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Originally Posted by Fragil1ty View Post

They're not totally different, they're similar, but thank you. I'll bear this in mind.
I heard that the Revel had some minor issues, mainly w/ performance due to sensor implementation, mushy left and right buttons also? Was this apparent on within your model?

With the new firmware MCU smoothing has been turned off, not that I could personally tell a difference one way or another. There are reports of the shell catching on the button separator, making the buttons sticky. Mine however does not exhibit this at all.
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They're not totally different, they're similar, but thank you. I'll bear this in mind.

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I also think they are pretty different shapes.

I think the other details about the two mice don't really matter for the decision.
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With the new firmware MCU smoothing has been turned off, not that I could personally tell a difference one way or another. There are reports of the shell catching on the button separator, making the buttons sticky. Mine however does not exhibit this at all.

A worthwhile mouse then? I just don't want to wait any longer for a new mouse, it's just becoming a little absurd now. I did like the look of the black Niexus Revel, but I was just a little unsure about the whole thing.
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The Revel is just a Steelseries Sensei with a PMW3360.

It's closer to the Kana then the Sensei:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1611022/replacement-for-kana-v2/10#post_25510476
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Hi everyone, I have a question maybe someone can answer -

It seems there's some mixed response as to the side texture of the G Pro. Some say it is slick or slippery, others say semi-abrasive. Obviously, textures are very subjective.

My question is, is the side texture like that of the G3?


Thanks!
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Is this mouse good for fingertip users?
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Is this mouse good for fingertip users?


There are many photos of this mouse side by side with the G100, G3 and others of the classic Logitech Optical shape. That said, it is a smaller mouse compared to most out there in the market - and a good choice for finger tip. There's smaller mice, but not with these features.
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Is this mouse good for fingertip users?

I'd say it caters more towards full claw/fingertip and small hand users

If your hand is big like 19cm or more - it is usable in those grips but you may be better off with the 403 - which fits me WAY better (I have big hands) and made a huge difference in overall consistency/comfort
post #2089 of 3545
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Originally Posted by Fragil1ty View Post

A worthwhile mouse then? I just don't want to wait any longer for a new mouse, it's just becoming a little absurd now. I did like the look of the black Niexus Revel, but I was just a little unsure about the whole thing.

Absolutely, I love it. Order it from Amazon, if you get sticky buttons an exchange is easy. I prefer glossy mice so I can't comment on the rubber one, but in any case we should be discussing it in a Revel thread.
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Originally Posted by raisethe3 View Post

Is this mouse good for fingertip users?

I'd say it caters more towards full claw/fingertip and small hand users

If your hand is big like 19cm or more - it is usable in those grips but you may be better off with the 403 - which fits me WAY better (I have big hands) and made a huge difference in overall consistency/comfort

I think its personal.
With my 19x10 hands the G403 is just to big.
Maybe if it was thinner it would fit me better, but it's just to bulky/fat to grip for me.
Deathadder, G400 etc way to big.

But then again G pro is also slightly to small for me to grip comfortably with the sloped slippery sides.

Whats your hand size? Since you find the G403 a perfect fit for you.
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