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post #1 of 8
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hello guys,

I play for many years games with fingertip grip mouse (mostly tiny mice)
Recently i bought bigger mouse called Logitechg402 and a G302.
Now i played so many years with tiny mouse i consider maybe i was wrong and should i use bigger mouse with fingertip/hybrid claw.

Because i have more steadiness with my G402 it not wiggle that much,i have little shaky hands with fingertip grip its harder to get control.
In Starcraft 2 its now easier to get more precise and hit the targets easier, but its way more big so my reaction time is slower and cant truly fingertip it propably.
And cant accelarate with my fingers anymore because its to big.

While my G302 its easier to move and global control ,but harder to precise click.

Cant make decision what should be better for me:
G402 better precise single target clicks and harder to move control the mouse because its big
G302 easier to control ,but for me harder to single click ,because i have bit of shaky hands:o

And mouse dpi, around what mouse dpi its good for fingertip grip like 400-1000 or 1000 and above. I guess lessor because you can accelarate with fingers
and higher dpi at least for me its harder to control with only fingers

Decisions decisions always hard when its about mice rolleyes.gif
post #2 of 8
Could you get used to a slightly lower sens?

(not something drastic, just a mild decrease, about 25% max)

Using a G302 with a lower sens to compensate and gain more stability could help.

Or maybe a more medium sized ambi mouse: FK1, Avior, ... something that fills in the void in between basically.
Edited by CorruptBE - 1/11/15 at 10:54am
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post #3 of 8
Fingertip/small/lightweight razer salmosa pro
Made me and jigglywiggly in quakelive track and rail precisely so good..

It is not the mouse and noone will help you to answer this question
You should decide what is more confortable for you

Im just saying there is no best shape or weight, as you can be good with any
post #4 of 8
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Originally Posted by thizito View Post

there is no best shape or weight

That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard on this forum.

There's a "best" shape for everyone. The only issue is that it's a subjective matter. A shape one person hates can be loved by another.

Also if you have shaky hands, go with a lower dpi (more stability). It will be less likely to pick up your "shaking" sorta speak.

At the end of the day I would focus more on getting a shape you prefer and then worry about increasing your stability while aiming.
Edited by CorruptBE - 1/11/15 at 2:10pm
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post #5 of 8
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Originally Posted by CorruptBE View Post

That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard on this forum.

There's a "best" shape for everyone. The only issue is that it's a subjective matter. A shape one person hates can be loved by another.

Also if you have shaky hands, go with a lower dpi (more stability). It will be less likely to pick up your "shaking" sorta speak.

At the end of the day I would focus more on getting a shape you prefer and then worry about increasing your stability while aiming.

Thats what i said , dumb
post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 
thank you guys for reply.
CorruptBE,i gonna try to lower mouse dpi and use G302. But recently i increased it im to lazy nowadays. Used to play with 600 dpi ,since im older and dont want to win as first pririoty i increased it to 1200 dpi.
What mouse you use CorruptBE?

Thizito You use that asian version? idd its very light and tiny i have it aswell at home. Fun to use ,also thanks for reply.

I always switch mice ,mousepads soft to hard and dpi always find ways to improve ,but there is no best one or perfect setting i know ,but still i do it rolleyes.gif mouse fettish
post #7 of 8
Salmosa asian is very tiny, but very well constructed mice. i grip with fingertip
BUT i was super anoying to play cs/dod.. was fine on quakelive and tf2 scout/sniper
because you dont have safety to hold enough. it is SUPER confortable and i would recommend it 200% for mobas too
its a improved version of the normal salmosa, better coating/switches/shell/clicks/etc.. the only problem is LOD but TWO tapes can fix it.

But im back to claw grip a bigger mice. Sensei, i wanted to try the shape.
I bought the regular version and removed like 15-20g from internals.
I still aim worse, but ill get used to it. it is more fun to play csgo.
my recoil control improved like 200%.. was impossible with tiny salmosa.

In the end of day its all preference, we cant really tell the right mice. But sensei is a common shape which many people like, BUT with a payback of laser sensor, for high sensitivity is fine.
Mousepads just go for Artisan mousepads... They are the best on market and no doubt, who disagree never used one. I recommend Hien for "control-like" and Hayate for "normal" and Shiden's for "superfast"

But yes, use the lowest native dpi of your mice.. Usually is the best setting.
But, "Also if you have shaky hands, go with a lower dpi (more stability). It will be less likely to pick up your "shaking" sorta speak." this is stupid.
If you play with deathadder 1800dpi and 1 sens, is the same of 400dpi and 4.5 sens, no change AT ALL, and in some versions 1800dpi is better (thats a example)
Maybe he said for not use crazy 2000+dpis.. always go for native and lower one tough

I tip, first you need decide if you want ambidestrous mice or ergonomic. Later you decide weight and size.
After that, if the coating and clicks are fine, you worry about sensor(cant be a ****ty one tough)
Edited by thizito - 1/12/15 at 2:06am
post #8 of 8
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Originally Posted by CorruptBE View Post

Could you get used to a slightly lower sens?

(not something drastic, just a mild decrease, about 25% max)

Using a G302 with a lower sens to compensate and gain more stability could help.

Or maybe a more medium sized ambi mouse: FK1, Avior, ... something that fills in the void in between basically.

That was my first thought when reading OP's post.

Or the opposite, G402 with higher sens.
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