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post #1471 of 6287
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Originally Posted by ADHDadditiv View Post

Ok so your saying that wired is generally better probably because of polling rate and DPI. So the G602 has a polling rate of 500hz, most wired mice are at about 750, some at 1000+, you will not see a noticable difference from 500hz to 750hz, most people can't see the actual difference (I can but thats a different story). DPI is no big deal for you as you only want 1800DPI, the mouse caps at 2500DPI.
As for batteries, I haven't even used an 1/8th battery life and I've used mine for roughly 60 hours. They say that two duracell batteries will make the mouse last for 250 hours, I can totally believe that. And thats in 500hz mode, for desktop use, flick the switch, lowers the polling rate to 250hz. In power saver mode you can get battery life of an estimated 1440 hours. So battery life isnt really an issue. Sure you have to change the batteries once a month if you leave it on gaming mode, OH NO! Thats going to be so much extra money.
As for easier, I dont know about you, but the wire on my MMO 7 gets caught on everything.

Realistically, this is the only wireless mouse I would ever recommend for gaming use. Lots of other mice have given wireless a bad name, give this one a try and you won't regret it, I promise.

My mouse never catches on anything, so that's not a problem, I don't care about costs on batteries, I'm just lazy, and I would much prefer not having the extra buttons on the side, as I have that on my Naga and I don't ever use them, so I don't really want them.
post #1472 of 6287
1. What's your grip style?
Palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
Low. 400 or 800 dpi most of the time

3. What's your maximum budget?
Doesn't matter

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Foward and Back buttons for sure

5. What games do you play?
CS:GO, COD, BF, QL, and many more (mostly a competitive fps player)

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Would prefer not to have any but a little bit is tolerable

7. Other relevant information:
My hands are big (20.5 cm, 8 inches) and i have a hard time finding any mouse that will allow for me to palmgrip a mouse. The best mouse size wise i have found is a IE3.0 but because i enjoy a low sensitivity the malfunction speed can get very annoying.

The Mice I own/have owned:
G400
G500
G700
IE3.0
Sensei
EC1

and i have used several others :/
post #1473 of 6287
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Originally Posted by relicz View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
Low. 400 or 800 dpi most of the time

3. What's your maximum budget?
Doesn't matter

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Foward and Back buttons for sure

5. What games do you play?
CS:GO, COD, BF, QL, and many more (mostly a competitive fps player)

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Would prefer not to have any but a little bit is tolerable

7. Other relevant information:
My hands are big (20.5 cm, 8 inches) and i have a hard time finding any mouse that will allow for me to palmgrip a mouse. The best mouse size wise i have found is a IE3.0 but because i enjoy a low sensitivity the malfunction speed can get very annoying.

The Mice I own/have owned:
G400
G500
G700
IE3.0
Sensei
EC1

and i have used several others :/

The Deathadder 3.5G could be a decent fit. It's a little on the heavy side, though. The shape's similar to the EC1 but curvier.

The CM Storm Spawn is also a good mouse, but I don't think the shape would be good.

What were your specific complaints with the EC1 and the G400?
post #1474 of 6287
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

The Deathadder 3.5G could be a decent fit. It's a little on the heavy side, though. The shape's similar to the EC1 but curvier.

The CM Storm Spawn is also a good mouse, but I don't think the shape would be good.

What were your specific complaints with the EC1 and the G400?
forgot to put that i used to have a deathadder 2013 until that broke. For me the deathadder is to small along with the g400. The EC1 has a horrible clicking distance imo and also the dpi steps i find to be quite annoying.
post #1475 of 6287
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Originally Posted by relicz View Post

forgot to put that i used to have a deathadder 2013 until that broke. For me the deathadder is to small along with the g400. The EC1 has a horrible clicking distance imo and also the dpi steps i find to be quite annoying.
Well, if you find the Deathadder and the G400 too small, there's really not much you can do other than adapt. I have the same problem myself and have really found no solution.

I agree with you about DPI steps on Zowie mice, they are awful.
post #1476 of 6287
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

Well, if you find the Deathadder and the G400 too small, there's really not much you can do other than adapt. I have the same problem myself and have really found no solution.

I agree with you about DPI steps on Zowie mice, they are awful.
Pretty much what i thought but figured I'd ask. I remember on either this forum or another i once saw like a mold-able rubber/plastic that you could use to make the mouse a little larger but i couldn't recall the name on the substance. Any idea what it is?
post #1477 of 6287
1. What's your grip style?

