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Originally Posted by nillington View Post

Of all those mice, the G Pro is objectively the best I've ever used. It feels exactly how a mouse should feel. Clicks are perfect, side buttons are perfect, scroll wheel is perfect, sensor is perfect, glide is perfect, and it looks good.

That is how I feel about my G403 but am willing to wait for the G Pro to arrive in my 3rd World cap.gif .
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I've become so accustomed to the G303's shape that the G Pro's shape doesn't feel as comfortable for me, even after using it for about 2 weeks frown.gif

I think I'd prefer if the G Pro was just a bit bigger overall. rolleyes.gif
Edited by Poopsticker - 9/30/16 at 11:39pm
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

Well everything is debatable and the sides are very good for me. I wouldn't change them if I could.

It's all simply preference, especially with something that is so varied like grips because we all have different hands and different ways of holding mice. Especially if you look at just the people that post here (so a rather small group of gamers) you get so many people who change their mice in tiny ways (layers of grip tape, remove edges, change feet) to make them fit that you will always have people liking on shape over the other no matter what. If the sides were straight on the G Pro there would be people saying they want them \__/ or others saying they want (__) etc.

Btw I hate talking about shape in reviews because there is so much bias and preference in it that whatever you do to describe it the result will never be good enough. People need to get a hands on for themselves to judge a shape. Still arguably shape is the most important factor, so you have to try to cover it somehow properly.

It is and i agree with everything you said. I'm fully aware of the personal preference of mice (and it's completely justified when talking mouse shape), but at the same time i feel, even if i do it in an expressful way (saying things straight up that obviously stick in certain people's eyes in here, despite being an opinion of mine), that the sides on Logitech G pro was taken too far in a way that i feel it provides more negative outcome than positive in terms of stability, precision and capability when playing fast paced shooters. In my firm opinion, i believe Logitech did a mistake having \__/ that went too far (instead of taking ideas of e.g Abyssus v.1 if their firm idea was to have a small base frame).

That being said, it is still a very good mouse regardless, but it did not match the hype and that might just be the cause to why a debate about it arose in the first place, and why people are so sensitive when saying certain things are crap/bad from one's own perspective. Despite it's flaws (Sides, too heavy, too low lift off distance, bad skates, a bit too sensitive M1/M2) i would still give it a 3.8-4 out of 5.
Edited by Karz - 10/1/16 at 8:17am
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I'd like to try a G Pro. Just to put my hands on one to see if the shape suits me better than my G303. I'm french and nearly everything in stores is on shelves, you very rarely see mice and keyboards exposed for everyone to try. frown.gif
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@Khaine

The G Pro feels heavier than the G403 to me and other mice that also should be heavier. Still a great mouse, but I don't like the side buttons. They're too thin and not tactile enough imo.
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Anyone done a comparison with this mouse to the G403. I had the chance to feel and play around with them at my store, but not demo since they weren't connected to actual computers. Just only to touch and feel. The G403 has a higher arc bump to me. While the Pro is light, small, and low arc hump. Its really tough for me to decide, because it really comes down to just these two. Also, what's surprising is that they are both priced the same at my stores ($69.99). So tough decision for me. I am fingertip/claw if you must know.
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Originally Posted by raisethe3 View Post

Anyone done a comparison with this mouse to the G403. I had the chance to feel and play around with them at my store, but not demo since they weren't connected to actual computers. Just only to touch and feel. The G403 has a higher arc bump to me. While the Pro is light, small, and low arc hump. Its really tough for me to decide, because it really comes down to just these two. Also, what's surprising is that they are both priced the same at my stores ($69.99). So tough decision for me. I am fingertip/claw if you must know.
I returned my G Pro (mainly because the M1/M2 buttons were so hyper sensitive that they should've named my copy the G Pro-Misclicks). The G403 is my main right now. The G Pro has (__) shaped sides and my hand doesn't get sweaty much which made gripping such a small mouse sort've a challenge. The G403 feels like your basic run of the mill ergo mouse only that the sensor is slightly angled towards the index finger and it personally took me time to adjust my aim because of that. Aside from that, if you can get a copy without any scroll wheel rattle or questionable button quality, both of them are great. I claw grip so both mice were great for me. It's all up to you. Also, note that Razer just released their new DeathAdder which they're advertising as "the best sensor in the world'. That mouse is also $69.99
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Originally Posted by raisethe3 View Post

Anyone done a comparison with this mouse to the G403. I had the chance to feel and play around with them at my store, but not demo since they weren't connected to actual computers. Just only to touch and feel. The G403 has a higher arc bump to me. While the Pro is light, small, and low arc hump. Its really tough for me to decide, because it really comes down to just these two. Also, what's surprising is that they are both priced the same at my stores ($69.99). So tough decision for me. I am fingertip/claw if you must know.

G403 is better in every way. Just as fast if not faster, despite being bigger. Easier to aim with, feels lighter and more natural feeling. Only the size will restrict you from going G403 over G pro.
post #2279 of 3551
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Originally Posted by Karz View Post

G403 is better in every way. Just as fast if not faster, despite being bigger. Easier to aim with, feels lighter and more natural feeling. Only the size will restrict you from going G403 over G pro.

Feel like you should specify that those are opinions and not facts.
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Originally Posted by raisethe3 View Post

Anyone done a comparison with this mouse to the G403. I had the chance to feel and play around with them at my store, but not demo since they weren't connected to actual computers. Just only to touch and feel. The G403 has a higher arc bump to me. While the Pro is light, small, and low arc hump. Its really tough for me to decide, because it really comes down to just these two. Also, what's surprising is that they are both priced the same at my stores ($69.99). So tough decision for me. I am fingertip/claw if you must know.

Vid here comparing the two mice: https://youtu.be/X75euf_y4d0

Very informative. Guy reviewing the mice likes the G Pro more than G403.
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