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Originally Posted by Megadrone View Post

I know they are two different species, I like the convenience of wireless and have been using it forever almost. But im sick of how big it is, Im a claw grip or fingertip but never palm. Should i stick with wireless though since a cable might restrict movement especially since i never used one in a long time or not? After doing research i find the Zowie to be what i think is the right shape for my hand but im worried about cable and price; and seems to not come with braided cable which is kind of weird considering how not cheap it is.

Zowie's non-braided cable is miles better than a braided cable you see other companies use.

Just go with the Zowie FK and get a Zowie Camade (cable bungee) to go with it. That means you'll never feel cable drag.
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Zowie has a good shape for most (EC2, EC1 for palm and FK for claw ambi) the thing you should pay attention to is the dpi steps of Zowie mice. If you can live with 450/1150/2300 dpi then you should be great. If you like something in-between you'll have to look elsewhere.
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