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Originally Posted by ElectricDelta;13952160 
You'll probably like the shape then. I am coming from the Ikari and the Mionix Naos to the Spawn, and was used to using a hybrid fingertip/palm grip (relaxed, not quite claw, because my fingers aren't bent nearly that much, just holding the mouse). The transition was easy. The Spawn is nice to grip, and easy to lift, using ring and/or pinky fingers on the right side and thumb on the left side. The width of it gives it stability, and the stubby length gives you a little more maneuvering room with your fingertips, especially towards the rear, unlike the other two larger mice I mentioned. You most likely won't full-palm the Spawn, it's too short for that. In fact, I can put the heel of my palm on the mousepad, and, reaching all way over the Spawn with my fingers, touch my index and middle fingers to the mousepad as well.

Thanks. Wait...what was that last bit? Do you have big hands? Or is it really THAT small? ninja.gif
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Thanks. Wait...what was that last bit? Do you have big hands? Or is it really THAT small?
My hands are definitely larger than average. Like getting measured for gloves with a seamstress's tape, it's 21 cm from the end of my wrist to the end of my middle finger, and 21 cm circumference around the middle of my hand. I can't use most smaller or especially narrow mice without getting cramps. The worst mouse for me, ergonomically-speaking, was a Logitech LX7 that my wife used to use on her laptop; I couldn't stand to use that narrow-waisted LX7 at all. The Spawn is wide enough that it's very comfortable to use, it just doesn't fill my palm towards the rear. The Ikari and the Mionix Naos are also two very comfortable mice, to me anyway, and I would even give the Naos the slight edge there, but the Spawn at least rivals them for comfort and trumps them both in the tracking and LOD areas.
    
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Intel Core i7-3770K Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H Gigabyte 580GTX Asus 440GT for PhysX 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
16 GB G.Skill PC3-17000 2133MHz @1.65V Samsung Model 830 - 256GB SSD Samsung Model 470- 128GB SSD 2x Samsung 1 TB F3's in RAID 0 
Optical DriveCoolingOSMonitor
LG Bluray Combo Zalman Performa 10X Windows 7 64-bit Asus VG278HE 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
SS (Ideazon) Merc Stealth Corsair AX850 Corsair Carbide 500R CM Spawn 
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post #23 of 23
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My hands are definitely larger than average. Like getting measured for gloves with a seamstress's tape, it's 21 cm from the end of my wrist to the end of my middle finger, and 21 cm circumference around the middle of my hand. I can't use most smaller or especially narrow mice without getting cramps. The worst mouse for me, ergonomically-speaking, was a Logitech LX7 that my wife used to use on her laptop; I couldn't stand to use that narrow-waisted LX7 at all. The Spawn is wide enough that it's very comfortable to use, it just doesn't fill my palm towards the rear. The Ikari and the Mionix Naos are also two very comfortable mice, to me anyway, and I would even give the Naos the slight edge there, but the Spawn at least rivals them for comfort and trumps them both in the tracking and LOD areas.
Oh okay. If my hand was 3cm bigger I could probably do that/almost do that on my current mouse!

Thanks for all the helpful info!
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