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Choosing a new mouse, between Razer DA models and Steelseries Sensei for gaming

Poll Results: Razer

 
  • 2% (2)
    Razer DeathAdder 3.5G
  • 4% (3)
    Razer DeathAdder 3G
  • 10% (7)
    Razer DeathAdder Black Edition
  • 53% (36)
    Razer DeathAdder 2013
  • 28% (19)
    Steelseries Sensei
67 Total Votes  
post #1 of 59
Thread Starter 
1. What's your grip style?
For what I've seen, Flat Finger Grip

2. What's your sensitivity?
I don't know...can someone explain this to me? frown.gif

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Not really.

5. What games do you play?
Call of Duty, Battlefield // DotA, League of Legends

6. Do you mind about prediction?
I don't know about it either, can someone explain it too?

7. Other relevant information:
I'm right handed, a newbie about mouses, so any question or help you may give would be great!


And since I'm here, I'd like to ask for advice/tips for mousepads that would be good with those mouses.

My friend recommended me the qck+ or a model of artisan.

Any kind of input, recommendation, suggestion, opinion, even if it's something basic would be appreciated!

Thanks in advance everyone.

Obs: By DeathAdder, all the versions are an option, since I don't know what to choose.
post #2 of 59
I voted for the DA 3G, is hard to find so you might just get a Black edition.
Still I don't think any of those are the best choice for fingertip grip... you better get a symmetrical mouse for that kind of grip.
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post #3 of 59
I voted 2013 Edition. I personally own the 3G, 3.5G and Black Edition and they are all good, but what I see from the new 2013 really looks like an improvement as it had good tracking at all CPI steps and no jitter (which all older DAs had at certain angles/mousepads)
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post #4 of 59
If you have medium or larger sized hands, go for the DA 2013 for the reasons Ino stated plus better build quality and grip. If you have small hands, I wouldn't recommend any of the above.
post #5 of 59
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by ZareliMan View Post

I voted for the DA 3G, is hard to find so you might just get a Black edition.
Still I don't think any of those are the best choice for fingertip grip... you better get a symmetrical mouse for that kind of grip.
Hmm, what mouses would you recommend for me?
And can you explain those technical stuff for me? haha
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

I voted 2013 Edition. I personally own the 3G, 3.5G and Black Edition and they are all good, but what I see from the new 2013 really looks like an improvement as it had good tracking at all CPI steps and no jitter (which all older DAs had at certain angles/mousepads)
Good tracking at all CPI steps? Jitter? I'm sorry, I don't know much about mouses and English is not my first language...
But thanks for voting!
Weirdly no one's voting for Steelseries Samurai, I thought people liked it.
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Originally Posted by Artifact View Post

If you have medium or larger sized hands, go for the DA 2013 for the reasons Ino stated plus better build quality and grip. If you have small hands, I wouldn't recommend any of the above.
How can I evaluate if my hand is big, medium or small?
And thanks for your answer!
post #6 of 59
What mouse do you currently use, and how well does it fit (small, large, exactly right)?
post #7 of 59
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Artifact View Post

What mouse do you currently use, and how well does it fit (small, large, exactly right)?

Hmm, a cheap, crappy one frown.gif

Unfortunately, I don't know the model, since I got it as a gift from my father and I didn't pay much attention to the model, but it's a really simple one.

I don't know it if may help, but...I can take a picture of myself holding a soda can...lol

Sorry for making everything more complicated and not being much of help for you guys. frown.gif
post #8 of 59
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Originally Posted by ErikAoki View Post

Hmm, what mouses would you recommend for me?
And can you explain those technical stuff for me? haha
The best would be to tell us what your current mouse is
That's what a fingertip grip looks like:


It is best achieved by using a wideback small light mouse like this Salmosa:


Don't get me wrong, the DA is an amazing mouse, but might be too big for a fingertip grip and you may end up palming it (you can teach yourself that in short time).
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post #9 of 59
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by ZareliMan View Post

The best would be to tell us what your current mouse is
That's what a fingertip grip looks like:


It is best achieved by using a wideback small light mouse like this Salmosa:


Don't get me wrong, the DA is an amazing mouse, but might be too big for a fingertip grip and you may end up palming it (you can teach yourself that in short time).

Oh, I just asked my sister what model my mouse is (I'm not in my country right now)

It's this one: MS3203-2 BK USB
(I think it's small/fit for me)

Now that I've seen better, I think my grip is between flat finger and claw.

I don't think I've ever palmed a mouse though

It's because both seems to be very ergonomic, but I've read that DA has better sensors (which I don't know how would help me, but...I'm just thinking that more is better here)

And my friends keeps insisting that Sensei is the best one between them.

It's so hard to decide...
post #10 of 59
Quote:
Originally Posted by ErikAoki View Post

Oh, I just asked my sister what model my mouse is (I'm not in my country right now)

It's this one: MS3203-2 BK USB
(I think it's small/fit for me)

Now that I've seen better, I think my grip is between flat finger and claw.

I don't think I've ever palmed a mouse though

It's because both seems to be very ergonomic, but I've read that DA has better sensors (which I don't know how would help me, but...I'm just thinking that more is better here)

And my friends keeps insisting that Sensei is the best one between them.

It's so hard to decide...
Sensei is also big, but can be fingergripped.

I think you need something more like the new Razer Krait 2013 or the CMStorm Spawn.
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