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post #1141 of 1929
i got replacement for my Avior, it was a flaw, new mouse doesnt have different noisy sound from left/right click
about LoD, i tried highest value, it feels weird, much better if set to lowest value even though i have hard mouse pad pad
i may leave this setting away
Edited by ajx - 9/4/14 at 4:38pm
post #1142 of 1929
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i got replacement for my Avior, it was a flaw, new mouse doesnt have different noisy sound from left/right click
about LoD, i tried highest value, it feels weird, much better if set to lowest value even though i have hard mouse pad pad
i may leave this setting away
Hard mats tend to make even the lowest LOD pretty high on the Avior

Glad the replacement is more like my unit
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post #1143 of 1929
click sound makes more a crisp sound but still more noise than other Omron switch mouse i eve owned but it isnt a big deal
too bad about lod on hard pad, but to it does glide good, any cloth pad with faster glide?
Like i said on the hard/cloth pad, i only tried HIEN, it was faster but surface was too much rough
post #1144 of 1929
Been using mine for 2 days and so far i really enjoy it.
It is built like a tank so it is totally worth my money
The sensor feels great and the mouse feet are quite thick and smooth

Shape is great so not fatigue or anything like that.

With all that in mind, my only complaint is that i accidentally hit the left side buttons so 9.5/10
post #1145 of 1929


Edit: the resizing is ruining the image ...

I got my Avior today.
A tad too heavy for my liking, the side buttons could have been mounted a bit more forward.

I don't feel any lag.
post #1146 of 1929
I never noticed until now but those side buttons also make very different noise sound, quite noticeable...
While upper side button (on both side) makes a metallic sound, lower side makes a relatively normal crisp sound
Does anyone notice such sound's difference?
Edited by ajx - 9/6/14 at 5:21am
post #1147 of 1929
about ergonomic aspect, i ll give here my little feeling and feedback
its like race car, if you don't feel good inside cockpit, even with the best package, you ll be mentally less confident then less competitive overall
I am an hybrid claw/palm but most likely closer to the palm, this kind of hand grip doesn't suit fully perfect when you are using these thumb side buttons, the lowest button is too far away from you thumb, sightly go down in order to activate it
my hand grip style hold mouse shape much closer than fingertip and i accidentally press thumb buttons (on the good side!) due to the thumb button softness as well
When i tend to approach closely to fingertip hand grip, i never meet accident pressing anymore
Note i am able to use the opposite left handed side button but only the highest one, i don't developed enough muscle and fitness to go down naturally little finger

In my opinion this mouse really suits for fingertip:
- its a light mouse
- it has a flat shape, curved or higher bottom of shell would contrary a bit fingertip
- fingertip avoids thumb button issue (both side)
post #1148 of 1929
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click sound makes more a crisp sound but still more noise than other Omron switch mouse i eve owned but it isnt a big deal
too bad about lod on hard pad, but to it does glide good, any cloth pad with faster glide?
Like i said on the hard/cloth pad, i only tried HIEN, it was faster but surface was too much rough
You could try the Zowie G-TF Speed.

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Originally Posted by ajx View Post

about ergonomic aspect, i ll give here my little feeling and feedback
its like race car, if you don't feel good inside cockpit, even with the best package, you ll be mentally less confident then less competitive overall
I am an hybrid claw/palm but most likely closer to the palm, this kind of hand grip doesn't suit fully perfect when you are using these thumb side buttons, the lowest button is too far away from you thumb, sightly go down in order to activate it
my hand grip style hold mouse shape much closer than fingertip and i accidentally press thumb buttons (on the good side!) due to the thumb button softness as well
When i tend to approach closely to fingertip hand grip, i never meet accident pressing anymore
Note i am able to use the opposite left handed side button but only the highest one, i don't developed enough muscle and fitness to go down naturally little finger

In my opinion this mouse really suits for fingertip:
- its a light mouse
- it has a flat shape, curved or higher bottom of shell would contrary a bit fingertip
- fingertip avoids thumb button issue (both side)
Yep, this is my thoughts exactly. That's why I didn't think of anyone having issues with the side buttons. Maybe the Mionix guys have fingertip grips. I have no idea. Claw works alright as well, but palm will inevitably run your fingers into the right and/or left side buttons.
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post #1149 of 1929
I noticed i have a mark of grass/fingerprint that cover clicking zone and thumb zone (below thumb side buttons)
I have sweat hand, i just hope it wont damage coating
post #1150 of 1929
A question, one of the side buttons seems a bit loose and is making noises when I shake the mouse, which is happening often during gaming. Should I return it (is brand new) or is "normal" ? I don't want to be too picky.
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