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Mushy but still speedy clicks right?

Lol this is funny we're starting to sound like audiophiles trying to describe sound signatures.
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Mushy but still speedy clicks right?

Lol this is funny we're starting to sound like audiophiles trying to describe sound signatures.
yeah. i dont know if its just the shell or the switches are different but also the scroll wheel on my g102 is so much lighter to press down.
post #13 of 15
I'd say the clicks are nearly identical on mine, I'd say I preferred the G Pro's... But there's hardly a difference on my two models. Definitely prefer the g203's middle click though.
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I'd say the clicks are nearly identical on mine, I'd say I preferred the G Pro's... But there's hardly a difference on my two models. Definitely prefer the g203's middle click though.

But if you put the G Pro internals into a G203 will the clicks be the same as a G Pro or different because of the different shell?
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But if you put the G Pro internals into a G203 will the clicks be the same as a G Pro or different because of the different shell?

Might sound a tad different, my white G102 when Pro swapped sounded a tad fuller though might've just been placebo effect. Clicks feel identical, just make sure you don't lose the three screws that hold the top and bottom shell together or else they won't actuate properly. smile.gif
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