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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

I'm not exactly sure of the difference between claw and clawpaw grip, but the Logitech G400 works for whichever of them I do.
The Roccat Savu and Zowie AM are good for fingertip grip.
None of those have acceleration or prediction.

I'm considering the G400 but right now using fingertip and clawpaw (pretty sure in claw it's just like fingertip but with the very edge of your fingertips or maybe your nails except in claw and fingertip, your palm doesn't touch the mouse at all, or at most times) on this Logitech Click! Optical Mouse is sort of uncomfortable with my pinky due to the fact that there's a small part where my pinky is supposed to rest as this mouse was designed for palm users in mind, but my pinky is curled and it's uncomfortable to hold on so sometimes I accidentally drop the mouse when I go to lift it. If I curl my finger and keep it against the mouse, it touches my mousepad (which as of now is a solid plastic cover notebook. lol).
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I'm considering the G400 but right now using fingertip and clawpaw (pretty sure in claw it's just like fingertip but with the very edge of your fingertips or maybe your nails except in claw and fingertip, your palm doesn't touch the mouse at all, or at most times) on this Logitech Click! Optical Mouse is sort of uncomfortable with my pinky due to the fact that there's a small part where my pinky is supposed to rest as this mouse was designed for palm users in mind, but my pinky is curled and it's uncomfortable to hold on so sometimes I accidentally drop the mouse when I go to lift it. If I curl my finger and keep it against the mouse, it touches my mousepad (which as of now is a solid plastic cover notebook. lol).
As far as I know, claw grip is like fingertip, but the back of your hand touches the mouse. If it is clawpaw where your palm touches your mouse, then I do clawpaw as well sometimes, and it works just as well as claw on the G400.
post #693 of 6214
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

As far as I know, claw grip is like fingertip, but the back of your hand touches the mouse. If it is clawpaw where your palm touches your mouse, then I do clawpaw as well sometimes, and it works just as well as claw on the G400.

I just went on the Razer website and checked and guessing from the name of clawpaw, you probably use your wrist and forearm to push the mouse around while your fingers are arched and the pit or your hand/palm is in contact with the back of the mouse.

I'm going to be honest, I spend most of my time using fingertip. I can't really say that I use clawpaw or paw (or even claw) that often because my mouse is usually only against my palm if I'm in a resting/relaxed mode/position.
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post #694 of 6214
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I just went on the Razer website and checked and guessing from the name of clawpaw, you probably use your wrist and forearm to push the mouse around while your fingers are arched and the pit or your hand/palm is in contact with the back of the mouse.
I'm going to be honest, I spend most of my time using fingertip. I can't really say that I use clawpaw or paw (or even claw) that often because my mouse is usually only against my palm if I'm in a resting/relaxed mode/position.
The G400's fits against my palm best.
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I love my G400 for palm
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post #696 of 6214
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I love my G400 for palm
Agreed, it's one of the best palm mice.
post #697 of 6214
I am bored and want to try a glaw grip mouse again. I currently use the da black at 900 dpi and 500hz polling and would like something with a similar feel. Lift off distance is no concern but prediction and acceleration are not desired. What are my options.
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post #698 of 6214
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I am bored and want to try a glaw grip mouse again. I currently use the da black at 900 dpi and 500hz polling and would like something with a similar feel. Lift off distance is no concern but prediction and acceleration are not desired. What are my options.

Mice that can be claw-grip with sensor w/o prediction or acceleration that come to my mind: CM Storm Spawn/Recon, Roccat Savu, Tt Saphira (prediction cannot be confirmed before Skylit's list is up again)...
post #699 of 6214
1. What's your grip style?
Fingertip grip.
2. What's your sensitivity?
Medium to low.
3. Do you want additional buttons?
Not required.
4. What games do you play?
FPS, RTS and web browsing.
5. Do you mind about prediction?
I do not want prediction.
6. Other relevant information:
I want to be able to easily pick up the mouse, I want a optical sensor with low LOD, I like low mousewheels.
I currently own Logitech G400, which is slightly too big for my grip, LOD could be a bit lower, cord could be a little more moveable, otherwise good mouse.

Can somebody suggest a good mouse for me or should I wait for the bst one?

From pictures I like Steelseries Kana but I feel like the general consensus from more serious mouse users is that steelseries mice are crap compared to some other stuff. Is this the case with Kana?

Thanks!
post #700 of 6214
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

Agreed, it's one of the best palm mice.

Considering the fact that I can fingertip a Logitech Click! Optical mouse and that and the G400 have basically the same shape (I think), I think I might be able to use it. Sometimes this mouse is a bit annoying to fingertip though.

Edit: How would a Roccat Savu compare? I know it's more of a fingertip mouse but performance and build quality wise how does it compare to the G400 and Zowie AM?
Edited by HybridCore - 11/21/12 at 10:13am
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