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post #21 of 26
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So, you're saying I will be fine with the Naos? Which one should I get? Is the 8200 worth the extra money?
post #22 of 26
Isn't the MS-3 already quite similar to the Naos mice? Or is the fact that it is a bit smaller a big thing for your grip style?
post #23 of 26
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by dynastes View Post

Isn't the MS-3 already quite similar to the Naos mice? Or is the fact that it is a bit smaller a big thing for your grip style?

Yes, being a little smaller would help a lot if I want to fingertip grip it. Also the left side "wing" or thumb-rest, don't know how it's called; I hate it. I always rest my thumb on the mousepad and use it like an anchor for the hand when I do fine movements.

There's also the issues with the windows 8 drivers, which prevented me from using it, at all. After 10 months of win8, the old win7 seems so sluggish to the point that I would rather give up the mouse.
Edited by Geo2160 - 7/29/13 at 6:25am
post #24 of 26
Maybe my hands are large? I'm just 7.75 in. from palm to middle.

I don't see why mice such as Deathadder and Sensei are considered uncomfortable to fingertip/claw? Fingertip is all I do with those and I find it to be perfectly precise, comfortable, and in control.
Edited by magicaru banana - 8/1/13 at 12:49pm
post #25 of 26
How exactly do you measure a hand?
post #26 of 26
From where your palm and wrist meet to the tip of your middle finger.
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