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post #6211 of 6279
IDK if those sticky notes show anything important but maybe you should crop those out. Maybe your hand is doing that because the mouse is a little too wide for you to claw grip it. Maybe the FK2 or ZA13 or G203/Gpro would be a good pick. If you can somehow test them out before buying them or I suggest doing that. Or buy one and return it if you don't like it and try the next one.

EDIT: I have 18/9 CM hands, I use a claw/palm grip and I play CS on low sens. I prefer small, light ambidextrous mice. (Just a disclaimer so you know why these are my opinions)
I've tried the FK1, EC2-a and G100s (which is an old version of the G203/Gpro but without the \ / sides curved inward). FK1 was too wide but I loved the weight balance. EC2-a fit my hand like a glove but I didn't like the weight balance (the shape is much like a smaller Deathadder or IME 3.0 and is great for palm grip). G100s was perfect once I adjusted my grip a little, the GPRO/G203 look better for claw though because their sides are slanted inwards like \ /.
Edited by s0rry - 9/22/17 at 12:50pm
post #6212 of 6279
Thanks for the suggestion. I've cropped them out. smile.gif

It could be the odd shape of the KPM. I think I'll buy from Amazon and return them if I'm not satisfied. I've gone everywhere locally (Vancouver, Canada) to try out mice but the selection at brick and mortar stores are terrible. I tried out the G903 at staples. Feels great, too bat it's $199.

Saw your edit above. I've tried out the deathadder in store. Other than synapse and it being a bit too large, it's fairly comfy. I've been eyeing up the G203, mainly for the price point. I've also been put onto the nixeus revel and that looks like it could be a good fit too.
Edited by DarkReign32 - 9/22/17 at 1:14pm
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post #6213 of 6279
Check out the edit to my last post, gives a little more info. Also here's the FK1, EC2-a and G100s side by side. Sorry they are sideways lol.


post #6214 of 6279
Thanks for the pictures. I think I'll take a look at the G203, FK series and the revel. The shape of the EC may cause some excess strain on my wrist. Thanks a lot for the help.
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post #6215 of 6279
Howdy folks, my G600 is starting its early double click of doom (DCOD) and it's time to get back on the mouse market. I love this mouse's feeling and it's possible I'll just rebuy it but I don't use the number pad at all. I mostly love the tracking, girthiness and the additional right click which I use to function as an Alt key.

That said I'd like to find something similar feeling with only a couple side buttons in place of the full number grid.
My past purchases were 2 deathadders which I loved but they always DCODs faster than any other mice I've owned, Rat7 which was too small and the PTE was garbage, TTEsports Black which was awfully non-egonomic and also had PTE, and G9x which was too small and awkward for my hands and also DCOD premature ( I think it was static at work since I didn't use it much. )

What's your grip style?
Palm
What's your sensitivity?
Medium, I use acceleration like a heathen. Because of this I don't need on-the-fly adjustment, I just find one DPI I like and sit in it.
What's your maximum budget?
$65
Do you want additional buttons?
Yes, I need middle mouse, two side buttons and a third button to function as an "ALT"
What games do you play?
WOW, planetside 2, overwatch, mostly MMOs and FPS
Do you mind about prediction?
Uncertain, probably not.
Other relevant information:
Ideally braided cord, cat chews wires. I prefer optical to laser. I have a naturally high LOD so I don't think that's an issue, I prefer light but I don't really care that much.

Really I want something LARGE and heavily contoured like the proteus spectrum or naos. Something I can sink my thumb into to get a good grip and has good pinky purchase.

My current sights are on:
-Sentinel III
-G502 proteus spectrum
-Naos 3200
post #6216 of 6279
  1. What's your grip style?

    Hybrid I guess. I like to keep my palm on the mouse but my fingers are still clawed up. And I don't like mice that are too big.

  2. What's your sensitivity?

    Low speed/high sens. I keep my wrist pretty much planted and just move the hand.

  3. What's your maximum budget?

    Not very high, looking for entry level gaming mouse. Lets say $30-$40?

  4. Do you want additional buttons?

    Thumb buttons are cool.

  5. What games do you play?

    FPS is the only reason why I want a gaming mouse otherwise I'd be fine with my $10 Genius smile.gif

  6. Do you mind about prediction?

    No prediction, angle snap, or anything like that please.

  7. Other relevant information:

    Been looking at Logitech G300s, also Zalman has some gaming mice that fit my budget, but apparently they use non-gaming sensors like avago 5050. Is that really such a big deal? Also, it is annoying when a mouse doesnt turn off it's LED when the computer is off/standby. I sleep in the same room and the light bothers me because I'm a sensitive snowflake.

    TNX
post #6217 of 6279
Quote:
Originally Posted by DaoNayt View Post

  1. What's your grip style?

    Hybrid I guess. I like to keep my palm on the mouse but my fingers are still clawed up. And I don't like mice that are too big.

  2. What's your sensitivity?

    Low speed/high sens. I keep my wrist pretty much planted and just move the hand.

  3. What's your maximum budget?

    Not very high, looking for entry level gaming mouse. Lets say $30-$40?

  4. Do you want additional buttons?

    Thumb buttons are cool.

  5. What games do you play?

    FPS is the only reason why I want a gaming mouse otherwise I'd be fine with my $10 Genius smile.gif

  6. Do you mind about prediction?

    No prediction, angle snap, or anything like that please.

  7. Other relevant information:

    Been looking at Logitech G300s, also Zalman has some gaming mice that fit my budget, but apparently they use non-gaming sensors like avago 5050. Is that really such a big deal? Also, it is annoying when a mouse doesnt turn off it's LED when the computer is off/standby. I sleep in the same room and the light bothers me because I'm a sensitive snowflake.

    TNX

Look no further.

http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/product/g203-prodigy-gaming-mouse

post #6218 of 6279
Huh, for some reason in my country the g203 is a lot more expensive than g300s, and beyond my budget. Same if I order online, due to shipping cost. Guess I should just go with the g300s?
What about the Zalmans?
post #6219 of 6279
Hello guys, I have been using kana v2 mouse for 2-3years also i have bought g102 10 months ago it was definitely better sensor, but i didnt like the size of it, it was too small for me so I couldnt make small precise movement when i was playing CSGO. So i switched back to kana and I really enjoy playing with it, but sensor is kinda old. Found that DM1 Pro S/Revel is similar size&shape, but also thinking about ec2-a mostly because a lot of pro's use it, also rival 110, rival 310, sensei 310.





What's your grip style?
Relax claw
What's your sensitivity?
Low, 400dpi 2sens CSGO and similar in other games
What's your maximum budget?
70eur
Do you want additional buttons?
No preference
What games do you play?
CSGO and Rust mostly
Do you mind about prediction?
No prediction
Edited by kasparas - 9/26/17 at 8:31am
post #6220 of 6279
Quote:
Originally Posted by DaoNayt View Post

Huh, for some reason in my country the g203 is a lot more expensive than g300s, and beyond my budget. Same if I order online, due to shipping cost. Guess I should just go with the g300s?
What about the Zalmans?


Go for g102 it is the same as g203 just for different markets and it is cheaper, you can easily buy from ebay with free shipping mostly likely.
Edited by kasparas - 9/26/17 at 9:57am
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