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Razer Taipan Video Review

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBjLIYFo9Ow
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Taipan kills my claw grip. For me, It's a superior ambedextrious palm mouse smile.gif
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How so? What makes a good claw grip mouse? Wider front? Tapered sides? Shorter length?

I never clawed a mouse. It doesn't feel comfortable. It feel like if I did that for hours I would have issues with my hands over time.
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claw grip shaped mouse are shorter wider like cm storm spawn or logitech g9x
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

How so? What makes a good claw grip mouse? Wider front? Tapered sides? Shorter length?

I never clawed a mouse. It doesn't feel comfortable. It feel like if I did that for hours I would have issues with my hands over time.

Wider front causes pain, at least in my case. Sides and length are fine. Merely resting my hand on the Taipan in a palm fashion is very comfortable though.

Like wise. Palm grip just isn't natural for me. I can do it, though I'm not at 100%.

Edit: Actually, ever since I've converted to using my dominant hand for gaming (Left), I've preferred clawing wider mice such as the DA and Xai. Kinzu, AM, FK are slightly too narrow. I'm a minority biggrin.gif
Edited by Skylit - 3/2/13 at 8:47am
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Never knew the Taipan outperformed Sensei on cloth pads
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At those speeds, I would hardly call it outperforming tongue.gif besides, IPS speed is highly limited to surface and I'm partial to disagree with using enotus as a credible source, even if it gives the idea. Call it an estimate.

To pitch in a factor not mentioned, I find the Taipan a bit more (subjectively) precise than the configured FW of the Sensei.
Edited by Skylit - 3/2/13 at 8:57am
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

At those speeds, I would hardly call it outperforming tongue.gif besides, IPS speed is highly limited to surface and I'm partial to disagree with using enotus as a credible source, even if it gives the idea. Call it an estimate.

To pitch in a factor not mentioned, I find the Taipan a bit more (subjectively) precise than the configured FW of the Sensei.

What do you mean by 'subjectively more precise'? Is this tracking quality wise? What about the smoothing at 400 & 800 DPI steps? Is there much of a difference over the Sensei (and the previous problem with input lag, ofc).
Edited by ezisatnaF - 3/2/13 at 1:31pm
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