So bought the Zowie Mico and loved it, but I felt like maybe I was missing out on something. So I then bought a G9X, used it for a couple of months but every time I went back to the Mico it just felt better. The 400 and 800 dpi settings were spot on perfect, 1600 just was too high for my tastes. I pretty much use 400dpi for small screens and 800 dpi for my main 2650x1440. I played Shooters competitively, but switched to mainly playing Starcraft II. It does everything extremely well, it just fits my hand perfectly. I've sense bought a Zowie AM, SS Kana (swapped the switches), and had a death adder for a few. While they were all great mice, I just always come back to the mico.
Another thing the "Hard Huano microswitches" which everyone complains about is works extremely well in the mico shell. The AM has them, and its the biggest downfall due to the shell making it much harder to click. It reminds me of a cherry blue switch on the mico, and a horrible cherry black in the am. If your into mech keyboards you'll know what I mean. The Mico is so small I plan on buying a couple now and never looking back. If you have weak fingers, it'll be different for about a week. Or if your like me and no mouse except for the Logitech Mini Optical comes close to it then just micro-chip swap it.
- Super Light 68g (ex. cable)
- Flawless 400/800dpi sensor
- Best shape for Fingertip gamers
- Button overlapping has been fixed, wasn't needed unless you had fat fingers.
- Huano switches (for real this is a plus!)
*Edit* Dat Feel when you accidently revive a 5 month old thread.Edited by Creizai - 11/5/12 at 1:28pm