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So...shipping Monday? : )
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So...shipping Monday? : )

pray with me my boy
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pray with me my boy

Let us bow our heads in prayer
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This is funny. Each time a highly anticipated mouse is released, it's like hovering in the eye of a hurricane. And once the mouse is released, that's when all the "the buttons stick!" or "my copy is nowhere near the condition that the reviewers were given!" or "the damn mouse feet need replacing" or "let's take it apart before I even plug it in and try it!". It's very amusing actually thumb.gif
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This is funny. Each time a highly anticipated mouse is released, it's like hovering in the eye of a hurricane. And once the mouse is released, that's when all the "the buttons stick!" or "my copy is nowhere near the condition that the reviewers were given!" or "the damn mouse feet need replacing" or "let's take it apart before I even plug it in and try it!". It's very amusing actually thumb.gif
except this one has no flaws, the only thing someone would be able to not like is the shape/cable. they even finally made competent mouse feet for once too.
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except this one has no flaws, the only thing someone would be able to not like is the shape/cable. they even finally made competent mouse feet for once too.
We shall see! The thing about reviewers' copies of these mice is that they're given the cherry picked most perfect one of the batch. My first copy of the G900 was a dud. It was so buggy that it kept spinning out and I was wondering: "How is this the best sensor in the market again?" Of course, I was thrown on the hot coals for being crazy by the loving OCN members here, but lo and behold, I returned the G900. Bought another one, and have been happy ever since. I'm hoping the G Pro gives the same awesome performance at 20g less the weight that the G900 has
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

We shall see! The thing about reviewers' copies of these mice is that they're given the cherry picked most perfect one of the batch. My first copy of the G900 was a dud. It was so buggy that it kept spinning out and I was wondering: "How is this the best sensor in the market again?" Of course, I was thrown on the hot coals for being crazy by the loving OCN members here, but lo and behold, I returned the G900. Bought another one, and have been happy ever since. I'm hoping the G Pro gives the same awesome performance at 20g less the weight that the G900 has

I've been through a few g303s and am not happy with the sensor :| (I actually like the shape!). The factory default setting feels like crap and custom tuning seems to vary a lot. Oh well fingers crossed this is good thumb.gif
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except this one has no flaws, the only thing someone would be able to not like is the shape/cable. they even finally made competent mouse feet for once too.
I still wish there was an optical encoder, tried the g303 and it's decent. Could be bad for bunnyhopping and whatnot, I'm using the wheel just for browsing and there it's good. Guess it's testers' feedback that played a role rather than a wish not to produce a mouse that is 'too' good, though.
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I'm not sure if this question was asked, but how does the G Pro glide compared to the G303? They are about the same weight, but the G Pro has it appears like less surface area overall and obviously different feet placement. Does it glide better? Anyone going from a G303 to a G Pro, did you keep the same dpi/sensitivity settings or did you need to lower sensitivity to account for glide (in-game)?
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I'm not sure if this question was asked, but how does the G Pro glide compared to the G303? They are about the same weight, but the G Pro has it appears like less surface area overall and obviously different feet placement. Does it glide better? Anyone going from a G303 to a G Pro, did you keep the same dpi/sensitivity settings or did you need to lower sensitivity to account for glide (in-game)?

Doesn't that mostly matter depending on what kind of mousepad someone uses? tongue.gif
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