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post #181 of 690
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Kinzu is much easier to control. Xai is more comfortable but harder to control - a bit too big for me... (back of Xai is too wide)
I'm trying to get used to the Kinzu. It's causing some cramps but I do think I could probably aim better with it. I agree with you.

I just end up being in pain after using it unfortunately. . Will I get used to that or will I always get those cramps?
post #182 of 690
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Originally Posted by jeffxx View Post
Xai = normal people

Kinzu = infants, children, awkward adults

I feel bad for Kinzu users.

Kinzu isn't that small. :[


I take it you haven't tried a Korean Salmosa Pro Gaming Edition. Things impossible to use unless you have REALLY small hands and fingertip.
post #183 of 690
It's pretty damn small. I own a Mico too. I used it for 3 mins. Good god that thing is tiny.

I think I'll give the kinzu a day of use. See how it goes.
post #184 of 690
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I'm trying to get used to the Kinzu. It's causing some cramps but I do think I could probably aim better with it. I agree with you.

I just end up being in pain after using it unfortunately. frown.gif. Will I get used to that or will I always get those cramps?

I use the Kinzu with clawgrip, but without my pinky on the mouse, and my ringfinger touches the mouse with the side of the finger and not with the usual part. I can play forever without getting cramps or pain.
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Yeah I've been using WMO/Xai for a while now and I'm probably just not used to the smaller size of the kinzu.
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I'm trying to get used to the Kinzu. It's causing some cramps but I do think I could probably aim better with it. I agree with you.

I just end up being in pain after using it unfortunately. . Will I get used to that or will I always get those cramps?
Well, I get cramps too but not always. It depends... (I guess how hard I'm gaming...)

I get cramps only to my pinky finger cause it's position quite weirdo when I'm gaming. o_O (I use claw-fingertip grip)

I've never get cramps when I'm not gaming (web surfing etc.) because then my grip changes to more like palm grip.

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Edit: My pinky is the same level with my thumb on the other side.
Edited by cROKODILE - 8/20/11 at 1:36pm
post #187 of 690
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Originally Posted by thuNDa View Post
I use the Kinzu with clawgrip, but without my pinky on the mouse, and my ringfinger touches the mouse with the side of the finger and not with the usual part. I can play forever without getting cramps or pain.
That really works. Palm-gripping doesn't either cause cramping.
Edited by cROKODILE - 8/20/11 at 1:37pm
post #188 of 690
For you guys that use a claw grip... do you ever hit the extra side buttons by accident? Like im right handed, so the buttons on the right side of the mouse would be useless for me. do they get in the way? seems kinda awkward...

im using a G9 now and really want to switch to something different so the Sensei looks pretty decent.
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i have never hit any buttons on any mouse with right side buttons. and i use a claw/fingertip grip. how do you like your g9? i was also thinking of trying this as ive read its great for fingertip grip
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i have never hit any buttons on any mouse with right side buttons. and i use a claw/fingertip grip. how do you like your g9? i was also thinking of trying this as ive read its great for fingertip grip
Well ive been using it for 3+ years so I guess its good. It very thin which is great for claw style grips. For me personally, my pinky sits in a bad spot so I want to find something new.

The Sensei looks great but i think i should find another Steel Series mouse in my hand before I drop $90 on it. lol
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