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I am looking for a new mouse fro my gaming rig and since it has been a while since I last purchased a mouse, I am not entirely up to date.

What I need:

-Lowest possible actuation force for the two main buttons.
-High speed and precision.
-Ambidextrous.
-Size that fits a medium sized hand using the claw grip.
-Apart from the basic 3, the only buttons I care about are the two thumb buttons (when holding with right hand).

Most quality ambidextrous mice will fit those criteria except for button sensitivity. This is the main issue here. I need them to be extremely sensitive, but finding data on actuation force has not been as easy as one might like.

Any suggestions?
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http://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/touch-mouse-t620

Actuation force gets no lower

All other qualities - fail

LOL

No but really this here is my dream mouse only problem is not ambidextrous although you can buy left or right handed version:

http://www.razerzone.com/gaming-mice/razer-deathadder

But if you truely need the Ambidextrous I have heard good things about this one:

http://www.zowiegear.com/index.php?i=product&p=1

Although I couldn't find any info on the actuation force for it, might be worth checking out though
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CM Spawn has light buttons and its good for claw grip, but its not ambidextrous.
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But if you truely need the Ambidextrous I have heard good things about this one:

http://www.zowiegear.com/index.php?i=product&p=1

Although I couldn't find any info on the actuation force for it, might be worth checking out though

Zowie AM button actuation forge is huge, FK is better, but still not low enough.
Edited by Berserker1 - 8/9/13 at 12:41pm
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Originally Posted by dmfree88 View Post

http://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/touch-mouse-t620

Actuation force gets no lower

All other qualities - fail

LOL

Holy crap! that thing looks to be so crappy that one might wonder why it does not have a Apple logo on it.
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No but really this here is my dream mouse only problem is not ambidextrous although you can buy left or right handed version:

http://www.razerzone.com/gaming-mice/razer-deathadder

But if you truely need the Ambidextrous I have heard good things about this one:

I don't "need" it to be ambidextrous. That is just what generally works best with the claw grip.
The deathadder might be a possibility. Not ambidextrous but looks to be close enough. And I do like Razer. I have had a few Razer mice over the years and I was actually considering the Taipan.
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post #5 of 7
Abyssus has quite light buttons, but no thumb buttons.
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This is from a review HaiiYa did a while back:
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From highest to lowest amount of pressure required to activate the buttons:

ZOWIE mico
ZOWIE am-gs
Ninox velocity
Zowie FK
Steelseries Sensei
Mionix naos 8200
Logitech g400
Razer deathadder 2013
cm storm spawn


I also tested "how many times can you click in 10 seconds" I got these results.

ZOWIE AM-FG = 64
ninox velocity = 68
Zowie FK=71
steelseries sensei raw=73
cm storm spawn=79
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Looks like I might have to give the Sensei a look.
It seem to be a good fit and the customizable colours are a bonus. Finally I can have a purple mouse smile.gif
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