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post #1 of 15
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I love the shape of the Kinzu because I have relatively small hands, but man the mouse buttons feel so flimsy after using them for just a few weeks.

Are there any other mice that are that small? I was looking the Xornet but it's difficult to know how big it actually is. Any recommendations?
post #2 of 15
If you're talking about the kinzu v2 then those omrons are pretty standard on many many mice, so will really feel the same.
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If you're talking about the kinzu v2 then those omrons are pretty standard on many many mice, so will really feel the same.

Only on the "Pro" version though, the others use TTC switches iirc.

But the button feeling doesn't only depend on the switches themselves but also on their placement within the mouse and on the construction of the buttons.
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post #5 of 15
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I don't think it's the switches, all Steelseries mice have weird clicking issues to varying degrees.

I have the Zowie AM but the shape feels different, I don't really like it that much.
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I don't think it's the switches, all Steelseries mice have weird clicking issues to varying degrees.
I have the Zowie AM but the shape feels different, I don't really like it that much.

I like the clicks of the Xai a lot tbh. Fairly direkt, short travel, good feedback and not too easy to click. Don't know about the others tho...
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I don't think it's the switches, all Steelseries mice have weird clicking issues to varying degrees.
I have the Zowie AM but the shape feels different, I don't really like it that much.

Did you try the kinzu v2 PRO edition? The normal version as well as the older kinzu both use TTC switches while the pro version will have much higher quality omron switches
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are pretty standard on many many mice, so will really feel the same.
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TTC are not really standard.
Omron are standard on most decemt mice today.

TTC is just garbage that should not exist om mice.

Ont: Only the Kinzu v2 pro have omron, kinzu v1, kinzu v2 non pro and kana all have the useless ttc garbage.
post #9 of 15
TTC switches are pretty common, just not as main left and right clicks (gaming mice). Certain OEM DELL mice have them as standard switches all around.

Edit: It's quite silly how the Kinzu V2 PRO has ormon d2fc for the CPI and scroll wheel. That's illogical and a waste of money..
Edited by Skylit - 3/5/12 at 3:32am
post #10 of 15
kinzu v2 has omron, however i dont like their mechanical solution to prevent lose buttons (kind of short travel distance).

also i agree with skylit that left/right would have been enough.
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