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Originally Posted by LikesToSlide View Post

What is it about the braided cable exactly that makes it undesirable?

If you play FPS games at a competitive level, for example CSGO. Any slight resistance you encounter when swiping the mouse is actually quite noticeable and annoying. But I guess you could get used to it. I believe companies should strive to make the mouse cable as light weight as possible without compromising on durability.
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Would be interesting to see a full pro gaming line.

https://twitter.com/jarvis8bit/status/767631258042130432

https://twitter.com/logitechg/status/767833078014369792
Edited by zeflow - 8/23/16 at 7:46am
post #643 of 3554
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Would be interesting to see a full pro gaming line.

https://twitter.com/jarvis8bit/status/767631258042130432

https://twitter.com/logitechg/status/767833078014369792

oh please god make it happen logi
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I'm using it and got used to the g303 still like it tho. smile.gif got it last year before the release through pre-order.

Did some1 noticed after using it for a long time that the side where you put your thumb on is "worn"? Like it changed from a rough feeling to a "smooth" feeling.. thats the only negative thing for me, sorry for my bad explanation. biggrin.gif

Yeah, the G303's plastic wears down for me as well. It turns from coarse to shiny where I have my thumb, the same a bit less on the right side where I grip it with my ring finger, and also a bit on top of the left and right mouse buttons.
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Originally Posted by kayzer View Post

I'm hyped for this but € 79,99 is two much for a mouse with re used and now public sensor, re used metal spring button system, almost re used small shape. C'mon they just asked people what shaped they like, clustered the G303 techonological improvements and improved the shape a bit given the feedback they received since february. At this price it should at least have used the g900 weight reduction system but i accept they choose not to because the mouse is already light and make cut the production cost.

Dont get me wrong its a fantastic mouse from what I've read, from a standalone point of view without knowledge about previous logitech mice and peixes its worth 70€ and I'm going to get this in a few months but logitech has been doing all of this the past 2 years at lower price (402 almost re used shape , 303 re used shaped, re used sensor and clicks , 302 New shaped, New clicks, re used sensor) and now they expect us to just accept a higher price because its named 'pro'? Im used to get overcharged by steelseries, zowie,l and razer but not by logitech specialy because they have proven they can deliver inovation at a lower price and still get profit while now they are not delivering anything new and are asking too much (79,99€).

Just my 2cents.

Enviado do meu A0001 através de Tapatalk
How are steelseries and razer mice overpriced? most of them seem fine to me.
Zowie on the other hand.... don't think there is anything they make that it's not overpriced.
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edit:
it seems like for Ino the sensor is not even in line with the thumb. http://imgur.com/y9TLho8

How is that not in line with my thumb? The sensor is exactly in line with my thumb...
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Yeah, the G303's plastic wears down for me as well. It turns from coarse to shiny where I have my thumb, the same a bit less on the right side where I grip it with my ring finger, and also a bit on top of the left and right mouse buttons.

Is it made of ABS? I'm pretty sure that's what shines after usage
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Some think it's too stiff. I have no problems with G303 cable when using a cable holder, never bothers me.

Show me how to cable-hold/bungee G303 on a 45cm mousepad with full pad coverage where the bungee/holder does not create massive resistance, sadly it will no matter the designated available cable length.

Any resistance on a mouse basically is undesired, it simply keeps you from having to adapt to another factor continuously.

My future Pro Gaming will surely adopt my sweet De-braided Razer Orochi cable, if anyone can find an equal quality cable this thin I'll give you 5 bucks! (Headphones and crap dont count tongue.gif)
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I have been wondering how the feel regarding the width feels compared to a FK1. I remember really liking the width of an FK1 but I changed to the G303 for the buttons. However I don't like the shape of it very much at all and I actually find it pretty uncomfortable.
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Show me how to cable-hold/bungee G303 on a 45cm mousepad with full pad coverage where the bungee/holder does not create massive resistance, sadly it will no matter the designated available cable length.

Any resistance on a mouse basically is undesired, it simply keeps you from having to adapt to another factor continuously.

My future Pro Gaming will surely adopt my sweet De-braided Razer Orochi cable, if anyone can find an equal quality cable this thin I'll give you 5 bucks! (Headphones and crap dont count tongue.gif)

Not a mouse bungee and slightly under 45cm (40cm I think), but the cable never touches the pad and can travel over the entire mouse pad with no resistance.



I can take more pictures if you want because you can't clearly see it isn't touching, but the center of the pad is where it comes closest to touching and it still has a few mm from touching there.

Edit: I'm still considering my get rich scheme of making a mouse bungee that mounts on top of the monitor where I've taped my cable. If you are interested contact me for investment opportunities tongue.gif . I'm mostly joking, but if one of those existed I would definitely buy it over a normal mouse bungee.
Edited by chr1spe - 8/23/16 at 11:19am
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