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Originally Posted by Alya View Post

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

I honestly wonder why "pros" would give input and they come up with this mouse.

The sides being convex, the non-grippy coating, feet pushed too far in making it unstable, lack of claw resting positions, stiff M3, fat cable, etc. Seems like the opposite of what I think pros would spec other than for the light weight and buttons.
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Originally Posted by frunction View Post

I honestly wonder why "pros" would give input and they come up with this mouse.

The sides being convex, the non-grippy coating, feet pushed too far in making it unstable, lack of claw resting positions, stiff M3, fat cable, etc. Seems like the opposite of what I think pros would spec other than for the light weight and buttons.

My thoughts exactly to be honest, the mouse is by no means bad, but it doesn't fully support every grip style.

If the sides came out 2-3 mm then curve in, basically a more subtle diamond shape, it'd be a great mouse.
post #2203 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Watsyurdeal View Post

My thoughts exactly to be honest, the mouse is by no means bad, but it doesn't fully support every grip style.

If the sides came out 2-3 mm then curve in, basically a more subtle diamond shape, it'd be a great mouse.

Nothing ever can support every grip style. The Pro name is just marketing. Does not mean this thing works with everyone. Obviously that is also why Logitech has a G900, G403 in their lineup.
post #2204 of 3549
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

Nothing ever can support every grip style. The Pro name is just marketing. Does not mean this thing works with everyone. Obviously that is also why Logitech has a G900, G403 in their lineup.

True, but one could assume that they at least made an attempt to.


This is a good mouse for Mobas and RTS, but for shooters? When most people use a palm or claw grip? Nah.


And you'd think it'd be a simple thing to change
post #2205 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Watsyurdeal View Post

True, but one could assume that they at least made an attempt to.


This is a good mouse for Mobas and RTS, but for shooters? When most people use a palm or claw grip? Nah.


And you'd think it'd be a simple thing to change

Works for me with palm, claw or fingertip in any genre.
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Does anyone have a G Pro that doesn't have a hyper sensitive right mouse button?
post #2207 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Watsyurdeal View Post

True, but one could assume that they at least made an attempt to.


This is a good mouse for Mobas and RTS, but for shooters? When most people use a palm or claw grip? Nah.


And you'd think it'd be a simple thing to change

What about people like me that won't ever use palm or claw grip, no matter the game? The way I use a mouse, it seems fine, is basically so good that I gave up hope to ever find anything better. It hits the mark so well, I'd be afraid that even if they would allow me to make any kind of change I want to improve it, I would actually make it worse by mistake. Basically, I'm betting that whatever change you are wishing for, it would make the mouse worse for me. biggrin.gif
post #2208 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Saint Chewy View Post

Does anyone have a G Pro that doesn't have a hyper sensitive right mouse button?

Your mouse might be broken.

I measured mine on the kitchen scale, and both buttons were very similar, with the left button being slightly lighter.

The way I measured was, I put the mouse onto the scale, set the scale to zero, then started slowly pressing onto a button. I tried to find the highest pressure I can manage without activating the click. I don't remember what I measured, just that the button clicks were very light, perhaps something like 35g. I was pressing onto the buttons in a spot next to the wheel.
post #2209 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Watsyurdeal View Post

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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

Nothing ever can support every grip style. The Pro name is just marketing. Does not mean this thing works with everyone. Obviously that is also why Logitech has a G900, G403 in their lineup.

True, but one could assume that they at least made an attempt to.


This is a good mouse for Mobas and RTS, but for shooters? When most people use a palm or claw grip? Nah.


And you'd think it'd be a simple thing to change

Well. That all depends on handsize etc.
Not hard to claw and palm the G pro for many people.
post #2210 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Saint Chewy View Post

Does anyone have a G Pro that doesn't have a hyper sensitive right mouse button?

Here. My M1 and M2 are near identical and require a tiny bit of pressure to actuate. Never once accidentally clicked either button.
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