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Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

Here. My M1 and M2 are near identical and require a tiny bit of pressure to actuate. Never once accidentally clicked either button.
What does your S/N start with on the bottom of your G Pro? Mine starts with 1629 and it is super sensitive.
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Originally Posted by Saint Chewy View Post

What does your S/N start with on the bottom of your G Pro? Mine starts with 1629 and it is super sensitive.

1629 as well.
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I recently received the G403, but I'm not a fan of the overall shape it just feels a little too big for me, so I've ordered a G Pro instead.

What are the current issues w/ the G Pro? Is it just the overly light clicks for some people?
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Hmm well Im not sure. I received this one off Amazon. I am really torn on what mouse I want. This mouse is great I feel like like I have more control and can flick with ease. It did take a few days for my hand to adjust to it. But this accidental right click is so annoying.

I have the G403 and I am trying as well and I like how my hand molds to it much easier without any break in period but that mouse makes my hand sweat and the strain relief rattles every so slightly...
post #2215 of 3544
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Originally Posted by Fragil1ty View Post

I recently received the G403, but I'm not a fan of the overall shape it just feels a little too big for me, so I've ordered a G Pro instead.

What are the current issues w/ the G Pro? Is it just the overly light clicks for some people?
That seems to be the problem with my current G Pro is that the right mouse button is very sensitive. Also with my hand coming from a G502 there was some breaking in time. It made my hand hurt holding it in a palm/claw grip. But after spending a weekend with it, it was very comfortable
post #2216 of 3544
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Originally Posted by Fragil1ty View Post

I recently received the G403, but I'm not a fan of the overall shape it just feels a little too big for me, so I've ordered a G Pro instead.

What are the current issues w/ the G Pro? Is it just the overly light clicks for some people?

Some people don't like the mouse feet with certain pads (they work great for me on my QCK+), the zowie g-sr in particular seems to come up a lot as feeling scratchy/not smooth. The stiff braided cable issue is a common complaint as well which is easily solved with a mouse bungee or replacing the cable entirely which is what I did. Ceesa's Paracord is highly recommended but not required.
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Originally Posted by FatalProximity View Post

Some people don't like the mouse feet with certain pads (they work great for me on my QCK+), the zowie g-sr in particular seems to come up a lot as feeling scratchy/not smooth. The stiff braided cable issue is a common complaint as well which is easily solved with a mouse bungee or replacing the cable entirely which is what I did. Ceesa's Paracord is highly recommended but not required.

This would ruin the mouse feet though I'm assuming? So you would need to have the spare mouse feet ready before you attempt the new cable installation?
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Originally Posted by Fragil1ty View Post

This would ruin the mouse feet though I'm assuming? So you would need to have the spare mouse feet ready before you attempt the new cable installation?

You can reuse the mouse feet if you're careful when taking them off. You just use a thin blade to get under them.Only need to take the 2 front ones off.
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Originally Posted by Fragil1ty View Post

I recently received the G403, but I'm not a fan of the overall shape it just feels a little too big for me, so I've ordered a G Pro instead.

What are the current issues w/ the G Pro? Is it just the overly light clicks for some people?

Ok let's be perfectly honest here. After testing both mice extensively for the past days, despite shape being personal i can say that:

G403 is superior to G pro in every given aspect. Unless one have very small hands or simply small hands and playing with very low sens, G403 has:

- Far better stability
- Alot easier to aim with
- Just as fast as the G pro, despite being alot larger (which to me was really surprising. It could be due to the worthless skates provided with the G pro though which really slows it down)
-The shape with the narrowed down sides is very evident after a while, that it's simply not good in certain conditions which makes a much more forced aim than with the G403. You will miss certain shots you normally wouldn't due to this factor alone.

It's beyond me why Logitech decided to angle the sides the way they did instead of keeping it simple like G1 with straight sides or simply a softer incline. Obviously the reason behind it is to keep the buttom of the mouse as small as possible for faster turns but it's beyond me why they diden't follow e.g Abyssus v.1 sollution where they kept the base tiny without impacting the sides at the same time --> http://i66.tinypic.com/2ic1ik5.png

While G pro is good and you can do well, it's not a natural flow when you play with it. Again, for anyone with medium to large hands, G403 is superior. Everything you thought you did well with the G pro, you can do just as good and even better with the G403 and with much less effort in the process. G pro is imo a bit too heavy as well. Such a mouse should not be over 80g, but rather 75. In any case, G pro is indeed good, but not as good as the hype would suggest.
Edited by Karz - 9/29/16 at 10:51am
post #2220 of 3544
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Originally Posted by Karz View Post

Ok let's be perfectly honest here. After testing both mice extensively for the past days, despite shape being personal i can say that:

G403 is superior to G pro in every given aspect. Unless one have very small hands or simply small hands and playing with very low sens, G403 has:

- Far better stability
- Alot easier to aim with
- Just as fast as the G pro, despite being alot larger (which to me was really surprising. It could be due to the worthless skates provided with the G pro though which really slows it down)
-The shape with the narrowed down sides is very evident after a while, that it's simply not good in certain conditions which makes a much more forced aim than with the G403. You will miss vertain shots you normally wouldn't due to this factor alone.

It's beyond me why Logitech decided to angle the sides the way they did instead of keeping it simple like G1 with straight sides or simply a softer incline. Obviously the reason behind it is to keep the buttom of the mouse as small as possible for faster turns but it's beyond me why they diden't follow e.g Abyssus v.1 sollution where they kept the base tiny without impacting the sides at the same time --> http://i66.tinypic.com/2ic1ik5.png

While G pro is good and you can do well, it's not a natural flow when you play with it. Again, for anyone with medium to large hands, G403 is superior. Everything you thought you did well with the G pro, you can do just as good and even better with the G403 and with much less effort.

Thanks for the long post dude, I really appreciate it.

Are you saying this from a point of view because you have medium/large hands? Are you saying it because you prefer the G403 vs the G Pro or are you being completely subjective? It's just that personally, I think the G403 is just, it's not too big for me (refer to the images below), but it seems that it's not as comfortable because of the size when compared the Zowie EC2-A.

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