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Tried most of them and GTF-X is the best by far in regards to low static and continuous friction.
Shidenkai might rival that but I cannot stand most coatings on the Artisan pads, my wrist gets destroyed.

Problem with faster satin pads like Infensus is the random glide, humidity etc effects satin pads a lot.

My GTF-X is really old tho, I tried washing it with handsoap and it got pretty clean but.. I hope I dident break it as Zowie themselfs recommend to only use a damp cloth, not to put it in a shower! biggrin.gif
Either way, I dont like its kinda "rough" feel.

Yeah I dont think ill buy a Artisan...
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How stiff are the buttons of the Pro compared to the G403? My G403 is rather stiff where I click, it's similar to my IMO or some of my (modified) Zowies.
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How stiff are the buttons of the Pro compared to the G403? My G403 is rather stiff where I click, it's similar to my IMO or some of my (modified) Zowies.

I guessed it's around 35g weight in the area where I have my fingertips. That's next to the middle of the wheel. It's a lot harder to click in the back of the buttons and it goes down to something like 20g at the very front of the mouse.

This is a very rough guess I made clicking the buttons with the mouse on a kitchen scale.
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How stiff are the buttons of the Pro compared to the G403? My G403 is rather stiff where I click, it's similar to my IMO or some of my (modified) Zowies.

WIth my units, G403 is stiffer and less clicky. G Pro has superior clicks in my opinion. They are crispy/clean clicks that are easy to press and rather short stroke
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I guessed it's around 35g weight in the area where I have my fingertips. That's next to the middle of the wheel. It's a lot harder to click in the back of the buttons and it goes down to something like 20g at the very front of the mouse.

This is a very rough guess I made clicking the buttons with the mouse on a kitchen scale.

At the very front of the buttons on the G403 I am getting ~55g to actuate, it goes up significantly from there. It feel like mouse 1 doesn't have any spring holding down the button.

I think I want something around 40-50g where I click. I (accidentally) modified my G100s to be ~31g at the very front.

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Originally Posted by Aventadoor View Post

WIth my units, G403 is stiffer and less clicky. G Pro has superior clicks in my opinion. They are crispy/clean clicks that are easy to press and rather short stroke

Yeah, I wasn't impressed with the buttons on the G403. I think the G303 was better (I don't remember).
Edited by popups - 10/15/16 at 2:04am
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Yeah, I wasn't impressed with the buttons on the G403. I think the G303 was better (I don't remember).

My G303 and G302 have better clicks than my Pro. The Pro feels a little hollow or something (no idea how to describe it).
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Got G Pro in retail shop today, will post my feeling later, coming from KPM as fellow poster above ; )

Meanwhile, can someone help me with driver version? I clearly remember that read somewhere here or maybe on g403 thread that latest software version for Logitech added a bit of smoothing, like 2 frames or something? But can't find that post anymore, even thorugh search.
What latest version is there without 2 frames of smoothing?

Also some guy wrote a short instruction how to trick instalation program to install older version, can someone link it please if you know where this post?

for now from get -go i can this this- buttons are perfect, i don't know how on earth someone could missclick them. Only if that was failure mice maybe or bad batch.
Clicks crisp, with short travel and good felling when you depress them.
Serial number - 1628LZOh....
RMB feels a bit lighter to press than LMB, with a bit different sound, Can't say how long rmb switch will last for me, but for it's just good.
Edited by DrumAndBass - 10/16/16 at 8:10am
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Logitech didn't add extra 2 frames of smoothing. It always was there.

One older firmware on G303 and G502 didn't have it. That's it.
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Logitech didn't add extra 2 frames of smoothing. It always was there.

One older firmware on G303 and G502 didn't have it. That's it.
Thank you for clarification. So i just need to install latest version and forget for now about it yeah? Any under water stones which i might be not aware off?
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