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post #1171 of 6279
Funny you should mention the Anker, Mister Jalal, as I had been looking at it along with the E-Blue. The thunder pattern is a bit flashy for my taste, but practicality trumps aesthetics in the longer span of things. One question I have is if it would be wiser to take the step up to the Anker 5000 in its place. The only downside I caught particular notice of is the slightly smaller stature. Would it be a better choice to spare the extra four dollars to purchase that in place of the 4000, or is the 4000 just as suitable?

The Saphira appears to be a rather solid mouse, but the prediction factor mixed with the higher price point makes it slightly less desirable. Looking at the Anker 4000 I'm fairly certain that the ring finger would find a comfortable place to rest given the chance.

Thank you for your help thus far, Sir. After doing a bit of research on the both of them I'm fairly certain that an Anker of some sort is foreseeable in my future. Given your input on which is the better of the two I'm confident I'll end up quite pleased.
post #1172 of 6279
The Anker 5000 side grips seem like that one of the Sharkoon fireglider, they collect a lot of unidentifiable dirt and are not easy to clean. I dislike that. Uses appereantly the ADNS-9500 Sensor, has slight positive acceleration, but maybe it's negligible (with your playstyle). The one of the Anker 4000 (ADNS-3090) is seen as superior by most people.

What I worry about with the 5000 is its weight distribution. If it's the same as with the Sharkoon Fireglider, then there are two levels of PCB at the front, making the mouse nose heavy without those additional weights in it. Or you put them in and you've got a heavy mouse. Well, maybe they didn't, it's a whole other mold. Should search for pics of it dissassembled or of the Sharkoon Drakonia or same mold. (Who started with this mold anyway)

EDIT: Anker 4000 interpolates 4000 dpi from it's native maximum of 2000. Don't know which sensor, but high chance of prediction.
Edited by Jalal - 7/24/13 at 4:56pm
post #1173 of 6279
1. What's your grip style?

Fingertip

2. What's your sensitivity?

1200-1500

3. What's your maximum budget?

whatever

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Would be nice but not a necessity

5. What games do you play?

FPS mostly

6. Do you mind about prediction?

I dont know what prediction means in a mouse rolleyes.gif

7. Other relevant informations: I´m using an a4tech XL 740 BK (it´s the only one mice I´ve ever had at the moment) and I grip it like fingertip despite to be palm mouse. I have medium-small hands. I had considered Zowie FK


SIZES

a4tech XL 740BK----125,12 x 72,11 x 42,31 mm

Zowie FK---124 x 64 x 36 mm
Edited by shuprimo - 7/25/13 at 4:29am
post #1174 of 6279
Are people differentiating between claw grip and finger tip grip. My own personal differentiation is that claw grip uses two fingers on top. The index finger on left mouse, the middle finger on right mouse, and the ring finger hanging off the side. Finger tip grip is index finger on left mouse, middle finger on scroll wheel, ring finger on right mouse.

So my grip is my above defintion of finger tip grip. So the G400 and DeathAdder seem to be more for palm grip. I've heard good thing about the Abyssus, but no side mouse buttons (I could maybe live with that). I'm hearing good things about CM Storm Spawn and Zowie mice, but don't know much about them. It seems that the best ergonomic style seems to be those mice without side buttons, but ideally I would like a couple since it's nice to have for some complex games with lots of key bindings like Arma 3 or I guess any MMO.
post #1175 of 6279
Just made this account to ask for your your help. Thank you for keeping this thread stickied.

1. What's your grip style? - Fingertip

2. What's your sensitivity? - I don't know precisely, always used an old microsoft comfort 1000 (optical)

3. What's your maximum budget? Don't really want ot spend much more than £40 but willing to go higher for good quality/well suited mouse. Maybe £60?

4. Do you want additional buttons? Not really.

5. What games do you play? LoL

6. Do you mind about prediction? Prefer not to have it, not a deal breaker though.

7. Other relevant information:
Input anything else you want.
some examples: LOD, ambidextrous shape, weight, wireless, non-braided cord, glossy finish, button activation force, driverless, onboard memory, etc

Prefer corded, none-lightweight mouse (adjustable weights are a huge plus to me). Rubberised is good, ambidextrous is good but only as a bonus. I have quite large hands, so small mice are not good for me.
Edited by Krill - 7/28/13 at 8:33am
post #1176 of 6279
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Originally Posted by Phoran View Post

I am currently looking at the corsair m65/95 and the g600, but im open for other suggestions.
Thanks for your input
Corsair mice tend to be way too heavy, so they're not great for FPS.
post #1177 of 6279
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Originally Posted by Krill View Post

Just made this account to ask for your your help. Thank you for keeping this thread stickied.

1. What's your grip style? - Fingertip

2. What's your sensitivity? - I don't know precisely, always used an old microsoft comfort 1000 (optical)

3. What's your maximum budget? Don't really want ot spend much more than £40 but willing to go higher for good quality/well suited mouse. Maybe £60?

4. Do you want additional buttons? Not really.

5. What games do you play? LoL

6. Do you mind about prediction? Prefer not to have it, not a deal breaker though.

7. Other relevant information:
Input anything else you want.
some examples: LOD, ambidextrous shape, weight, wireless, non-braided cord, glossy finish, button activation force, driverless, onboard memory, etc

Prefer corded, none-lightweight mouse (adjustable weights are a huge plus to me). Rubberised is good, ambidextrous is good but only as a bonus. I have quite large hands, so small mice are not good for me.
Looks like you want a Logitech G500.
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post #1178 of 6279
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Looks like you want a Logitech G500.
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seriously though, you pretty much described a zowie AM/FK.
Edited by Art Vanelay - 7/31/13 at 9:12am
post #1179 of 6279
Krill, could you fingertip grip a C.M. Recon?
post #1180 of 6279
I suppose I could give both of those a look, thank you for your help smile.gif
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