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Originally Posted by coldc0ffee View Post

there seems to be some button *thunk*.
Put some foam inside the mouse.
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

The buttons just have a tiny bit more pretravel than the G303, very hard to notice in useage though.

It was intentionally designed that way so people from OC can solder in Japanese Omrons. wink.gif

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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

Gosh, I hope not. I thought the M1/M2 buttons on both the G303 and G900 were immaculate (the way mouse buttons should be implemented). I'm sure Logitech didn't hype this mouse up (cough cough FinalMouse, cough) where they would release a mouse with mediocre buttons

Maybe it is designed that way to stop over travel.
Edited by popups - 8/26/16 at 12:41pm
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I think he is talking about click latency. All logitech mice after the G402 and G502 have increased click latency and apparently newer firmwares for those 2 mice have higher click latency.

wow that's pretty disappointing. my gut feeling that the g100s and g502 were faster than the g303 was right.
I know g100s mice double clicked a lot but I don't think I've heard such complaints from ppl with a g502. why make their mice slower now?
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stll better than most other gaming mice from large companies
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stll better than most other gaming mice from large companies

Are you planning any mod threads for the G PRO like you did with this? Really want to see latency reduction, as I was hoping this would match the 100S in terms of latency.
    
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Are you planning any mod threads for the G PRO like you did with this? Really want to see latency reduction, as I was hoping this would match the 100S in terms of latency.

why is everyone obsessed with click latency. Maybe if it were like 30-40ms more. But literally this is like 5ms more at max. The human brain cannot possibly tell or feel the difference.
    
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why is everyone obsessed with click latency. Maybe if it were like 30-40ms more. But literally this is like 5ms more at max. The human brain cannot possibly tell or feel the difference.

People need something to rant about. Click latency is indeed only worth to discuss when it's so bad that it's noticable, like the Kinzu V3.. but well most people in here doesn't buy the mice for gaming purposes anyway, but to put it on some laboratory table.
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why is everyone obsessed with click latency. Maybe if it were like 30-40ms more. But literally this is like 5ms more at max. The human brain cannot possibly tell or feel the difference.


If the latency happens at the right moment in the regular latency cycle of your game, monitor, etc. you can miss your one tap.
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why is everyone obsessed with click latency. Maybe if it were like 30-40ms more. But literally this is like 5ms more at max. The human brain cannot possibly tell or feel the difference.

Only time I ever notice click problems is if the button is so stiff that it actually delays my shot - or if it's a zowie mouse.. which is basically a stiff click lol

But if I use DA/rival/logitech I don't really have any issues with the click even if their latencies are different.. heck even FM tournament pro had good clicks - once you use say a TP or g303 you do realize that the clicks are superior ESPECIALLY when doing tap-tap-tap type shots
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Ino, have you noticed any soreness or discomfort after long gaming sessions on the tips of your fingers?
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