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I have not had a lot of mice used a G7 over 5 years.Did the same thing you have procrastinate for weeks.After it was all said and done I have a Mionix Naos 5000 and could not be happier.It is the most comfortable mouse I have ever put my hand on has great sensor and software and feel as far as the soft rubber coating all the way around.It is made for a palm grip but I use a combo of both claw and palm when I game more palm for surfing.It really does not matter what anyone on here says until you feel and use it in person its all speculative.

The G9x is the mouse I would get if I was not happy with my 5000.It is for sure a claw grip mouse which is why the 5000 beat it out.
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post #32 of 36
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I'm not sure it is? Most people say it's a palm grip mouse. Like, I said before, after playing for a couple hours and focusing on how I grip the mouse. I do use a claw grip. When I'm surfing the web I have a more relaxed palm grip.

I have been eying up the G9x by Logitech. It seems like the best as far as grip, quality, and it's 69.99 on Newegg atm.
People say you can do both with the DA.
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I have not had a lot of mice used a G7 over 5 years.Did the same thing you have procrastinate for weeks.After it was all said and done I have a Mionix Naos 5000 and could not be happier.It is the most comfortable mouse I have ever put my hand on has great sensor and software and feel as far as the soft rubber coating all the way around.It is made for a palm grip but I use a combo of both claw and palm when I game more palm for surfing.It really does not matter what anyone on here says until you feel and use it in person its all speculative.

The G9x is the mouse I would get if I was not happy with my 5000.It is for sure a claw grip mouse which is why the 5000 beat it out.
Never even heard about the Minoix Naos 5000 until you mentioned it. I looked into it, and it looks very nice. I think the style might fit my grip perfectly. And, it sounds like's top quality. Thanks for mentioning it.
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Ya it was the same for me never heard of it until I looked around in here.They have a 3200 dpi model also just lesser sensor and no weights mainly.The mouse is lighter than I expected so I do have one 5 gram weight on each side as my G7 being cordless and more weight with the battery is what I was used to.Good luck !
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Never even heard about the Minoix Naos 5000 until you mentioned it. I looked into it, and it looks very nice. I think the style might fit my grip perfectly. And, it sounds like's top quality. Thanks for mentioning it.
Its sensor suffers from positive acceleration though. If you like that grip style, I would wait for the Puretrak Valor which is coming out next week.
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Its sensor suffers from positive acceleration though. If you like that grip style, I would wait for the Puretrak Valor which is coming out next week.
Ya maybe it does but it would also mean that most of the top gaming mice on the planet suffer from positive acceleration.The only thing I have noticed is that I am positive it accelerates to where I point it.

http://www.overclock.net/mice/854100...nce-sheet.html
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