This mouse was a great purchase it is one of the best mice i have used for gaming no problems at all.
The Logitech gaming mouse is a great mouse just not for my needs.
I say "seemingly" because this is more likely a problem with my mechanics than with the mouse's electronics, but nevertheless I find that what I thought I heard as a click did not register.Another issue I have with the design of the mouse is the placement of the left-side buttons.
I love this mouse right out of the box, my hands are a bit on the smaller side so its perfect for me but the mouse is not too small.I prefer a mouse that works well for RTS and FPS, for RTS I play Starcraft 2 pretty competitively and CSGO and Rainbow Six Siege casually (I use to be a seasoned CSGO player), and I gotta say they work very well for both.In this review I will be comparing mostly to the Razer Deathadder (specifically the chroma edition)Reasons why I decided to buy this:My deathadder chroma is great for FPS, but felt a bit hefty for RTS (Starcraft 2), as well as the clicks I couldn't click lightly with the middle-upper part of my index finger I had to do an almost deep click with the tip of my index finger for a click to register (for RTS there is alot of clicking that goes on so I prefer a mouse with light convenient clicks).Also the shape and size of the deathadder felt uncomfortable for long RTS gaming sessions, again my hand is on the smaller side.Also the deathadder being the right handed model, I felt the chunky part of my palm where my thumb is connected gripped the bottom left part of the mouse to the point where I couldn't maneuver my hands towards the front of the mouse while playing without lifting my hand off the mouse (hope that makes sense).Now for my baby for RTS gaming is the Razer Abyssus Optical gaming mouse, this baby is the one for RTS it has helped me get into Diamond league.
The Logitech G Pro Hero hits home for FPS and RTS, not being too light or too small, just the right pinch for a great versatile mouse.Pros:- Good Weight : Just enough weight that makes you feel like you're using something authentic and the light-medium weight also helps with control so it doesn't feel like you're holding light plastic.- Good shape and size : The shape is ambidextrous and the size is great for RTS and FPS.- Good Clicks : The clicks are almost crisp like a deathadder, and the sound is like there is a little heft to it which is fine.The Scroll button (aka mouse 3) requires a bit of weight which I feel indifferent about but will continue to test.- Looks : Looks great, the 2 side controls on the left side of the mouse requires a little more force than a deathadder which is fine.- Other : There is a button to switch between different dpi's which is wonderful, every new gaming mouse should have this, along with the 2 side buttons.
The mouse buttons are not nearly as high quality as my G502, which is disappointing because I like the form factor of the G Pro.Test it yourself, try clicking quickly with it.
Mouse worked great for a while, no problems until it died out of the blue.
The mouse is useless a month after the warranty.
I wish i had written this review earlier to save some people some money.This mouse is a piece of poo and i have a feeling the only reason they made it was to use up extra resources they had.The sensor is great but everything else is BAD BAD and BAD.