Originally Posted by frunction
Your mouse buttons aren't loose?
My right one is acceptable, but my left mouse button moves laterally a bit. Feel like modern Steelseries loose buttons.
The right one has a bit more play than the left one, but they're both firm enough that I wouldn't consider it an issue. I have much more lateral movement on both buttons on my Rival 310.
Originally Posted by fourthavenue
when you test the click latency of g403, you should keep your g403 on the surface.
If you have to lift G403 off the surface when you test the latency(for example doing a bump test), you should tape a piece of paper underneath G403.
Because G403's debounce filter is not always on. It is only on when it is off the surface. When the mouse is on the surface, there is no debounce latency applied at all. This is the smart design Logitech has on their modern 3366 mice.
If you tape a piece of paper like I said and test again, G403 cannot be beaten.
The lens was covered during the test.
Logitech mice still have click latency when not lifted. See here: https://tpucdn.com/reviews/Glorious_...s/o_clickl.png
Vanir measures the latency directly on the buttons with all lenses covered.
Mice currently owned: Logitech G402/G403/G303/G Pro, Zowie FK1/EC2-A/EC2-B/ZA12, Razer Deathadder 2013/Basilisk, Cooler Master Mastermouse S/MM530/MM520, Roccat Kone Pure Owl-Eye, Dream Machines DM1 Pro S/FPS/DM3 mini, EVGA Torq X3/X5, Ninox Venator, HP Omen 600, Thermaltake Ventus X RGB Optical/Ventus R, Microsoft WMO, Steelseries Rival 310, Nixeus Revel, Ozone Neon M50
Looking to buy and try: Ninox Astrum