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Does anyone know whether returning the G Pro requires you to pay shipping to return it back? [NA]
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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.

So I finally went to the store today, and I was able to try out the G Pro and the G403. To me the G403 has higher hump with soft click buttons, weighs a bit heaver and wider. Meanwhile the G Pro feels incredible, small and lightweight not to mention the hump of the mouse is a lot lower as well.

LOL @ "Abortion gone wild".

What Rikker said, I pretty much feel the same thing. Damn Rikker, you went to Fry's as well? You took the words out of my mouth. I will be getting the Pro. Probably might get it from Amazon instead of Newegg since I have some credits over there that I haven't used in a long time.

Again, thanks for the help Elrick! thumb.gif
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Went to Best Buy and picked one up

So far, it's definitely not good enough to be my main mouse, but I am trying to decide if I want to keep it in my collection or take it back.


I like how light it is and the shape isn't bad, I just need more time to decide. It may be fun to play around with for a fingertip grip.
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Am I the only one that notices this mouse tilts and lifts? It's really annoying. If I put a lot of pressure on the right side, the left side lifts in the air. Not a smart idea to make the sides curve inwards. Never had this problem on the 100S.

And to be honest, I just took out the G100S to compare, and the shape just feels better to me. rolleyes.gif
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Am I the only one that notices this mouse tilts and lifts? It's really annoying. If I put a lot of pressure on the right side, the left side lifts in the air. Not a smart idea to make the sides curve inwards. Never had this problem on the 100S.

And to be honest, I just took out the G100S to compare, and the shape just feels better to me. rolleyes.gif

Having the same problem when making quick left turns, never really have it when turning right, but my friend constantly talks about how I'm "slapping my mouse on my pad" (I use a hard pad) and I don't even notice it most of the time because I've just ignored it.
    
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Am I the only one that notices this mouse tilts and lifts? It's really annoying. If I put a lot of pressure on the right side, the left side lifts in the air. Not a smart idea to make the sides curve inwards. Never had this problem on the 100S.

And to be honest, I just took out the G100S to compare, and the shape just feels better to me. rolleyes.gif
No you are not. I've been playing with G pro for two weeks now but still it tilts and lifts, especially when making quick swipe.I just cannot get a firm grip on it, probably the shape isnt for me
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I like how light it is and the shape isn't bad, I just need more time to decide. It may be fun to play around with for a fingertip grip.

If you have been using your older mouse for more than three months then your hand ligaments and movements are in tuned with that style of mouse.

When you try another design with a completely different shape, then you need again to get your hand use to this new form. Of course you will have a time limit on returns but always understand that getting your hand and arm use to a new mouse, will definitely take longer than 24 or 48 hours (Australian Usage Times for Refunds).

Give it time and after three months either send it back (US Refund) or a replacement with a different model.
Edited by Elrick - 9/28/16 at 10:31pm
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If you have been using your older mouse for more than three months then your hand ligaments and movements are in tuned with that style of mouse.

When you try another design with a completely different shape, then you need again to get your hand use to this new form. Of course you will have a time limit on returns but always understand that getting your hand and arm use to a new mouse, will definitely take longer than 24 or 48 hours (Australian Usage Times for Refunds).

Give it time and after three months either send it back (US Refund) or a replacement with a different model.
Before I got my G Pro, I was using the EC2-A for about 4 months. During my first 2 days of using the G Pro, I hated the ambidextrous shape. After 3 weeks of using the G Pro, I love it. Just takes time for your hand to get used to a different shaped mouse. Although I wished the G Pro was around 120mm long instead of around 116mm, I'm pretty surprised my 20cm hands dont cramp while using the mouse.
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The shape looked so good in pics too until the reviews started coming in. The rounded egg hump and sides does not feel very nice in the hand.
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Hello guys i have a question,maybe you guys know the answer.

Logitech G pro or Wired Logitech G403?

Currently i have the Logitech g302,what im using daily. Only dont like daimond shape,i think flat is more nice in my opinion.
So i leaning to Logitech G pro tongue.gif, but i hear so many good story's about 403.

Decisions, decisions tongue.gif Hard life
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