Originally Posted by karsai
First time here on overclock. I've been looking for a mouse to replace my aging MX518. At first I bought a DeathAdder but didn't like the shape as the right side (right handed version) slopes away and it becomes very hard to grip. Didn't realize this until I got home and found it to be the same shape as my old MSI3.0 which I hated as it gave me cramps after short use.
Reading around I decided to get the Kinzu V2Pro but its a bit small for my hands. So I decided to wait for the Sensei RAW, and now its out! Its better built than the Kinzu. Bigger and more comfortable for me. I bought the rubber surface version, which was a big mistake. According to their website it is suppose to be anti-sweat (?). I think they mean anti-slip, but it is anything but anti-slip. I don't sweat much and so the mouse is as slippery as an eel. My Kinzu is the glossy black version and I can grip that much better than the RAW.
A VERY good review, I agree 100% with you on these points:
-"DA slopes away and it becomes very hard to grip
" I had a mamba and had the same problem, that's why I'm considering getting the raw.
-"rubber coating is much more slippery than glossy
" I too bought the kinzu v2 pro only to find out that it was too small for my hands. And the rubber on the sides of the kinzu v2 is WAY more slippery than the glossy on top, which actually grip very good.
The rubber SS uses on their mice, is by far more slippery than the rubber used on the sides of the mamba.