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12-29-2015 08:17 AM
Bashslash Got this as my results http://imgur.com/YxGt7o0
02-20-2014 04:53 PM
sandywind
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Originally Posted by shin4649 View Post

it's extremely easy to press it by accident with your ring finger depending on how you grip your mouse.
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Originally Posted by reddy89 View Post

Either have it like the Sensei or don't have any at all.
My ring finger is almost straight and touches the mouse side completely from tip to base in a palm grip. Using the CM Storm Recon, the side buttons are almost exactly under it. Would it be different with the Sensei? Buying a Sensei is also an option. I am not overly concerned about acceleration.
02-19-2014 09:29 PM
reddy89
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Originally Posted by shin4649 View Post

Definitely perceptible by touch. It doesn't hurt at all though. The only real problem I have is that the side buttons are HUGE, and because there's a gaping gap (ha-ha) around it, it's extremely easy to press it by accident with your ring finger depending on how you grip your mouse. That has been a minor issue for me though. The shape and sensor is just perfect otherwise. Although.... the surface could use some improvements. I'll probably try to Plasti Dip it or something.
Agreed. Side buttons are horrible. Either have it like the Sensei or don't have any at all. That and the sensor position needs to be centered. My only complaints about it.
02-19-2014 06:49 PM
shin4649
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Originally Posted by sandywind View Post

I love the smooth sides of the Kinzu v2, but that mouse is somewhat short and the switches of the non Pro version are hard to press. I'd like to try the Kana v2, however I fear that the side buttons make it uncomfortable for the ring finger. The side buttons have been shaped in a very smooth way, but there is an apparently wide gap around each button. Is that gap perceptible by touch? Does it hurt?

Definitely perceptible by touch. It doesn't hurt at all though. The only real problem I have is that the side buttons are HUGE, and because there's a gaping gap (ha-ha) around it, it's extremely easy to press it by accident with your ring finger depending on how you grip your mouse. That has been a minor issue for me though. The shape and sensor is just perfect otherwise. Although.... the surface could use some improvements. I'll probably try to Plasti Dip it or something.
02-18-2014 05:32 PM
sandywind I love the smooth sides of the Kinzu v2, but that mouse is somewhat short and the switches of the non Pro version are hard to press. I'd like to try the Kana v2, however I fear that the side buttons make it uncomfortable for the ring finger. The side buttons have been shaped in a very smooth way, but there is an apparently wide gap around each button. Is that gap perceptible by touch? Does it hurt?
06-27-2013 08:14 PM
Robobot Just a quick couple of questions: Does the Kinzu V2 Pro have sensor issues at 400 dpi? And can you actually turn off the acceleration? I've heard both yes and no. Thanks!
03-07-2013 03:37 PM
Regi Is kimrom still with us?

I've purchased recently kana and want to provide some feedback.

About SS Engine:

- every time I launch it/expand its window, scroll wheel LED starts to glow with max. power. Even if my current profile is marked with no light/low intensity light. Seems like a bug.
- I don't switch CPI and would like to use CPI switch button as an extra utility button. But SS Engine doesn't provide such possibility.
- it will be cool to have more CPI values, not only 400-800-1600-3200.

About mouse itself:

- right side button sux. IMO it is obvious that mice for righties must have utility buttons on left side and vice versa for lefties. "Fully ambidextrous" desigin is a compromise and doesn't fully satisfy either righties nor lefties.

Mouse is nice nevertheless smile.gif
12-16-2012 10:40 PM
zulk
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Originally Posted by EliteReplay View Post

well sorry for that man, but pretty much looks like you got a bad one... i have a kinzu v2 no pro edition and i love it
I had a kinzu v2 pro, and it sucked, there was sensor lag and positive accel beyond 2ms speed, there was a youtube vid showing the problem as well, the build quality was so-so, the switches and scroll wheel though felt pretty good though. *** quad post :\ redface.gif
12-16-2012 10:40 PM
zulk
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Originally Posted by EliteReplay View Post

well sorry for that man, but pretty much looks like you got a bad one... i have a kinzu v2 no pro edition and i love it
I had a kinzu v2 pro, and it sucked, there was sensor lag and positive accel beyond 2ms speed, there was a youtube vid showing the problem as well, the build quality was so-so, the switches and scroll wheel though felt pretty good though.
12-16-2012 09:54 PM
EliteReplay
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Originally Posted by MrFerrari View Post

I bought a Kinzu V2 Pro, it was horrible. The tracking felt very unprecise, the scrollwheel was very flimsy and it measured very bad in every way. The pollingrate was very uneven.

well sorry for that man, but pretty much looks like you got a bad one... i have a kinzu v2 no pro edition and i love it
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