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cm xornet or kinzu v2

post #1 of 6
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hi,

i will buy a cheap mice for claw grip, and i m really interested in xornet and kinzu v2, and i want to know your opinion and pros & cons.


ps: what´s the difference between kinzu v2 and the pro edition?
post #2 of 6
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Originally Posted by hmtsp View Post

hi,
i will buy a cheap mice for claw grip, and i m really interested in xornet and kinzu v2, and i want to know your opinion and pros & cons.

For that price range you should consider the CM Storm Spawn, same shape as the Xornet but better sensor (and probably materials) than both (better tracking quality and higher perfect control speed).
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ps: what´s the difference between kinzu v2 and the pro edition?

Kinzu v2 uses TTC switches for all buttons and has plastic feet , whereas the Kinzu 2 Pro should have Omron switches and teflon feet, you you get better button response and better glide going by the Pro.

Note the "should" used though wink.gif
post #3 of 6
It all depends on what shape you want, the Kinzu is a little longer and the CM Spawn is a little wider. They are both smaller mice but have very different feels to them.

I think things like switches and feet should all be secondary considerations, how it feels on your hand is what counts the most for me.

I use the Kinzu v2 Pro for FPS gaming, but I use a semi-palm grip.
post #4 of 6
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with xornet, i save some money...,
but what about its performance?
post #5 of 6
Take look at this thread: link.

I have the Xornet, unfortunately has some tracking issues depending on firmware and mouse pad.
On a black cloth pad (QcK) it works with the V70 (high LOD) and V75 (low LOD). I'm using with the V75 firmware, I haven't reached it's malfunction speed (yet), above 250 Hz polling rate it has some jitter.
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post #6 of 6
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Originally Posted by Sebi View Post

Take look at this thread: link.
I have the Xornet, unfortunately has some tracking issues depending on firmware and mouse pad.
On a black cloth pad (QcK) it works with the V70 (high LOD) and V75 (low LOD). I'm using with the V75 firmware, I haven't reached it's malfunction speed (yet), above 250 Hz polling rate it has some jitter.

thanks a lot, really helpful
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