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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

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

Yeah, Thanks for that tip.

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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.

The G403 feels bigger and wider. I think the deciding factor for me the hump of the mouse. I like low hump. Honestly, I feel like both are very good choices either way. Its just that the store didn't have it for demo connected to the computer so that I could get an actual feel of it. Only that I had to take it out of the box and play/feel around just to get a sense of idea of each product.
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This Karz guy stated this in another thread
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Originally Posted by Karz View Post

Hmm, no idea why you feel that way. The 3310 sensor in Fk1 is very responsive and probably one of the more raw mouse feelings out there in comparison. Mine dosen't lag at all.

No mention of an opinion

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Does anyone know how much force it takes to actuate the main switches on both the G Pro and the G403?
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Originally Posted by Saint Chewy View Post

Does anyone know how much force it takes to actuate the main switches on both the G Pro and the G403?

A few people here measured theirs but I don't remember which pages they were on lol.
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Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

A few people here measured theirs but I don't remember which pages they were on lol.
Yeah I tried searching but didnt really see anything.
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I actually kinda miss the G pro now when I sent mine back (bad mouse button)
Still awaiting return for my G403.

I guess I will try and buy another G pro and hope that the stupid buttons are good this time.
I want to buy it from logitech again because of the 25% discount over stores, but if I get another bad one I will regret it biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

I actually kinda miss the G pro now when I sent mine back (bad mouse button)
Still awaiting return for my G403.

I guess I will try and buy another G pro and hope that the stupid buttons are good this time.
I want to buy it from logitech again because of the 25% discount over stores, but if I get another bad one I will regret it biggrin.gif

Not likely !! Gl
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What are the default dpi steps on this mouse? (no software)
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Originally Posted by Zelo View Post

What are the default dpi steps on this mouse? (no software)

I think it was 400, 800, 1600, 3200.

If you don't know about how the newer Logitech mice work: you don't need to keep the software running to have your own custom settings. You need to use the software just once if you don't like the DPI steps and can then remove it. The mouse saves your settings and does all the actual work to apply them. The mouse can even do keyboard macros without the software.
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i can recommend xtrfy xtp1 with logitech g pro.. the only pad g pro floats like a jet fighter with (you dont feel the mouse pads at all)
warning: its fast as hell! but its washable and that is kinda nice biggrin.gif
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