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I've owned a larger assortment of mice then I'd care to admit, including most recently the G403 and G703 (basically the same the G403, just wireless). The Pro mouse *crushes* them. I can't tell you how many times I've "upgraded" my technology, only to come to terms with the fact that the new thing is no better, and sometimes worse. But with this Pro mouse, it was an immediate and significant step up. I was actually shocked by how much more natural and comfortable it felt than any other mouse I've used. I thought it might feel too small for my hands, since I'm used to palm-gripping chunkier mice, but I immediately felt comfortable switching to more of a claw grip with this smaller mouse. I think its biggest asset is that it's so *light*. The weight of a mouse never even occurred to me as a relevant consideration, but now I'm obsessed with it.
I think the only possible way you could improve on this mouse is to make it wireless (which exists, but for like three times the cost), or perhaps to make it even lighter. I think paying for wireless is a bit silly, given the price gap - instead, spend fifteen bucks on a bungee, forget that the wire is there, and never worry about recharging. And in terms of a lighter mouse, there *isn't* a significantly lighter mouse from the major manufacturers. The smaller shops that make the ultra-light mice are all back-ordered.
Which is all to say, this is peak mouse. For a mass market mouse, it doesn't get better than this. And on top of that, it is on the cheaper end of the gaming mice range. It's a no-brainer.
Issues I had on day 1: Right click button takes 1-2s to come back up after I hold it down and release (it just gets stuck at the bottom). Possible double click issue after one click (didn't test this long enough to confirm it was an ongoing problem because I returned the mouse immediately). Very disappointed in the product. I was expecting quality because this mouse was recommended by a friend and I've had a Logitech keyboard for years with no issues.
Coming from a tenyearold Logitech G500 Dark Chrome edition mouse, and wary of new product reviews reporting Logitech's left-click issue, I chose this over the G502. A mouse at present day price points should last longer than a few months. This mouse is not a good fit for my large man hands. I find it difficult/uncomfortable to hold during long gaming sessions. I regret my purchase but do recommend this for smaller-handed gamers.
Only been using for a few weeks, but i'm very happy so far with the mouse. Has a solid feel while still being one of the smallest/lightest mice I've ever used. Usually there is a "warm up" period as your hand gets used to the feel of a new mouse, but I had to remind myself after a few days that I was playing with a different mouse; the transition was that easy. Easy customization and a generally accurate and responsive feel go a long way to making this an easy win so far.
Coming from a Steelseries Rival 310 which lasted a whopping 8 months before double clicking, I'm starting to lose hope in gaming mice in general, but I'm really hoping this holds up to the test of time, because I'm very very happy with it so far.
I bought this mouse for my son who likes gaming. On the first day of use, he tells me the logo part on the mouse gets heated that his palm feels hot. I don’t think this is normal. I want to return it, but as it turns out I threw away the box. Now I’ve called Logitech and they tell me that S/N on the bottom of the mouse is not recognized in their system. They want me to take the picture of the mouse and send the proof of purchase. So much for a lousy expensive mouse.
Great but doesn't work in my keyboard usb port, only directly in the back of the computer. I switch my keyboard/mouse between my laptop and desktop and like to just move 1 usb cable so I never use this great mouse now. Maybe it requires usb 2 or powered usb. Has a light, non-jolting click-press which was the key feature I chose it for.
I'm a Logitech fanboy but have to give this one a 3 star. It feels cheap because of how light it is. And personally I prefer the g502 simply due to its ergonomic design for right handed mouse players. Also allows for weight customization. G502 is a better value imo
I originally bought the G Pro Hero (wired) because of the price. I also bought the G Pro Wireless to try both out. They’re both amazing mice, and work and feel great.
But I ultimately found the G Pro Wireless to be the better choice, it was SO comfortable! The G Pro Hero Wired just didn’t have the same ergonomics and grip. The G Pro Wireless has this hump at the back making it way more comfortable to use, plus the wireless is such a bonus to me.