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post #1581 of 1929
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Originally Posted by Aventadoor View Post

For me, I have to move my whole hand when spraying with the avior.
Because of FK1s more narrow and lower butt, I can control it with my fingers to a certain degree (like 5-10 shot sprays).

Again... that big butt on the Avior is really annyoing... But I can understand that its great for claw grippers
That is just a sensitivity problem.


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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

I thought the claw grippers said it wasn't big enough? lol, no idea. Fingertip seems to be one of the most adaptable grips. I can grip just about anything and as long as it isn't too in excess of 100g, it's likely to be fine for me.
It's too long for claw. But not too big as a whole.
It still is a rather specific grip , inbetween palm and claw , that works best with the FK1.
post #1582 of 1929
Sensitivity problem? lol
So when I use Avior I should use higher sens? No...

No I have fingertipish grip. With the Avior the big butt touches the back of my palm, then I cant move the mice down with my fingers cause its almost like a full palm mice.
post #1583 of 1929
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Nothing to do with sensisitivity, nothing to do with my grip. Both mice are fine with fingertip and I never have an issue with either one. The weight difference causes a momentum difference that makes some aspects of aiming easier and some more difficult for me that's all I was saying.
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post #1584 of 1929
I agree with Metal's statement that a slightly heavier mouse is easier for recoil control and general steadiness of shots while light is obviously easier for flicks. Still, I prefer a lighter mouse in general. I'm really enjoying the FinalMouse which is lighter than both.
post #1585 of 1929
Out of curiosity what is the button latency like on the avior?
post #1586 of 1929
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Out of curiosity what is the button latency like on the avior?
Between that of the FK1 and recent Logitech mice
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post #1587 of 1929
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

Between that of the FK1 and recent Logitech mice

woop woop !

Is that based on scientific tests?
post #1588 of 1929
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woop woop !

Is that based on scientific tests?

Probably tested with "Uga Uga method".
post #1589 of 1929
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I don't have any other way to test that. I just line up the FK1, Avior, and G402 and it's obvious which one has the lowest click latency.
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post #1590 of 1929
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I don't have any other way to test that. I just line up the FK1, Avior, and G402 and it's obvious which one has the lowest click latency.

G402?

Metal if you used a Sensei or XAI before, how would you stack them against the bunch mentioned above?
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