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Razer Ouroboros good for small hands?

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I have very tiny hands for a male. 6.7 inches long and 3 inches wide. I'm looking for something I can fingertip and claw with ease. I also want a mouse that I can use with both my left and right hand; for gaming or for work. My eyes are being set on the ouroboros as it is customizable, small, and ambidexterous. I'm having trouble finding a gaming mouse I can claw or fingertip, ao I'm not sure if the Ouroboros (with its rediculous price tag) is worth it. Thanks bunches! biggrin.gif
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Roccat Lua would be my target since it's as small as a Kinzu V2. I don't recommend the Kinzu V2 since mine had bad negative accel. I haven't tried a Lua out for myself since I'm not interested in the small shape, but its sensor is probably better. I would not recommend that overpriced mouse you're talking about at all.

Kinzu V2 on the left, Lua on the right.
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There's also the Zowie FK, which I heard is pretty small. It's more expensive than the previous two mice, but it supposedly has higher control speeds than them, and it has side buttons.

The G100s is a mouse I like. I think it's kinda small. if you agree, then I also recommend it. I owned one for a while and kinda loved it.
Edited by cuad - 9/30/13 at 10:47pm
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I have the same size hands as you and I'm using the Sensei raw. It's small enough to claw, but I don't think it's very suitable for fingertips. I've used the G9x, G5, Ikari, DA and Lachesis and I would say the G9x without a grip is the best mouse to fingertip, but that's ergonomic so it might not be suitable for you. Roccat also has a few options that are suitable for claw, so take a look at those.

If you're like me, lighter mice will be easier to control, and the Ouroboros is HEAVY. I'd only consider mice lighter than 90 grams if that's the case.
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