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post #1201 of 1223
Tested it a bit and I can't believe this but I'm keeping the G Pro instead of the 203. If it was just the middle mouse button that was better I might have kept it, but the clicks of the main mouse button are slightly more hollow and tinny (which I can feel) and the side buttons are harder to depress too versus the G Pro. For most people, they should just go with the 203 because it is 90% the same mouse, but I paid $70 for the G Pro because I wanted the best in everyway and I feel that Logitech delivered even though 99% would probably not be able to tell. I do wish there was a white G Pro though. At least I know for sure tho. Grats to everyone who has the 203, it is a 100% better value all around but not the best in my eyes.
post #1202 of 1223
I just got my G102 several days ago and I love it so far. I also used the G Pro for a few months and I also own the G403. How close the mercury sensor performs to the 3366 is almost shocking. I wouldn't know if you didnt tell me this mouse did not use a 3366. And the standard rubber cable is so much better than the thick braided one of the Pro. Plus the texture on the G102 seems rougher, so that helped me with grip. Whatever Logitech did to this sensor, they are doing everything right. The only reason why I would recommend the G Pro over the G102 is for surface tuning if you really really need it. Or if you're a pro gamer who demands the absolute best. Otherwise, everyone else should go for the G102/203.
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I've realised the G102's sensor tends to "go off" on its own on occasions. I don't know how to describe it, but sometimes my mouse movement does not match my hand movement, as if its wandering off by itself and it will occur for no more than a second. Not a major issue, but I've been using the 3366 sensor for 3 years already and used it in 3 different mice (G502, G Pro, G403) and I don't recall any of them behaving like this, ever.

I remember reading some people saying the mercury sensor can mess itself up when there is dust. Now I always try to keep my pad clean (Razer Gigantus) so unless I got a faulty unit, I may eventually go back to the Pro or G403.
post #1205 of 1223
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Originally Posted by cr0wnest View Post

I've realised the G102's sensor tends to "go off" on its own on occasions. I don't know how to describe it, but sometimes my mouse movement does not match my hand movement, as if its wandering off by itself and it will occur for no more than a second. Not a major issue, but I've been using the 3366 sensor for 3 years already and used it in 3 different mice (G502, G Pro, G403) and I don't recall any of them behaving like this, ever.

I remember reading some people saying the mercury sensor can mess itself up when there is dust. Now I always try to keep my pad clean (Razer Gigantus) so unless I got a faulty unit, I may eventually go back to the Pro or G403.

Reminds me of how the G100s felt, it did not feel connected to my hand and the movements I made were not what happened on screen, it was very unusual. I think qsxcv said he had a similar feeling and called it a "grainy" feeling to the cursor.
    
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post #1206 of 1223
IMHO g100s feels good in flick shots and so bad at pixel movement. I liked to play with am010 but my spay with that sensor in cs 1.6 was very bad
post #1207 of 1223
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Originally Posted by Alya View Post

Reminds me of how the G100s felt, it did not feel connected to my hand and the movements I made were not what happened on screen, it was very unusual. I think qsxcv said he had a similar feeling and called it a "grainy" feeling to the cursor.

Never tried the G100s so I cant say. I don't feel that it does not connect with my hand movements, in fact it does it very well and I am amazed at how well the sensor is performing compared to the 3366, I cannot tell the difference. Well, at least until it started to wander off on its own.. As for "grainy" it doesn't seem to affect me.
post #1208 of 1223
Been using and rebuying WMO 1.1a for years. I would occasionaly browse around and read about new mices, looking for a modern, suitable replacement.
So happy i finally found such mouse and bought a black g203, 2 weeks ago. It really is perfect replacement for me.

- even smaller than WMO
- light
- ambidextrous
- well behaved cable (i hate the WMO cable with a passion and would cut the rubber off to the bare wire)
- well placed side buttons (haven't found use for them, still)
- good mouse wheel, no issues
- great clicks, no issues
- no squeaking and/or rattling of any kind, at all
- on board memory

Great sensor, haven't had any issues with tracking or any funky, unwanted mouse movements (qck heavy). No accel either, as far as i can tell (feel).

I use 400 dpi setting, but it immediately felt slower than WMO. And indeed i measured my WMO to be around 420 DPI and g203 (set to 400 dpi) turns up to be around 380 DPI.
Once i bumped g203 to 450 DPI, i was home. 3-4 days of getting used to the new mouse and its like i have been using it all along smile.gif
post #1209 of 1223
Well I just tried quick'n'cheap "mod" on this mouse to try out something and well, it works for now.

My main problem was \__/ side profile and when gripping during gaming. Sometimes during flicks or tracking my thumb would slide under the mouse and lift up the mice and mess up with aiming.

So I had to come up with something to make left side atleast more straight/concave, what I have got used to.

Here is few picutures:






Quess using Sugru for similiar way would work as well, but it is way more expensieve and as well permanent solution?

I think still have to try adjust those position a little bit more to make it more comfy, but you get general idea.
Edited by Grino - 4/21/17 at 3:38am
post #1210 of 1223
not a bad idea, it was too narrow for me as well thumb.gif
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