Originally Posted by immakulate
Angry have you tried the Avior? I'm tellin you man you're going to love it. I initially thought that the shape didn't lend itself well to fingertip gripping or claw but since I have actually tried both grip types on the mouse they both work superbly. Fingertip gripping the mouse actually feels great! I mean it's a nice light mouse with a great coating. The Avior is a masterpiece, it really is, a true work of art, designed by people who knew what they were doing and had a passion to create a truly high end gaming mouse.
It's nearly perfect, I mean it doesn't get much better than this. It really doesn't. If you have the Avior there is absolutely no longer any reasons why your aim should be 'off' other than human error now. It tracks perfectly on any good cloth pad. My Talent, my QCK heavy, and my CM Power Mousepads all track with this thing wonderfully. Also anyone who hasn't use the CM Power mousepad I highly recommend it, I honestly feel like I shoot better with it than my Talent.
I haven't been able to try the Avior, no. I did find out my brother owns and uses a Mionix mouse. His model is discontinued, though. Maybe it's the same shape as the Avior, I don't know. He says he doesn't like the build quality or light weight, but he uses an opaque glass and I use textured cloth pads.
Originally Posted by Ice009
I'm pretty sure Angry said that he wanted a palm grip mouse though.
And what did people think about the Avior shape before it came out with this new sensor? I don't think it was anywhere near as popular as the NAOS until this sensor upgrade, was it?
Yeah, I do tend to use a palm grip more so than claw. I use whatever is convenient; finger tip and palm, mostly. The side buttons might have irked me, though. That's what put me off the Avior. Plus, I'm used to Logitech mice that conform to the hand more. Maybe I'll regret the Naos purchase and want to replace it with the Avior, but I'll cross that bridge when I come to it.