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I didn't mind the "rounded" sides of the pro initially but the more I use it the less comfortable it is to me. I grip my mouse pretty hard and the straight sides of the mx300 or even the g303 provided a more secure and comfortable feel in my opinion. It's weird that such a small detail makes a huge difference.
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Originally Posted by raisethe3 View Post

I don't mean to spam, but for those who appear in this thread questioning about whether they should get this mouse or the G403. This is a good review comparison:

Hope this may help many of you.

This video greatly offended me. He implies nobody should use the "macro" button on the top of the G Pro. I use it as middle click because the ACTUAL SCROLL CLICK IS TOO BLOODY HEAVY!




semi-sarcastic
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

It's better than most of the stuff out there.

Most reviews are already uninformed, so I'd set his par for the course. Plus his hilarious hypocrisy on the DPI button. He disables it (understandable), but then goes on to criticize actually using it (macros for example), relegating viewers to use the keyboard while discussing his use of the other two buttons on the side as if that alone doesn't justify the potential use out of it.

Maybe the hat is destroying his brain cells.
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

This video greatly offended me. He implies nobody should use the "macro" button on the top of the G Pro. I use it as middle click because the ACTUAL SCROLL CLICK IS TOO BLOODY HEAVY!

How about "it's too small for big hands" implying everyone has to claw or palm their mice?
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Originally Posted by zeflow View Post

I didn't mind the "rounded" sides of the pro initially but the more I use it the less comfortable it is to me. I grip my mouse pretty hard and the straight sides of the mx300 or even the g303 provided a more secure and comfortable feel in my opinion. It's weird that such a small detail makes a huge difference.

It's not weird at all, they're constant creating unstable grips on their mice, and while they're aesthetically pleasing, and the sensor feels great, I can't actually use the thing for more a few days because of the inward slope on the sides. It means there's a sort of ledge at the top of the mouse that sticks into your ring finger, and draws your pinky towards the bottom of your mouse, which you can't rest it against comfortably because the mouse is narrowest at the bottom point. It's particularly acute on a small mouse because there's not a lot of room to put your fingers on the side, so sloping it inward effectively makes it so you've cut almost half of the grippable space on the side of the mouse. They've simultaneously made it feel wide at the top and too narrow at the bottom, so I feel like I have to constantly adjust my grip, and I'm never quite comfortable in-game. I'm not sure why they cant just COPY shapes that people actually like.
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I would not call that a review at all.
It was just horrible to watch, and lol about the dpi button.
Yeah remove the dpi button, see what happens smile.gif
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Originally Posted by SmashTV View Post

Most reviews are already uninformed, so I'd set his par for the course. Plus his hilarious hypocrisy on the DPI button. He disables it (understandable), but then goes on to criticize actually using it (macros for example), relegating viewers to use the keyboard while discussing his use of the other two buttons on the side as if that alone doesn't justify the potential use out of it.

Maybe the hat is destroying his brain cells.

Well, I don't use the CPI/profile button, but I do use the side buttons. I use the side buttons because it is much faster/efficient than using the keyboard to quick switch my weapon. I guess if all top mounted CPI/profile buttons were configurable, and easily reachable, I would use it for comms to free up mouse 3 for something else. I wouldn't miss the top mounted CPI/profile button (less weight is more important to me).

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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

I would not call that a review at all.
It was just horrible to watch, and lol about the dpi button.
Yeah remove the dpi button, see what happens smile.gif

Razer removed it on their DeathAdder 2013 (thereby the Chroma as well) in order to sell the Elite in the future.
Edited by popups - 10/12/16 at 12:36pm
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Originally Posted by zeflow View Post

I didn't mind the "rounded" sides of the pro initially but the more I use it the less comfortable it is to me. I grip my mouse pretty hard and the straight sides of the mx300 or even the g303 provided a more secure and comfortable feel in my opinion. It's weird that such a small detail makes a huge difference.
Yeah, the Pro is a shape fail for me. Too wide at the top, too narrow at the bottom, scratchy feet, stiff cable, and I'm paying $69.99 for this?

Well I didn't because I returned mine after giving it an honest go for a week. I've never used a mouse that felt too wide but also unstable at the same time.
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Lol, all right guys. Fair enough about the review video. I'll just take it down for the sake of everyone. I thought it was a solid review.

If anyone can find a good comparison review, do post it.

Thanks! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by raisethe3 View Post

Lol, all right guys. Fair enough about the review video. I'll just take it down for the sake of everyone. I thought it was a solid review.

If anyone can find a good comparison review, do post it.

Thanks! thumb.gif

I liked hearing his opinion.

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Originally Posted by Brigand253 View Post

Yeah, the Pro is a shape fail for me. Too wide at the top, too narrow at the bottom, scratchy feet, stiff cable, and I'm paying $69.99 for this?

Well I didn't because I returned mine after giving it an honest go for a week. I've never used a mouse that felt too wide but also unstable at the same time.

Since they failed with the G302 shape they went back to what they know. However, it appears most of the newer players don't want that particular old school shape. Personally, I am more fond of the Diamondback or WMO shape.
Edited by popups - 10/12/16 at 12:58pm
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