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Originally Posted by ncck View Post

Nope you only use surface tuning if you are having problems tracking, the 3366 has no issues with the QCK. So if it doesn't skip/jump/stop tracking then you can just use factory default! biggrin.gif

Have you gotten your 403 yet? If so which do you prefer, I think I'm going with the 403 over the pro honestly.
post #1612 of 5932
So I just got my G403 (it came one day earlier than scheduled, well played UPS thumb.gif) and my 1st impressions with the mouse are extremely positive. The weight seems about spot on (without the extra 10g that came in the box), and the size and shape is almost a perfect fit on my hand. I'm almost sure I finally found a replacement to the DeathAdder. The mouse fits my grip style and hand size so damn well... I was intantly in love with it.

There doesn't seem to be any scroll wheel rattle on mine (maybe a tiny bit, but it's hardly noticiable) and the wheel itself feel good on the finger, the steps are also good imo. The scroll click is a little bit heavy but I can manage (I hardly ever user the scroll wheel to click anyway). The sensor feel responsive and snappy and the rest of the buttons feel nice aswell.

I think I got a good copy! smile.gif
The box was in good shape and it doesn't seems it had been re-sealed (looks like brand new).
I was a little on the edge about this mouse after reading a couple of complains on here but so far the 1st impressions are mostly positive. I think I found my new daily driver for gaming.

I can post some pictures (and compare it with the DA Chroma) if someone ask later on (in a couple of hours).
post #1613 of 5932
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Originally Posted by VoxLux View Post

So I just got my G403 (it came one day earlier than scheduled, well played UPS thumb.gif) and my 1st impressions with the mouse are extremely positive. The weight seems about spot on (without the extra 10g that came in the box), and the size and shape is almost a perfect fit on my hand. I'm almost sure I finally found a replacement to the DeathAdder. The mouse fits my grip style and hand size so damn well... I was intantly in love with it.

There doesn't seem to be any scroll wheel rattle on mine (maybe a tiny bit, but it's hardly noticiable) and the wheel itself feel good on the finger, the steps are also good imo. The scroll click is a little bit heavy but I can manage (I hardly ever user the scroll wheel to click anyway). The sensor feel responsive and snappy and the rest of the buttons feel nice aswell.

I think I got a good copy! smile.gif
The box was in good shape and it doesn't seems it had been re-sealed (looks like brand new).
I was a little on the edge about this mouse after reading a couple of complains on here but so far the 1st impressions are mostly positive. I think I found my new daily driver for gaming.

I can post some pictures (and compare it with the DA Chroma) if someone ask later on (in a couple of hours).
How are the M1/M2 buttons? Since Logitech is marketing the G403 as having the same button system as the G Pro's, I'm wondering if your copy has the same hair-triggerlike M1 or M2 issue as some are stating in the G Pro forums.
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post #1615 of 5932
My M1 and M2 buttons are great. They're both consistent, there's very little difference in sound from one to another. They feel like they're good quality clicks (maybe the best clicks I've ever had in any mouse, I'm not exaggerating).
Comparing them to the DA Chroma, they're a little bit heavier but also more defined and with more feedback, if this makes any sense...?

Sorry, I'don't have that much experience with gaming mice, I've owned only about 4 or 5 in the past.
But these clicks feel consistent, snappy and great overall, definately not hair trigger-like.
post #1616 of 5932
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

How are the M1/M2 buttons? Since Logitech is marketing the G403 as having the same button system as the G Pro's, I'm wondering if your copy has the same hair-triggerlike M1 or M2 issue as some are stating in the G Pro forums.

My buttons are fine, not as distinct as the Pro ones but fine.

A bit offtopic but does anyone have the link for the return form?
Edited by SEJB - 9/13/16 at 6:14am
post #1617 of 5932
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Originally Posted by VoxLux View Post

So I just got my G403 (it came one day earlier than scheduled, well played UPS thumb.gif) and my 1st impressions with the mouse are extremely positive. The weight seems about spot on (without the extra 10g that came in the box), and the size and shape is almost a perfect fit on my hand. I'm almost sure I finally found a replacement to the DeathAdder. The mouse fits my grip style and hand size so damn well... I was intantly in love with it.

There doesn't seem to be any scroll wheel rattle on mine (maybe a tiny bit, but it's hardly noticiable) and the wheel itself feel good on the finger, the steps are also good imo. The scroll click is a little bit heavy but I can manage (I hardly ever user the scroll wheel to click anyway). The sensor feel responsive and snappy and the rest of the buttons feel nice aswell.

I think I got a good copy! smile.gif
The box was in good shape and it doesn't seems it had been re-sealed (looks like brand new).
I was a little on the edge about this mouse after reading a couple of complains on here but so far the 1st impressions are mostly positive. I think I found my new daily driver for gaming.

I can post some pictures (and compare it with the DA Chroma) if someone ask later on (in a couple of hours).

Good to hear!
post #1618 of 5932
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Originally Posted by SEJB View Post

Have you gotten your 403 yet? If so which do you prefer, I think I'm going with the 403 over the pro honestly.

No I live in america and it's not out yet frown.gif

I've been using the g pro for a while now and I think it's really good but I also think the 403 may be much more comfortable for me and give me better tracking/aim control (because easier to grip/lift)
post #1619 of 5932
Yeah the pro is a great mouse but I feel more in control with the 403 when it comes to smaller adjustments.
post #1620 of 5932
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Originally Posted by SEJB View Post

Yeah the pro is a great mouse but I feel more in control with the 403 when it comes to smaller adjustments.

That's your palm contact - it helps make a 'strong' steady movement, I noticed this when going between small and big mice. For small hands and high sensitivity users I really think the g pro fits that well. For low sensitivity like me a bigger mouse is just way better for micro adjusting and tracking fast targets (when your wrist can be off the mousepad - that's the best for tracking something fast) However few games require fast tracking anymore - last one I played was natural selection 2 where you had aliens flying over your head and needed to constantly track people with over 180 degree turns. I'd say that's my opinion but that is how it feels at least with the sensitivity I use. Can't wait for it to come!

edit: @ Karod - got any screenshots of the right side? Like some nice closeups from different angles.. I just need a lil tease...
Edited by ncck - 9/13/16 at 6:32am
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