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Originally Posted by napilopez View Post


I get the impression that the G Pro is only the first in a series of Pro mice. I'm just waiting for something with an mx518 shape and a couple of more buttons, and I'll be a happy camper.

Pro version of MouseMan+ please!

post #22 of 32
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Originally Posted by napilopez View Post

It's subtle, but what really does it for me are the light curves on the left and right click (which weren't present on the G100). They aren't as pronounced as on Razer mice, and cradle your fingers ever so slightly, which along with the spring tensioning system,make these feel like the most responsive mouse buttons I've ever tried throughout the entire button surface.

I believe a more appropriate term is "comfort grooves".
post #23 of 32
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That was supposed to be 1.2 sens, woops. Must've been thinking about CS 1.6 or something =P Still high of course, but a 1200 (or even 1600) edpi isn't that unheard of.

Not unheard of yes but playing with a higher sens kind of hides the problem with heavier mice since you don't need to move them as much.
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Not unheard of yes but playing with a higher sens kind of hides the problem with heavier mice since you don't need to move them as much.

Right, which is precisely why I made it a point to mention that I'm coming from a high sens perspective wink.gif
post #25 of 32
@ OP.

Razer on the same pad? Blasphemy!
post #26 of 32
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I believe a more appropriate term is "comfort grooves".

I gagged
post #27 of 32
@napilopez
Can you compare the stiffness/actuation force needed of mouse 1 and mouse 2 buttons on the G Pro vs G900 and G502? I'm having issues with my G402 (which should have the same M1/M2 buttons as G502 AFAIK) where I accidentally click M1/M2 when resting my hand on the mouse or moving it, so I'm wondering if the G Pro is something I should be looking at potentially.
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post #28 of 32
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Originally Posted by Dylan Nails View Post

How is a free scroll wheel a pro instead of a con lol? it just wastes space + adds weight, what the hell would u ever use a free scroll wheel for?
Also every mouse with freescroll has utterly terrible middle button because there is no space to fit a proper switch. All of that just because people aren't aware that MMB+mouse up/down is a literal free-freescroll that every mouse is equipped with.
post #29 of 32
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Originally Posted by Koen3d View Post

Also every mouse with freescroll has utterly terrible middle button because there is no space to fit a proper switch. All of that just because people aren't aware that MMB+mouse up/down is a literal free-freescroll that every mouse is equipped with.
you can't click mmb in applications, only web pages

edit: I am not pro-freescroll though
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I gagged

Alright.

What is the correct term?
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