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Originally Posted by syrell View Post

I could not get used to the smaller size and the light lbm+rmb clicks
That's the thing though. Initially, I got the impression that the G Pro would have more tactile clicks than the G303. In fact, there are people who got such a copy. But then there's the issue where the clicks are so friggin' light (like my copy) that half the time you're focusing on not accidentally misclicking when most of your attention ought to be what's going on during a game on the screen. This revolves a lot on Logitech's QC issues. No 2 mice are alike. I know this because I bought 2 G403s and they both had completely different issues all be it scroll wheel rattle, soft M2 or soft M1. etc. etc. etc.
post #2462 of 3551
I've tried a total of 5 pros - 1 from Logitech store, 1 from Best Buy, 3 from Amazon. They literally all feel different. It's mind boggling. Some have a smooth wheel, some have super tactile one. Some have terrible side buttons with super long travel that require a lot of force to depress, some have very little to almost zero travel and are awesome. Some have l/rmb clicks that are tactile - almost huano-like, some are super light and require almost no force to depress. I don't remember ever experiencing something to this degree with another mouse.

Also, inb4 Amazon bans my account for returns.
post #2463 of 3551
inb4 some dude drives around and tries out and then returns all of the Plasma Cutter(g pro) mice available locally to him. in the entire city. cataloging every possible difference along the way.

I'LL OPEN THEM ALL devil.gif
post #2464 of 3551
Has any S/N 1628 been dodgy? Mine is fine and is 1628
post #2465 of 3551
Mine is 1629, everything is good!
post #2466 of 3551
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

That's the thing though. Initially, I got the impression that the G Pro would have more tactile clicks than the G303. In fact, there are people who got such a copy. But then there's the issue where the clicks are so friggin' light (like my copy) that half the time you're focusing on not accidentally misclicking ...

This is in line with my copy as well - the clicks are extremely light and feel fragile, hollow but not tactile - I will give myself a week to get used to it else I might go back to the G303 or take a shot at the G403.
post #2467 of 3551
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Originally Posted by Ickz View Post

I've tried a total of 5 pros - 1 from Logitech store, 1 from Best Buy, 3 from Amazon. They literally all feel different. It's mind boggling. Some have a smooth wheel, some have super tactile one. Some have terrible side buttons with super long travel that require a lot of force to depress, some have very little to almost zero travel and are awesome. Some have l/rmb clicks that are tactile - almost huano-like, some are super light and require almost no force to depress. I don't remember ever experiencing something to this degree with another mouse.

Also, inb4 Amazon bans my account for returns.

I got one where my main clicks almost feel like Huanos too. They might actually be a little stiffer than my FK.
post #2468 of 3551
Today arrived my g pro. Buttons are the same (both a little bit mushy but feels faster than on g303), cable flexible but heavy as...(waiting for paracord cable),o mousefeets are way better than on g303 (using zowie g-sr), shape for me is better, is more "stable" on the bottom, so better to pre-holding angles or do more accurate flicks. Scroll button is... everyone know ;d

Batch model S/N: 1628

no rattles, good buttons etc.
post #2469 of 3551
Where does the "plasma cutter" meme come from.
post #2470 of 3551
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Originally Posted by Aventadoor View Post

Mine is 1629, everything is good!
no missclicks? i missclick almost everytime when i sweep fast the buttons are so light..
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