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They're not totally different, they're similar, but thank you. I'll bear this in mind.
I heard that the Revel had some minor issues, mainly w/ performance due to sensor implementation, mushy left and right buttons also? Was this apparent on within your model?

Mine was fine in that regard, only trouble I had was that the lower end was scratching a bit on my pad. I put hyperglides on it and now it's fine. Only thing now is that the LOD is so low that I sometimes accidentally cancel tracking trough tilting slightly. Probably would take 0.6mm skates next.
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It's closer to the Kana then the Sensei:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1611022/replacement-for-kana-v2/10#post_25510476

It has the same dimensions as my sensei raw, so why rather a Kana replacement?
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There are many photos of this mouse side by side with the G100, G3 and others of the classic Logitech Optical shape. That said, it is a smaller mouse compared to most out there in the market - and a good choice for finger tip. There's smaller mice, but not with these features.

I see. Small or big mouse not a concern for me.

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I'd say it caters more towards full claw/fingertip and small hand users

If your hand is big like 19cm or more - it is usable in those grips but you may be better off with the 403 - which fits me WAY better (I have big hands) and made a huge difference in overall consistency/comfort

Yeah, my hand setup is claw/fingertip. I not sure what to classify as "small" hands. Is it the length of measurement for hands. Is it the length of measurement from the end of the thumb to the end of the pinky?




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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

I think its personal.
With my 19x10 hands the G403 is just to big.
Maybe if it was thinner it would fit me better, but it's just to bulky/fat to grip for me.
Deathadder, G400 etc way to big.

But then again G pro is also slightly to small for me to grip comfortably with the sloped slippery sides.

Whats your hand size? Since you find the G403 a perfect fit for you.

How do I measure my hand size? Using a ruler and measuring like the image above?






Thanks everyone for the replies! Rep+
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Originally Posted by CorruptBE View Post

It's closer to the Kana then the Sensei:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1611022/replacement-for-kana-v2/10#post_25510476

After leaving the kana 2 years ago (only because of the sensor) and trying so many mice, coming back to the SteelSeries signature ambi shape is such a great feeling, only wish the dm1 was a bit smaller.

welp, nixues revel here I come tongue.gif

Using the g pro made me realize how important having the perfect shape is, couldn't aim at all with the g pro because of the high hump at the back and general curves, got the dm 1 and my aim feels really good after 30 minutes of use.

(had to cut a bit off the button's shell to stop it from getting stuck, and put some tape on the clicker to remove the pretravel on lmb)
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Originally Posted by maddada View Post

I should've gotten the revel instead of the dm1 pro frown.gif

After leaving the kana 2 years ago (only because of the sensor) and trying so many mice, coming back to the SteelSeries signature ambi shape is such a great feeling, only wish the dm1 was a bit smaller.

welp, nixues revel here I come tongue.gif

Using the g pro made me realize how important having the perfect shape is, couldn't aim at all with the g pro because of the high hump at the back and general curves, got the dm 1 and my aim feels really good after 30 minutes of use.

(had to cut a bit off the button's shell to stop it from getting stuck, and put some tape on the clicker to remove the pretravel on lmb)

Damn this is really interesting. I really enjoyed the shape of the G303 but after very long periods of gaming, it did give me minor discomfort. I'm currently using a Zowie EC2-A, would you say the shape of the G Pro is worse/better compared to the EC2-A because it just seems as if the best option for me, going by your advice is to get a Revel also.
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Originally Posted by raisethe3 View Post

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Originally Posted by kourada View Post

There are many photos of this mouse side by side with the G100, G3 and others of the classic Logitech Optical shape. That said, it is a smaller mouse compared to most out there in the market - and a good choice for finger tip. There's smaller mice, but not with these features.

I see. Small or big mouse not a concern for me.

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Originally Posted by ncck View Post

I'd say it caters more towards full claw/fingertip and small hand users

If your hand is big like 19cm or more - it is usable in those grips but you may be better off with the 403 - which fits me WAY better (I have big hands) and made a huge difference in overall consistency/comfort

Yeah, my hand setup is claw/fingertip. I not sure what to classify as "small" hands. Is it the length of measurement for hands. Is it the length of measurement from the end of the thumb to the end of the pinky?






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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

I think its personal.
With my 19x10 hands the G403 is just to big.
Maybe if it was thinner it would fit me better, but it's just to bulky/fat to grip for me.
Deathadder, G400 etc way to big.

But then again G pro is also slightly to small for me to grip comfortably with the sloped slippery sides.

Whats your hand size? Since you find the G403 a perfect fit for you.

How do I measure my hand size? Using a ruler and measuring like the image above?






Thanks everyone for the replies! Rep+

This is how I measure my hand.
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Originally Posted by Fragil1ty View Post

Damn this is really interesting. I really enjoyed the shape of the G303 but after very long periods of gaming, it did give me minor discomfort. I'm currently using a Zowie EC2-A, would you say the shape of the G Pro is worse/better compared to the EC2-A because it just seems as if the best option for me, going by your advice is to get a Revel also.

ec2 and g pro shapes can't be compared at all...

I'm sorry but I can't recommend any specific mouse for you..

all the new zowies, revel , dm1, g pro, g303, g403 (and many other mice) are almost perfect now, you just have select based on whichever mouse has a shape that's suited for you, mine is dm1/revel.

good luck smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Fragil1ty View Post

Damn this is really interesting. I really enjoyed the shape of the G303 but after very long periods of gaming, it did give me minor discomfort. I'm currently using a Zowie EC2-A, would you say the shape of the G Pro is worse/better compared to the EC2-A because it just seems as if the best option for me, going by your advice is to get a Revel also.

All of those mice are very different shapes. If you like the EC2 and want a 3366/3360 mouse the G403 is probably the closest currently available. Also there for the most part aren't worse/better shapes just different ones that work well for different grips and hand sizes. For example even though most people consider the EC2 comfortable and the G303 uncomfortable. I find the EC2 very uncomfortable and the G303 extremely comfortable.
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I've been using g pro for the past week but still i can't find a good grip on it. Flicking is good, fast and accurate, while i just can't do tracing well - seems every time I tend to apply excessive power in controlling it which actually makes it harder to control...My hand is 19*10 and coming from ZA13. Anyone else is having similar problem?
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

All of those mice are very different shapes. If you like the EC2 and want a 3366/3360 mouse the G403 is probably the closest currently available. Also there for the most part aren't worse/better shapes just different ones that work well for different grips and hand sizes. For example even though most people consider the EC2 comfortable and the G303 uncomfortable. I find the EC2 very uncomfortable and the G303 extremely comfortable.

Ah I get you. Yeah I mean, I like the EC2-A, but I much preferred the G303, but I had to return it due to the an error with the RMB. So at the moment, I'm looking for a new mouse as I don't really like the buttons on the EC2-A, they're usable, but I much prefer Omrons over Huanos, hence why I want to either get the Niexus Revel or the G Pro/ G403. I just don't know what to do at this point, completely stuck between waiting it out for the G Pro or just cancelling my pre-order and getting the Revel.
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

This is how I measure my hand.

Thank you for the helpful chart. Using the image as your guide, I came up with length= 7.25" width~ 4"

As stated my hand grip is fingertip/claw. Thank you.
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