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Little background, I used a mx518 for close to 5 years, bought about 2-3 then replaced it with a sensei when it seemingly broke. This lead to reading and finding out the sensei sucked (accel) and me buying a bunch of mice. These are the mice I currently own and my thoughts.

Every mouse is used at 800dpi
I use fingertip grip

g400 - Feels heavy and bulky but I hear the sensor is solid and I should probably be using this mouse
Kana - Love the shape, hate the side buttons and love the weight, if this mouse had the same weight but sensei side buttons and wasn't white it would be great. Also heard the sensor was complete and unadulterated garbage
Sensei - Love this mouse but it's a bit heavy and I am told the sensor is awful too so I don't use
CMStorm Spawn - overall solid mouse but the width is to much for me so it's not comfortable
Razor DA - I have the old version, bulky, gross, scroll wheel broken unless I keep fixing it

Anyway, I currently can't decide which mouse to use, out of all of these the Kana and Sensei are my favorite shape but I am told the sensors make them not worth using? Is this true? I mainly play Sc2, Dota 2 and some CS:GO but rarely any FPS. Not sure what I should do. I don't really have money to buy more mice as these are already a very large amount of mice.

Is it worth sacrificing sensor for shape? The g400 is clearly the best out of that group but the shape just doesn't sit right with my small handed fingertip grip anymore (who knows why after using it for almost 6 years).
post #2 of 6
stick with your kana if you feel comfortable with it. seems like a no brainer. any particular characteristics of that sensor you will get used to.
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Kana v2 is being released very soon. 7th of november in The Netherlands, not sure about anywhere else. Has an avago adns 3090 sensor, which is the best on the market right now.
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Originally Posted by jayfkay View Post

stick with your kana if you feel comfortable with it. seems like a no brainer. any particular characteristics of that sensor you will get used to.

Could the same be said for the Sensei, which I feel is a superior mouse due to the buttons but have never used due to sensor criticisms of the laser sensor.
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SteelSeries will release Rival which is an optical ergonomic mouse in this year. Can you wait?
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Originally Posted by zerouse7en View Post

SteelSeries will release Rival which is an optical ergonomic mouse in this year. Can you wait?

I'm not overly interested in buying a new mouse at this point and if I did it would likely be a Zowie AM or something, I like the ambidextrous WMO shape
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