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post #31 of 67
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I've only ever come across the trimmed lens on the EC series. Anyone ever have it on an FK, or ZA?

My white & black ZA11 was flawless.
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Actually i guess you should consider Rival 300 and G402, as these are among the biggest mouse for palm grip.

The G502 had an annoying button where my thumb rested. I couldn't really work around it.
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I have 19+cm hands and G303 works well with claw grip for me.

It's something I would have to adjust to, from palm grip. I tend to do a hybrid grip on my DA 2013 since it's not long enough.
post #32 of 67
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So I just tried out the m100 by Logitech, and I liked the shape a lot.



FYI, I refunded the EC1-A. The g303 seems intriguing enough to try, so I think I'll go for that next.
post #33 of 67
M100? isn't that just some cheap office mouse with a pretty bad sensor?
post #34 of 67
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M100? isn't that just some cheap office mouse with a pretty bad sensor?

Yeah, I was talking about the shape though.
post #35 of 67
Why not get a G100s?
post #36 of 67
M100 has a hump. It's also a pretty damn comfy mouse, though you're not going to play with that sensor.
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post #37 of 67
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M100 has a hump. It's also a pretty damn comfy mouse, though you're not going to play with that sensor.

Of course not. What I'm trying to say, is that I can grip it better than most ergonomic mice. Hence, why I might like the g303.
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Why not get a G100s?

I'd rather invest in something that looks a bit more durable, personally.
Edited by Foclock - 2/22/16 at 9:00pm
post #38 of 67
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Of course not. What I'm trying to say, is that I can grip it better than most ergonomic mice. Hence, why I might like the g303.
I'd rather invest in something that looks a bit more durable, personally.
if you're looking for ergonomic mice, please stay away from the g303. the sharp edges in the back and sides are gonna kill your hand if the grip is anything other than fingertip redface.gif
post #39 of 67
'looks' durable? what does that translate to when it comes to mice biggrin.gif big?

more importantly, what kind of durability are you looking for? durable switches? durable coating? durable as in you can drop the mouse multiple times and nothing inside the mouse breaks or dislodges?
many mice have come with issues, despite how durable they might look: breaking cables, deteriorating coating, short-living mouse feet, malfunctioning scroll wheel, double-click issues, sensor rattle, etc..
you weren't able to tell that any of the mice had any of those problems, but they did. (my point is you can not tell from the outside if something is durable.)

that said.. i haven't owned my G100s for that long, but i don't really see a reason not to call it durable.
post #40 of 67
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.. i haven't owned my G100s for that long, but i don't really see a reason not to call it durable.

Wait another year of heavy usage before classifying it as "DURABLE" thinking.gif .
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