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Ino, you mentioned that the ZA12 feels more like the FK1 in size due to the larger hump, would you say the same is true for ZA13 and FK2?

Hm, difficult, but I'd say the ZA13 feels even smaller due to width being reduced even more.
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That's kinda what I was afraid of. Really wish all three mice were the same width. I want something short but not too skinny. Guess I'll continue waiting for amazon itself to stock them all then just buy the 12/13 then take advantage of the return policy.
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Ino, are the main buttons significantly softer to click than the ones on the AM-FG or Evo Cl? I've always found the AM-FG and to some extent the Evo Cl quite tiring after a few hours of desktop usage.
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Ino, are the main buttons significantly softer to click than the ones on the AM-FG or Evo Cl? I've always found the AM-FG and to some extent the Evo Cl quite tiring after a few hours of desktop usage.

The EC is much different than the AM, FK, ZA mice. It's best to compare the ZA to the AM or FK mice.
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Ino, are the main buttons significantly softer to click than the ones on the AM-FG or Evo Cl? I've always found the AM-FG and to some extent the Evo Cl quite tiring after a few hours of desktop usage.

Lighter than AM and FK, EC feels lightest still, but as Popups said, that's a completely different design.
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I am using kinzu v3. Do you think za13 will replace kinzu well? I'm looking for a mouse with same shape of kinzu and better sensor/button. How do you feel about za11/12/13 scroll wheel?
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I am using kinzu v3. Do you think za13 will replace kinzu well? I'm looking for a mouse with same shape of kinzu and better sensor/button. How do you feel about za11/12/13 scroll wheel?

Never had a Kinzu myself, but a friend of mine switched from Kinzu to the FK2 and really liked it, so I'd say either go for that or the ZA12.
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Never had a Kinzu myself, but a friend of mine switched from Kinzu to the FK2 and really liked it, so I'd say either go for that or the ZA12.

I had the kinzu and the FK2. Kinzu felt much lighter and had a nice rounded butt. The FK2 has no butt at all which was a reason I didn't like it (other than the clicks). Kinzu was awesome though.
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If the clicks are lighter than the FK1 then I'm sold. FK1 had that little too much actuation force for me!
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If the clicks are lighter than the FK1 then I'm sold. FK1 had that little too much actuation force for me!

i believe it's the same actuation as the FK1 which is a bummer. =(

should be somewhere in this thread or the other zowie thread that it's been mentioned.
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