Palm, and I also have rather large hands (XL gloves, 9.5 inch span)

2. What's your sensitivity?

High

3. What's your maximum budget?

Unlimited, I guess

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Back and forward, minimum, maybe a DPI switch and a "sniper mode" would be nice, but optional

5. What games do you play?

Mostly RPG's recently, but I still FPS and strategy games a lot of the time.

6. Do you mind about prediction?

I honestly don't know.

7. Other relevant information:

I currently have a Cyborg RAT 7, I like everything about the mouse, the pinky rest so I'm not dragging my pinky on my mouse pad, and the overall ergonomics of the mouse itself are decent. The only thing I don't like, and which is very important, is that damn sensor. It's terrible, I actually have to blow on it at times because the sensor loses track of where it's at, and only works horizontally until I blow on it. It doesn't happen often, but I've finally got fed up with it after a marathon session of gaming one night.
post #1478 of 6287
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Originally Posted by Dregur View Post

1. What's your grip style?

Palm, and I also have rather large hands (XL gloves, 9.5 inch span)

2. What's your sensitivity?

High

3. What's your maximum budget?

Unlimited, I guess

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Back and forward, minimum, maybe a DPI switch and a "sniper mode" would be nice, but optional

5. What games do you play?

Mostly RPG's recently, but I still FPS and strategy games a lot of the time.

6. Do you mind about prediction?

I honestly don't know.

7. Other relevant information:

I currently have a Cyborg RAT 7, I like everything about the mouse, the pinky rest so I'm not dragging my pinky on my mouse pad, and the overall ergonomics of the mouse itself are decent. The only thing I don't like, and which is very important, is that damn sensor. It's terrible, I actually have to blow on it at times because the sensor loses track of where it's at, and only works horizontally until I blow on it. It doesn't happen often, but I've finally got fed up with it after a marathon session of gaming one night.
Hey there, I had the exact same problem as you. Large hands, wanted buttons and good DPI so I got the MMO7. My god that sensor is annoying. I personally went to the Logitech G602. I find it just as comfortable as just as responsive despite the low DPI. The optical sensors are really fast at the lower DPI's. Basically the highest DPI I was using on the MMO7 was 4300. Now I find 2500 really fast with this mouse. Currently gaming on 1700dpi, desktop is at 1200.
Another great mouse for large palms is the Logitech G700/s or G500. Good dpi, nice amount of buttons (on the G700) and comfortable. Seriously logitech is the only mouse I look at anymore for large, palm grip mice.
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post #1479 of 6287
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Originally Posted by ADHDadditiv View Post

Hey there, I had the exact same problem as you. Large hands, wanted buttons and good DPI so I got the MMO7. My god that sensor is annoying. I personally went to the Logitech G602. I find it just as comfortable as just as responsive despite the low DPI. The optical sensors are really fast at the lower DPI's. Basically the highest DPI I was using on the MMO7 was 4300. Now I find 2500 really fast with this mouse. Currently gaming on 1700dpi, desktop is at 1200.
Another great mouse for large palms is the Logitech G700/s or G500. Good dpi, nice amount of buttons (on the G700) and comfortable. Seriously logitech is the only mouse I look at anymore for large, palm grip mice.

I appreciate the response, but I do have concerns about the buttons of the Gxxx mice I found. They feel sorta cheap to me, especially the click action on the main L/R buttons. Is that just me, or a button travel that I'm just not used to?
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Originally Posted by Dregur View Post

I appreciate the response, but I do have concerns about the buttons of the Gxxx mice I found. They feel sorta cheap to me, especially the click action on the main L/R buttons. Is that just me, or a button travel that I'm just not used to?
Well it depends on which GXXX your talking about.
Almost all the left and right clicks you will experience on other mice will be no where near as nice as on your RAT 7. Those were my favourite left and right clicks on any mouse Ive ever used. But to answer your question.
the G500 does feel a little cheap, but the build quality is still very solid and the forwards and backwards buttons feel great.
The G700 main buttons feel great, especially the mouse wheel button (for switching between freewheeling and clicking) but the side buttons are most definately on the cheap side (I havent used the G700s yet so I cant say anything about that one)
The G602 just feels great overall, the side buttons are a huge improvement on the G700 and the left and right click feels great, not quite as good as the RAT 7 but you will have to get used to that. Like I said, almost all mice are going to feel a little lack luster when it comes to that.
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