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post #1 of 10
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1. What's your grip style?
Palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
Medium-low sens

3. What's your maximum budget?
-

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Would like atleast 2/3 side buttons

5. What games do you play?
Dota 2 and firstperson shooters

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Yes

7. Other relevant information:
I prefer a small mouse with light weight. I used a friends razer SC2 mouse the other day and loved the shape and feel of it, any opinions on this mouse? Or are there better mice with a similar shape and feel? I like having a good laser for the FPS gaming

here is my friends mouse http://www.razerzone.com/licensed-peripherals/starcraft-ii-razer-spectre/

I used to play with a grip less G9 the shape and feel was amazing however the side buttons were impossible to use and this got to me.


All help appreciated a lot. I tried posting in the mouse suggestion thread but got ignored frown.gif
    
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post #2 of 10
Optical mouse if you don't want prediction.

The shape of the Razer SC2 is funky and I wouldn't know which mouse to recommend.
Razer SC2 (Click to show)

Set that aside, safest bets would be the Razer DeathAdder 2013 or Logitech G400.
     
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Set that aside, safest bets would be the Razer DeathAdder 2013 or Logitech G400.

I agree, seeing you use palm grip.
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post #4 of 10
If you really like small mice i would think you should have a look @:

1.Roccat Savu
2. CM Storm Recon

both are quite small and not heavy. And both have no prediction or acceleration.

edit:
well i'am a little surprised that it was possible for you to palm that little sucker (sc2 razer mouse).
Edited by xeper - 1/31/13 at 3:33am
post #5 of 10
I would not recommend the cm storm recon, the weight is really inbalanced. So if you pick up youre mouse often its gets really annoying.
The Rocact Savu is a great mouse for small-medium hands but the grip is not really 100 procent a palm grip.
Its more biased to all grips then a certain one.

Safe bets are indeed the g400 or the Razer Deathadder 2013 excellent mice for palming.
And as we can see you like the razer look wink.gif.
Another option could be the tt-esports-saphira.

But again seeing you like the overall look of youre Razr mouse my Bet is on the Razer Deathadder.
If you would buy the Deathadder 2013, make sure you update the firmware to the latest version.
post #6 of 10
The deathadder and G400 are great but not what i would call "small"

can't argue with the point you made about the Recon
post #7 of 10
Deathadder and g400 are good for palm but are large mice. How about the EC EVo 2? It's ergo but small.
post #8 of 10
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I think i'll give the deathadder a go. Can anyone recommend a mousemat to combo with this?
I use a hard surface at the moment, the Mionix propus 380, how will this surface go? Or should i get a softmat
    
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People prefer cloth pads mostly because its warmer and softer then a hard pad.
Then some optical sensors perform better on a cloth surface then a hard surface.

I would say test it out first on youre current pad.
But if you want to, you can have a look at Steelseries Qck serie, or Razer Control and Speed version of the goliathus.
(there not that expensive and or good value for money)
Then there is the speedtrack valour wich is bit more expensive but people find it a bit better then previous named pads.
And if you really want to spend cash on a pad you can have a look at Artisan pads they are expensive but have a really nice feel and glide to them.
One nice pad of them is the artisan hayate. But there expensive for a mouse pad.

Aswell if you want a big mousepad you can have a look at this forum, there is a tread where people name some.
post #10 of 10
Just to add:

I mainly use soft mousemats because they are rather silent and do not chew through your mousefeet. I never had to replace any of my mousefeet smile.gif The softer feel is also nice, but that's not the deciding factor for me.

Good soft mats I know and can recommend:

Puretrak Talent: nice smooth glide, very big, good tracking for Deathadder, washable
Steelseries NP+: very rough glide, very big, excellent tracking for Deathadder, waterresistant
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