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post #251 of 3551
Width is so low, not sure if I could fingertip it comfortably with ~21cm x ~11.5cm hand.
Ps. we talk about this mouse in 3 separate topics smile.gif
Edited by Crack - 8/17/16 at 12:38am
post #252 of 3551
Yeah, I know that's why I put "I don't even remember older models before that". I remember using their ballmice with that shape and still using P/S2.

I'm just mentioning the more "recent", advertised for gaming, and most of all, picture that I found easily from the internet biggrin.gif.
If I'm not mistaken MX300 from 2002 was also this shape.
Lol, I feel old now.
post #253 of 3551
It has been mentioned that the top is the same material as the one on the G303, but what about the side? Is that the same as the 303 or does it have a matte coating like the top?
post #254 of 3551
hi new here.

anyone planning to change the braided cable to the non braided cable of the g302? Will it even fit?

Ino said his only dissatisfaction with the G Pro is the braided cable. Any plans to change it Ino?

if anyone plans to do so, please post a tutorial video or something... thanks!

it goes something like this for the g303. Not sure if it will be a similar process with the G Pro.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4lHGjLFDc8

if only they had implemented rubberised cable for G Pro... would have been truly perfect... thumb.gif

Ino, during your beta testing phase and when they were gathering valuable feedback, did you push hard for the cable to be changed to a rubberised one? tongue.gif
post #255 of 3551
Our logitech gods have heard our cries!!! THEY HAVE MADE THE ONE MOUSE TO RULE THEM ALL.
post #256 of 3551
She is a beauty. Thanks Ino for a great review, as always. Perhaps when this mouse arrives (95$~ in sweden though) I will be able to stop lurking here and finally be at ease with a mouse
post #257 of 3551
So the new Pro Gaming Mouse is basically a G303 with different shape?

- same sensor
- same buttons
- same braided stiff cable
- different glides
- different shape / size
- different weight


...correct?
For someone loving the G303 shape not really a must have (of course we will still buy it) tongue.gif
post #258 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by biochem View Post

So the new Pro Gaming Mouse is basically a G303 with different shape?

- same sensor
- same buttons
- same braided stiff cable
- different glides
- different shape / size
- different weight


...correct?
For someone loving the G303 shape not really a must have (of course we will still buy it) tongue.gif
They've also fixed any rattle issues, plus we don't know how it feels sensor placement to hand movement. Maybe it feels very fluid. I just hope I can hold it
post #259 of 3551
Hmm, not sure which to go for, this or the DM1 Pro S. Hard decisions ahead.
post #260 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by hasukka View Post

Hmm, not sure which to go for, this or the DM1 Pro S. Hard decisions ahead.

The performance difference is negligible if existent.

The Dm1 PRO is a medium-ish sized mouse while the G PRO seems to be a small mouse. Depends on your grip style.

Both weigh the same but the dm1 may feel lighter since the mouse bigger and weight is more spread.
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