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My recommendation is the WMO. I could recommend the Abyssus, but it is WAY too expensive.

G9x weighs TOO MUCH, Abyssus costs TOO MUCH, G500 accelerates TOO MUCH, the Naos 3200's lift off distance is TOO MUCH, the IME 3.0 buttons suck and weigh TOO MUCH and the Kinzu's level of correction is way TOO MUCH!

WMO forever.

Exactly my thoughts on all those mice! What about the IO 1.1? Isn't that for small hands as well? How is the grip on 1.1 compared to WMO?

Thank you
post #22 of 34
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Originally Posted by Shad0w99 View Post
Exactly my thoughts on all those mice! What about the IO 1.1? Isn't that for small hands as well? How is the grip on 1.1 compared to WMO?

Thank you
I'm having second thoughts about the WMO. It doesn't feel right in my hand for some reason.

I don't know about the 1.1... I was gonna buy it but it wasn't at my local Frys. I want to see how its buttons perform because it's not like most thumb buttoned mice. I need to test it in person.
Edited by cuad - 4/10/11 at 1:58am
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http://www.staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/...q=krait&spos=3

They're from Australia but you could try one of them if you wanted.
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post #24 of 34
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I'm having second thoughts about the WMO. It doesn't feel right in my hand for some reason.

I don't know about the 1.1... I was gonna buy it but it wasn't at my local Frys. I want to see how its buttons perform because it's not like most thumb buttoned mice. I need to test it in person.

I know what you mean. I read your posts. I feel that bump on the right side too. Even though WMO is the most comfortable out of all the ones I tried, it still doesnt feel right. That bump kinda feels not right. I have had others hold the mice and they dont feel anything. Maybe you and me are built weird. What you think about the Razer Lachesis, suppose to be a claw grip mouse. Lots of known problems?

I don't think they have the 1.1 in any retail stores. You probably have to get it online.

Thank you
post #25 of 34
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Ok then... what about the weight + price compared to the WMO 1.1a? WMO weighs 80g and cost me 13$, $15 after taxes.

There's no way the Spawn beats it on those two fronts.
It can't beat on price and it might be slightly heaver but only slighty

After using 15-20different gaming mice this one is definately the best I had especially shape and sensor wise
post #26 of 34
I recently went through a battle of trying to find a new mouse for the same grip styles.

I used the Razer Lachesis for years, and love it. It's light and the ambidextrous design is awesome for claw/fingertip users. Plenty of buttons which are re-mappable. One of my favorite mice to date. Was going to try the new 5600 DPI model, but opted to try some others first.

Most, I was not impressed with.

For fingertip/claw, I've never been a big fan of 'right handed' only designs. They're either too large for fingertip/claw or they are hard to pick up and/or balance with minimal effort (thumb/little figner mostly).

I've bought and tried many mice on the market or have tried from other people who own them. I'm rather picky when it comes to the feel since I'm one of the fingertip/claw guys; I'm also particularly picky about the feel of the click response/roller.

The one that caught me by surprise, is actually the Cyborg R.A.T. 7. Although a bit heavier than others in that area, with all the extra weights out, I found it to be a very good weight. The customization allowed it to quickly become the most comfortable mouse I've ever used. The balance with the weights out is awesome too. Grip is great. I barely have to grab it at all to be able to lift it perfectly flat without issue. Most 'solid' feeling mouse I've ever used. No flex, button response is spot on. It's probably not for everyone, as it is quite pricey... but comfort/click for me, it quickly became number 1. The Razer Lachesis was sadly pushed aside after getting used to the R.A.T. as I don't experience any hand fatigue with the R.A.T. even after some extended gaming sessions, and it's little 'heftier' feel is better for me in Photoshop.
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A lot of people say the RAT9 has tracking issues, is it not just a wireless version of the RAT7 and also I saw a youtube video showing that the mouse tilts a bit.
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post #28 of 34
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I'm having second thoughts about the WMO. It doesn't feel right in my hand for some reason.

I don't know about the 1.1... I was gonna buy it but it wasn't at my local Frys. I want to see how its buttons perform because it's not like most thumb buttoned mice. I need to test it in person.
The 1.1 utilizes industry standard Omron d2fc-f-7n microswitches for the left and right main clicks, but uses much cheaper WMO style (50g?) switches for the back and forward side buttons.

Weight is 86g. Same faulty (prone to breaking) MS scroll wheel on all their mice. I was to a point where I started ordering 1.1's from china ($10/mouse) before I settled on the DA.
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The 1.1 utilizes industry standard Omron d2fc-f-7n microswitches for the left and right main clicks, but uses much cheaper WMO style (50g?) switches for the back and forward side buttons.

Weight is 86g. Same faulty (prone to breaking) MS scroll wheel on all their mice. I was to a point where I started ordering 1.1's from china ($10/mouse) before I settled on the DA.
I don't really care for the scroll wheel. Any idea where I can buy the 1.1SE? the black one?

Thank you
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The Abyssus is a great fingertip mouse.
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