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post #291 of 1929
Had the mouse for 2 days.
Sadly It is going back.

The shape was fine for me.
I use a claw/fingertip mix (I move both my mouse with a solid claw grip and sometimes using my fingers)
More on the fingertip side when playing moba and rts which Is my main games.

The buttons are amazing, crisp and reponsive omron clicks. One of the best I had (G400 v1 had one of the best for me before the avior)
Coating is fine, nothing special.
Quite decent grip for me that never ever sweat on my hands.

BUT.

The reason for it going back, the insane weight.

It is just TO heavy when using fingers to control the mouse most times.
Even clawing feels abit to heavy.

It feels abit like a led weight since It is smaller.
Clawing a deathadder for example to me feels lighter due to It's bigger shape, weight is not that focused with bigger size.

Abit sad.
Now I am out of a mouse again biggrin.gif

My Kana v2 was murdered so not sure If I wanna buy another one (Hated the insane lod on it)

For now It is back to my savu and g100s which have perfect length and good weight.

Next mouse to try Is probably a potential Spawn v2 If it comes out.

If they made the Avior abit smaller with less weight I would have found my mouse for life ;/
post #292 of 1929
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

Had the mouse for 2 days.
Sadly It is going back.

The shape was fine for me.
I use a claw/fingertip mix (I move both my mouse with a solid claw grip and sometimes using my fingers)
More on the fingertip side when playing moba and rts which Is my main games.

The buttons are amazing, crisp and reponsive omron clicks. One of the best I had (G400 v1 had one of the best for me before the avior)
Coating is fine, nothing special.
Quite decent grip for me that never ever sweat on my hands.

BUT.

The reason for it going back, the insane weight.

It is just TO heavy when using fingers to control the mouse most times.
Even clawing feels abit to heavy.

It feels abit like a led weight since It is smaller.
Clawing a deathadder for example to me feels lighter due to It's bigger shape, weight is not that focused with bigger size.

Abit sad.
Now I am out of a mouse again biggrin.gif

My Kana v2 was murdered so not sure If I wanna buy another one (Hated the insane lod on it)

For now It is back to my savu and g100s which have perfect length and good weight.

Next mouse to try Is probably a potential Spawn v2 If it comes out.

If they made the Avior abit smaller with less weight I would have found my mouse for life ;/

I think I remember seeing a video where a Mionix guy explains how the 3310 sensor is quite a bit heavier than others so I'm not sure we'll see a true lightweight mouse for this platform unless someone makes it a priority and gets creative.

edit: Found it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u22bHE5d5ZE at about 11:11, but sounds like he's just comparing weight to the laser sensors they use so nevermind on that.
Edited by xmr1 - 3/12/14 at 6:30am
post #293 of 1929
Hm, strange that you have such difficulties getting used to the weight of the Avior.
I mainly just pushed my in-game sensitivy from 1.3 to 1.4 and am absolutely fine with it now.
Swiping fast is arm movement anyway so 10-20g more or less isn't really relevant, and slower precise steady movements with the wrist or fingers feel more controlled because it isn't too light for those manuveurs like a WMO for example.

I wish they'd make the ass of the mouse a tad bit wider though.
It already is kinda a double V-shape ( front \ / and back / \ ) but to be more supportive when purely palming it, the bottom could be a bit wider.
Claw grip works awesome though.
post #294 of 1929
Hmm I'm seeing many people with claw grip.. How about palming it? Is it comfortable? I've seen metal's photo and I have the same kind of grip. Do you feel comfy with it metal?
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Originally Posted by detto87 View Post

Hm, strange that you have such difficulties getting used to the weight of the Avior.
I mainly just pushed my in-game sensitivy from 1.3 to 1.4 and am absolutely fine with it now.
Swiping fast is arm movement anyway so 10-20g more or less isn't really relevant, and slower precise steady movements with the wrist or fingers feel more controlled because it isn't too light for those manuveurs like a WMO for example.

I wish they'd make the ass of the mouse a tad bit wider though.
It already is kinda a double V-shape ( front \ / and back / \ ) but to be more supportive when purely palming it, the bottom could be a bit wider.
Claw grip works awesome though.

Well I dont move the mouse using my arm, only my hand Claw or fingertip.
So the added weight feels alot when just doing minor movements all the time.
I use maybe 10cm of my mousepad when playing moba and RTS.

When you do minor movements and click all the time the weight does feel, in a negative way.

Sadly that Is how it is for me.
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Hmm I'm seeing many people with claw grip.. How about palming it? Is it comfortable? I've seen metal's photo and I have the same kind of grip. Do you feel comfy with it metal?

Very comfy. More comfy than the Sensei that I had before, which I thought could very well be the perfect mouse shape. Even though I'm right handed I actually like ambi mice if they are well designed.
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post #297 of 1929
I don't have the Avior but the Naos 7000. Only difference is the shape so I'll post my thoughts about it here. Mouse- and sidebuttons are really good, one of the best I've tried. Scroll wheel is also great, both scrolling and mouse3 button. For being a braided cable it's flexible and pretty good imo. I can't complain about the performance at all. But the shape was not that good, feels like a mix between Ikari and Qpad 5K/OM-75 but worse than both of them. Also the coating is quite terrible, I have dry hands and it's super slippery. Overall I must say it's a great mouse. Awsome build quality and good performance. Just didn't fit me very well. Might order the Avior and try it as well.
post #298 of 1929
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Originally Posted by daav1d View Post

I don't have the Avior but the Naos 7000. Only difference is the shape so I'll post my thoughts about it here. Mouse- and sidebuttons are really good, one of the best I've tried. Scroll wheel is also great, both scrolling and mouse3 button. For being a braided cable it's flexible and pretty good imo. I can't complain about the performance at all. But the shape was not that good, feels like a mix between Ikari and Qpad 5K/OM-75 but worse than both of them. Also the coating is quite terrible, I have dry hands and it's super slippery. Overall I must say it's a great mouse. Awsome build quality and good performance. Just didn't fit me very well. Might order the Avior and try it as well.

I had similar issues with the Naos as you did. I do dig the Avior, but it does have the same coating. It just matters less, as it's shaped to be easy to lift. The coating has much less impact than it does on the oddly shaped Naos.
post #299 of 1929
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I had similar issues with the Naos as you did. I do dig the Avior, but it does have the same coating. It just matters less, as it's shaped to be easy to lift. The coating has much less impact than it does on the oddly shaped Naos.

Yeah that's what I expect. The Naos is very hard to lift for me.
post #300 of 1929
How about you guys do gain some muscles.
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