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Originally Posted by ADHDadditiv View Post

I have fairly large hands, I think they are over 7" in length. Very comfortable.

Hmmm, about 18 - 19 cm, still about 1/2 to 3/4'' lesser than mine.
I should look for a shop where I can try it outside its box.

THX for your input anyway.
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Originally Posted by NucNuc View Post

Hmmm, about 18 - 19 cm, still about 1/2 to 3/4'' lesser than mine.
I should look for a shop where I can try it outside its box.

THX for your input anyway.
ph34r-smiley.gif OMG YOUR HANDS ARE HUGE! High five biggrin.gif
Logitech's are made for people with larger hands, at least that's what I've found. Go to your local computer store and try a few out. thumb.gif
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Hi,
after several years of playing cs 1.6 with awful mice I finally decided to purchase something more proffesional. Since I know nothing about this subject, I'm asking for an advice from you guys. Some basic information:
claw grip
somewhat of a medium size hand (about 20cm from my wrist joint to the middle finger)
low sensitivity (ATM I require about 70cm of mousepad to do a 360° turn around in game)
don't wanna spend more than 60$
wired
no prediction or smth similar
I don't use side buttons, so I don"t care about them

Any suggestions please?
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Looking for a mouse. Currently have a super crappy OEM HP mouse. Model number: MO19BO

Grip Style: Somewhere between palm and claw. I prefer palm, but I just can't palm my current mouse b/c it is too small and doesn't fit my hand well.

Sensitivity: Mid-range sensitivity. Currently, my sensitivity setting in Windows is all the way up, but that's just because my mouse sucks so much.

Maximum Budget: $100, but I would really like something cheaper than that if possible.

Additional Buttons: Preferably a few keys to set macros or shift/ctrl, etc., but this isn't a deal-breaker.

Games: Strategy, FPS, Indie, I pretty much like everything.

Prediction: Lol, I just had to Google prediction. Uh, if it makes me less accurate, then I suppose I don't want it, but I'm not super-competitive or anything, so whatever you think is best.

Other: I'd prefer either a braided cable or wireless. If wireless, I do care that the battery lasts a good while. Definitely want a mouse that is comfortable in my hands. My hands are probably small to medium sized, so no Func MS3 sized behemoths. Adjustable dpi/cpi on the mouse would be nice. The lowest priority for me is looks, but it would be nice if it at least looked decent, too.

Thanks for any replies!
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Originally Posted by tucosalamanca View Post

Looking for a mouse. Currently have a super crappy OEM HP mouse. Model number: MO19BO

Grip Style: Somewhere between palm and claw. I prefer palm, but I just can't palm my current mouse b/c it is too small and doesn't fit my hand well.

Sensitivity: Mid-range sensitivity. Currently, my sensitivity setting in Windows is all the way up, but that's just because my mouse sucks so much.

Maximum Budget: $100, but I would really like something cheaper than that if possible.

Additional Buttons: Preferably a few keys to set macros or shift/ctrl, etc., but this isn't a deal-breaker.

Games: Strategy, FPS, Indie, I pretty much like everything.

Prediction: Lol, I just had to Google prediction. Uh, if it makes me less accurate, then I suppose I don't want it, but I'm not super-competitive or anything, so whatever you think is best.

Other: I'd prefer either a braided cable or wireless. If wireless, I do care that the battery lasts a good while. Definitely want a mouse that is comfortable in my hands. My hands are probably small to medium sized, so no Func MS3 sized behemoths. Adjustable dpi/cpi on the mouse would be nice. The lowest priority for me is looks, but it would be nice if it at least looked decent, too.

Thanks for any replies!
I know this seems to everyone like the only mouse I recommend, and its true biggrin.gif
The Logitech G602 is a fantastic mouse. Great optical sensor, wireless with an almost legendary battery life (Logitech says somewhere like 250 hours, having owned one for a month and a half, I totally see the battery's lasting this long, and they are just your run-of-the-mill Duracell AA's), 6 buttons on the side that are all quite easy to hit (if your hand is a bit smaller, the front 2 might be a little harder), very comfortable for palm grip, dpi changer that can be mapped to any button on the mouse. They are like $65, highly recommended.
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I originally wanted to buy the Razer DeathAdder 2013 (also thinking about the Steelseries Rival or the Zowie ZK), however, I wanted to know if it was the best choice or if there is a better mouse for me.

