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post #11 of 13
The most complained thing in this forum has been Sensor performance.
We are getting slowly into the direction where people just can pick the mouse they like shapewise without bothering bout the sensor performance.

We just have to wait for future mice with the 3310. There are definitly well shaped mice that could need some refresh.
The Sensei, some Zowie mice..
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by D2234 View Post

I've heard that Kana V2 is better than Avior 7000 in terms of shape for clawing, but that Avior is superior tracking.

Does anyone have experience clawing with both who can give some insight?

i own both, i prefer the Kana shape but like the sensor in the Avior.
i very much dislike the avior shape, for an ambidextrous mouse it too big and heavy. i think most ambi mice should be kana/g100s size and just as light.
post #13 of 13
I also own both mice. I agree with discoprince that the Avior 7000 has a better sensor and my general feeling is that a lighter mouse like the Kana V2 is better for claw or fingertip grip.

However, it isn't quite as black and white as he makes out. The Kana V2 still has a good implementation of the Avago 3090 with high perfect control speeds and many people don't notice the slight smoothing. The Avior 7000 shape is also good as a claw or fingertip grip mouse and some people prefer a heavier mouse because it makes it easier to steady your aim.

Both mice will be fine so make your decision based on your preferred shape and weight. Hope that helps smile.gif
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