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post #11 of 13
Shape isn't really something you can ask other people about. If you want my opinion: The DA feels a little lighter than the G400. The DA's thumb button size and placement are better than the G400. The DA is a true palm mouse, meaning that I can just relax my hand over the mouse and the Deathadder fills in all the gaps. The G400 is not like that at all.
Edited by cuad - 9/27/13 at 2:10pm
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post #12 of 13
It's the opposite for me, G400 conforms to my hand a lot better than the DA does. The DA I kind of have to claw for it to feel comfortable, the back of the mouse never really touches my palm due to how flat it is, I'd probably add some material to the back of the mouse to make it feel more comfortable if I ever use the DA again. This video kind of explains what I'm talking about: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVrQ3L09h9I

Also I'm probably one of the few people that likes the lip on the right side of the G400, works well with my weird "paw" grip.

Just shows that shape is entirely preference as previously stated.
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It's probably because I grew up on the mx518, but I love that damn lip.
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