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Shape and comfort is way more important than having a perfect sensor.
That depends who you're asking, it's not a fact.
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post #12 of 28
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Shape and comfort is way more important than having a perfect sensor.

I totally agree. That's why I'm stuck with a Logitech G1. I know there are much better options out there sensor wise but the simple shape of the MX300 is perfect for me. Mouse is light enough and the switches are good. I could get a DA or g400 but they weight much more and I'm shure I wouldn't be happy in the long term.
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That depends who you're asking, it's not a fact.

Please don't act like mice and hardware aren't subjective opinion.
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What? I'm saying they are subjective opinion.
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And the above was my opinion ^^
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Shape and comfort is way more important than having a perfect sensor.
I know it is important, but I've used both the old DA and my current g5v2 has almost the same shell as the G400 I think and I've had no problem with them. I like my G5v2 shape but I went today to a local store and tested out a DA and the mouse seemed fine for me, so even if it is not the same as my current, I know I can get used to it because it felt right somehow. Thats why I said the shape difference between the two is not important for me. The question is if the G400 or DA 2013 is more appropriate for me in sensor wise, I hear they are both great optical sensors, but which is better rolleyes.gif (I don't know much about the sensors and how they feel so thats why I cannot judge well because simply I've owned my G5v2 since the first day it came out which have been years now biggrin.gif)
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Or maybe you might suggest a whole another mouse other than these two, idk you are the expert biggrin.gif
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post #18 of 28
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Shape and comfort is way more important than having a perfect sensor.

I totally agree with this, no matter what the hardware inside the mouse is for me. I can never get comfortable with them if it doesn't "feel" right in my hand to me.
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post #19 of 28
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The question is if the G400 or DA 2013 is more appropriate for me in sensor wise, I hear they are both great optical sensors, but which is better
Get G400, with new DA you'll have to wait a few months before Razer update their firmware to get rid of tracking bugs.
post #20 of 28
People said it before, but to add another opinion: you can't go wrong with the G400 or the DA 3.5G. The new DA 2013 apparently has some problems, so I would wait before buying that model.
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