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post #11 of 31
There are so many people thinking the AVIORs shape isn't comfy.. wink.gif
So it isn't just me after all.

Just wait and continue playing with the spawn.. wait for future 3310 mice.
post #12 of 31
Really sooo many? Or just those ~3 that posted here on ONC? wink.gif

Well, give it time is my definite answer, as every shape is different and habits change slowly.
It's in no way a bad or flawed shape. It's a shape meant for claw grip or relaxed claw grip (let's call it palm/claw hybrid),
post #13 of 31
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Really sooo many? Or just those ~3 that posted here on ONC? wink.gif

Well, give it time is my definite answer, as every shape is different and habits change slowly.
It's in no way a bad or flawed shape. It's a shape meant for claw grip or relaxed claw grip (let's call it palm/claw hybrid),

I can claw/fingertip Zowie mice without issues while the double V style and the sidebuttons might be annoying for some.
So i'd personally prefer a Zowie mouse with a 3310 over the AVIOR in that regard. Just a matter of time.

You'd have to mention the overhype while you're at it.
Might be a few here, true while that doesn't mean other people think the same way.

Stays preference in the end.
post #14 of 31
You're right, the hype got way out of hand on here.

Still, it's the only mouse nowadays that has

- above 4m/s
- without acceleration or jitter or prediction
- and with a low (or adjustable) LOD
- that is ambidextrous
- and has good quality switches

No other mouse as of this day offers this.

My FK spazzes out from time to time when doing quick swipes in-game.
The coating of it is really oily and nasty now too.
And the huano switches (as much as I like their feeling) don't help for following moving targets while shooting.
post #15 of 31
The only reason I was excited about it is that it hits a number of marks that are missed often on other mice. Build quality is a big one. Being ambidextrous and having the latest optical sensor is another one (are you listening yet SteelSeries). It was the perfect mouse to transition to from the Sensei. I find the shape highly neutral to a large amount of possible grips, just by playing with it. My grip is kind of weird though, I think I'm somewhere in between a fingertip and a relaxed claw, but maybe that's why it works so well for me. I have the FK also and it works with my grip just as well.
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post #16 of 31
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Originally Posted by detto87 View Post

You're right, the hype got way out of hand on here.

Still, it's the only mouse nowadays that has

- above 4m/s
- without acceleration or jitter or prediction
- and with a low (or adjustable) LOD
- that is ambidextrous
- and has good quality switches

No other mouse as of this day offers this.

My FK spazzes out from time to time when doing quick swipes in-game.
The coating of it is really oily and nasty now too.
And the huano switches (as much as I like their feeling) don't help for following moving targets while shooting.

Same with my Zowie AM, sadly. >:
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The only reason I was excited about it is that it hits a number of marks that are missed often on other mice. Build quality is a big one. Being ambidextrous and having the latest optical sensor is another one (are you listening yet SteelSeries). It was the perfect mouse to transition to from the Sensei. I find the shape highly neutral to a large amount of possible grips, just by playing with it. My grip is kind of weird though, I think I'm somewhere in between a fingertip and a relaxed claw, but maybe that's why it works so well for me. I have the FK also and it works with my grip just as well.

Ye i get the love for the AVIOR.. and i didn't deny it, it's a good mouse. Not matter if i don't like the shape.
Yet i (and you guys aswell) can't understand how those companies don't get the point.

As you mentioned Steelseries. A Sensei with a 3310, so difficult. Why Steelseries, why?
post #17 of 31
I guess now it only takes some time for the 3310 to take over most optical mice in the market right now.
Wait for Zowie, Logitech, Razer, CM Storm, and all the others for their new mice in mid-year and see if they have the 3310 if the Avior shape is not for you.
There will be a mouse with a better shape for your that also has the 3310 in it, I'm sure. It's just not there yet. Be patient.

I'm thinking already about putting a 3310 into my WMO as it is still the best mouse shape I ever had.
That is a vague idea though as I have no clue if it will work and what I have to do exactly. But it would be absolutely nice for sure.
post #18 of 31
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I guess now it only takes some time for the 3310 to take over most optical mice in the market right now.
Wait for Zowie, Logitech, Razer, CM Storm, and all the others for their new mice in mid-year and see if they have the 3310 if the Avior shape is not for you.
There will be a mouse with a better shape for your that also has the 3310 in it, I'm sure. It's just not there yet. Be patient.

I'm thinking already about putting a 3310 into my WMO as it is still the best mouse shape I ever had.
That is a vague idea though as I have no clue if it will work and what I have to do exactly. But it would be absolutely nice for sure.

Same what i am thinking mate ^_^
It will be the new 3090, my guess.

Wondering about Zowie though. The 3310 is customizable sensor however they do not use any drivers.. which makes me curious on what they are going to do or if they are going to code some piece of software.

For now i am really set with the Rival, me likey.
post #19 of 31
I dislike the Avior shape. Intrusive side buttons, heavy weight, and a clumsy feeling mouse overall. It has a good sensor, whoopdedoo! thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
post #20 of 31
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I dislike the Avior shape. Intrusive side buttons, heavy weight, and a clumsy feeling mouse overall. It has a good sensor, whoopdedoo! thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

Be glad you didn't get the Rival. That's a LOT more clumsy. If this mouse is too heavy for you you're SOL until Zowie comes out with something most likely. Most mice are around the Avior weight.
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