Wider front causes pain, at least in my case. Sides and length are fine. Merely resting my hand on the Taipan in a palm fashion is very comfortable though.Originally Posted by popups
How so? What makes a good claw grip mouse? Wider front? Tapered sides? Shorter length?
I never clawed a mouse. It doesn't feel comfortable. It feel like if I did that for hours I would have issues with my hands over time.
What do you mean by 'subjectively more precise'? Is this tracking quality wise? What about the smoothing at 400 & 800 DPI steps? Is there much of a difference over the Sensei (and the previous problem with input lag, ofc).Originally Posted by Skylit
At those speeds, I would hardly call it outperformingbesides, IPS speed is highly limited to surface and I'm partial to disagree with using enotus as a credible source, even if it gives the idea. Call it an estimate.
To pitch in a factor not mentioned, I find the Taipan a bit more (subjectively) precise than the configured FW of the Sensei.