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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-13-2015, 03:44 PM - Thread Starter
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Good evening everyone,
I have got tiny hands and prefer to use mice with only three buttons, but still like my mouse to have an ergonomically shaped shell, best possible sensor and as little as possible delay.
Apart from Razer all others of the big four in esports/gaming gear seem to have discontinued their smallest and most raw mice.
Will there be descendants or which most up to date options do I have in small, simplistic mice with little buttons?

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Zowie ZA13. Small-ish, no drivers, great sensor. Has 5 buttons though.
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one word; logitech g303 : ] its just rediculous!
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Thank you guys for your replies!

Sadly all of these mice are not as minimalistic as I'd like having 5/7 buttons.
I am looking for a mouse without side buttons since I don't need and want them.

In the meantime I found out about the Roccat Lua, but it seems to have an inferior sensor to the G100s and also looks even worse.
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it's hard to found a decent mouse without sides buttons but you don't have to use em anyways
i'll recommend the xornet ii as well
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So you want 5-7 buttons, but no side buttons???

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So you want 5-7 buttons, but no side buttons???

He has literally said he wants small, simple three-button mice.
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Thank you guys for your replies!

Sadly all of these mice are not as minimalistic as I'd like having 5/7 buttons.
I am looking for a mouse without side buttons since I don't need and want them.

In the meantime I found out about the Roccat Lua, but it seems to have an inferior sensor to the G100s and also looks even worse.

He said it here.

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