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Wow, you must have a weird deformed hand because its even comfortable and ergonomic for my monster hands.

Yes, insult whoever doesn't agree with you. I wonder how far that's gonna take you in life.
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Yes, insult whoever doesn't agree with you. I wonder how far that's gonna take you in life.
Never said it was an insult, just said that your hand must be a weird shape. Not an insult, an observation. I mearly meant that your hand must be oddly shaped, whether just really large or obnoxiously small, to not find a comfortable position on a modular mouse. Sorry if you were offended.
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I think everyone ignored my submission of the Cyborg RAT 7 and its modularness...
I missed your post. I used to have the RAT 7, but sold it later actually. My issue with it was that for all its customizability, you really can't adjust the slope in the back much. Here's an illustration I made from a different thread:



The RAT 7 is clearly in that first camp of having the pronounced rear with a sharp slope in the back, no matter which palm rest you use. I actually found it more comfortable without any palm rest at all, except then sometimes the exposed metal underneath would stab my hand. I maybe should have just tried to construct my own palm rest for it to make it more comfy, except I remember the sensor being a little jittery for sensitive movements, or it could just be I wasn't used to a heavier mouse like that. Either way, it wasn't enough to make me want to keep it. I did find the thumb scroll wheel to be brilliant though and wish all mice had that.
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the best mouse for me is the cyborg rat 9, you can adjust the wight and the angles of the thumb place. Just perfect for any hand
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I missed your post. I used to have the RAT 7, but sold it later actually. My issue with it was that for all its customizability, you really can't adjust the slope in the back much. Here's an illustration I made from a different thread:



The RAT 7 is clearly in that first camp of having the pronounced rear with a sharp slope in the back, no matter which palm rest you use. I actually found it more comfortable without any palm rest at all, except then sometimes the exposed metal underneath would stab my hand. I maybe should have just tried to construct my own palm rest for it to make it more comfy, except I remember the sensor being a little jittery for sensitive movements, or it could just be I wasn't used to a heavier mouse like that. Either way, it wasn't enough to make me want to keep it. I did find the thumb scroll wheel to be brilliant though and wish all mice had that.
Try a Logitech G500. I have one for work and its great! Fits the description of the middle and last one on your chart.
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