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YES IT IS MR. SIZE 5

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Is it possible to take apart by stabbing the feet with a screwdriver? Or you must peel them?
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Originally Posted by a_ak57 View Post

Oh right, I did forget to mention that the strain reliefs may not be interchangeable in which case you'd have to shove it inside the mouse where there's some space (shortening the cable a bit) or just cut it off. Strain reliefs aren't very important though IMO so it wouldn't be much of a loss.

Stress reliefs can be 100% necessary for some mice. The Zowie AM doesn't have any and the shell cuts the jacket open.

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Guess if you fully palm it and play with your whole arm rather than wrist only, its a different thing. But who really does that..

The best players in the world.
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Maybe it depends on the grip. Guess if you fully palm it and play with your whole arm rather than wrist only, its a different thing. But who really does that..
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The best players in the world.

Yeah, I was questioning why the "Pro" mouse isn't for palm grip considering that's what most FPS pros use.
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Originally Posted by acid_reptile View Post

Usually you are right, but not this time. The least people will even have their palm touching the mouse. Its just too small and gets too narrow to the front. 80% of the people, if not more, will use it as fingertip mouse.



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it seems like for Ino the sensor is not even in line with the thumb. http://imgur.com/y9TLho8

That looks in line with his thumb to me. I'm not sure how people properly judge their mouse movements with their fingers straight forward like that, but for me the sensor position looks great. With my grip I simply put my thumb and pinky/ring finger on either side of the sensor. The only thing that is important is that the sensor isn't too far back or forward for this to cause an awkward grip. Also it is nice if one of the thumb buttons is directly above where I'm grabbing because in some games I do use 1 thumb button. I really don't understand how people judge their mouse movement well without their fingertips on either side of the sensor though. If I don't do that I lose all feeling of control. I think I will prefer this sensor position to the g100s though.
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Strain reliefs aren't very important though IMO so it wouldn't be much of a loss.

That means they're working biggrin.gif
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Yeah, I was questioning why the "Pro" mouse isn't for palm grip considering that's what most FPS pros use.

I can palm a G100s, but I do have short fingers. I guess if I had average length fingers I would need the mouse to be 10mm longer.
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Yeah, I was questioning why the "Pro" mouse isn't for palm grip considering that's what most FPS pros use.

Do they? I don't know of anywhere that keeps track of pro's grip styles, but I would bet less than 50% use palm. It is probably the most popular, but I would think claw and fingertip combine for more than 50%.
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Yeah, I was questioning why the "Pro" mouse isn't for palm grip considering that's what most FPS pros use.

I don't think they do. I see many "claw" a smaller palmgrip mouse, like EC2-A for example.
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I don't think they do. I see many "claw" a smaller palmgrip mouse, like EC2-A for example.

I palm the EC2.
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