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Do you guys think that G Pro is worth 30 dollars more than g303?

All about the shape.
Everything else is more or less the same, no big diff.
If you like the G303 shape, then why not.
Get it while you can if you like it, and stock up since you wont be able to get a new one soon biggrin.gif
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Do you guys think that G Pro is worth 30 dollars more than g303?

Objectively speaking: No. At the moment it is too expensive. Subjectively: *if* you really dig the shape - well yes if you can afford it. I myself just ordered the second one, because with new feet (hopefully there will be precut replacements from hyperglide soon) and the paracord mod this thing is the best mouse I have ever used. I don't use M3 ingame, so that is not an issue for me and the width of the scroll is very nice in my opinion.

But please do not expect a perfect mouse in terms of everything. Like mentioned objectively speaking it is too expensive. So do not expect to get the one mouse with zero perceived flaws. I say perceived flaws because the tolerance for insonsistencies differs from person to person. So most likely there will be a small difference between M1 and M2. At least it is likely they will sound different. This happens with a lot of mice, which are at a similar price point though. And M3, well if you use it ingame, I can't recommend this one.
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I would like the shape of the Pro more than the 303 for sure. How do you like your G Pro? Are the m1 and m2 not equal for you as well? What is your grip and hand size?

My M1/M2 are even (or even enough to the point where I notice no significant difference in them) but I'm not a fan of the side buttons or the middle mouse button since they're too stiff, the MMB and M4/M5 seem to get a little less stiff over time either through use or by getting used to them. My hand size is 17.8x8.8cm, using the Pro with a claw grip.
    
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I replaced the feet on my revel with hyperglide MS-3 (the WMO ones) and no dragging anymore. I did not sand anything.

I went ahead and ordered these just now, sorta tired of waiting for new official feet. How did you mount them? 2x2 in the corners, 3x3 with a center front and center back, or 2x3 with just a center back?

Edit: I see these are .8mm, a lot thicker than the stock feet. How much of a CPI decrease did you notice?
Edited by Demi9OD - 9/23/16 at 6:08am
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I went ahead and ordered these just now, sorta tired of waiting for new official feet. How did you mount them? 2x2 in the corners, 3x3 with a center front and center back, or 2x3 with just a center back?

Edit: I see these are .8mm, a lot thicker than the stock feet. How much of a CPI decrease did you notice?

2x2



I didn't measure CPI yet because I got maybe 3 hours of gaming time in the last fortnight :/
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That looks nice, thanks. I might try 2x3 with the back feet covering the screw holes. If there is any wobble I'll just remove that center rear foot.

I'll do CPI comparisons when mine come. Not sure how fast post is from Hyperglide (Canada?).

Edit: Bah, ships from Singapore. Should have just payed the extra $3 to get Amazon Prime.
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What does everyone think of the circle skate thing around the sensor? How does it affect glide/balance or performance?
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What does everyone think of the circle skate thing around the sensor? How does it affect glide/balance or performance?

I'm fine with the center feet on most of the mice I've seen using it. On this one here, it doesn't seem to make the glide worse.

I think it was on the G302 and the G402 where their weird center feet were made out of some crappy plastic. For those, that center skate idea was terrible. It was scratching on the mouse pad and the mouse felt a lot better after ripping them off. Then on the G303, things were fine as the center feet were made out of the same material as the outer feet.
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What does everyone think of the circle skate thing around the sensor? How does it affect glide/balance or performance?

It is supposed to keep the sensor position/angle stable to the surface. Idk it there is much too it. Supposedly, when you press down on the mouse on a soft cloth pad, the mouse gets pressed into the pad a bit. This then might lead to an uneven surface around the sensor. So, I assume that this piece is not needed at all on hard pads and its benefit on cloth is arguably undetectable.
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Anyone use HyperGlide skates on this mouse? I have skates for MS Explorer 3.0, 1.1 and 1.1SE but they look to be to big.
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