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post #1041 of 6279
How is the shape on the Sensei?

I noticed it was ambidextrous, does this sacrifice how comfortable it is to a right handed gamer?
post #1042 of 6279
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Originally Posted by joshvr View Post

If you want to keep using 1600 dpi setting I would recommend:

Deathadder 2013 or older models: consistent tracking (no acceleration or prediction),112g (without cable), 5 programmable buttons

g400: consistent tracking (no acceleration or prediction),106g (without cable), 8 programmable buttons

CM storm recon: consistent tracking (no acceleration or prediction),102g (without cable), 7 programmable buttons

ss sensei: no prediction but has minor acceleration, 102g (without cable), 7 programmable buttons

See if you like those shapes smile.gif. I can give you more options if you would move from 1600dpi.

I am willing to budge of 1600 DPI its just the current one I'm using so its more preferential.

This might be a bit of a nub question but how does what DPI you play at affect what mouse you buy?
post #1043 of 6279
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Originally Posted by Evil Monkey View Post

I am willing to budge of 1600 DPI its just the current one I'm using so its more preferential.

This might be a bit of a nub question but how does what DPI you play at affect what mouse you buy?
It does because some mice track better at certain dpi than other settings, but some dpi settings on mice are unusable. If you are after more performance you might use a certain dpi on the mouse and adjust using in-game sensitivity. how many inches/cm in-game does it take you to do a 360 turn?
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Originally Posted by Evil Monkey View Post

How is the shape on the Sensei?

I noticed it was ambidextrous, does this sacrifice how comfortable it is to a right handed gamer?
It doesn't depending on how you grip the mouse, for example people who palm their mice normally prefer ergonomic mice and people who claw/fingertip normally prefer ambidextrous mice (http://www.razerzone.com/mouseguide/ergonomic).

Its a nice shape for claw but also for palm. What mice have you used that you like the shape of?
Edited by joshvr - 4/24/13 at 7:56am
post #1044 of 6279
I've had good success with both the G400 and the Razer DeathAdder (original version, I'm sure the new one is great). I used them mainly for FPS and would pick the G400 for smaller hand/DeathAdder for bigger hand size. Both comfortable but different shapes so look into before purchasing.
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post #1045 of 6279
1. What's your grip style?

Claw, small hands

2. What's your sensitivity?

High

3. What's your maximum budget?

Money is no object

4. Do you want additional buttons?

At least 2 buttons on the left

5. What games do you play?

Dota 2

6. Do you mind about prediction?

I dont know
post #1046 of 6279
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Originally Posted by joshvr View Post

It does because some mice track better at certain dpi than other settings, but some dpi settings on mice are unusable. If you are after more performance you might use a certain dpi on the mouse and adjust using in-game sensitivity. how many inches/cm in-game does it take you to do a 360 turn?

It takes about 5.5 cm to do a full 360 in PS2
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It doesn't depending on how you grip the mouse, for example people who palm their mice normally prefer ergonomic mice and people who claw/fingertip normally prefer ambidextrous mice (http://www.razerzone.com/mouseguide/ergonomic).

Its a nice shape for claw but also for palm. What mice have you used that you like the shape of?

At the moment I'm using a Roccat Kone [+] which is actually broken-ish and the distributor won't take it back. I'm gripping it like this http://imgur.com/a/0xLuH which isn't the most comfortable but its what I'm used to.
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1.What's your grip style? Palm

2. What's your sensitivity? 6/11 windows, 1800dpi

3. What's your maximum budget? The cheaper the better as long as the mice meets the requirements

4. Do you want additional buttons? Yes, preferably 1 or 2 on the left side, don’t mind if it doesn't have on the right, and if it does have it must be well positioned in order to not make it uncomfortable

5. What games do you play? MMO/MOBA

6. Do you mind about prediction? Prefer no prediction, but if it does have it can’t be too heavy

7. Other relevant information: I currently use a DA Black Edition and in terms of shape it suits my hand but I feel it’s too big. Basically I like the ergonomic style, the mice has to be big enough to allow room for my “ring finger” to rest (mices like Kinzu v2 or Logitech G400 don’t allow room for it) but not too big in length/height.
Mices that I know it suit my handle style but for some reason I don’t like them: DA (bit too big); Logitech G9X (sensor jitters hard); Steelseries Xai (acceleration very noticeable).
I don’t know if there’s any mice around but for reference I do love Huano switches, tried them on a Zowie Mico and they felt great, too bad the mice is too small.

I know i'm very picky when it comes to this, its just due to my tendency to develop carpel tunnel due to long periods at the computer i really need to find, in some way, the most comfortable mice possible.
Hope someone can help me out.

EDIT: Something i forgot to mention, the mice is to be used on a cloth mousepad (Razer Goliathus) so good tracking on it is a must.
Edited by DaBearZ - 4/25/13 at 7:07am
post #1048 of 6279
^ You tried Zowie EC2? It's basically the only option if you want a smaller DA.
post #1049 of 6279
I haven't tried the EC2 evo, but doesn't it have issues with colored cloth pads or something? Having Huano switches is a bonus when considering it!
post #1050 of 6279
Yeah, I hear people say it performs worse on those. On uniform pads it should work great, though, and I can tell I have no problems with my QCK. Up to you if you are ready to buy a new pad for it, it's not like a good gaming pad would cost that much tongue.gif
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