Originally Posted by Jalal
Know what you mean. In desktop mice i leave my wrist in a natural position, so that i click the buttons with almost the sides if my fingers
Was going to say IMO 1.1, but Two Cables already elaborated. It simply doesn't force your hand into a position and has the sides angled outwards. This is where they make a lot of sense. You just can leave your wirst naturally angled easily. But while gaming? I don't think so. After all too low DPI anyway and you would still be hitting the buttons with other than the front of your fingers.
The Naos, Qpad 5k, Raptor M3 Platinum all force your wrist into zero angle or almost. They don't even allow a natural wrist position as much as (actually) any neutral shaped mouse.
Btw what's absolut needed: A real ergo mouse with a wrist rest like the Raptor M3/M4 and a (light linear) thumb button which deactivates the sensor to avoid picking it up. Great for non-competetive play.
Yes, you get it! *fistbump* I'm using all my mice so that my hand is on the far right side of the mouse, that makes the problem smaller. Even so, the mice just aren't designed for that. Naos and the likes don't even allow that kind of grip like the more "neutral" shapes (such as the IME 3.0 shape, my fav so far and works ok for the grip) do, because of their extreme design. I don't honestly think ambidextrous mice can get quite as close to the natural angle while supporting your hand since they don't have the "high left side, low right side" perk.HERE
is the Handshoe, which IMO looks like a great concept. Sounds much like what you were asking. Again, no good for gaming, but it gets a few things right that no good gaming mice do. Though I wouldn't want a wrist rest for a gaming mouse, it has a negative effect on the feel IMO.
@Artifact; Yes,the Evoluent looks great as well. For a gaming mouse I'd prefer a smaller wrist angle still, even though that one is more natural. But the common standard of zero angle sure as hell hasn't even seen natural