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Competitive gamer review and comparison: G-Wolves HT-M Hati 3360 vs Glorious Model O



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In my opinion any "gaming" mouse pad over $10 is a rip off unless you want to spend money on pure aesthetics. The $8 Supermat is better and cheaper than any "gaming" mousepad I've used. Zeus Gear XL is a good alternative.

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i think i'm gonna try model O size next. i picked up a used Capetown 2, n its flat out a kids mouse but I love how light it is.

too bad its also wrecking my wrist.

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i think i'm gonna try model O size next. i picked up a used Capetown 2, n its flat out a kids mouse but I love how light it is.

too bad its also wrecking my wrist.
If you ever get used to smaller mice, I think it gets progressively worse to go back to bigger ones; mostly because you start making use of the bigger amount of freedom of finger microadjustment that is harder with palm or quasi-palm grips.

If you want to try to Model O, I'd suggest also looking at the MM710, as it's a similar shape and size but lighter and with a shorter rear-end.
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If you think the Hati shape is great for you but you have tilt issues (although my hands arent nearly as big as yours, so who knows) just get the GProW . No holes, no cable, no tilt issues. personally my hati had garbage buttons and a lot of post travel and side movement. Also one mouse that might be good for your as well shape wise is the Roccat Kain 120/122. It has amazing buttons/ mouse wheel included, the only drawback is the weight and the sides are kinda rounded (not as bad as on the g305/og gpro though). And i remember you saying you really liked roccats sensor implementation on earlier mice.


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If you think the Hati shape is great for you but you have tilt issues (although my hands arent nearly as big as yours, so who knows) just get the GProW . No holes, no cable, no tilt issues. personally my hati had garbage buttons and a lot of post travel and side movement. Also one mouse that might be good for your as well shape wise is the Roccat Kain 120/122. It has amazing buttons/ mouse wheel included, the only drawback is the weight and the sides are kinda rounded (not as bad as on the g305/og gpro though). And i remember you saying you really liked roccats sensor implementation on earlier mice.
No, I never ranked any Roccat sensor highly. My rankings are here: https://old.reddit.com/r/MaxKArchive...boards_gaming/

Isn't the Logitech G Pro the same shape & weight as the G102/G203? Because I reviewed those already and did not like them.

I think "no cable" is unnecessary due to these fantastic lightweight, flexible cables. And "no cable" costs too much.

Holes are irrelevant. Tilt issues easily fixed. The only thing that's still annoying me is the scroll wheel not registering on occasion. It's not something I can get used to.

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G pro wireless has a different shape, it's really close to the Hati shape...
The G305 is the wireless version of the g102/203/g pro
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G Pro wireless as you saw by the comparison i linked is its incredibly close to the hati like almost a copy. So if you like the Hati you will like the Gprow as well.
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At 80 grams, the G Pro Wireless is way too heavy. I wouldn't want anything heavier than the Hati.

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80g too heavy...

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Most (all?) of the 'ultralight' mice have the chronic problem that they have rickity or bad buttons like the Model O, MM710, or Viper Mini. Sometimes I can play decent with a Model O-, other times if I need to spam click I won't get the clicks registered that I need, or the fact that you have to fight the rickity buttons combined with an ultralight shell will pull your cursor off target of where you were trying to click. So ultralight mice really need light clicks equal or better than their heavier or larger counterparts, but they instead give you worse buttons.

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