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Does sensor position make a different with certain grip styles?

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Im a claw gripper and do most of the work with my wrist. Should i get a mouse with a sensor centered or high up?
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Sensor should always be centered regardless of grip. Usually only Logitech's terrible mice have non-centered positions.
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Originally Posted by WMO1.1a View Post
Sensor should always be centered regardless of grip. Usually only Logitech's terrible mice have non-centered positions.
logitech makes great mice, alot easier to use then most of razors, they don't fit your hand at all
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logitech makes great mice, alot easier to use then most of razors, they don't fit your hand at all
Agreed.
Look at his sig, regardless what he says it's going to be biased.

I have been using a Logitech G5 for over 5 years, I've gone pro in HL2DM back in the day [competing against the top 100 ranked players in their competitive servers]
Yes, my laser is slightly to the right but it makes zero difference as you're moving the mouse and the laser as a whole.

I'm a fingertip grip user and I haven't had a single issue with my laser being off-centered.
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