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Using Zowie FK and Logitech G400 atm.. Waiting to see how Ninox Aurora turns out.

 

I have 7.9 inch hands and fingertip grip, what mice would you guys recommend with similar tracking performance to my current ones?

post #497 of 516

Welcome! G400 is great. I think I have the original version called MX518. I've had the MX518 for maybe 10 years now. Still going strong on my gf's computer.

 

What are your guys' favorite grip-shape and mouse? Also, why do you prefer your particular grip-shape? Mine is the palm and so far I love the Logitech G700. Any other palm-grip mice to recommend over the G700?

 

 

 

Just a random thing, I also have the Corsair K95 and Razer Black Widow keyboards as well. 


Edited by wind016 - 9/25/13 at 6:11pm
post #498 of 516
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Originally Posted by wind016 View Post
 

Welcome! G400 is great. I think I have the original version called MX518. I've had the MX518 for maybe 10 years now. Still going strong on my gf's computer.

 

What are your guys' favorite grip-shape and mouse? Also, why do you prefer your particular grip-shape? Mine is the palm and so far I love the Logitech G700. Any other palm-grip mice to recommend over the G700?

 

 

 

Just a random thing, I also have the Corsair K95 and Razer Black Widow keyboards as well. 

 

I'd take the G400 over the G700 any day.

 

Every mouse I've used has some flaw to it, but my favourite so far has to be the Zowie FK, great sensor performance and clicky, responsive buttons. A bit narrow though.

 

I use fingertip grip, that's just the way I hold my mouse without thinking about it.

post #499 of 516
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Originally Posted by Emospence View Post
 

Using Zowie FK and Logitech G400 atm.. Waiting to see how Ninox Aurora turns out.

 

I have 7.9 inch hands and fingertip grip, what mice would you guys recommend with similar tracking performance to my current ones?

 

I would say the G100s, before I was using the FK, it was quite nice but the G100s is way better to me, lighter, great shape and very good sensor (I can't make it skip). It is smaller than the FK so it should be better for fingetip grip.

The Aurora is more for claw grip or even palm grip. The rear falls down sooner but it is a bit longer that you can't really use it for fingertip grip or it is very difficult (unless you have big hands).

post #500 of 516
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I would say the G100s, before I was using the FK, it was quite nice but the G100s is way better to me, lighter, great shape and very good sensor (I can't make it skip). It is smaller than the FK so it should be better for fingetip grip.

The Aurora is more for claw grip or even palm grip. The rear falls down sooner but it is a bit longer that you can't really use it for fingertip grip or it is very difficult (unless you have big hands).

 

I'm already feeling the FK is a little too thin and low for me :/

post #501 of 516

By smaller, I meant the g100s is shorter. Otherwise it's taller (or at least it feels taller) and wider.

post #502 of 516

I have a Mionix Naos 5000. Best mouse I've ever used. I use a claw/palm hybrid grip and have large hands. Very good fit and ergonomics. Rubberized finish doesn't get as hot as I thought it would. I also love the software to change the settings, though it was a pain in the rear to download. 28th of October will be 3 years that I've had this mouse and have put it through clicking hell.

post #503 of 516
Been using the logitech g9x for over 2 years and have enjoyed it every moment (besides the DOA one I received when I originally purchased it).
Unfortunately I believe it may be dying so I'm wondering if I should just wait til it goes on sale for about $50 or get a different mouse.
I see brands like mionix and ninox popping up here which I've never heard of before =O
I like the general size of the g9x, just not how low the scroll wheel is.
post #504 of 516

Logitech G5 here.   I hope it doesn't break, because every other gaming mouse out there is either too small, too light, or shaped as if it's designed to be used by a mechanoid instead of a human being :)

post #505 of 516
Razer Deathadder. Its lasted me for years now, and its a pretty damn sturdy and durable mouse!
post #506 of 516

I'm hating Razer. I believe I had 2 or 3 Razer products (?) but it's a disappointment. I'm just waiting for my Orochi to die so I can get something new.

post #507 of 516

Ok, my Naos 5000 died the other day and I replaced it with Gigabyte Krypton. You can swap feet out, between ceramic and teflon. Teflon is very smooth, while ceramic is very slick. On a cloth surface, the ceramic is a great blend of control and speed. DPI change on the fly, macros and weight adjustment are all there, as they seem to be common place on a lot of gaming mice nowadays. DPI can be set as high as 8200, but anything above 3000 is just too sensitive for me. The grip took some getting used to, but this seems to be me being accustomed to the Naos for 3 years. I am used to this one now. The jury is still out on durability, but I love it so far.

post #508 of 516

I am using Logitech Performance MX for about 4 years, no complaints at all.   

post #509 of 516

Primary mouse is the Logitech G400, have to love the MX518 coming back to life in a new shell.

post #510 of 516

using Razer 

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