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G303 cable and feet are way WAY worse.
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post #2362 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Melan View Post

G303 cable and feet are way WAY worse.

aye. and I like the G Pro scroll clicks. I don't accidentally press it.
and I also have the DPI switcher button set to "mouse3".
post #2363 of 3549
Same. I never used wheel click as it's too stiff even on G303.
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post #2364 of 3549
anyway i had better experience with the g303, Alot. and this is my toughts and opinions.. holding my thumbs for sensei prism announcement today and not just a headset
post #2365 of 3549
My rmb is same weight as left with no accidental clicks! Sucks when you get a light switch though
post #2366 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Diogenes5 View Post

After more testing, I give up on this mouse. Why they made the sides convex and the footprint so small is beyond me. It is an unstable platform for clicking. I don't trust Ino or his reviews anymore. The ZA11 and FK1 were completely different shapes and concave and thus more stable mice. Oh well, the dream will always be the logitech innards inside the Zowie FK shape. Too bad logitech always makes its simpler mice obsolete in terms of shapes or ergonomics. The g303 had the worst shape known to man and the gaming pro reminds me of the kinzu in the worst way.

Back it goes. Maybe the g403 will be better.

I encourage anyone to try shapes for themselves. I like both the G Pro and the FK1+/ZA11, although my grip on them is different. Both work without strain for my hand and to the same performance.
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post #2367 of 3549
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

I encourage anyone to try shapes for themselves. I like both the G Pro and the FK1+/ZA11, although my grip on them is different. Both work without strain for my hand and to the same performance.

I'd love to but i can't. I never found any G Pro exposed in a retail store for me to try. If i get it, it's gonna be a shot in the dark.
post #2368 of 3549
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Originally Posted by MidNighTempest View Post

Anyone using this mouse with Hand size over 20cm long & 10cm wide ? Some general feedback is much appreciated. Like have you experience any numbness ? Whats your preferred Grip style? etc... I'm asking because I occasionally experience some numbness on the Pinky & Ring Finger section of my hand on the new G403. I thinking an ambidextrous mouse would better suit me.

Yeah mine are 22cm. No trouble with grip. Use a finger tip palm hybrid. Did take a small adjustment period. So I'd advise only order if you're happy to use for a few days first.
post #2369 of 3549
My G Pro review:

It's not like ( ) shaped. That's an exxagaration. Just below sidebutton it's almost flat. Shape is fine. RMB is very light but I can live with it. Scroll button is quite hard to press but far from unusable. No sensor, button or wheel rattle. LMB is light but semi crisp. It's great. Sensor is good. Scroll wheel is good.

I bashed this mouse about build quality before I had it. Apparently my unit is top notch. I played some AimBotz and it felt nice.

I give this mouse my special rating 9/10. Before this my main mice were Zowie ZA12 and EC2-A. Both have my special rating 8/10. (I havent rated any mouse 10/10). This will be my main mouse. It's closest to perfection I have tested so far. So I was wrong about Logitech. This time they got it right. (feel sorry for folks who have bad units)

I'm in mice heaven now on. Cya. GG's.
post #2370 of 3549
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Originally Posted by gene-z View Post

Anyone know where the screws are to open this up? Is it just under the sticker, or are they under the mouse feet too?

Below the top 2 feet and under the sticker in the middle. You have to break the sticker, thus voiding the warranty.

There are *no* screws beneath the bottom feet so dont bother taking them off if you intend to reuse the feet.

Also, once all three screws are out, the top part of the shell can just be lifted without any force.
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