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Looking for good gaming fingertip grip mouse

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Looking for a gaming mouse that's size-wise like this stock Dell one:

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41KYNQOVkrL._SY300_.jpg

I'm guessing at least a few of you have one lying around so you can see its size/feel. I've been using it for years and am very used to it/love the feel. I just want something with a few more buttons and a great sensor. I tried a Corsair M65 which is supposed to be great for shooters (what I'm mostly basing my purchase on though I also play RTS/MOBA/RPGs), but it just felt way too big. I'm not opposed to lots of buttons as long as they don't get in the way, but I only "need" like 1 or 2 more. In doing a bit of research it sounds like I probably want the Omrom switches too as I'm guessing that is what is in the stock dell mouse. Also I want a mouse wheel that clicks easily -- going back to the Corsair example again, the middle button felt a bit too difficult to click.

My hands are 19cm. I tend to use my arm a bit (I don't keep my wrist 100% static and only use my fingers in other words). My hand will sometimes touch the back of the mouse but it never "rests" there unless I am not clicking at all for an extended period of time -- I definitely do not want something with a big hump in the middle or back. I use low sensitivity in most games. Budget is unlimited more or less.
Edited by Noxos - 1/29/16 at 8:53am
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I am in the same shoes....As of now, i have 3 mice:

1) Logitech g100s, 2) roccat lua, 3)Razer Abyssus 2014...

Roccat lua is the smallest one and the back of my hand never rests on it and i really like that...

Roccat and Razer i use mostly for FPS games; G100s is mostly used for RPGs....
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post #3 of 7
I just picked up a Xornet II over Christmas. I have a kinda claw/palm hybrid grip with small hands. I'm loving the mouse. I suggest taking a look at it at least.
post #4 of 7
The Castor is actually pretty good for that, not so much a Palm Grip mouse but it's actually good for Fingertip Grips.
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How do these different mice do in the ease of clickability of the mouse wheel? I'm a bit concerned because they all have a similar-ish appearance to the Corsair's wheel.
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Logi G100s, Roccat Lua, ASUS ROG Sica, Razer Abyssus, Zowie FK1/2, maybe Zowie ZA11/12/13
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Forgive my English , it is null.


I'm like you, looking for a mouse fingergrip tip.
now I use a redragon lavawolf , it's no wonder , but it does very well its function , and the size is perfect for a hand of 19 cm.
I 'm looking for a mouse to the PC board . Seeking maximum dimensions 120x70x40 mice with side buttons

After 2 weeks rewiers looking and seeing my list mouse fingertrip grip is reduced to these:

mionix avior 700
evga torq x10
razer orochi 2015 (I discard , for my budget)
steelseries kana v2
zowie fk2 and ec2-a (the Zowie not convince me that are plug and play, and I like to adjust and change the DPI)
mad cat RAT 3

avior 700 think will choose , but my main concern is that I will touch the right buttons with my ring finger , because of my grasp
someone has had problems with ambidextrous because of the side buttons on the opposite side ? mice, will be really annoying or can get used ? any experience?
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