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post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by BifePlays View Post

Just a little bump and doubt: how are the guano switches? Are they any good for jitter clicking?

The clicks being hard disappears with time and use because the shell loosen up.

However huanos has a pretty strong feedback when clicking, so you're always going to feel like you're clicking a button, kinda like blue switches for keyboards. They can be annoying to spam click that's for sure, but if you play stuff like csgo, it wouldn't matter much.

If you're a guy that likes to spam multiple quick clicks with ease and not feeling like you want to give an effort doing so, look elsewhere.

Mostly you can get used to them, but it all depends on what you play really.. When I first got the FK and played league I hated everything about it because of the buttons.

But then I got the ZA13 and the buttons were a bit softer to click but still has the huano feedback. So if you like mice where you know exactly how many times you've clicked and you don't mind the feedback and generally play games like fps, the Zowie will be fine.

But imo they are not that good for moba/casual games where you want to click all the time, the feedback can get annoying because it makes you feel the clicks.

As I said, with time they get loose and easier and you get used to them, but other mice are always going to feel better/easier clicking. Unless you actually prefers huanos.
Edited by Aymanb - 6/11/16 at 2:05am
post #12 of 16
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Aymanb View Post

The clicks being hard disappears with time and use because the shell loosen up.

However huanos has a pretty strong feedback when clicking, so you're always going to feel like you're clicking a button, kinda like blue switches for keyboards. They can be annoying to spam click that's for sure, but if you play stuff like csgo, it wouldn't matter much.

If you're a guy that likes to spam multiple quick clicks with ease and not feeling like you want to give an effort doing so, look elsewhere.

Mostly you can get used to them, but it all depends on what you play really.. When I first got the FK and played league I hated everything about it because of the buttons.

But then I got the ZA13 and the buttons were a bit softer to click but still has the huano feedback. So if you like mice where you know exactly how many times you've clicked and you don't mind the feedback and generally play games like fps, the Zowie will be fine.

But imo they are not that good for moba/casual games where you want to click all the time, the feedback can get annoying because it makes you feel the clicks.

As I said, with time they get loose and easier and you get used to them, but other mice are always going to feel better/easier clicking. Unless you actually prefers huanos.

Well, I don't mind the feedback, but I still need to spam clicks as fast as possible, so I guess it's hardness will affect me until they get loose, and that's something I wouldn't like. Thanks for the help btw
post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by BifePlays View Post

Well, I don't mind the feedback, but I still need to spam clicks as fast as possible, so I guess it's hardness will affect me until they get loose, and that's something I wouldn't like. Thanks for the help btw

If you don't mind the feedback then they won't be a problem for you to click. The feedback is the only bad thing about them, they are not really hard to click, it's just the impression they give you because of the feedback.

But if you're looking for a mouse that you want to spam click, others will be better because of the feedback. You mentioned mice like castor and deathadder, both which have softer clicks than Zowies.

The ec2-a doesn't have the same hard shell as the other Zowie mice, but they do have the feedback but I don't think it's going to bother you at all in comparison to a FK.

Bottom line is they are not physically hard to click, it's more the feeling they give you when you click them, they make absolutely sure for you to know how many times you are clicking.

Only games I found them annoying (not ec2) was spamming the tec9 in csgo and playing league of legends. Other than that you don't mind the clicks that much.

Again, the ec2 is softer than both because it has a much more loose shell that is easier to click down. Some say the ZA is just as easy to click, but for me I had the ZA13, while it was much softer than the FK, I still find the ec2 to be easier. Maybe the ZA12 or ZA11 are easier than the ZA13 because of the size differences but no idea as I haven't tried the others.
Edited by Aymanb - 6/12/16 at 1:12am
post #14 of 16
In my humble opinion, the g303 has the best sensor right now. The smoothness and responsiveness is really hard to believe. For a 3310 sensor, I would say mionix castor has the best implementation followed by the roccat kpm, the differences between is pretty obvious though, kpm has a slight swampy feeling to it.
Shape and clicks wise, g303 and castor has very light clicks good for spamming but this 2 shapes are a pita. Kpm was most comfortable but then coating is slippery, its more slippery than the castor right side.

Zowie ec2-a clicks arent that bad for fps I feel, not much spamming required and ec2a has the lightest clicks among the zowie mice. Havent tested ec2a in game so cant comment much on sensor. Zowie pretty much ticks all criteria for most buyers except for their well known build quality issues.

If there are new mice or sensor going to be released soon, I would say wait or just go for zowie with warranty hopefully
post #15 of 16
g602 - not the cheapest but not the dearest - so happy with it thumb.gif
post #16 of 16
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Originally Posted by Aymanb View Post

If you don't mind the feedback then they won't be a problem for you to click. The feedback is the only bad thing about them, they are not really hard to click, it's just the impression they give you because of the feedback.

But if you're looking for a mouse that you want to spam click, others will be better because of the feedback. You mentioned mice like castor and deathadder, both which have softer clicks than Zowies.

The ec2-a doesn't have the same hard shell as the other Zowie mice, but they do have the feedback but I don't think it's going to bother you at all in comparison to a FK.

Bottom line is they are not physically hard to click, it's more the feeling they give you when you click them, they make absolutely sure for you to know how many times you are clicking.

Only games I found them annoying (not ec2) was spamming the tec9 in csgo and playing league of legends. Other than that you don't mind the clicks that much.

Again, the ec2 is softer than both because it has a much more loose shell that is easier to click down. Some say the ZA is just as easy to click, but for me I had the ZA13, while it was much softer than the FK, I still find the ec2 to be easier. Maybe the ZA12 or ZA11 are easier than the ZA13 because of the size differences but no idea as I haven't tried the others.

Well, the thing is I really loved the Deathadder switches, the only reason I don't buy anohter is because of its build quality. I had a bad experience with it that it fell on the floor and got completely destroyed... But thanks for the help anyway
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Originally Posted by queerquirks View Post

In my humble opinion, the g303 has the best sensor right now. The smoothness and responsiveness is really hard to believe. For a 3310 sensor, I would say mionix castor has the best implementation followed by the roccat kpm, the differences between is pretty obvious though, kpm has a slight swampy feeling to it.
Shape and clicks wise, g303 and castor has very light clicks good for spamming but this 2 shapes are a pita. Kpm was most comfortable but then coating is slippery, its more slippery than the castor right side.

Zowie ec2-a clicks arent that bad for fps I feel, not much spamming required and ec2a has the lightest clicks among the zowie mice. Havent tested ec2a in game so cant comment much on sensor. Zowie pretty much ticks all criteria for most buyers except for their well known build quality issues.

If there are new mice or sensor going to be released soon, I would say wait or just go for zowie with warranty hopefully

The problem is I can't wait, because I will be travelling in less than a month. I don't want to go with the G303 because I am hesitant of it's shape, and the Castor the switches seem to wear out due time (I gave mine to my brother, and I can notice how they wear out in a matter of months). I am concerned about the ec2-a performance in FPS, but to play "competitive minecraft pvp", spamming clicks such as jitter clicking is almost a must.
And what do you mean with a "Swampy feeling" on the Kone Pure Military?
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Originally Posted by ladcrooks View Post

g602 - not the cheapest but not the dearest - so happy with it thumb.gif

The 602 is something that I am trying to avoid, as soon as it doesn't have RGB lights, they are wireless (and I don't know if I need to go wireless in trade of having to charge it + performance loss) and I have no idea about the switches and the sensor on it.

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