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Zowie EC1-A or EC2-A

Poll Results: EC2-A or EC1-A

 
  • 61% (8)
    EC2-A
  • 38% (5)
    EC1-A
13 Total Votes  
post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 
Hi, I was wondering whether to buy the Zowie EC1-A or EC2-A. My hand is about 19-19.5 cm and I prefer to be able to press my palm against the back of the mouse and still be able to click with my fingertips (basically full palming but i wanted to emphasize that i want to be able to use my fingertips to click). I have been using the deathadder and I have the EC2-A, but the EC2-A feels too small and narrow for me. I just wanted to know if the EC1-A is going to be too big or not big enough. Also, anyone with my hand size and the EC1-A, could you tell me if you find it difficult to press the side buttons when you have your palm pressed against the back of the mouse?
post #2 of 13
if I fully palm with my ~20cm hands , I think the EC-1 is too small wink.gif and for me the sidebuttons are too far in the back ( yea my english is bad , had to cramp the thump to reach the sidebuttons then )
post #3 of 13
Quote:
Originally Posted by Nijindia18 View Post

Hi, I was wondering whether to buy the Zowie EC1-A or EC2-A. My hand is about 19-19.5 cm and I prefer to be able to press my palm against the back of the mouse and still be able to click with my fingertips (basically full palming but i wanted to emphasize that i want to be able to use my fingertips to click). I have been using the deathadder and I have the EC2-A, but the EC2-A feels too small and narrow for me. I just wanted to know if the EC1-A is going to be too big or not big enough. Also, anyone with my hand size and the EC1-A, could you tell me if you find it difficult to press the side buttons when you have your palm pressed against the back of the mouse?

If you feel the Ec2-a is too small & narrow then why is it in the poll?
post #4 of 13
Thread Starter 
If you thought the EC1-A was too big you would say EC2-A
post #5 of 13
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Klopfer View Post

if I fully palm with my ~20cm hands , I think the EC-1 is too small wink.gif and for me the sidebuttons are too far in the back ( yea my english is bad , had to cramp the thump to reach the sidebuttons then )
Is there any mouse you recommend from Zowie (or another brand)?
post #6 of 13
Thread Starter 
Also, which is best for palm grip: ZA11 or EC1-A?
post #7 of 13
Quote:
Originally Posted by Nijindia18 View Post

Also, which is best for palm grip: ZA11 or EC1-A?

ec1 is best for palm
post #8 of 13
ZA Series width is too less ( for me )
I dont know any mouse atm which is really comfortable for fully palm ...( Rival/300 is too thin ... ) maybe the Roccat Kone XTD ( optical [ 3988 Sensor ] )
post #9 of 13
Ec1-a definitely for palm. For me I have to pull my hand a little bit back if I want the length of my fingers to touch the mouse but I still have enough of my palm on the mouse.

I guess I got used to the position of the side buttons, I just bend my thumb but I do wish it was more on the front so that it feels more natural.
post #10 of 13
i have 19 by 9.5 cm hands and the ec2a almost looks too big for me. i like mice with a small grip width like the g303 or the g100s because it allows me to wrap my fingers around it and get a tight grip, which improves my aim in CS significantly. I felt a huuge difference going from the zowie fk1 to the g303.
Honestly, if you want to get better at aiming, try a mouse with a smaller grip width and adapt to a claw/palm grip. Maybe try the Roccat Kone Pure Military?
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