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post #21 of 35
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What to pick?! What to pick?!

are those to scale?
post #22 of 35
Thread Starter 
Most of them kinda yes. But I wasn't very scientific really... the Diamondback especially is really off-scale. I would've been more 'anal' about these if I could've found close to orthographic views of the mice, but most are just bad photos taken with bad lenses and bad settings. smile.gif The most important part is the dimensioning - you can extrapolate a lot from those.
post #23 of 35
Hmmm how wide is the xornet?
post #24 of 35
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A little too wide. The dimensions specified are 75mm. You can tell from the lineup that it is pretty wide in fact. For me, ~17cm hands, feels a bit uncomfortable. Been using it for about two weeks. If you're playing it becomes a little more relaxed, but if you're doing desktop work it's rather strenuous.
post #25 of 35
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So in the end which one have you kept?

If were to pick 3 in no particular order I would go for Diamondback, Zowie EC2, Kinzu V3.

I haven't settled on one yet. I've been switching between an old krait 2013, savu, and now im fingertip gripping a g502. I tend to prefer a little width, but not so much height. The sensei is pretty much my perfect shape, but the za12 etc., were way too tall to mimic that so I returned those as well.


Hmm how about the mionix castor:
It seems to be about 3mm longer than the sensei, 2mm taller, and 2mm wider...pretty close in shape but has a little nub for your pinky.

122.46 x 70.42 x 40.16 Dimensions

vs the

Sensei
125.5 x 68.3 x 38.7
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post #26 of 35
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Thought I'd update this really quick.
I got the EC2-A and it is NOT a good candidate for fingertip grip for hands under <18cm, so beware.
post #27 of 35
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Originally Posted by coccosoids View Post

Thought I'd update this really quick.
I got the EC2-A and it is NOT a good candidate for fingertip grip for hands under <18cm, so beware.

Feel like anyone who owns an EC2 could of told you that wink.gif
post #28 of 35
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Feel like anyone who owns an EC2 could of told you that wink.gif

Surprisingly, no! Everyone told me that it is great for fingertip... Meh... hole in my pocket.
post #29 of 35
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Do not get the g pro if you identify with my original post! It's not good for fingertip gripping.
post #30 of 35
I'm also struggling finding perfect fingertip mouse. What is strange that any cheap small-factor office mouse is much more comfortable in hand that any other high-end gaming mouse. For example I was getting cramps when using Logitech G Pro but I have zero issues working with MX Anywhere 2 the whole day. If it had "gaming sensor" and lighter LMB/RMB, it would be perfect.
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