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Originally Posted by LLabwons View Post

Anyone remember when the G303 dropped in price? I really want to try G Pro out, but 70 bucks without shipping or tax is too rich for my blood. Ideally, I'd like it to be around where the G303 is now - around 40$ on amazon.
Isn't it hard to believe that Logitech STILL sells the G303 at full price for $69.99 USD? The only places you'll see a price drop are most likely at Best Buy, Amazon or outside retailer. If there's going to be a drop on the G Pro, you can bet top dollar Logitech will NOT drop the price on their site.
post #2142 of 3553
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

Isn't it hard to believe that Logitech STILL sells the G303 at full price for $69.99 USD? The only places you'll see a price drop are most likely at Best Buy, Amazon or outside retailer. If there's going to be a drop on the G Pro, you can bet top dollar Logitech will NOT drop the price on their site.

I suppose my post could have benefited from some more exacting language - I did mean to ask when the price of the mouse would decrease for 3rd party retailers - and yes, I feel bad for anyone who would still pay 70 dollars for a G303 haha.
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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.

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)

Yeah, for some reason it felt too wide where I grip it. I compared G Pro base to base with a ZA13 and it is maybe a millimeter thinner but flairs out a bit to crests the sloped sides \_/. I looked at it closely and that's the part I can't hold.

It also feels dense, maybe because that 83g of weight is in such a small package.

I really wanted to like this mouse and I'm happy for everyone that find this mouse to be perfect for now.

Maybe it's my copy but M1 and M2 aren't great, and while I never loved the shape of the G303, it's more comfortable for me. My G303 has a better feeling M1 and M2. Again, that might be my copy. Maybe others can confirm.
post #2144 of 3553
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I don't know. The shape should be a pretty safe choice for a lot of different people. I was just thinking about what could maybe go wrong. You could buy it somewhere like Amazon where you know you can send it back no problem if it's not good.

The mouse basically uses a normal small Logitech shape. There's a lot of simple mice that are all kind of related in their shapes and you might know this type of shape from somewhere already. I think Logitech was the one who built mice for Dell at some point for example.

I have never used Logitech mouse before. I've used the standard Dell mouse before. I have also used the Microsoft Mouse (USB Wired Optical), and the Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 6000 before. Its was okay for me, except the Laser which worked well till it started to malfunction after a few years. So I guess that should be telling?

Otherwise, like you said, I just need to go to a local store and see if they have one so that I can compare and try what works for me.

My options are either:

Logitech G Pro
Logitech G403
Logitech G303

Either one of these gotta be the one for me. I just don't know which. Right now I am on this crappy GearHead USB Mouse Model GH100406A. Its terrible, I'll tell you. The mouse cursor moves even when I didn't move the mouse at all. The scroll wheels automatically scrolls itself from time to time which I did not hit the scroll wheel button. So annoying.
post #2145 of 3553
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Originally Posted by raisethe3 View Post

My options are either:

Logitech G Pro
Logitech G403
Logitech G303

If I was you get all three mice. That way you can try each one at your leisure.

Because you are in the US then it would be far easier to return the ones you don't like. Simple decision in which most of us around the world would like to share in this experience.

Have the G303 which to me is an abortion gone wild, but eventually I shall get rid of it in time.

G403 is ordered and coming my way but the G Pro, is yet to be seen here in Convict Town.
post #2146 of 3553
I just picked up the G Pro and the G403 from Frys. They have the Pro, G403 and G403 wireless in stock at my local frys.
The G pro is awesome!!! so much better than the G303 I was using. The shape is perfect. the clicks are light but not that much lighter than the G303. The G403 clicks are a tad heavier. Clicking the scroll wheel in is kinda heavy but it's not a big deal to me. My pro is perfectly solid and works great. The G403 I got does make a noise when you scroll up. But the wheel isnt loose or rattling. The hump was to big for me on the G403. I used the death adder 3.5 before the G303 and its a bigger hump than the DA. Its more inline with mx518/G500 style palm grip. I will be sticking with the Pro for a long time. To me it's the perfect mouse.
post #2147 of 3553
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If I was you get all three mice. That way you can try each one at your leisure.

Because you are in the US then it would be far easier to return the ones you don't like. Simple decision in which most of us around the world would like to share in this experience.

Have the G303 which to me is an abortion gone wild, but eventually I shall get rid of it in time.

G403 is ordered and coming my way but the G Pro, is yet to be seen here in Convict Town.

I will do that tomorrow right after I gym. Thanks for the tip! thumb.gif
post #2148 of 3553
I noticed something very weird tonight. When standing still and rotating the mouse in a game of TF2, I would hitch up and come to a stop for a moment before continuing to rotate. I was perplexed by it. I plugged in my g303 and it doesn't do it. I'm not sure what's up. I'll make a video of it and post it.
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post #2149 of 3553
If they made the Logitech G Pro+ with a bigger hump in the back it would be the best mouse to date, i really love the mouse but it gives me cramps after playing for a longer time (comming from the Steelseries Rival Vanilla)
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Hello, I'm about to pick the G Pro. Some advice on good mousepad?
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