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post #1 of 38
Thread Starter 
Hi, i've been searching for some time for a really good mouse.

I have a really huge problem about choosing, i had Razer DA 2013 and Steelseries Rival, and they both felt kinda strange.

Right now im thinking about choosing

Zowie EC 1 or EC2 eVo CL

or Steelseries Sensei?

Im a Fingertip to PalmGrip user

when i play FPS i use more a bit Palm Grip, when i do play League of Legends i switch to Fingertip Grip, is there any mouse that can fit my playstyle?

Waiting for some help, thanks a lot ! smile.gif
post #2 of 38
Have you considered the Mionix Naos 3200? I value grippability and comfort over all the other features of the mouse.. I feel it's a great mouse for both playstyles
post #3 of 38
Thread Starter 
The problem is, like i can echange my current mouse (SS Rival) in shop for other new one, and they doesnt have any of Mionix products
post #4 of 38
I'd go with the Zowie EC1. It's the same size as the Deathadder with smoother corners and edges. I use a hybrid grip and absolutely love that thing. If you have more of a tendency to fingertip/claw, then the EC2 would be up your alley. If you like to palm at some point, then EC1 all the way.
post #5 of 38
Thread Starter 
But is it a good choice for Zowie EC1 eVo CL? no problems with that mouse?

as i said, i tend to use fingertip mostly to palmgrip style.
post #6 of 38
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Originally Posted by steelt116 View Post

But is it a good choice for Zowie EC1 eVo CL? no problems with that mouse?

as i said, i tend to use fingertip mostly to palmgrip style.

I may not be objective, as I'm a major Zowie fanboy, but the mice are solid. As long as you can adjust to the odd DPI settings, you're good to go.
post #7 of 38
The only limitations are the ones that come with the 3090 in the Zowie mice like the PCS and the 3 strange CPIs. Works great though, I like Zowie quite a bit myself now that I own an FK. EC1 EVO CL should be quite good. Strange that the Rival and DA didn't work out for you, especially the latter. I know people who claw DAs.
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post #8 of 38
Since you mentioned the Sensei, I would personally recommend an EC2 due to size... it would be easier to finger grip than a EC1, and you can still palm it no problem.

Also, the Zowie DPI steps are fine and I guarantee you won't even notice them as you'll need to adjust to the mouse itself (new weight, friction, in-game sens, etc.).
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post #9 of 38
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Since you mentioned the Sensei, I would personally recommend an EC2 due to size... it would be easier to finger grip than a EC1, and you can still palm it no problem.

Also, the Zowie DPI steps are fine and I guarantee you won't even notice them as you'll need to adjust to the mouse itself (new weight, friction, in-game sens, etc.).

The problem is that some mmo and dota style games don't let you adjust the sensitivity at all, you only have your mouse CPI and the windows scaler to work with.
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post #10 of 38
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well, thats not the problem, i do play only CS:GO and League of Legends

in CS:GO i use 400 or 450 dpi, in LOL something abotu 1000, so 1150 wont be a problem, and can also slow it down in lol settings, also CS:GO got huge backstage to change mouse sensitivity.

My Deathadder 2013 was perfect, if i meant to play CounterStrike:GO, but when it came to play LOL, sometimes it was so terrible..., like i dont know why, maybe the buttons were 2 soft and responsible, or i actually could feel the smoothing effect of DA 2013, as people said.

I have really no idea, but in CS:GO that mouse was perfect, in LOL, i had really some though times, playing it.

And mostly i decided to change mouse, because i do play LOL Competitively on LANS, so, yeah.

Or maybe i think its because, when i played CS:GO as i said i've been used to Palm Grip, while in playing LOL, i used more like FingerTip Grip
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