Originally Posted by mousefan
It's slightly smaller than a Deathadder, but feels really professional im my relatively big Hands.
You know I know it sounds like a big Marketing Trick, if Razer talks about ergonomic Scientists to guarantee the best symmetrical ergonomic mouse.
But if you feel the Mouse, I mean feel with your Hands and see the Build-Quality with your Eyes, you could really mean those words mean something and are for real.
A 3.5 G Deathadder has a to high LOD in my eyes and not the best Haptic. A Deathadder feels like a cheap bunch of Plastic compared to the massive but compact Razer Taipan anyway if you would ask me. The last symmetrical Mouse that impressed me on the same Level because of Haptic was the Zowie AM. But the Taipan is really a ergonomic Monster also, feels really professional im my Hand and does its Job excellent.
The ergonomic Shape is better said so good or comfortably, that I use a symmetrical Mouse the first Time with a Palm and not a Claw Grip in my left Hand and Life, and the ergonmic Side for your Thumb while palm the Mouse fits really great in my left Hand.
Only that you can imagine my Handsize and that you can compare it with you, my Handsize is 20,5 cm from the Palm Hand Edge to the end of the middlefinger.
Well, I really love my DeathAdder. I had an original, and now I have a BlackEdition. The shape and size are perfect. Now, with my MBA, I don't really want a DeathAdder-sized mouse, but something a bit smaller so that I don't feel like I should be using my mouse with a desktop. The only games I'll really be playing on the MBA are games like Trine 1/2, CS:S, Braid, Super Meat Boy, etc. and possibly games like Diablo III and Dungeon Defenders. I'm not huge on macros, so the only 'extra' buttons I require are the two side-buttons.
Originally Posted by killeraxemannic
It is a tad bit smaller than the DA but not much. If you want a good size comparison take a look at my review video as the DA is very similar in size to the Nagga and I have that on my desk during the review. I wouldn't call it as ergonomic as the DA but I actually like that better because I can grip the mouse the way I want to and not be forced to grip it the way the ergonomics are shaped. Will also add that the Taipan feels much better made than the DA and even the Nagga. I feel like they stepped up the quality a notch on this one compared to their previous offerings.
Do you have a direct link to the review?