gif

I already posted mine, but here again:



The cable doesn't touch the "ground" with my 30cm/360.
Methods where the cable drags are just not for me. My Method works perfectly when the cable is a bit stiff and light (so basically with all cable but the Logitech bull**** ^^).

Edited by Tarinth - 9/14/16 at 4:35am
post #1715 of 3547
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Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

I feel that my aim is better with the G Pro even though I think the G403 is way more comfortable. Weird.

Exactly like I felt about the G403 and the G Pro.
post #1716 of 3547
The mouse isnt the problem. You are the problem.
post #1717 of 3547
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Originally Posted by yuhfimi View Post

The mouse isnt the problem. You are the problem.

???

What are you even talking about.
post #1718 of 3547
Damn these skatez are so horrible on my GTF-X, scratching deluxe, no smooth glide at all.
Friction is low still but the smooth feel is not there with these skatez.

Go tiger or hotline, make some skatez soon biggrin.gif
post #1719 of 3547
still an upgrade over the previous lot i had on my 502 402 and 303!

The 303 were the worst in shape and glade bulging out in the middle.

The 502 i replaced almost immediately because of the horrid pointy shapes causing too much drag.

The 402s were actually quite fine and worked until randomly one of the larger side pads just up and literally fell off mid casual match.

I havent liked logitechs feet for a while be it their shapes their asymmetrical pad layout and asymmetrical shapes even if they are on all sides and especially pointy shapes which cause them to catch and whatever PTFE and adhesive formulation theyve gone to since the MX500 days.

Examples of asymmetrical layouts would be the MX518 v1 and v2 400(s) G5 G500 and the G502 where they just had a foot completely missing on one side causing tilting issues or if they did have a foot (mx518 v1) it was a single undersized foot and was an asymmetrical layout. Logitech just has been bad at it for some time.

They should some promise with the 402 where they actually had roughly even shapes opposite each other and at least on all four sizes I was happy they at least went with a diamond around the sensor I always preferred a circle around the sensor.

Which is why I was immediately happy when i saw the feet of the Pro it was almost exactly how i wouldve told them to do the feet. These are the best stock Logitech feet in a long time and in my experience of buying their mice as far as what ive purchased from them. Still though i wish they were flatter and didnt bulge in the middle as much as they do but regardless a huge huge improvement over their previous stuff.
post #1720 of 3547
is there a reason this thing is 70 dollars
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