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post #21 of 33
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next time before you post please read everything and not only parts.

yes i have big hands.but i loved the xai's shape which is totally different to the g400.
i tried a mx518 of a friend years ago and it didnt felt good at all.

logitech might have a good sensor and built quality, but the shape is horrible(atleast for me).

still not sure if i should get an fk/am ec1 or deathadder. frown.gif

and as i said: im not completly palming. its more of halfway fingetip/ halfway palm grip.
maybe i just buy all 3 god damnit.

and btw.
something like mousescore is actually very useful for newb users, because not everyone is able to try out every mice they are interested in. like zowie f.e. they aint really available everywhere so there is no chance to test them out.
post #22 of 33
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I wear 4XL gloves and love the Logitech MX Revolution/Performance MX mouse. It just fits my large hand well. It doesn't feel like it has no weight like other mice, and I pretty much move it around with my finger tips with ease. It also has a nice set of software and buttons that can be programmed to do what I want.

If you can find them, I'd get the MX Revolution over the Performance MX. Even though it is an older mouse, I like the recharging cradle/stand. They did away with that when the MX Revolution was redone and became the Performance MX.

 

totally agree.. newer rev is a tad smaller in-hand too.. I love my Revo.

post #23 of 33
I palm and claw the deathadder, I palm normally and claw when playing games and sometimes I go a odd mix of the two. It works, and it isnt bad for people with bigger hands.
 
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next time before you post please read everything and not only parts.

yes i have big hands.but i loved the xai's shape which is totally different to the g400.
i tried a mx518 of a friend years ago and it didnt felt good at all.

logitech might have a good sensor and built quality, but the shape is horrible(atleast for me).

still not sure if i should get an fk/am ec1 or deathadder. frown.gif

and as i said: im not completly palming. its more of halfway fingetip/ halfway palm grip.
maybe i just buy all 3 god damnit.

and btw.
something like mousescore is actually very useful for newb users, because not everyone is able to try out every mice they are interested in. like zowie f.e. they aint really available everywhere so there is no chance to test them out.
Dunno if you read my prev post, but I can offer you the simplest answer: Deathadder 2013 .It's got the most established reputation as THE palm grip mouse and from personal experience I can tell it's probably one of the bestest mice for palm/fingertip hybrid. If you don't get the spinning problems (I suggest you google that one, I don't know what's Razer's policy on these things) the sensor is flawless as well.
post #25 of 33
First of all, forget that hand size has anything to do with mouse size, because it doesn't.
post #26 of 33
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First of all, forget that hand size has anything to do with mouse size, because it doesn't.
Of course it does. This becomes obvious when you give a DeathAdder to someone with small hands, regardless of his grip.
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Of course it does. This becomes obvious when you give a DeathAdder to someone with small hands, regardless of his grip.
...Or when you think about why EC1/EC2 or Xai/Kinzu exist
post #28 of 33
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First of all, forget that hand size has anything to do with mouse size, because it doesn't.
....Not sure what this means, if you have larger hands, your mouse choice is limited a lot in my opinion.
 
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post #29 of 33
just going to throw out there that I had the original deathadder and it was very durable/lasted a long time. it lasted at least 2.5 years with absolutely no wear except the mouse feet could be due to be replaced.
post #30 of 33
Deathadder 2013

- Better switches
- Low LOD
- Better Grip due to rubber sides
- Awsome build quality
- Still flawless / the best sensor without prediction
- Equal sized mouse feet (was some issue with the previous versions)


The only flaw i could mention would be Synapse & no "On-The-Fly" profile switch.
However, doesn't affect me at all.

Spinning issues are gone, stop spreading crap around.
It got fixed after one Synapse update.


For me it's like an overall improved Deathadder in like every aspect.
Switched to the 2013 after owning a 3g Deathadder.

I can't say it enough.. if you like it shapewise you can't go wrong on it.
Especially if you are a lowsens gamer.
Edited by Amperial - 4/3/13 at 11:05am
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