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I misunderstood what was meant. tongue.gif

I thought somebody was referring to how high the buttons are on the side of the mouse and too uncomfortable to stretch to. I should read things a bit slower sometimes! redface.gif
No worries tongue.gif
post #22 of 25
I'm surprised no one has mentioned the SteelSeries Sensei yet. I use it for palm grip and many people use it for claw grip. If you look at the top review on Amazon, it also agrees with the hybrid palm/claw sentiment.

This is the most comfortable mouse I've ever held and the build quality is top notch.

I would wait for a sale though, it is $76 on Amazon right now.
post #23 of 25
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Originally Posted by Adversity View Post

I'm surprised no one has mentioned the SteelSeries Sensei yet. I use it for palm grip and many people use it for claw grip. If you look at the top review on Amazon, it also agrees with the hybrid palm/claw sentiment.

This is the most comfortable mouse I've ever held and the build quality is top notch.

I would wait for a sale though, it is $76 on Amazon right now.

ill second this i like my glossy sensei raw for claw/palm. managed to grab it off newegg for $45.
get a hard pad for the sensei.
also G400 and razer da 2013 i would recommend for OP.
get a nice soft pad.
Edited by discoprince - 5/20/13 at 8:53pm
post #24 of 25
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Originally Posted by discoprince View Post

ill second this i like my glossy sensei raw for claw/palm. managed to grab it off newegg for $45.
get a hard pad for the sensei.
also G400 and razer da 2013 i would recommend for OP.
get a nice soft pad.

I dislike the g400 and the DA. If I were to get a sensei raw, which pad should i get? I use the goliathus control right now. It cant be any bigger than the small size goliathus though.
post #25 of 25
Corsair M60.

Very light mouse, perfect surfacing as far as grip goes, claw-users will love it.

On the fly sens-swapping is very handy if you learn to use it properly. The "AIM" button can be rebound to get extra mouse options (Since its not really an RTS feature).
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