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post #1011 of 1929
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The Avior is really not a palm mouse.
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post #1012 of 1929
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Originally Posted by detto87 View Post

I got cramps too with such a grip on an EC1.
Problem is: when the mouse is too fat in width then I can't properly curve my fingers to apply pressure to lift the mouse and move it steady.
IE 3.0 is a bit better because the pit is more pronounced allowing to curve the thumb a bit more for a steady grip when lifting.

Forcing your hand to lay flat on the whole mouse body is very bad for your hands and it looks like you MIGHT grip your mice that way.

Might be. I definitely know I put too much forward pressure on my wrist. A hard habit to break after using small, small mice for a long, long time.
post #1013 of 1929
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Forcing your hand to lay flat on the whole mouse body is very bad for your hands.
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post #1014 of 1929
What I meant is basically if you force yourself or your hand to lay flat on the whole mouse.
post #1015 of 1929
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What I meant is basically if you force yourself or your hand to lay flat on the whole mouse.
You're saying palm grip is bad for your hands??
    
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post #1016 of 1929
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You're saying palm grip is bad for your hands??

If you have to force yourself to keep your hand flat. The position on the mouse should be relaxed enough to not cause issues like cramps.
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post #1017 of 1929
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What I meant is basically if you force yourself or your hand to lay flat on the whole mouse.

Are you using a pancake?

More seriously, palm grip is more relaxing and less tiring for your hands than claw grip, for sure.
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post #1018 of 1929
Of course palm grip is more relaxing, but when you move your mouse with a relaxed hand and instantly have to quickly tighten the grip to accurately lift and reposition it, then the shape has to be a really good and fitting one, otherwise your hand might start to cramp.

I'm not saying any grip is better than another.
post #1019 of 1929
I apologize for not wanting to read 102 pages. I did do a quick search for is there is any known issue with this mouse? Smoothing? Skates issues or i dont know? I may buy the Naos 7000 version, which is like the same but different shape.
post #1020 of 1929
Smoothing is very minimal, compared to most 3090 mice I've tried.
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