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I've been using g pro for the past week but still i can't find a good grip on it. Flicking is good, fast and accurate, while i just can't do tracing well - seems every time I tend to apply excessive power in controlling it which actually makes it harder to control...My hand is 19*10 and coming from ZA13. Anyone else is having similar problem?

I've been using the G Pro for the past few days. I'm also a ZA13 user. I can manage to flick and track targets well, I just can't get used to the width of the mouse. It's too wide for me. It also feels much heavier than what it's weight spec indicates.

LMB/RMB are identical on my copy but are way too light for me. They don't seem to snap back once I start to release the button. It's weird, the buttons on my G303 feel way better.

Oh well, time to return it.
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I've been using the G Pro for the past few days. I'm also a ZA13 user. I can manage to flick and track targets well, I just can't get used to the width of the mouse. It's too wide for me. It also feels much heavier than what it's weight spec indicates.

LMB/RMB are identical on my copy but are way too light for me. They don't seem to snap back once I start to release the button. It's weird, the buttons on my G303 feel way better.

Oh well, time to return it.

If you've ever owned a Kinzu, is the ZA13 comparable at all?
    
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post #2103 of 3580
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Originally Posted by miranavoo View Post

I've been using g pro for the past week but still i can't find a good grip on it. Flicking is good, fast and accurate, while i just can't do tracing well - seems every time I tend to apply excessive power in controlling it which actually makes it harder to control...My hand is 19*10 and coming from ZA13. Anyone else is having similar problem?

I've been using the G Pro for the past few days. I'm also a ZA13 user. I can manage to flick and track targets well, I just can't get used to the width of the mouse. It's too wide for me. It also feels much heavier than what it's weight spec indicates.

LMB/RMB are identical on my copy but are way too light for me. They don't seem to snap back once I start to release the button. It's weird, the buttons on my G303 feel way better.

Oh well, time to return it.

To wide?
The ZA13 is 58mm at the smallest grip, the G pro is less then that, its also even more narrow due to the slopes compared to ZA series.
I also tried the ZA13, it felt wider to grip for me, due to the straighter sides.

I had trouble with G pro just because it was to narrow especially wit the sloping sides and slippery plastic.
Coming from a Zowie I think all omron feel too light, however I did experience the snapping back of the buttons fast with my G pro.
For example when aiming with Hanzo in OW, you hold down the LMB, then release and immediately press and hold the button.
It was good enough for jitter clicking, but something with the holding down -> release -> hold down felt off.
Might be the G pro specific, because the G403 did not feel like that.

Even the RMB felt that way on G pro (my LMB was a bit weird)
post #2104 of 3580
Just got my G Pro today - Amazon germany shipping.
Gonna test / compare with my WMO + G303.
Looking forward to it!
post #2105 of 3580
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If you've ever owned a Kinzu, is the ZA13 comparable at all?

Much narrower but a tad longer. Prefer the width of the Kinzu
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Originally Posted by biochem View Post

Just got my G Pro today - Amazon germany shipping.
Gonna test / compare with my WMO + G303.
Looking forward to it!

You're so lucky. I've got to wait until 4th October here in England, pathetic.
post #2107 of 3580
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

Mine was fine in that regard, only trouble I had was that the lower end was scratching a bit on my pad. I put hyperglides on it and now it's fine. Only thing now is that the LOD is so low that I sometimes accidentally cancel tracking trough tilting slightly. Probably would take 0.6mm skates next.
It has the same dimensions as my sensei raw, so why rather a Kana replacement?

Yeah I don't think I'll stick these IE 3.0 .8mm Hyperglides on now. The DM1 Pro S LOD was a little too low for me too. I can deal with the slight scratching sound when pulling the mouse down, the affect on drag is too minimal to be worth ruining stock feet.
post #2108 of 3580
Tried out my old G900 again with Hotline Games feet just for fun and it really put into perspective how bad the stock mousefeet on the G Pro are. No scratching sound whatsoever and the glide feels perfect. It's almost so bad that I want to use the G900 instead until Hotline Games release their feet for the G Pro lol.
post #2109 of 3580
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Originally Posted by Brigand253 View Post

I've been using the G Pro for the past few days. I'm also a ZA13 user. I can manage to flick and track targets well, I just can't get used to the width of the mouse. It's too wide for me. It also feels much heavier than what it's weight spec indicates.

LMB/RMB are identical on my copy but are way too light for me. They don't seem to snap back once I start to release the button. It's weird, the buttons on my G303 feel way better.

Oh well, time to return it.

If you've ever owned a Kinzu, is the ZA13 comparable at all?

Unfortunate that's a mouse that I've never owned. But I would love to see it get a refresh.
post #2110 of 3580
Hey guys I'm wondering do you just message Ceesa in a PM or something to buy a cable? I googled and searched the boards for a specific thread but could not find any.

Thanjs
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