1. What's your grip style?

I'm not sure if it's claw or a hybrid between claw and palm. Here are some pictures of the way I hold my mouse when playing:







As you can also see, my mouse is awful for gaming. Its reaction time is terrible and it's jittery.

2. What's your sensitivity?

I generally play on a high sensitivity.

3. What's your maximum budget?

I don't want anything exceeding $80, but anything between $50-$70 would be ideal.

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Yes, 2 side buttons would be ideal (however, it wouldn't matter too much if there aren't any). I don't want a mouse with a million macro keys.

5. What games do you play?

In order of preference: FPS games, Minecraft, 2D side-scrollers like Terraria and Starbound, RTS games (this is just an order, but I play almost any kind of games).

6. Do you mind about prediction?

Yes, since I have become used to its absence.

7. Other relevant information:

- My hands are about 7.5" in length (or 19 cm) from the tip of the middle finger to the wrist (where you can see the first "line" of the wrist), so I guess I have an average hand.
- I don't mind if it has a laser or an optical sensor, but I heard that laser sensors are more accurate (I at least want to be able to make fine movements while still playing on a high sensitivity).
- I don't want a mouse that makes me feel like I'm lagging (low fps) when I move around.
- I also don't want a mouse with cheap fabric.
- Since I'm a fan of mice with fast reponse times and no delay, a wired mouse would be better.
Edited by xTurK - 12/19/13 at 2:10pm
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1. Not too familiar with different styles, I like my G9x very much, pinky and ring finger lightly graze the mouse pad. trigger finger is point middle is right thumb rests in the "thumb spot" on the mouse.

2. I use around 1400 dpi , and 2.8 sensitivity in cs go

3. 100

4. Yes! id like at least two thumb buttons and require the scroll wheel to have the TILT option.

5. Counter Strike GO

6. prediction?

7. Wired, Right handed.

Looks like the g9x was dis****inued, plus my mouse has some left click issues going on. I tried to Roccat Kone+ the scroll wheel broke within a few days.
I have been searching for awhile now can't find much out there.
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Lots of people ITT seem to be counter strikers. Any of you guys recognize this?

Linky
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Heaton and Spawn from 1.6 started their own company making mice. That's the HeatoN model. EC = Emil Christiansen

I'm pretty tempted to get one just for the nostalgia. If only I hadn't just gotten a new mouse in July.
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I originally wanted to buy the Razer DeathAdder 2013 (also thinking about the Steelseries Rival or the Zowie ZK), however, I wanted to know if it was the best choice or if there is a better mouse for me.

1. What's your grip style?

I'm not sure if it's claw or a hybrid between claw and palm. Here are some pictures of the way I hold my mouse when playing:







As you can also see, my mouse is awful for gaming. Its reaction time is terrible and it's jittery.

2. What's your sensitivity?

I generally play on a high sensitivity.

3. What's your maximum budget?

I don't want anything exceeding $80, but anything between $50-$70 would be ideal.

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Yes, 2 side buttons would be ideal (however, it wouldn't matter too much if there aren't any). I don't want a mouse with a million macro keys.

5. What games do you play?

In order of preference: FPS games, Minecraft, 2D side-scrollers like Terraria and Starbound, RTS games (this is just an order, but I play almost any kind of games).

6. Do you mind about prediction?

Yes, since I have become used to its absence.

7. Other relevant information:

- My hands are about 7.5" in length (or 19 cm) from the tip of the middle finger to the wrist (where you can see the first "line" of the wrist), so I guess I have an average hand.
- I don't mind if it has a laser or an optical sensor, but I heard that laser sensors are more accurate (I at least want to be able to make fine movements while still playing on a high sensitivity).
- I don't want a mouse that makes me feel like I'm lagging (low fps) when I move around.
- I also don't want a mouse with cheap fabric.
- Since I'm a fan of mice with fast reponse times and no delay, a wired mouse would be better.

Bump?
Edited by xTurK - 12/19/13 at 2:11pm
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Bump?
Nobody needed to answer your question, Deathadder.
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