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I'll let you know, I have a feeling the ec from zowie or even the g900 from Logitech will be much better shapes.. but I won't count it out yet. Using the g303 I'm struggling so hard to track aim which I can do with ease with an EC/g900.. flicking and stuff I'm nuts with but when it comes to following a fast target precisely I just can't do it without my palm having contact/control on the rear end of a mouse

I'm not sure if my desk height and arm rest on my chair come into play either but that's how I feel.. wonder if a higher sensitivity with these small mice is the answer? Idk really but again I'll let you know

Strangely enough with the g303 I can't seem to flick consistently but I can track reasonably well. With flicking it mostly has to do that either I tilt the mouse somewhere mid way through the flick or it could be the case where if I flick using a Sensei or Fk I control the flick stop by adding drag on the mousepad with either the pinky or thumb.
The 303 I am not touching the mat at all.

But for tracking and especially small finger adjustment type of movements, I can't touch the 303 with anything.
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Strangely enough with the g303 I can't seem to flick consistently but I can track reasonably well. With flicking it mostly has to do that either I tilt the mouse somewhere mid way through the flick or it could be the case where if I flick using a Sensei or Fk I control the flick stop by adding drag on the mousepad with either the pinky or thumb.
The 303 I am not touching the mat at all.

But for tracking and especially small finger adjustment type of movements, I can't touch the 303 with anything.
When you flick with the G303, does your wrist somehow 'lean' the mouse towards the left or right? Don't get me wrong, I think the G303 is an excellent mouse to use in quick paced FPS games. I had a similar issue with the batch of cookie cutter clones using the 3360 (Revel and DM1 Pro S). Great, light, but narrow enough where if I flick too quickly, my aim slightly drags.
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Yeah but I'm pretty sure you learn to not do that, you're talking about flicking with your wrist and the front end tilting very far left/right? I've noticed that too... waiting to get that shipping conf on the g pro to see how it holds! I'm hoping it's nothing but great.

At shell yeah I can flick very well with it, but tracking twitchy/fast moving things accurately I just can't seem to do on it - not sure if I need more time with the mouse but I'm pretty sure it's just the shape not working with my grip style
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Does anyone know if the g100s cable is compatible with this mouse with minimal fuss?
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Understood, thanks for the explanation!


This is the main thread on that in case you want to see some pictures

http://www.overclock.net/t/1522415/the-importance-of-sensor-positioning
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Does anyone know if the g100s cable is compatible with this mouse with minimal fuss?

They have the same connector and cable pin arrangement so you can indeed swap them.
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Originally Posted by a_ak57 View Post

They have the same connector and cable pin arrangement so you can indeed swap them.

Thanks for the info. Finally some use for the G100s carcass.
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Yeah, I agree. The sensor should be really close to the scroll wheel rather than the middle or the rear. thumb.gif


No.

The only mouse with this kind of shape where aiming feels somewhat natural for me, was the ZM -M600R. And look at that sensor position... Its even much lower than the original g100s. Maybe it depends on the grip. Guess if you fully palm it and play with your whole arm rather than wrist only, its a different thing. But who really does that..
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Thanks for the info. Finally some use for the G100s carcass.

Oh right, I did forget to mention that the strain reliefs may not be interchangeable in which case you'd have to shove it inside the mouse where there's some space (shortening the cable a bit) or just cut it off. Strain reliefs aren't very important though IMO so it wouldn't be much of a loss.
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Originally Posted by Nilizum View Post

Current sensor position is good since it has a ghost curve at the butt.


Usually you are right, but not this time. The least people will even have their palm touching the mouse. Its just too small and gets too narrow to the front. 80% of the people, if not more, will use it as fingertip mouse.



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it seems like for Ino the sensor is not even in line with the thumb. http://imgur.com/y9TLho8
Edited by acid_reptile - 8/22/16 at 7:17am
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