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post #2001 of 3549
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Originally Posted by thompax View Post

Thats it! how do i remove the braiding? any good video out there?
i cant imagine wy they choosed a braided cable for a pro mouse especially when this chris pate is an esport fan.. what the hell.. frown.gif

Because they still need to cater to casual people who buy mice for the looks. And most people think a braided cable is of higher quality.


Get some nail cutting scissors and start cutting very carefully. That is pretty much all.
post #2002 of 3549
Saw someone post yesterday that Amazon is finally shipping and today I woke up to this:

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Can't wait to try it out!

Also, what's the problem with the braided cable? Is it creating too much friction/drag when you move the mouse? Does removing the braid fix it?
post #2003 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Nekrono View Post

Saw someone post yesterday that Amazon is finally shipping and today I woke up to this:

habc.png

Can't wait to try it out!

Also, what's the problem with the braided cable? Is it creating too much friction/drag when you move the mouse? Does removing the braid fix it?
The best thing about this post is you ordered it from AMAZON. You saved yourself from potentially so-so customer support from Logitech. Sad, but true.
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Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH View Post

It is hard to just bump the 303 simply because you love it. lol, you have issues with pain in the hand when using it for a long time no? I'd say drop it A$AP like Rocky.
I seem to play my best using a G303 and yes, after 40+ minutes, my hand starts to cramp. My 1st copy of the G Pro felt like an upgrade to the G303 (took a little getting used to gripping it though) but it had an M2 double clicking issue that I successfully returned to Logitech. I seem to have the luck of "2nd one is a charm". So I ordered another G Pro (this time via Amazon) and I'll get it next Tuesday. My Revel on the other hand will require a little tampering with sandpaper, unfortunately.
post #2004 of 3549
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

The best thing about this post is you ordered it from AMAZON. You saved yourself from potentially so-so customer support from Logitech. Sad, but true.
I seem to play my best using a G303 and yes, after 40+ minutes, my hand starts to cramp. My 1st copy of the G Pro felt like an upgrade to the G303 (took a little getting used to gripping it though) but it had an M2 double clicking issue that I successfully returned to Logitech. I seem to have the luck of "2nd one is a charm". So I ordered another G Pro (this time via Amazon) and I'll get it next Tuesday. My Revel on the other hand will require a little tampering with sandpaper, unfortunately.

Drop the 303 now, I don't wanna hear about anymore hand issues from it. 40 minutes is a warm up and your hand is done, let her go.

I was wondering how long that Revel would last you until you had some type of issue. lol
post #2005 of 3549
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

My Revel on the other hand will require a little tampering with sandpaper, unfortunately.
I sanded the bottom of mine completely (while assembled) and I still couldn't get it flat... even using the same hotlinegames feet (never tried anything better) and it still dragged... defeated I went back to my g100s only to see g pro foretold
post #2006 of 3549
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I sanded the bottom of mine completely (while assembled) and I still couldn't get it flat... even using the same hotlinegames feet (never tried anything better) and it still dragged... defeated I went back to my g100s only to see g pro foretold

Cable drag? Unbraid cable or replace it.
post #2007 of 3549
has anyone seen the g pro at retail sores like Best Buy yet?
    
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post #2008 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Gorgatron View Post

has anyone seen the g pro at retail sores like Best Buy yet?

Won't be in retail stores for a bit.
post #2009 of 3549
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

The best thing about this post is you ordered it from AMAZON. You saved yourself from potentially so-so customer support from Logitech. Sad, but true.
I seem to play my best using a G303 and yes, after 40+ minutes, my hand starts to cramp. My 1st copy of the G Pro felt like an upgrade to the G303 (took a little getting used to gripping it though) but it had an M2 double clicking issue that I successfully returned to Logitech. I seem to have the luck of "2nd one is a charm". So I ordered another G Pro (this time via Amazon) and I'll get it next Tuesday. My Revel on the other hand will require a little tampering with sandpaper, unfortunately.

I had cramping and pain ect on my ZA13, the solution was to not squeeze the mouse to death or use another grip style.
post #2010 of 3549
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Originally Posted by StillBlaze View Post

I had cramping and pain ect on my ZA13, the solution was to not squeeze the mouse to death or use another grip style.

Most pain/cramping could be down to people simply squeezing the mouse. If the coating or shape was good they wouldn't have to squeeze until they develop fatigue/cramping/pain.

I used to get hand fatigue because I had to squeeze mice that have bad coatings. I started to use clear tape on the contact areas to stop me from having to squeeze the mouse. Most shapes are not very good for me, therefore the coating is very important. The G100s was irritating my finger -- even with the weight removed -- until I put tape on it.
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