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Advice for the best mouse for palm and wrist resting

post #1 of 8
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I would like to ask a second question about mice, I hope it won't disturb anyone there.

I would like to find the most suitable mouse for my palm. I found that I need my palm (and wrist) to be a little elevated rather than going down towards the mouse pad, to be comfortable.

I don't need a highend gaming mouse, just an enough sensitive one for precision only, since I want to use it for computer graphics, I need to be precise in my movements for small scale designing.

Thank you.
post #2 of 8
Have you tried Logitech G400 or Razer Deathadder? Both are big and heavy, good for palm grip and have very good performance. I liked the shape of SS Ikari and Qpad OM-75 but couldn´t not play that well with prediction, don´t know if you care about that when woking with design.
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Originally Posted by daav1d View Post

Have you tried Logitech G400 or Razer Deathadder? Both are big and heavy, good for palm grip and have very good performance. I liked the shape of SS Ikari and Qpad OM-75 but couldn´t not play that well with prediction, don´t know if you care about that when woking with design.

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post #4 of 8
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Thank you, I'll check these.
But the problem is that I need a little more buttons on the mouse. At least 2 more on the side (not the wheel previous-forward ones)
Edited by aboumay - 9/24/13 at 3:12am
post #5 of 8
Then i can´t recommend any, I have never used a mouse with more than 2 sidebuttons. But the new Corsair M95 looks nice in terms of shape imo. http://www.corsair.com/en/gaming-peripherals/gaming-mice/vengeance-m95-performance-mmo-and-rts-laser-gaming-mouse-gunmetal-black.html There is also a white glossy version. Personally i wouldn´t use it cause of the laser sensor and unnecessary many side buttons for me.
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Originally Posted by daav1d View Post

Then i can´t recommend any, I have never used a mouse with more than 2 sidebuttons. But the new Corsair M95 looks nice in terms of shape imo. http://www.corsair.com/en/gaming-peripherals/gaming-mice/vengeance-m95-performance-mmo-and-rts-laser-gaming-mouse-gunmetal-black.html There is also a white glossy version. Personally i wouldn´t use it cause of the laser sensor and unnecessary many side buttons for me.

Can you tell me why you wouldn't choose a laser one, is there any problem with the laser technology? I thought it was more precise (precision is what I'm after, for computer graphics)
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Can you tell me why you wouldn't choose a laser one, is there any problem with the laser technology? I thought it was more precise (precision is what I'm after, for computer graphics)

For example the SS Xai, the cursor moved even when I didn´t moved the mouse, very sensitive to dust and uneven surfaces. Negative mouse acceleration on cloth pads (I only use cloth pads). It tracks good on hard pads but with a little positive acceleration that you can´t turn off. G700 that you use now is laser so I don´t think you would mind.
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