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post #2041 of 6214
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Originally Posted by mnick View Post

  1. What's your grip style?
    Palm/Claw hybrid
  2. What's your sensitivity?
    6/11, 1600 DPI
  3. What's your maximum budget?
    "Sky's the limit"
  4. Do you want additional buttons?
    At least 2
  5. What games do you play?
    Dota 2
  6. Do you mind about prediction?
    I can say that I liked more my Tesoro Shrike sensor (A9500) than G400.
  7. Other relevant information:
    Onboard memory would be cool (or really light software)

I was thinking about DeathAdder 2013, I had deathadder 3G and I loved it's shape, however it has only two extra keys and no onboard memory?

mionix avior 7000 has built in memory, a sensor second to none. A hybrid ergonomic design. Great build quality. And should easily be able to support 1600 dpi.
post #2042 of 6214
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Originally Posted by mnick View Post

  1. What's your grip style?
    Palm/Claw hybrid
  2. What's your sensitivity?
    6/11, 1600 DPI
  3. What's your maximum budget?
    "Sky's the limit"
  4. Do you want additional buttons?
    At least 2
  5. What games do you play?
    Dota 2
  6. Do you mind about prediction?
    I can say that I liked more my Tesoro Shrike sensor (A9500) than G400.
  7. Other relevant information:
    Onboard memory would be cool (or really light software)

I was thinking about DeathAdder 2013, I had deathadder 3G and I loved it's shape, however it has only two extra keys and no onboard memory?

What he said above. AVIOR 7000 is awesome if you have no budget constraints. It is well worth the price and should work perfectly for you.
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post #2043 of 6214
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Originally Posted by Atavax View Post

mionix avior 7000 has built in memory, a sensor second to none. A hybrid ergonomic design. Great build quality. And should easily be able to support 1600 dpi.

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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

What he said above. AVIOR 7000 is awesome if you have no budget constraints. It is well worth the price and should work perfectly for you.

That's a great mouse indeed, unfortunately I can't get MIONIX in Poland, and Amazon doesn't ship to my living place, any other suggestions?
post #2044 of 6214
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Originally Posted by mnick View Post


That's a great mouse indeed, unfortunately I can't get MIONIX in Poland, and Amazon doesn't ship to my living place, any other suggestions?

You sure mate ? Even if you pay for shipping ? I had the impression they just canceled super save delivery feature for most countries, not totally exclude them
post #2045 of 6214
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

I could play a pro match with a 3310, no matter how much the whole smoothing debate rages on and people exacerbate the effects. It's very minor if it's there at all, but I cannot play on limiting sensors in terms of PCS. I don't want the limit to be anywhere even near any max speed that I'll reach during play. It depends on the person's sensitivity but the 3310 is a generally safe bet for just about everyone.

Not all is perfect with Zowie mice. Not only is their QC spotty, but their support is awful as well. The scroll wheel is AWFUL on my FK, half of the clicks have a completely different resistance than the other half on the wheel. Mionix is highly responsive and are really perfectionists in their craft, by contrast. It's not like they're immune to QC problems but their support is very helpful. No other manufacturer on the market would release a beta firmware as fast as they did to fix the CPI bug in the Avior, that is downright unheard of. The only thing you could possibly not like about the Avior is the button placement, some people are annnoyed by the other side buttons touching their hand while they play. Non-issue for me with my fingertip grip. The M45 is just very good as well, I need to try that thing already but it's been tough since my ex-gf no longer visits me and helps me try mice at Best Buy, she was my transportation. grr

Never use actual macros, but I do assign keyboard keys to extra mouse buttons often. Primarily handy to add(in my case) 4 additional easy access hotkeys. In some of these games I am using 15-16 buttons at once.

For FPS games I generally don't do any that. They use less keys and can be centralized around WASD much easier.

What bothers me about the Zowie is the sensor for low sensitivity that was alluded to earlier, the M45, and Avior are on my Short list. But There are a ton of size comparisons with the mouse I currently own with the Kone Pure Optical which has me in a bit in a tug of war. None of the listed mice are available in any retail outlets. Well I take that back, while I can't try it instore I could buy some of this from B&H and their return policy is gold.

Regardless I don't play at tournament level (no time, don't want to put in the effort to learn the games that well) but I am sensitive to small things. Which is why I am definitely going back to optical sensor to save my OCD sanity.


@Edited: Strange typo, I meant they are on my short list.
Edited by RitzyBusiness - 4/7/14 at 6:42pm
post #2046 of 6214
is the AVIOR 7000 a good zowie FK replacement? My zowie scroll whell failed after just 8 days of use, but I was starting to really like the mouse
post #2047 of 6214
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Originally Posted by juanej View Post

is the AVIOR 7000 a good zowie FK replacement? My zowie scroll whell failed after just 8 days of use, but I was starting to really like the mouse

I LOVE it. Highly recommended, but keep in mind the AVIOR is a little larger, a little heavier, and a slightly different shape with more flared sides. I think it's a better shape though as it makes it very easy to lift by giving you a lot of leverage.
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post #2048 of 6214
  1. What's your grip style?
    Fingertip, mostly.
  2. What's your sensitivity?
    1000-1500 DPI, usually at 1300.
  3. What's your maximum budget?
    Not much of an issue.
  4. Do you want additional buttons?
    Two side buttons - I don't mind more as long as they aren't in the way, but they probably won't be used.
  5. What games do you play?
    FPS mostly. I also play RTS and RPG/MMO at times, but it's not as relevant.
  6. Do you mind about prediction?
    Yes. An "as flawless as possible" sensor would be preferred.
  7. Other relevant information:
    Non-glossy. Not too big. Weight adjustment would be nice, but is not a must at all.

Thanks smile.gif
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post #2049 of 6214
To Steelseries Kana v1 owner, I read that Steelseries has came out with fix for the jitter / pixel skipping / unstable tracking bug. Is it true?

Saw Kana v1 for sale around $30, and was thinking of getting it as I could not get used to Logitech g400s ergonomic design and size, even after using it for nearly a month. I cant even reach the forward side button with my thumb unless I extend my thumb and palm.

I love g100s (lightweight + ambidextrous design), but lost it when moving to new house, and bought g400s instead. Awesome mouse, no problem playing fps games with it @ 400cpi, but kinda makes my arm tired after prolong use due to the weight and design ( yeah I'm weak rolleyes.gif).

Kana v2 and Zowie am/fk, is out of question due to pricing in my country, close to $80, which double the price of g400s that I bought for $40. And after conversion to my country currency, $80 is darn too much.

Would get that kana v1 if the bug is fixed, or else would just buy another g100s.
Edited by faridr - 4/9/14 at 8:14am
post #2050 of 6214
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Originally Posted by Playback View Post

  1. What's your grip style?
    Fingertip, mostly.
  2. What's your sensitivity?
    1000-1500 DPI, usually at 1300.
  3. What's your maximum budget?
    Not much of an issue.
  4. Do you want additional buttons?
    Two side buttons - I don't mind more as long as they aren't in the way, but they probably won't be used.
  5. What games do you play?
    FPS mostly. I also play RTS and RPG/MMO at times, but it's not as relevant.
  6. Do you mind about prediction?
    Yes. An "as flawless as possible" sensor would be preferred.
  7. Other relevant information:
    Non-glossy. Not too big. Weight adjustment would be nice, but is not a must at all.

Thanks smile.gif

Mionix Avior 7000 for sure.
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