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Originally Posted by ADHDadditiv View Post

Hmm, it said claw yesterday and earlier today.... I swear...
My bad. biggrin.gif
Well, I somehow managed to read it as him saying that he wanted an ambidextrous mouse. The Zowie AM is still a good choice for fingertip, though.

You'd have to be a masochist to do a fingertip grip on one of the Logitech ergonomic mice. They'e alright for palm grip, if you hand is fairly small, though.
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

Well, I somehow managed to read it as him saying that he wanted an ambidextrous mouse. The Zowie AM is still a good choice for fingertip, though.

You'd have to be a masochist to do a fingertip grip on one of the Logitech ergonomic mice. They'e alright for palm grip, if you hand is fairly small, though.
The fingertip parts yes, the small hands no. I have large hands and I can use just about any Logitech mouse comfortably.
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Originally Posted by ADHDadditiv View Post

The fingertip parts yes, the small hands no. I have large hands and I can use just about any Logitech mouse comfortably.
My fingers are too long for the buttons on my G400, so I'm forced to press them with the joints on my fingers. If the buttons extended to the end of the mouse, it would be a lot better for larger hands.
Edited by Art Vanelay - 7/31/13 at 6:14pm
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Hey,
Thanks for all the advice, folks - your forums has been a mine field of hard to find information. I tried to get by just by reading and using my best judgement, but it turns out my judgement is AWFUL. So here's my story:

I've been using a Razer Lachesis the past few years and it's been a fantastic experience feel wise. The right trigger became loose and the screw was giving me a bit of trouble, so instead of doing some quick repairs I decided I could just replace it all together with a new mouse and look at the Lachesis down the road when I needed a spare. Did a bit of looking around and went with a kone pure, primarily for budget reasons.
Not happy with it, though, so hopefully someone here can point me in other directions? I have a week to test drive the Pure, so I have some time to do some more digging and getting more opinions.

1. What's your grip style?
Mostly fingertip, though because of the size of the Lachesis it's partially palm. The Kone Pure is throwing me off because it seems designed like a logitech for a palm grip, but is so small it has to be held in claw. Not a fan of pressing the scrollwheel with my finger joints!
My hands are really small, but holding the Kone makes me wonder if it was made for ants. Probably because I used the lachesis for so long. What're the odds of getting used to a different mouse shape?

2. What's your sensitivity?
High. Kept my Lachesis at 5000-5600 90% of the time. I also play on a cloth mat and barely ever move my hand from the pivot point. Which, on my lachesis, was right at the butt of the mouse for stability, but I can't do that with the Pure. It's causing my hand to cramp up a bit from how much extra pressure I need to exert to hold the mouse still.

3. What's your maximum budget?
Technically I suppose I could go up to $90 to include the Kone's larger brother and some of the Mionix's, but I'd really rather stay around the Pure's budget. I picked it up for $70. I could go elsewhere, but primarily I'd prefer to stay within the stock of Memory Express: http://www.memoryexpress.com/

4. Do you want additional buttons?
The two thumb buttons on the left side of the mouse has been fine for me, but it was primarily the positioning on the lachesis that made them nice. Their low profile and the position made it possible to rest my thumb on both simutaneously, so if I rocked my thumb forward the finger tip activated the front button and rocking it backwards activated the back with the joint. The Kone Pure has two buttons in the same general spot, but I'm finding my self hitting the space BETWEEN the buttons more often than not.

5. What games do you play?
Primarily Warcraft, but I usually check out all the games as they come out, which includes FPS' (though I don't play them as heavily).

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Not really, I can generally get used to settings like these fairly quickly.


... I'm embarrassed to admit how many times my hand slipped and missed the click because of the feel of this mouse while trying to click the bold button. smile.gif
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^ I have to make a decision on this in the next day or so, any comments?
I've warmed up to the pure a bit, but I'd still like to explore my options.

There's also quite a bit of jitter with it on lift off, is this something common to the new roccats or would swapping from a QcK to a hard mat help it? If so, any suggestions? I do prefer cloth mats, but maybe there's a compromise.
post #1196 of 6220
Here I am again with another request. Savu makes my pinkie hurt after a while.

1. What's your grip style?
Very slight claw

2. What's your sensitivity?
1600 DPI, Windows 6/11. 1800 DPI might work too.

3. What's your maximum budget?
Not set yet, open to all suggestions

4. Do you want additional buttons?
The two side buttons at least.

5. What games do you play?
FPS, RTS, pretty much everything

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Do NOT want prediction

7. Other relevant information:
As I said above, Savu makes my pinkie hurt after a while.
Want a "flawless" sensor like 3090.
Also prefer lighter mice, but heavy is fine too. Open to all suggestions.
post #1197 of 6220
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Originally Posted by WhipeeDip View Post

Here I am again with another request. Savu makes my pinkie hurt after a while.
Do you rest your thumb flat against the side? I'm guessing it's because of how the back half of the mouse fits your palm.
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Originally Posted by PUKED View Post

Do you rest your thumb flat against the side? I'm guessing it's because of how the back half of the mouse fits your palm.

Not really, thumb is kind of curved like a claw. The Savu's bottom right end touches the base of my pinkie, affecting the rest of it.
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I have a Logitech M510. It is noticeably jumpy in FPSs when sniping. Is this due to the wireless aspect, and if yes, is there another mouse similar to this (two side buttons, laser or optical (whichever is better), fairly big so I can palm grip it with my beefy hands) at around the same price (I got this for $15 at Best Buy) but with a cable?
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Originally Posted by CynicalUnicorn View Post

I have a Logitech M510. It is noticeably jumpy in FPSs when sniping. Is this due to the wireless aspect, and if yes, is there another mouse similar to this (two side buttons, laser or optical (whichever is better), fairly big so I can palm grip it with my beefy hands) at around the same price (I got this for $15 at Best Buy) but with a cable?
Could you get a DeathAdder, and would their native C.P.I. settings suffice to prevent added latency of the 450 and 900 C.P.I. settings?
Edited by L4dd - 8/7/13 at 6:16pm
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