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post #1401 of 2813
Thanks guys.

I'm used to heavy mouses, I'm currently using A4Tech XL-740k and I didn't even remove the weights. Yes it feels a little bit heavy but I got used to it and if I remove them I can't aim the same.

@Houser why do you think ZA12 can help me? I'm playing CS GO btw, forgot to mention that.
post #1402 of 2813
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Originally Posted by ftwknx View Post

Thanks guys.

I'm used to heavy mouses, I'm currently using A4Tech XL-740k and I didn't even remove the weights. Yes it feels a little bit heavy but I got used to it and if I remove them I can't aim the same.

@Houser why do you think ZA12 can help me? I'm playing CS GO btw, forgot to mention that.
If you are fingertip player wich moves the mouse only from the wrist, it is better for you to grab the za series, like I sad I have a steelseries sensei at home wich is a similar ambidextrous mouse, using it for browsing, in the past played with it.
It is only a matter of shapes, they all are good mice, so you have a large variation of dimensions from zowie...and you can choose easily.
When I will be back from work I will make some photos with how I grab both mice.
post #1403 of 2813
Quick question: for someone with a palm size of ~17cm, who prefers a fingertip / claw grip, would you recommend the EC2-A?

If yes: why?!
If no: why?!

Thanks.

PS: I'm looking for a mouse for work, and middle click is important.
post #1404 of 2813
Yeah you want the EC2...why?

cause you have small girly hands. tongue.gif
post #1405 of 2813
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Originally Posted by coccosoids View Post

Quick question: for someone with a palm size of ~17cm, who prefers a fingertip / claw grip, would you recommend the EC2-A?

If yes: why?!
If no: why?!

Thanks.

PS: I'm looking for a mouse for work, and middle click is important.

Yes. The mouse should fit you perfectly. Buy it.
post #1406 of 2813
Alright but I don't really like ambidextrous mouses so I think I'm going to stick with EC1-A. I'm not really using fingertip grip, more like a claw grip, but as I said I can still palm the mouse. I palm when I wanna relax and my aim is still decent, though I can't really palm my current mouse since it's too small and I think this is why I always try to claw it. In competitions I always claw (I'm a semi-pro player).
Edited by ftwknx - 10/26/15 at 12:38pm
post #1407 of 2813
Got a used EC2-A for ~30 bucks today. Perfect condition, full box, etc. The scrollwheel doesn't skip a single notch. The clicks are stiff compared to my last few mice. Overall it was really really worth it, as I love this shape (had an EC2-eVo a year ago but it started peeling and I couldn't be arsed to play with a peeling mouse).
post #1408 of 2813
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Originally Posted by vanir1337 View Post

Got a used EC2-A for ~30 bucks today. Perfect condition, full box, etc. The scrollwheel doesn't skip a single notch. The clicks are stiff compared to my last few mice. Overall it was really really worth it, as I love this shape (had an EC2-eVo a year ago but it started peeling and I couldn't be arsed to play with a peeling mouse).

Is the wheel easy to press? Is it usable as a third button?
post #1409 of 2813
Well coming from a deathadder, the scroll wheel button isn't hard to press... since they feel very similar in actuation. I don't have any other mice at the moment to really compare it to.. the only mice I have that are easier to use the scroll wheel button with are some of the older Logitech's like MX518/MX510. Overall, if your familiar with the Deathadder at all, it should feel relatively the same. I use it in game all the time. It's easy to press. Now easy to spam? Not exactly. .. but it's easily pressed when you need it.

The scroll wheel on this mouse reminds me heavily of the old DA 3.5G scroll wheel. They feel almost identical.
post #1410 of 2813
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Just updated my ASUS Z97-AR to the BIOS update from last week, it did feel a little better I guess, could of been placebo. Still having the issue where it feels like it doesn't track 100% of the time, mostly those tiny movements. Cleaned the sensor, put the replacement skates (less friction), formatted, etc.

Hm, I would RMA.. you really want one of these mice with a unit that works smile.gif
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