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post #11 of 15
I love my SAVU. I have way to small hands and claw/finger tip grip. I Spent a bunch of money and time trying about 12 or more different mice. I settled on the Savu. Its side are wearing now but that doesn't botter me at all because I have a mouse that fits my hand and has great tracking. I bought a backup from Amazon 2 weeks ago I like it so much for $29.

You might like the CM Storm Recon or Spawn, both smaller mice. I didn't like the Recon because the butt end was a little to tall/or fat. and I can't stand the pinky rest on the Spawn.

Then if you want dirt cheap and not popular here. On Amazon there is the long low profile but easy to handle for my hands, E-3lue Cobra Type-M EMS131. Its pretty highly rated for a $10 mouse.

http://www.amazon.com/E-3lue-EMS131BK-Precision-Control-1600dpi/dp/B005CPGHAA/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1374111752&sr=1-1&keywords=gaming+mice\
Edited by kornedbeefy - 7/17/13 at 6:47pm
post #12 of 15
Wait for the ROCCAT Kone Pure Optical. I ordered the regular Kone Pure and ending up sending it back because I didn't care for the sensor but I really liked the shape. The optical sensor should make that mouse perfect, it is also really small. I would say it was about the size of the G9x without the shells.
post #13 of 15
I say try out the Roccat Savu. First of all, the grip is once of the positives for me, certainly 10x better than glossy sides like the Deathadder. At the very least it's personal preference, and certainly not bad design.

As for the mouse itself, while the shape isn't absolutely perfect (granted, I like mid-sized mice and the Savu is small), it's a wonderfully built mouse that does all of the small things right.

The sensor is the Avage 3090, which is the best sensor on the market.
The drivers, scroll wheel, and buttons are all perfect.
The right and left click buttons have great design. There's a little non-click surface on the right of the right click where your ring finger tends to lay, and the left click button has a huge click surface. It's hard to explain without actually using it, but the top notch attention to detail has won me over. It's a great small mouse and surprisingly affordable.
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post #14 of 15
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Wow, thanks for the input guys. So glad I made this thread.

Savu looks great and I'm pretty sure my thumb can reach its forward button, but I still have reservation in regards to its side grips (I personally don't mind either rubberised or glossy).
Kone Pure definitely got my attention, but I'm not sure if I can reach the forward button.
Do you guys know if there's any comparison pic between the two?
post #15 of 15
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Originally Posted by PoorGoblin View Post

Can you tell me more about its no sweat side grips? Is it similar to Logitech G500's?
I was interested in Savu a few months ago, but was turned off by its side grips.

 

 

No, it's nothing like the G500. The Savu is much more soft.

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