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post #31 of 58
Savu is a tad wider, but fairly shorter and lower. The important thing however is the thumb buttons will be easier to reach given how you described your hand size.
post #32 of 58
it's smaller especially the height/length combined makes a huge difference.

70 x 42,5 x 128 mm (WxHxL) Deathadder
70 x 39 x 120 mm Savu

g9x
Length: 115 mm
Width: 85 mm
Height: 35 mm
post #33 of 58
Even though the DPI is out of your range, I would try the Spawn. I have small hands, and have a claw-style grip. After way too much research and MANY tests, this was the mouse I ended up with. However, one other factor to consider is it only has two buttons -- from your posts, it seems you may need more.
post #34 of 58
@ahriman

Are you sure you have the right mouse? The Spawn has 7 buttons.
post #35 of 58
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Okay guys I'm going to get the Savu, one more question.. I noticed Newegg also has the Kone[+] http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826436003 Is this at all better then the Savu?
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post #36 of 58
Huge Mouse + same Sensor as G500/g9x ...
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Huge Mouse + same Sensor as G500/g9x ...

Haha, thanks for squaring that out for me, I will update this post once my mouse arrives thanks guys!

Edit: only a 1 year warranty? uhhh..... Oh well..
Edited by ANDMYGUN - 1/28/13 at 4:17pm
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post #38 of 58
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@ahriman

Are you sure you have the right mouse? The Spawn has 7 buttons.

This one. I meant two buttons on the thumb side.
post #39 of 58
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Did some research and it appears you are right, and the G9X won't play nice with my cloth mouse mat either.. Now I'm thinking of grabbing the Savu but the sides seem to wear out fast...

IMO even after the sandpaper grip wears out, it remains nice to grip. I prefer the original sandpaper grip but I can live with it rolleyes.gif
post #40 of 58
I think it is interesting after all the mice I have use, the g9x has been great. Then others comment on problems the g9x has, but I cannot see any of these problems after a year of use. I did see in one thread that logitech fixed the issues with firmware. Maybe they did, maybe there was nothing to fix. I don't know who to trust anymore. Strange, because I have none of the issues or problems that people talk about. Honestly, it makes me loose faith in opinions I read. I have been using a cloth mouse pad and not a single problem.
     
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