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Anyone else get cramping with their pinky finger from this mouse? I really want to love this mouse, but the cramping hasn't gone away. When I switch back to the G100s the cramping goes away and I aim better as well. redface.gif

Yup. It's because the butt of the mouse with the slant is too narrow for my pinkie. The tip of my pinkie is around the location of the Logitech G text on the sticker. G100s isn't as narrow, feels more bulky overall and doesn't cramp my hand.
post #1892 of 3549
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Originally Posted by jsx3 View Post

This is probably the best advice. Regardless of how terrible certain hardware implementations are, some mice just work so well because design and ergonomics fitting an individual.


Vanilla Sensei for example has terrible firmware and implementation compared to Logitech's original G500, but design and ergonomics sorta outweigh the tracking errors (beyond inherit variance).
hmm. I don't cramp with any of the Logitech Egg shapes, but the 303 is a nightmare for me after long sessions. Can't mess with Zowie products either simply because they don't fit me.

I think i remember reading your comment in another new Logi mice thread that you didn't use both G Pro/G403 because of the shapes and preferences. What is personally working for you? It' ain't Zowie either, so i'm kinda curious.
post #1893 of 3549
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Originally Posted by 3Shells View Post

Anyone else get cramping with their pinky finger from this mouse? I really want to love this mouse, but the cramping hasn't gone away. When I switch back to the G100s the cramping goes away and I aim better as well. redface.gif
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After 12 days with the G Pro my hand still hurts when I use it, never had that problem with the original MX300 or G3 shape. The KPM on the other hand I can use for hours and it never hurts and I also play better with it...
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I actually felt much more in control with the 303 shape because of how the sides were angled. The curve of the shape on the pro forces me to use far too much pressure to hold it and I still lack some control sadly.
post #1895 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Saint Chewy View Post

How long does it normally take to adjust to a new mouse? I have been using the G502 since it came out and couldnt wait to get the G Pro. I received it Friday from amazon and noticed that I am misclicking the right mouse button a awfully lot and that fingers seem more fatigued when using this mouse. More specifically my knuckles I love the shape and it does feel great in my hand and I love that it doesnt feel like I am moving a brick. I am hoping that there is just a breaking in period. I dont want to send this little guy back.

Try going from a G9/G9x for 9 years. biggrin.gif I also missclick RMB alot but it's getting better, I guess going from a more flat shape my hand now needs to learn to be a bit more arched upwards. RMB is also slightly more sensitive for some reason, but it seems it might be designed like this, several others report the same thing. The click sound on RMB is a bit lighter than LMB, and if I check my Razer Diamondback it's very similar.
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post #1896 of 3549
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After 12 days with the G Pro my hand still hurts when I use it, never had that problem with the original MX300 or G3 shape. The KPM on the other hand I can use for hours and it never hurts and I also play better with it...
dont make me nervous -I have a g3 since 10 years - waiting for the g pro. I ve tested g303 1 day and my ringfinger felt like broken after it.
post #1897 of 3549
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dont make me nervous -I have a g3 since 10 years - waiting for the g pro. I ve tested g303 1 day and my ringfinger felt like broken after it.

The G3 is my all time favorite shape! If it just had a better sensor. I also played the G303 for awhile and I remember having lots of problems with my hand hurting but after some weeks it eventually got better. It would probably be the same if I continued to play the G Pro but why go through the pain when I perform better with the KPM anyway.
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dont make me nervous -I have a g3 since 10 years - waiting for the g pro. I ve tested g303 1 day and my ringfinger felt like broken after it.
I got carpal tunnel syndrome with the G303, but G Pro felt right at home. It's fine.
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Took it out of the box some more, to see if I could get used to the shape, It does feel better now.
Guess I will try and get a replacement to see how the buttons are. Because that makes the mouse super garbage right now, the M1 button feels soooo bad.

Hard to see how you perform with a mouse that is defective (well to me at least)
post #1900 of 3549
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Took it out of the box some more, to see if I could get used to the shape, It does feel better now.
Guess I will try and get a replacement to see how the buttons are. Because that makes the mouse super garbage right now, the M1 button feels soooo bad.

Hard to see how you perform with a mouse that is defective (well to me at least)

Instead of just posting in this thread about how bad your copy of the G Pro is you could instead get a refund/return it for a new copy and save yourself money/time.
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