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Asus TUF Gaming M5 (3327, small ambi)

https://www.asus.com/ae-en/Keyboards...pecifications/

- L 111 x W 61 x H 42 mm
- 85 g without cable
- Pixart PAW3327
- 50M Omrons
- 2 left side buttons
- Side grips are textured plastic
- Around 50USD

Edit: Great review by vanir > https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/TUF_Gaming_M5/







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I'm currently writing my review for this one. Absolutely fantastic so far, but I didn't check the sensor yet. Feels like a slightly bulkier Venator. It's small, but has all the right curves for my claw grip.

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looks awful, that sharp incline into that hump looks very strange aesthetically
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Looks somewhat interesting. Will it have 2000Hz meme polling and 25ms click delay though?

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Quote: Originally Posted by vanir1337 View Post
I'm currently writing my review for this one. Absolutely fantastic so far, but I didn't check the sensor yet. Feels like a slightly bulkier Venator. It's small, but has all the right curves for my claw grip.
Interesting. What were your main/preferred mice previously?

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Interesting. What are/were you main/preferred mice previously?
I've used a Venator for almost a year before switching to the Logi G Pro Wireless. This is very similar to the Venator in terms of feel.

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this one is probably in the top5 for the worst shapes of all time, it's always a bless to know that all the small mice have dreadful shapes...
anyway this one would have been too small for me anyway looks like an heavy fingertip mouse like
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Looks like it'll have better support for your hands than a G Pro.... the G303 on the other hand was amazing.
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Yeah, seems really tall for a small mouse. I think that would interfere with my finger tip grip because the pads of my fingers float just above the back of the mouse on the g303 and gpro. This has a very far back hump and is a lot taller though so I'd probably end up making a lot of contact or ending up with my hand a lot more clawed than normal to avoid contact.

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Quote: Originally Posted by vanir1337 View Post
I'm currently writing my review for this one. Absolutely fantastic so far, but I didn't check the sensor yet. Feels like a slightly bulkier Venator. It's small, but has all the right curves for my claw grip.
Vanir, any ETA on when will you finish the review (i presume it's gonna be on TPU)? I can get one locally, but you need to pre-order and wait for it to be delivered for some time.

I'm just hoping it has low click latency (anything you can share yet?) and they didn't screw up the mouse with sensor performance or massive main/side buttons pre-travel. Just from looking at the shape/dimensions it looks godsend for my hand (18x10cm) with aggressive claw grip, but only actually using it for some time can tell if it good enough.
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