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post #1201 of 6260
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Originally Posted by WhipeeDipΒ View Post

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.
Oh okay, I know what you mean. I bet you'd like the WMO/SteelSeries/Zowie kind of shape since it has a wider base and peaks more towards the middle.

Out of those the closest you're looking is the FK, although it has weird DPI for you (1200 and 2300 are closest, and 2300 can be jittery on some pads).

Apart from those maybe the CM Storm Spawn or EC2.
post #1202 of 6260
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Originally Posted by CynicalUnicornΒ 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?

Expensive, but I have a friend with one. I'll see if I can convince him to let me test-drive it.
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post #1203 of 6260
1. What's your grip style?
I don't really know - i'll try to explain.
1a. on my old MS X8 the parts of my hand touching the mouse are my fingers (the whole last didget of the finger, not the very tip like i see in 'claw' photos), thumb and I grib the right side of the mouse with my whole right pinky including the base of it where it meets the palm. I find this comfortable.
1b. On my my newer steelseries kana - only my fingers touch the mouse as it's so much smaller than the x8.

2. What's your sensitivity?

mid - i can adapt to anything commonly set as a default . the low and high settings on the mouse are useless to me.

3. What's your maximum budget?
none.

4. Do you want additional buttons?
thumb buttons - up to two are useful

5. What games do you play?
League, starcraft, RPGs, the occasion mmo

6. Do you mind about prediction?
no idea.

7. Other relevant information:
I had a 518 a long while back - i did like the general shape, but my pinky would sometimes drag on the mouse mat which was a bit uncomfortable.

I'm in Aussie - think some brands like zowie are a little hard to obtain. Could be wrong
post #1204 of 6260
Didn't want to start a new thread over this, so this is the closest related thread I could find.
I'm looking around for new mice (after getting my Savu and realizing that maybe I should test shapes first) and was wondering if Best Buy lets you test mice (closest store to me).
post #1205 of 6260
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Originally Posted by WhipeeDipΒ View Post

Didn't want to start a new thread over this, so this is the closest related thread I could find.
I'm looking around for new mice (after getting my Savu and realizing that maybe I should test shapes first) and was wondering if Best Buy lets you test mice (closest store to me).
I.I.R.C., BestBuy's return policy is no questions for fifteen days unless it would be damaged or have missing parts, but i returned an older S.B. X-Fi without its remote and driver C.D. Please, if true, someone confirm this. I returned so many P.C. parts at BestBuy, so I doubt that they would not accept your return within their allotted timeframe.
post #1206 of 6260
After having a go a wireless mice, I'm now sure I want to remain "wired".

So here we go again, maybe this time somebody dignifies my post with a reply:

1. What's your grip style?

Fingertyp

2. What's your sensitivity?

9/11

3. What's your maximum budget?

As little as possible, as much as needed.

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Wouldn't hurt, but I don't see what for.

5. What games do you play?

Only SC2 1v1.

6. Do you mind about prediction?

Not sure.

7. Other relevant information:

Wired, preferably silver or maybe white and if at all possible made out of metal.
post #1207 of 6260
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Originally Posted by FurryPawsΒ View Post

After having a go a wireless mice, I'm now sure I want to remain "wired".

So here we go again, maybe this time somebody dignifies my post with a reply:

1. What's your grip style?

Fingertyp

2. What's your sensitivity?

9/11

3. What's your maximum budget?

As little as possible, as much as needed.

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Wouldn't hurt, but I don't see what for.

5. What games do you play?

Only SC2 1v1.

6. Do you mind about prediction?

Not sure.

7. Other relevant information:

Wired, preferably silver or maybe white and if at all possible made out of metal.

You might like the corsair mice, as they tend to have metal bodies and look like they'd work well with a fingertip grip. They are really heavy as a result of this, though.

The Zowie AM is a really nice mouse if you want to do a fingertip grip, and the FG variant is white.
post #1208 of 6260
1. What's your grip style?
It changes. Most of the time I use a fingertip grip but when I play twitch shooter I often move my hand up into a quasi claw grip.

2. What's your sensitivity?
Pretty low, usually between 1600-2400

3. What's your maximum budget?
Don't really have one

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Forward, back other then that I don't really care. A couple would be nice for mmos but not if they are clunky/ in the way (Naga)

5. What games do you play?
RTS/ FPS/MMO

6. Do you mind about prediction?
I'd prefer no prediction.

7. Other relevant information:

A couple of things:
I play a couple of games that require incredibly fast, incredibly accurate clicking. I run a metronome in the background to help and on average I am doing a 2 click combo at 208 bpm. My last mouse was a Naos 3200 and in the past couple of months the left and right click have been getting progressively worse, sometimes double clicking when I single click, sometimes not holding a click down, and sometimes just not clicking at all. I was wondering if all mice will degrade like this or if there are mice with high quality switches that can take this kind of punishment.

LOD doesn't matter to me, I rarely lift the mouse off the keyboard, and when I do I raise it pretty high.

At the same time that I grab this mouse I also want to get a new mousepad, and was hoping to get a plastic one instead of cloth for the ease of cleaning and the overall slipperiness of it. Is mousepad texture 100% up to me, or do some sensors work better on cloth vs plastic? If the mouse you recommend will work on plastic could you also throw in a recommendation as to the best plastic mousepads out there?

Thanks
Edited by Pirius - 8/13/13 at 9:38am
post #1209 of 6260
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Originally Posted by PiriusΒ View Post

1. What's your grip style?
It changes. Most of the time I use a fingertip grip but when I play twitch shooter I often move my hand up into a quasi claw grip.

2. What's your sensitivity?
Pretty low, usually between 1600-2400

3. What's your maximum budget?
Don't really have one

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Forward, back other then that I don't really care. A couple would be nice for mmos but not if they are clunky/ in the way (Naga)

5. What games do you play?
RTS/ FPS/MMO

6. Do you mind about prediction?
I'd prefer no prediction.

7. Other relevant information:

A couple of things:
I play a couple of games that require incredibly fast, incredibly accurate clicking. I run a metronome in the background to help and on average I am doing a 2 click combo at 208 bpm. My last mouse was a Naos 3200 and in the past couple of months the left and right click have been getting progressively worse, sometimes double clicking when I single click, sometimes not holding a click down, and sometimes just not clicking at all. I was wondering if all mice will degrade like this or if there are mice with high quality switches that can take this kind of punishment.

LOD doesn't matter to me, I rarely lift the mouse off the keyboard, and when I do I raise it pretty high.

At the same time that I grab this mouse I also want to get a new mousepad, and was hoping to get a plastic one instead of cloth for the ease of cleaning and the overall slipperiness of it. Is mousepad texture 100% up to me, or do some sensors work better on cloth vs plastic? If the mouse you recommend will work on plastic could you also throw in a recommendation as to the best plastic mousepads out there?

Thanks
I'd consider 1600 DPI to be medium sensitivity. Low is 400 or 800 DPI.

The Roccat Savu might be good for you. It seems like it would fit well if you were doing a fingertip or claw grip. It has Omron switches, as well, which are the best for extremely fast clicking.

I've heard a lot of good things about the Steelseries 9HD. if only they made on the size of the Qck+, I'd buy one.
post #1210 of 6260
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Originally Posted by Art VanelayΒ View Post

You might like the corsair mice, as they tend to have metal bodies and look like they'd work well with a fingertip grip. They are really heavy as a result of this, though.

The Zowie AM is a really nice mouse if you want to do a fingertip grip, and the FG variant is white.

Did you just know this by heart?

Thanks for the great recommendations, I love the simple look of the Zowie AM-FG!
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