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1. What's your grip style? (Kinda palming lol)

2. What's your sensitivity? twitchy

3. What's your maximum budget? working on this

4. Do you want additional buttons? always

5. What games do you play? CS:GO, NS2, ForsakenRO, DDO (Mostly fps though on comp.

6. Do you mind about prediction? note sure (usually using raw input while playing)

7. Other relevant information:
Input anything else you want.
some examples: Righthanded, heavy

I was thinking about getting one of the R.A.T Cyborg mice because it has the thingy for your thumb and there is one that has a pinkie holder as well. I'm pretty much looking for something for larger hands really.
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Originally Posted by King Louie View Post

Thank you for your replies.
Among the Naos, the Ikari and the G400, which one has the sturdiest/strongest build?
I currently have a Razer Mamba 2012, I had to exchange it twice within a year because the right/left buttons lost their bounce and started to make strange clicking noises..
They're all built pretty well, the G400 is probably built the best as Logitech tends to make products with great build. My friend's MX518 is still going strong after a few years.
post #833 of 6207
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Originally Posted by kotakueuro View Post

They're all built pretty well, the G400 is probably built the best as Logitech tends to make products with great build. My friend's MX518 is still going strong after a few years.

Thanks.
Why the Logitech G400 over the G9?
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Originally Posted by Flaumig Shamane View Post

1. What's your grip style? (Kinda palming lol)
2. What's your sensitivity? twitchy
3. What's your maximum budget? working on this
4. Do you want additional buttons? always
5. What games do you play? CS:GO, NS2, ForsakenRO, DDO (Mostly fps though on comp.
6. Do you mind about prediction? note sure (usually using raw input while playing)
7. Other relevant information:
Input anything else you want.
some examples: Righthanded, heavy
I was thinking about getting one of the R.A.T Cyborg mice because it has the thingy for your thumb and there is one that has a pinkie holder as well. I'm pretty much looking for something for larger hands really.
RAT7's pretty heavy and it does have the sniper button, but Cyborg quality control is kinda shoddy, someone I know had to RMA his RAT5 three times before he got a working one. The Corsiar M60 looks like a pretty good option for you, you won't notice the sensor acceleration as a twitch gamer, it's pretty cheap and it also has the sniper button on the side.
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They're all built pretty well, the G400 is probably built the best as Logitech tends to make products with great build. My friend's MX518 is still going strong after a few years.
They cheapened up the G400 a bit. It's not the best feeling mouse, but it still feels decent. If you get a good enough deal, you could get two for the price of a G9x, so build quality doesn't matter that much.
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Originally Posted by King Louie View Post

Thanks.
Why the Logitech G400 over the G9?
Main reason would be grip, I haven't used a G400 but I have owned the original G9 and I have to say the grip was really forced for me, I just couldn't get used to it. The "no sweat" side grips on the G9 were also really terrible, they rub off really fast leaving no grip at all really. The new G9x also has acceleration issues, while the G400 doesn't.
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RAT7's pretty heavy and it does have the sniper button, but Cyborg quality control is kinda shoddy, someone I know had to RMA his RAT5 three times before he got a working one. The Corsiar M60 looks like a pretty good option for you, you won't notice the sensor acceleration as a twitch gamer, it's pretty cheap and it also has the sniper button on the side.

Alright that is good to know about the cyborgs. I like them because of the thumb and pinkie holders they have but spending that kinda of money when they have quality controls issues is definitely a big turn off. The vengance is looking pretty sexy will check it out. Any thoughts on if it'll work for bigger hands well? (now mind you i'm using a MS wireless 1000 mouse)
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post #838 of 6207
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Originally Posted by Flaumig Shamane View Post

Alright that is good to know about the cyborgs. I like them because of the thumb and pinkie holders they have but spending that kinda of money when they have quality controls issues is definitely a big turn off. The vengance is looking pretty sexy will check it out. Any thoughts on if it'll work for bigger hands well? (now mind you i'm using a MS wireless 1000 mouse)

Well, it works for claw grip only. Fingertip if you hand is big enough. I don't think its shape is comfortable for anyone to palm it.
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Originally Posted by raisinbun View Post

Well, it works for claw grip only. Fingertip if you hand is big enough. I don't think its shape is comfortable for anyone to palm it.
Yeah it's a smaller mouse, so it's definitely best suited for claw grippers. It has the little raise at the back that lets you palm it, but it's not a great palm mouse for people with bigger hands.
The G400 and DeathAdder are both suited to bigger hands, esp the DeathAdder, but they lack the sniper button that you're looking for so you might have to compromise.
EDIT: you may not want the G400 actually, as you are a twitch gamer and when you get above 1800 dpi it's pretty jittery from what others have said. You might wanna get the DeathAdder 2013 which allows for a dpi of 6400.
Edited by kotakueuro - 12/9/12 at 8:32pm
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