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Yeah, just noticed that, I'll repost and make the change I mentioned:

1. What's your grip style? Fingertip/palm (palm touches, but most movement seems to come from the fingertips)

2. What's your sensitivity? medium/medium-high

3. What's your maximum budget? preferably no more than ~50, could go a little higher for quality. Definitely no more than $100.

4. Do you want additional buttons? Sure, but not too many. My current mouse (logitech m705) is fine for me, but the left mouse button is dying.

5. What games do you play? League of Legends mostly lately. Lots of web browsing and a variety of other games from time to time.

6. Do you mind about prediction? No idea, never really noticed it. I imagine it would be jarring if this were present and obvious on the mouse. I guess I'd rather avoid it.

7. Other relevant information: I don't want anything ridiculously heavy, but some weight feels nice. I don't need anything totally amazing, just looking for something that works well for me and is comfortable/high quality.

help?
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help?
Take a look at the Corsair M95, seems right up your alley. Also the Logitech G600 and the old G5 would work too. Look at mice in that shape and you should be fine.
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1. What's your grip style? Claw

2. What's your sensitivity? Medium - 800-1200cpi

3. What's your maximum budget? $80

4. Do you want additional buttons? At least 4 (L/R/middle/"back") and decent scroll wheel

5. What games do you play? CS:GO, Quake-likes, LoL

6. Do you mind about prediction? Prefer no prediction

7. Other relevant information:
I have smallish hands and prefer wired, optical mice, although my G9x was a good enough fit that the laser didn't bother me. I like the short (length and height) and wide G9x a lot.
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It sucks, I keep finding something better after i make up my mind.

Right now, the G700s is $60 and it looks good, and I'm thinking of pairing it with a 4HD. Should I go for it?
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It sucks, I keep finding something better after i make up my mind.

Right now, the G700s is $60 and it looks good, and I'm thinking of pairing it with a 4HD. Should I go for it?
G700s battery life is abysmal, lasts about 8-9 hours of gaming and its dead, gotta plug it in. Although you do ahve the option of gaming plugged in, its annoying to say the least.
If you wanna go wireless, the only real option is the Logitech G602. Good amount of buttons, great sensor and massive battery life. I've been gaming with mine for nearly 2 months, havent dropped below 85% yet. thumb.gif
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1. What's your grip style?

Palm Grip

2. What's your sensitivity?

Medium

3. What's your maximum budget?

70-80€

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Maybe, I play FPS games, so I don´t need much of them

5. What games do you play?

FPS

6. Do you mind about prediction?

Have never used a mouse with it I don´t Know

7. Additional Information

My hand is pretty small, they are 17cm from the palm to my biggest finger.

I need to decide between g400,g500,ratz 5,7,cm storm, g100s, steelseries..., deathadder,etc

What would it be your choice, considering I live in europe and we don´t have Kait or Raccut mouses?
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What about Mionix latest and greatest , the palm-grip Naos 7000, with the ADNS-3310 sensor ?

And where in Europe do you live ? I live in the Netherlands and there's plenty local webshops stocking Roccat mice.

Although it wasn't for my grip and size, the Roccat Kone Pure Optical is a good palm grip for small hands, with build quality and features that are hard to beat. Alternate has webshops in most European countries, and stock loads of brands you can't find in most high-street computer shops.
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What about Mionix latest and greatest , the palm-grip Naos 7000, with the ADNS-3310 sensor ?

And where in Europe do you live ? I live in the Netherlands and there's plenty local webshops stocking Roccat mice.

Although it wasn't for my grip and size, the Roccat Kone Pure Optical is a good palm grip for small hands, with build quality and features that are hard to beat. Alternate has webshops in most European countries, and stock loads of brands you can't find in most high-street computer shops.

Ok I´ve found them in the internet I had to search a bit to find them in Spain.

Are they worth the money?, you know this brands are not globally known, and they are quite expensive, are they better than a G400,500 or any of the steelseries or deathadder?

Also another question is, how to know if my hands are little? they are 17cm long, I think they are quite small, what do you think?

Many thanks
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The build quality on the Roccat Kone Pure Optical I had was top notch, way above Steelseries. Sensor wise it's also at the top. Razer mice are as flimsy as you can get.

CM Storm Recon is slightly under the Roccat, a bit on the heavy side but pretty good for a palm mouse. You almost can't but palm it due to the pronounced hump at the back. Some people have problems with reaching the front thumb button but I had no problems there, but I have pretty big hands. Sensor wise it has very big steps, 800 1600 3200 and 4000.

Mionix Naos 7000 on paper has great specs, and the new 3310 is a great sensor. I have no personal experience with the mouse itself though, since it's been out for a week or two. The shape of all Naoses are very similar, so for ergonomics and build quality read up on their older version.

As for hand size, I looked it up, and 17 cm seems to be the average female hand size. A friend of mine I gave the Roccat to has about the same size hand, and loves it as palm mouse. Be aware that it doesn't track that well on a basic white desktop, but mice like that really deserve a good mousepad.

As for the Logitech, the G400s is a sturdy and good palm mouse but not really for small hands. G100s is a decent mouse for the low price, and sizewise it would fit pretty well, but tech spec wise you can get better.
Edited by Menthalion - 12/16/13 at 2:47pm
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I'm thinking of buying the $20 5-button Optical Laser gaming mouse from Monoprice.
The drivers they provide are from 2009 (Vista), I'm trying to figure out who manufacturers the mouse to see if there are newer drivers available.
So anyone have any idea who make the mouse?


EDIT, Just found out it's the Pixxo ML-G235 mouse.
So far no luck finding newer drivers.
Edited by Tacoboy - 12/16/13 at 3:22pm
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