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I stopped using the Pro and went back to my G400 and hitting things instantly felt way more natural, I guess the shape just isn't for me honestly. I tried Pro, I tried. sad-smiley-002.gif
    
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Its not just you, I feel that the 3366/0 sensor is too precise, feels like i'm getting every single pixel, if I play casually with this I miss a lot of shots due to inconsistency I guess, maybe if I get more used to this sensor, but I dont know...
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Thanks for your response, i kinda have that with big mice. I use 400 mouse dpi if i do it with a Deathadder for example i smash my keyboard tongue.gif.
Sadly i not have a tenkeyless thats working.
But with bigger mice i have the feeling any direction is harder with a bigger mice.

Hope more people can give a answer,because this G Pro is not cheap thumb.gif
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Its not just you, I feel that the 3366/0 sensor is too precise, feels like i'm getting every single pixel, if I play casually with this I miss a lot of shots due to inconsistency I guess, maybe if I get more used to this sensor, but I dont know...

There's something about the lateral stability that makes aiming really difficult, the inward curve toward the bottom and the small feet result in me flicking the mouse and having it "roll" or "tilt" because so little of the base is actually in contact with the pad.
    
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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

Just order both and try. You'll end up trying both anyway so just give in. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Alya View Post

There's something about the lateral stability that makes aiming really difficult, the inward curve toward the bottom and the small feet result in me flicking the mouse and having it "roll" or "tilt" because so little of the base is actually in contact with the pad.

Gets better if you rest your ring finger on the lip of the mouse, but thats a tiny space on the G Pro, its bigger on G100s, and its a natural place on the G400.
post #2197 of 3556
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Originally Posted by pruik6 View Post

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
I got both (the G Pro and the G403). And if you have the cash, I'd get 2 (so you can keep the cherry and return the lemon) of each via any other store other than Logitech directly (trust me, you don't want to deal with RMAs or refunds with Logitech directly, unless you enjoy long waits).

Everyone's hand size, grip style and comfort zone is different. I'm a long time G303 and DeathAdder user so it made sense to try the G Pro and G403. I ended up keeping the G403 because I could never seem to get used to the G Pro's (__) shaped sides (that and my copy had hyper sensitive M1/M2 buttons).

You can nab both of them on Amazon. Their return policy is so much more lax than Logitech's.
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Anyone know why the LED options don't stick when the PC is booting, or comes back from sleep? I have it set to on-board memory, but the LED always defaults to color cycle for a while before going to my LED setting I set.
    
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Anyone know why the LED options don't stick when the PC is booting, or comes back from sleep? I have it set to on-board memory, but the LED always defaults to color cycle for a while before going to my LED setting I set.

Go to the settings menu and click 'g pro' then disable startup LED effect - it's not under the normal LED menu
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Go to the settings menu and click 'g pro' then disable startup LED effect - it's not under the normal LED menu

Thanks +rep

Edit: NM. Got it working.
Edited by gene-z - 9/29/16 at 6:56am
    
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