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post #81 of 114
i have used the steel series qck and the razer goliathus speed.

the qck being the more controlled surface.

just something not right about laser sensors.

i feel it when i'm dragging my trading order tiny movements on the screen where every mm is $$. haha.
post #82 of 114
My situation is directly opposite of that of OP. I loved my FK, but my hands are large, and I have to kind of "pinch" it at the sides and top to hold it. I noticed my hand would become fatigued, and I eventually opted for a mouse with a bigger body so I could relax my hand more (Deathadder 3.5G).

If you have smaller hands however, I do recommend the Zowie FK. I think it is a great mouse, it is just a tad too small for some people to be really comfortable.
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My situation is directly opposite of that of OP. I loved my FK, but my hands are large, and I have to kind of "pinch" it at the sides and top to hold it. I noticed my hand would become fatigued, and I eventually opted for a mouse with a bigger body so I could relax my hand more (Deathadder 3.5G).

If you have smaller hands however, I do recommend the Zowie FK. I think it is a great mouse, it is just a tad too small for some people to be really comfortable.

Not a 100% sure but you might like the Mionix Avoir 7000 then. It's essentially a higher, more pronounced Sensei like shape that feels a tad bulkier.
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post #84 of 114
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Originally Posted by Master davo 1 View Post

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???
From the tip of your middle finger to your wrist, how long is it?
post #85 of 114
CM Storm Recon
post #86 of 114
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Not a 100% sure but you might like the Mionix Avoir 7000 then. It's essentially a higher, more pronounced Sensei like shape that feels a tad bulkier.

I will look into this mouse. The thing that kind of keeps me away it its surface coating. Though I might give it a shot.
post #87 of 114
Im loving my Kinzu V2 Pro, nice and small, but the glossy took a day or two to get used to, now I don't even notice it.
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post #88 of 114
savu is smaller than EC2 EVO, i love it!
post #89 of 114
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I like the CM Storm Recon it is smaller than the DA in every way and I love the surface coating. But I get a pain at the center of my hand after use and I wish the LOD was lower also the button placement is bad
Edited by Master davo 1 - 2/23/14 at 2:07pm
post #90 of 114
Ahoy. I'm looking for a new mouse that is good for small hands (the distance from the base of my palm to the tip of my middle finger itself is about 17cm, and my middle finger is about 7cm). I'm not a hardcore gamer but I do play one MMORPG frequently. So I'm looking for comfort and something that will fit my small hands without overstretching. I suffer from arthritis, which can trigger if my hands are overstretched. I don't need too many buttons on my mouse, but I do need the scroll function, as I also read a lot. Ideally it'll be nice if the mouse has nice smooth lines as well, because weird angles do not help improve my arthritis condition. Is there anyone who can help advice me?

It's extremely frustrating this business of looking for a mouse, as it's usually almost impossible to "test drive" a mouse before purchase. The mouse I've been using are Microsoft Optical Notebook Wireless Mouse 3000 (at home) and Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 (for work) and both are the perfect size for me. But my home mouse's scroll is broken so I'm looking for a suitable replacement.

Sorry for the bother, but I would most appreciate some help and advice!

In Summary, if TL;DR :
What's your grip style? Palm grip
What's your sensitivity? Unsure what this means
What's your maximum budget? £60
Do you want additional buttons? Not fussed about this
What games do you play? Puzzle Pirates
Do you mind about prediction? Probably not?
Other relevant information:
I have extremely small hands and suffer from occassional arthitis particularly if my hands are constantly overstretched! (the distance from the base of my palm to the tip of my middle finger itself is about 17cm, and my middle finger is about 7cm)
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