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How many of you actually use Logitech G Pro as a main gaming mouse? Ive seen quite many not so satisfied comments about this mouse so I'd like to know how many actually even use this mouse anymore?
post #2 of 247
I do! Its a great little mouse. There was an adjustment period though. I did go back to my za11 for a bit but the build quality on the zowie was shown up by the g pro.
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Once you go 3366 you cant go back? biggrin.gif
I got like 13-14 mice, G403 and G Pro are the mice I perform the best with. I will return the G403.
Yet to decide wether I will return the G Pro.

Why do I still use this mouse? Cause its the best in the market atm and once you go 3366, u cant go back to 3310 Zowies...
post #4 of 247
I must admit being very happy with the 3310 pre 3366. But going back does feel slightly disconnected.
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I truly wanted to love this mouse, but in a wicked twist of fate - the same fate that had me swiftly divested of my G303 - the shape caused me awful forearm and wrist pain being as small as it is. Currently, though, I think I'll die happy with my G403.
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Shape wasn't for me - wish they would've gone with G100s' shape unmodified. I'd be using it then.
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Originally Posted by trism View Post

Shape wasn't for me - wish they would've gone with G100s' shape unmodified. I'd be using it then.

I would like the G100s to be more shaped like the Diamondback -- straighter sides, rounder rear, rounder top, flatter main buttons, etc.

If the Pro doesn't feel worse than the G100s I guess I will use it. I am getting my refund soon for the G403. I might get the Pro just to end my curiosity.
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I basically lost all hope to ever find something better than this mouse, so my search for the perfect mouse is probably over. I assume it will take another ten years or more for something that fits me better to be released by anyone as small mice and finger-tip grip aren't popular. The MX300 had been released in 2002 so that's a pretty long time ago.

The mice I used the most previously were MX300 and then Razer Salmosa and Abyssus. After using that a long time, I used the G302 when it came out and liked it enough to then get the G303. The Pro seems better overall as its shape allows different ways to position fingers which wasn't possible with the G303, so I'll stay with the Pro because of comfort. I feel the Pro is better than those mice I used a lot previously, meaning better than the MX300 shape, Salmosa and Abyssus, and G303.
post #9 of 247
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

I would like the G100s to be more shaped like the Diamondback -- straighter sides, rounder rear, rounder top, flatter main buttons, etc.

If the Pro doesn't feel worse than the G100s I guess I will use it. I am getting my refund soon for the G403. I might get the Pro just to end my curiosity.

Since you seem to be one of the few who owns a Diamondback... Have anyone found out a way to remove the prediction?
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

I would like the G100s to be more shaped like the Diamondback -- straighter sides, rounder rear, rounder top, flatter main buttons, etc.

I haven't tried the Diamondback but G100s is more "bulky" than G Pro and the sides are straighter as well. G Pro's curve is too steep for me which makes my pinkie knuckle hurt (have to force the pinkie tip more towards the mouse making my hand more curved). I have a G3 which I also prefer much more.

If the hump on G403 would've been a slightly smaller, the wireless would've been the "final mouse" (he he) for me.
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