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Gaming mouse for small hand?

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Hi I got a Razer Deathadder 2013 and I noticed my hand is too small for it and it becomes uncomfortable. I have a small Acer mouse from an old computer that's not really for gaming but when I use that it's really comfortable. So I was wondering what Razer mice are good for people with small hands I was looking at the Taipan???
post #2 of 95
Roccat Savu or Roccat Kone Pure Optical.

http://cdn.overclock.net/1/1f/1fea65b7_Mouse-Sizing-Chart.jpeg
post #3 of 95
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:\ Never used anything other than Razer but thx for the graph
post #4 of 95
I have tiny hands and I find my r.a.t 5 is perfect ^_^
post #5 of 95
In terms of performance, you're not going to get a good DA alternative for smaller hands from Razer, so you may as well look at other brands. The Roccat Savu has become a tried and true alternative.
post #6 of 95
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Thx for the suggestions I will have a look but I always thought the R.A.Ts are a bit too crazy looking for me
post #7 of 95
Thread Starter 
I heard good things about the Zowie FK for people with small hands?
post #8 of 95
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Originally Posted by Master davo 1 View Post

Thx for the suggestions I will have a look but I always thought the R.A.Ts are a bit too crazy looking for me

they may be crazy but i LOVE mine to pieces i find it an amazing mouse
post #9 of 95
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Originally Posted by Master davo 1 View Post

I heard good things about the Zowie FK for people with small hands?
While it's definitely a good performer, I don't think the FK would be ideal if your hands are small enough for a DA to be uncomfortable.
post #10 of 95
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I was looking at the dimensions of the Taipan compared to the Savu and they are very similar except for length
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