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post #1182 of 1929
Yeah I guess you did, not sure though.
post #1183 of 1929
I'm back on the ol' Avior 7000. I really do like the deathadder 2013. It's grown on me, and has become a standard in my rotation. However, I haven't actually put my hands on the Avior since I picked up the G502. After that it was a hail storm of new 3310 mice that I've been testing. So, I decided to give it a go again. I had to dink around with my grip again. I have to hold the Avior a but further forward, so my pinky doesn't engage the right front mouse button, but it creates a really snug, comfortable, and well balanced grip. With my fingers in a comfortable spot, I can lift and the whole mouse comes up. Not just the front, which happens on a lot of newer mice.

Definitely a good change of pace. I also forgot how much I like the clicks of every single button on the mouse.
post #1184 of 1929
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Oh yeah I noticed that too. Isn't it such a unique feel that all the buttons on the whole mouse just feel so sharp and correct? I also like that they aren't super light like the G402, despite them being Omrons. For me I hold it a bit farther back as a fingertip and my ring, pinky, and thumb claw a bit so that's why I never had any issues with hitting the right side buttons.
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post #1185 of 1929
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

Oh yeah I noticed that too. Isn't it such a unique feel that all the buttons on the whole mouse just feel so sharp and correct. I also like that they aren't super light like the G402, despite them being Omrons. For me I hold it a bit farther back as a fingertip and my ring, pinky, and thumb claw a bit so that's why I never had any issues with hitting the right side buttons.

Yeah. I'm a heavy claw guy. If I'm not paying attention and just casually grab the mouse, my ring or pinky finger will float right over the forward right side mouse button. I have to sit up on it like motocross bike. Very snug, very comfortable. I just have to get used to putting my hand there naturally.
post #1186 of 1929
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If I can just make my fingertip grip to somewhat like a hybrid claw type grip then I am not hitting the side buttons on the right side and would be able to use them for something rather than having them disabled. Hmm lets see.

@metal571: Am I not eligible for the owners club? Yeah being silly on purpose tongue.gif
Fingertips grip would fit naturally good on this mouse due to its lightness and avoid hiting opposite buttons
If you have most likely more common hand grip such as an hybrid palm/claw, it still good as grip feeling but not as perfect as fingertips
But the benefits would be you could use side buttons more efficiently
These right side buttons dont annoy me anymore, no accidental wrong pressing, just let your fingers being accustomed for a period and you will able to hit them without mistake
I found this mouse a bit strange at the first but now i am completely fall in love, not only great for gaming purpose but also useful for desktop using (as if i am able to hit all side buttons without any trouble, i can use them for many different desktop shortcut)
post #1187 of 1929
I found that it wasn't so much the placement of the side-buttons but how much they protrude being the issue. That being said I have to agree that with a fingertip/clawish grip this mouse can be held and maneuvered quite comfortably, it's just not "natural" for a lot of people.
post #1188 of 1929
Yeah. It definitely takes some getting used to for people like me. I've worked around it, but I still have to pay attention when I casually put my hand on the mouse. The right side buttons aren't mapped to anything, so I'm not worried about that, but I feel them click in from time to time, and I get a little nervous.
post #1189 of 1929
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Fingertips grip would fit naturally good on this mouse due to its lightness and avoid hiting opposite buttons
If you have most likely more common hand grip such as an hybrid palm/claw, it still good as grip feeling but not as perfect as fingertips
But the benefits would be you could use side buttons more efficiently
These right side buttons dont annoy me anymore, no accidental wrong pressing, just let your fingers being accustomed for a period and you will able to hit them without mistake
I found this mouse a bit strange at the first but now i am completely fall in love, not only great for gaming purpose but also useful for desktop using (as if i am able to hit all side buttons without any trouble, i can use them for many different desktop shortcut)
Yep, thanks. That's what I am trying to do, getting used with a position where I don't hit the right side buttons any more.

By the way, the top side button is entirely different than the bottom side button in my case. Their feedback is absolutely different, with the top being extremely mushy, I can't hear any sound at all while I press it, but the bottom one is very tactile / clicky! And it's the same for both left and right side buttons. I obviously would prefer both of them being tactile instead of mushy!

I will shoot a short video when I can.
post #1190 of 1929
Yes its normal, i have same, i don't like it but it doesn't bother me too much though
perfect mouse doesn't exist thumb.gif
it comes all about the best compromise of your own standards
i wouldn't be so satisfied if i picked FK1 over Avior 7000 (despite of better grip shape in my opinion from videos/reviews) because i like Mionix optimizations (both side button working, driver software that allows me some functionality...)
Edited by ajx - 9/25/14 at 2:43am
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