Originally Posted by Aznlotus161
I've been going back and forth with my mouse inventory.
This is in regards to Overwatch and used on a Zowie G-SR & QcK Heavy.
- Logitech G303 (Recent daily driver)
- Logitech G403 Wired
- Logitech G900 Wired
- Logitech G Pro
- Zowie ZA12
- Zowie FK2
- Roccat KPM (Used to be my CSGO mouse)
Reaffirmed a few things from 1st impressions:
1. My hands don't usually get sweaty and I still experience slippage issues with the side portions of the G Pro.
• Coating is no where near as nice as the G403 or Zowie in general. I loved the coating of the G403 personally.
3. M1 is stiffer than M2 to click.
• G303 still feels more sensitive for both switches (I personally prefer sensitive switches, I had to get used to it/some fatigue using Zowies when I played CSGO)
4. Mouse wheel is stiff to click; however, not too big an issue for me besides daily browsing.
5. I would have loved to see how it would have felt with larger mouse feet like Zowie's or something similar to the G303 or anything larger than 4 corners.
• I will be waiting for Hyper glides and seeing how that works since I feel like this mouse has a lot of potential.
• I am also considering buying mouse grip and taping it on the sides (first experience! pretty intrigued for both "mods").
All in all, G Pro has a lot of potential--shape is great similar to G100s.
Major complaint is slippage on only the thumb and pinky areas and it just makes my hand want to sweat more if that makes sense.
I would recommend the Razer bungee or Zowie Camade for the new Logitech mice--the cables are pretty thick/braided and susceptible to kinking.
I would also recommend people to give the G403 a shot esp. to anyone who wants a slightly larger feel than the G Pro--no slippage issues, loved the buttons and mouse wheel just overall wonderful.
Only reason I'm so hung on the G Pro is that I am used to lighter/smaller mouse for my small hands so the G403 feels a tad bulkier, yet still surprisingly lightweight.
The coating, the buttons, side buttons M4/M5 are solid. Tactile and easy switches. Logitech is the only software I kind of trust (looking at your Roccat...).
I might get some flack from Zowie users; however, I liked the G403 better than my experience with the EC line-up (pre-BenQ acquisition).
G Pro is still great and gets the job done, but the G403 wowed me whereas the G Pro satisfied me.
G403 is deceptively light for a "bulkier" mouse and still can be maneuvered on the mouse pad well.
For anyone doing mods, I would love to read your thoughts on hyperglides on the G Pro and/or tennis grip tape/gun tape mods.EDIT
: Forgot to mention...the G403 I received from Amazon has significant mouse wheel rattle.
It makes a sound no matter how fast or slow you move the mouse--it's gonna rattle and it's palpable.
This apparently has been an issue for the first batches so time will tell--I've notified Amazon and they'll be sending a replacement.