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Originally Posted by Aventadoor View Post

What pad for the G Pro?
Tired of my Xtrfy pad... My GTF-X is worn out and I dont want more QCKs...

I do really love the harder rubber base on the Zowie's tho. Any other brand which are similar in this regard?
Using the G Pro on the Glorious XL Heavy feels like playing on an air hockey table. Super smooth glide.
post #2332 of 3556
I have the g403. I quite like the side coating on it.
I have been thinking if shape wise the G Pro is a better fit for me, as I quite liked the g100s. Could someone describe the side coating of the G Pro, and perhaps compare it to other known Logitech or other mice? Is it just textured plastic? How well does it hold up against sweat?

I suppose the top coating is the same as that of g403.

Thanks smile.gif
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Originally Posted by ramraze View Post

I have the g403. I quite like the side coating on it.
I have been thinking if shape wise the G Pro is a better fit for me, as I quite liked the g100s. Could someone describe the side coating of the G Pro, and perhaps compare it to other known Logitech or other mice? Is it just textured plastic? How well does it hold up against sweat?

Thanks smile.gif
Side coating feels like a dry textured plastic. My hands get really sweaty in the CA heat and the G Pro doesnt get slippery at all. However, some people with dry hands feel the mouse is slippery and sometimes hard to maintain a grip. Not a problem with me though.
Edited by SynergyCB - 10/3/16 at 2:26am
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Originally Posted by SynergyCB View Post

Side coating feels like a dry textured plastic. My hands get really sweaty in the CA heat and the G Pro doesnt get slippery at all. However, some people with dry hands feel the mouse is slippery and sometimes hard to maintain a grip. Not a problem with me though.

Thanks for the quick comment. Does it get tacky/sticky though?
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post #2335 of 3556
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Originally Posted by ramraze View Post

Thanks for the quick comment. Does it get tacky/sticky though?
I've used the G Pro for about 3 weeks and the mouse never got sticky. Recently switched back to the EC2-A and this thing gets slippery after an hour of use lol
post #2336 of 3556
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I've used the G Pro for about 3 weeks and the mouse never got sticky. Recently switched back to the EC2-A and this thing gets slippery after an hour of use lol

Tyvm
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post #2337 of 3556
Seconded, Pro Gaming is pretty decently textured, only the top of the mouse buttons is a bit smoother but I think that is also partly an aesthetic decision from Logitech.
post #2338 of 3556
My hands rarely get sweaty when playing in-game and I never could get a firm grip on my copy of the G Pro. The (__) sides didn't help much for me either. It's a great mouse and may suit many other grips and hand sizes, it just wasn't for me. Decided to make the G403 my main instead. If I had to choose between the G Pro and G303, I'd go with the G303 despite its diamond shape. For some reason, I can grip the G303 a lot better than the G Pro.
post #2339 of 3556
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Originally Posted by Arnezaki View Post

http://hyperglide.net/ , not sure if mentioned, lets hope we can buy them soon:

"Future releases: Logitech G Progaming (29 Sep 2016)

We will release Hyperglides for the Logitech G Pro, development will start soon and progress updated. Thank you to all the "G Pro" owners who have bought our MX-3 model in the meantime. Also in consideration are the Logitech G403 and Zowie ZA13."


HYPE!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by SynergyCB View Post

Using the G Pro on the Glorious XL Heavy feels like playing on an air hockey table. Super smooth glide.

The 5mm thickness?
Is it squeeshy/soft?
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