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Originally Posted by fuzzybass View Post

How the hell are you comparing chopsticks to a G303 mouse?

Lol.. my point wasn't to emphasize kitchen utensils. It was to highlight the degree of adaptation capable of our mighty morphing power ranger hands. No need to continue on this topic if you cannot connect the dots
post #4382 of 7008
I have already tried every other grip I could think of and the fingertip grip is the only one that doesnt make me tilt the mouse or affect how fast I can move the mouse. The biggest problem is stamina expenditure and cramps. There's a limit to how long I can hold the mouse like that without my fingers shaking and I have to take longj breaks in between and deal with a burning sensation in my hand. Despite this I still use this mouse because its the closest thing to a non smoothed mouse that I have on me atm that isnt a brick.
Edited by Zenith Phantasm - 10/26/15 at 9:52pm
post #4383 of 7008
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I have already tried every other grip I could think of and the fingertip grip is the only one that doesnt make me tilt the mouse or affect how fast I can move the mouse. The biggest problem is stamina expenditure and cramps.

I don't know what to tell you. I'm transitioning from years of using the three variations of MLT04 to the g303 with no problem.

I was in the military for several years; can't tell you if it's the training that made me able to adapt or the time I spent sacking off overseas that strengthened my grip and hand "stamina". Good luck regardless
post #4384 of 7008
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No thanks. I need the satisfaction in throwing it away.
Are you seriously saying peripherals can be in any shape or form, and they wouldn't do any damage to our hands?

No, I don't remember my self saying that at all.

If shape isn't comfortable to you on day one, do not god damn use it. How many times more do I have to repeat it?
Your hand WILL CRAMP if you try to squeeze any mouse, let alone handle it uncomfortably for hours. My hand is relaxed, comfortably claw gripping the mouse. But my hand also cramps if I squeeze G303 hard, thus I don't do it. This doesn't make mouse bad, self inflicted wounds aren't Logitech's fault.

If you do it your bones won't deform, no. It takes far more force to do that and you're most likely to break the mouse shell before you actually do any meaningful damage to your bones. That, if you don't have some kind of disease which makes your bones brittle, then we'll have another talk.
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Chopsticks were meant to be held in a relaxed manner. This mouse isn't without sacrificing movement speed or some other compromise.

Mice were designed to be held in a relaxed manner too. I actually tried holding G303 like you did. It doesn't require any force at all when held like that. Movement speed and control remain unchanged. Of course if I squeeze it, my fingers slip and palm start hurting from excessive force.
Edited by Melan - 10/26/15 at 10:37pm
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I still have growth plates >frown.gif its not a disease right?
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I'm going from years of ergonomic mouse to this flat mouse. I too have no trouble adjusting for the g303...I had more trouble trying to adjust for the g502's sniper button.

Although I'm still gripping the mouse like an ergonomic mouse, without any rests. So my fingers have a gap and never entirely resting on the mouse. Only the fingertips and very slightly the area where my pinky and ring finger end.

As for the stamina, seems like a problem that's far beyond the mouse. How's your forearm strength? How about those pull ups?
post #4387 of 7008
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Lol.. my point wasn't to emphasize kitchen utensils. It was to highlight the degree of adaptation capable of our mighty morphing power ranger hands. No need to continue on this topic if you cannot connect the dots

Yea, and I'm saying, comparing our ability to adapt to eating utensils to our ability to adapt to mice is a bad comparison, because they are COMPLETELY DIFFERENT things.

Yes, our hands can adapt to use chopsticks. But what if those chopsticks were hexagonal shaped? Octogon shape? Would we be able to adapt just as easily? Most likely not. As I said, there are limits. And for some, mice shaped like the G303 hits on some people's limits.

It's just ridiculous that you're telling someone they're "wrong" for not being able to adjust to a mouse's shape. If it doesn't work for them, it just doesn't work for them.
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But what if those chopsticks were hexagonal shaped? Octogon shape?

You haven't been to many japanese/chinese restaurants, have you?

I've seen things. No, didn't feel any different.
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Yea, and I'm saying, comparing our ability to adapt to eating utensils to our ability to adapt to mice is a bad comparison, because they are COMPLETELY DIFFERENT things.

Yes, our hands can adapt to use chopsticks. But what if those chopsticks were hexagonal shaped? Octogon shape? Would we be able to adapt just as easily? Most likely not. As I said, there are limits. And for some, mice shaped like the G303 hits on some people's limits.

It's just ridiculous that you're telling someone they're "wrong" for not being able to adjust to a mouse's shape. If it doesn't work for them, it just doesn't work for them.

Just stop, you're making a fool of yourself.. Why are you quoting wrong and directing that to me when that was melan
post #4390 of 7008
The omly way I can hold this mouse with afingertip grip is by clenching. If I relax my fingers then my hand would not be gripping the mouse in any way or form. I would just be touching air. If no ome realized by now my palm makes zero contact with the mouse The mouse's butt is too small and flat.
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