Originally Posted by Nivity
I guess you tried the G pro/G203? With 16cm hands it seems that would be quite good to palm actually and not give cramps like some with bigger hands like me.
Originally Posted by pindle
Logi's software is I think amongst the top mousedriver software, in 20+ years of using (yes ranging back to the old SetPoint days) it I have never experienced a crash or any issues whatsoever related to it. Unlike many other mice manufacturer drivers (note I don't know Roccat). Just felt like pointing this out cause that kinda rep deserves some proof on your side before imo before blatantly bashing them.
The G502 is mostly liked for the infinite scroll feature which, granted, does feel nice. Apart from that I don't like that mouse either, too small for a good grip (to me) and heavy due to the wheel.
1. I have never used any mouse with a worse scroll wheel than G502 - it's actually the WORST part of the mouse. I don't care about infinite scroll (why not just page up/down? or ctrl+home/end?). It feels hard and cold and uncomfortable, is very noisy, lacks resistance. I can't even middle click without struggling (UGH).
2. It's HEAVY. The mouse shape forces you into a claw/fingertip grip, but then the weight made it impossible to be picked up. I don't get it.
1. G-Shift is not as responsive as Roccat's Easy-Shift. You have to hold the G-Shift button for 0.5 sec before buttons start shifting. On KPO, both buttons could be pressed then released simultaneously without problem.
2. Software forces you to have both left and right buttons on G-Shift side. Who the hell uses left and right buttons when shifting? This means 2 less buttons I could have used for previous track and next track....
3. No G-Shift+scroll up/down for volume up/down.
I agree that ROCCAT software is quite buggy at times, but nothing beats Easy-Shift and ROCCAT scroll wheel, imo...