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post #11 of 20
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Originally Posted by hotwheels1997 View Post

That was my initial idea, but isn't the G402 bigger?




post #12 of 20
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Originally Posted by hotwheels1997 View Post

Thx for suggestions, but I've used mainly EC2-A and G303 so i'm used to a good sensor and no 20ms button lag. If a suggestions are given, I would prefer a 3310/3988/3989/3366 sensor.

Well the Evga X5 has a 3988 and not terrible button lag iirc. I think it was around 10ms which is somewhat acceptable imo. The sica has lower button lag with newer firmware, but I think it is still somewhere around 20ms down from 30ms, but it does have a 3310.
post #13 of 20
X10 = 6ms
X3/X5 = 9ms
Sica = 16ms
post #14 of 20
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

X10 = 6ms
X3/X5 = 9ms
Sica = 16ms

10mS is ok AFAIK, many people play with higher click latencies and dont even notice

The EVGA Torq X5 optical, has a nice sensor, it's light and has the shape OP wants
post #15 of 20
So weird that EVGA mice are completely ambidextrous but have the cord offset to the left.
I would have bought the X5 otherwise
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Edited by RevanCorana - 6/16/16 at 2:07am
post #16 of 20
The cable position really does not affect my performance at all with the X5. I never feel anything different about it.
post #17 of 20
G402 if you liked the G502.
post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by JackCY View Post

G402 if you liked the G502.

G402 is not adecuate at all, it is VERY similar to the g502, a little bit more angular and complex, it is the exact opposite of what op wants, I have had it for 1 year and the shape is far from good
post #19 of 20
Despite my G303 failing only recently (buttons) after some 14 months, I can really recommend giving its shape a try.

It might be unusual but it's really great for claw grip and light. The G402 and G502 on the other hand have a "right side" problem for me, and possibly other users, too. I never quite found a place for my ring finger and my pinky didn't feel comfortable on either.

But the G402 is slightly better IMO, the smoother surface and lighter weight work out nicely. The sensor is also quite good, but not the famed Pixart PMW3366 or whatever it is called in the G502 or G303.
post #20 of 20
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Originally Posted by Longasc View Post

Despite my G303 failing only recently (buttons) after some 14 months, I can really recommend giving its shape a try.

It might be unusual but it's really great for claw grip and light. The G402 and G502 on the other hand have a "right side" problem for me, and possibly other users, too. I never quite found a place for my ring finger and my pinky didn't feel comfortable on either.

But the G402 is slightly better IMO, the smoother surface and lighter weight work out nicely. The sensor is also quite good, but not the famed Pixart PMW3366 or whatever it is called in the G502 or G303.
Ehrm.. I have the G303 and experience pain in my wrist with it, had specified that in my main comment.
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