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post #2731 of 5928
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Originally Posted by Demi9OD View Post

I remember having a lot of trouble with purely x-axis movement on the G402. A lot of unintentional y-axis movement. I only got to play with my G403 for the first time yesterday for about an hour but the unintentional y-axis was quite reduced from the G402, so I think the sensor angle is intentional. It feels pretty close to flat compared to my Revel and shouldn't take long at all to get used to.

Well, that is good to hear. I will definitely keep playing with it for the next week (yay for the amazon refund policy) and then decide. But for now it feels extremely comfortable in clawgrip. Performance is about the same as the gpro and the clicks are a tad bit stiffer than the gpro clicks (i actually like that. they are still softer than most mice though).
post #2732 of 5928
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Originally Posted by James N View Post

The only way to find out if it suites you , is to test it yourself. frown.gif It kinda sucks, but i gave up and just resorted to just buy every mouse i am interested in and then send the ones back i had issues with. Thank god for amazon.

Yes, amazon is just...amazing, no doubt exhappysmiley.png
post #2733 of 5928
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Originally Posted by Demi9OD View Post

I remember having a lot of trouble with purely x-axis movement on the G402. A lot of unintentional y-axis movement. I only got to play with my G403 for the first time yesterday for about an hour but the unintentional y-axis was quite reduced from the G402, so I think the sensor angle is intentional. It feels pretty close to flat compared to my Revel and shouldn't take long at all to get used to.

Since the sensor is angled in basically every G403, I would assume it's intentional. Funnily enough, I haven't had any issues with unintentional y-axis drift. I was performing like I normally do after maybe an hour of usage or so in csgo deathmatch.
post #2734 of 5928
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Originally Posted by James N View Post

Well, that is good to hear. I will definitely keep playing with it for the next week (yay for the amazon refund policy) and then decide. But for now it feels extremely comfortable in clawgrip. Performance is about the same as the gpro and the clicks are a tad bit stiffer than the gpro clicks (i actually like that. they are still softer than most mice though).

It will take me a week as well to decide if it replaces my Revel. The M1 and M2 are a touch heavier than the G-Pro indeed, and this is much better for me since my G Pro had a hair trigger M2 that clicked when I looked at it funny. I'm also happy to say the M3 is a lot lighter than the G Pro and usable in game, though clicking it without scrolling will take some practice. Overall the clicks and placement are sublime.

I don't have any complaints but I will need to get used to a few things. It feels a little heavy. I am conscious of it's 87 grams more than the 107 grams of my MX518. This weight also feels like it imparts a momentum component to movement that is unfamiliar. I'm sure some of the feeling comes from the / \ shape and lack of thumb and pinky lip when lifting. The hump is a little further back and higher than I am used to and feels like my ZA12 a bit. Not sure I like that or not yet. The Revel and MX518 I am used to are flatter overall. The EC2-A hump is more centered.

Edit: Oh and I don't have any Mwheel rattle. 1631 serial on mouse from Logitech.com.
Edited by Demi9OD - 10/5/16 at 9:23am
post #2735 of 5928
im still trying to decide between the wireless or wired version. i tried my brothers G900 and the 107G feels alright to me.
post #2736 of 5928
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Originally Posted by m4gg0t View Post

im still trying to decide between the wireless or wired version. i tried my brothers G900 and the 107G feels alright to me.
If you're cool with the G900's weight, then you'll be fine with the G403. The thing to look out for is a potential rattling scroll wheel or mushy/sensitive M1/M2 buttons on the G403. I always thought the pivot design for the M1/M2 buttons on the G900 were excellent.
post #2737 of 5928
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

If you're cool with the G900's weight, then you'll be fine with the G403. The thing to look out for is a potential rattling scroll wheel or mushy/sensitive M1/M2 buttons on the G403. I always thought the pivot design for the M1/M2 buttons on the G900 were excellent.

I normally like lighter mice, so that's why i'm undecided. My distributor is normally quite good about RMA so that's ok. But still deciding if i want a lighter or wireless, i like the wireless on the G900, but I don't feel like paying $200 for a mice.
Edited by m4gg0t - 10/5/16 at 2:14pm
post #2738 of 5928
I also ordered the Logitech G403 & returned the G Pro, could not get a firm grip on the mouse frown.gif. Overall the G pro is a fantastic mouse.
Maybe because my dry hands, cant get a decent grip.
So i cant wait till tommorow and see if i can claw grip the G403 well. biggrin.gif
post #2739 of 5928
G403 was a little bit on the big side for my hands if I wanted to claw the mouse. It is still doable though, and I claw it for some games I play.
post #2740 of 5928
Agreed with the bigger hands and G403.
If I had like 21cm hands I would use G403 and never another mouse kinda.
But with my 19x10 its just to big for me to control.

I like it a lot actually, if it was just a tad thinner, Its super bulky thats the problem.
The length is perfect, its short, its light, but a tad to fat to grip for my hands.

Its like I am trying to grip a big tennisball biggrin.gif Feels like a big round thing.

The RMA actually have taken like 3 weeks now and I still have the mouse since I am waiting for UPS, the side button actually got much better after some usage, very weird. It still acts up now and then but not often.

Will call logitech tomorrow and just tell them I will keep the mouse.
The buttons are perfect, no rattle. And if sometimes 1 sidebutton feels bad meh.

I will keep trying it for some weeks and try to get used to it.
I love the buttons on G403 (I did not like them on G pro for some reason, not even the "good" button felt close to G403)

I bought it with a 25% discount code from the logitech store so might as well keep it.
Edited by Nivity - 10/5/16 at 12:30pm
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