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The Mouse/Mousepad Thread v2
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#301
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zambzbought an xtrfy mz1 recently after my zowie fk2's mouse1 stopped working, really happy with it
low weight, good mouse feet and i suppose also the shape make it incredibly easy to move around to the point where i had to lower my sens for it to feel normal, im now on 800 dpi 1,6 ingame and still find big yet precise movements really easy to make with this mouse, would recommend

having a cable is sort of annoying but after tying the excess up i dont really notice it while playing

I can also vouch for the MZ1. RJN's video covers the benefits of the shape well, but the short of it is it has a top tier level of grippiness and is specifically a fingertip mouse designed specifically to give room to do fingertip things. The comfort grooves and the good coating make sure you don't lose control of the mouse while making both microadjustments with your fingers and macroadjustments with your wrist and arm without issue.
I think my problem with the orochi is the right side of the mouse combined with the length making the sensor placement into a problem to some extent as far as why I may switch back, but I haven't put my finger on it entirely yet.

It's probably the best package out right now for fingertip short of someone figuring out how to make a sane wireless version of an m1k(which is pretty slippery, but I never had issues with keeping a hold on it due to it being so light), considering the m1k's cable is total dogshit.

I've been giving the orochi v2 some time, but something feels kind of wrong about the egg shape in a different way from how the superlight felt like it just wasn't as comfortable as I'd like, so I'll probably have to go back to the mz1 if I want to fingertip or corsair sabre pro champions edition(which superceded my rival 310 as basically a straight upgrade) non-rgb for palm or claw.

[quote=zambz]bought an xtrfy mz1 recently after my zowie fk2's mouse1 stopped working, really happy with it
low weight, good mouse feet and i suppose also the shape make it incredibly easy to move around to the point where i had to lower my sens for it to feel normal, im now on 800 dpi 1,6 ingame and still find big yet precise movements really easy to make with this mouse, would recommend

having a cable is sort of annoying but after tying the excess up i dont really notice it while playing[/quote]

I can also vouch for the MZ1. RJN's video covers the benefits of the shape well, but the short of it is it has a top tier level of grippiness and is specifically a fingertip mouse designed specifically to give room to do fingertip things. The comfort grooves and the good coating make sure you don't lose control of the mouse while making both microadjustments with your fingers and macroadjustments with your wrist and arm without issue.
I think my problem with the orochi is the right side of the mouse combined with the length making the sensor placement into a problem to some extent as far as why I may switch back, but I haven't put my finger on it entirely yet.

It's probably the best package out right now for fingertip short of someone figuring out how to make a sane wireless version of an m1k(which is pretty slippery, but I never had issues with keeping a hold on it due to it being so light), considering the m1k's cable is total dogshit.

I've been giving the orochi v2 some time, but something feels kind of wrong about the egg shape in a different way from how the superlight felt like it just wasn't as comfortable as I'd like, so I'll probably have to go back to the mz1 if I want to fingertip or corsair sabre pro champions edition(which superceded my rival 310 as basically a straight upgrade) non-rgb for palm or claw.
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#302
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https://i.ibb.co/sQf5VTx/IMG-20210718-124353-auto-x2-1.jpg

Dropping this here, but after having tried 13 different mice of all shape and sizes (XM1r, GPW, GPX, Deathadder elite, etc...) and having a very small hand (around 15.7 cm long) this combo has been ridiculously good to use.
(I'm a foward claw gripper btw)

-Artisan Hien Soft XL
-Finalmouse Ultralight 2, paracorded, hyperglides (I will probably try corepads out to see which one i prefer.), (and a modded mousewheel)
-Camade II

In conclusion, if you have small hands try to look online, on ebay etc to get yourself a UL2 it's still a god mouse imo. I found one for €85 with shipping second hand from some fortnite pro player on twitter, so you can probably found something as good if you're ready to look around a lot.
And maybe someday I'll try to get my hands on a Stralight 12 !

[img]https://i.ibb.co/sQf5VTx/IMG-20210718-124353-auto-x2-1.jpg[/img]
Dropping this here, but after having tried 13 different mice of all shape and sizes (XM1r, GPW, GPX, Deathadder elite, etc...) and having a very small hand (around 15.7 cm long) this combo has been ridiculously good to use.
(I'm a foward claw gripper btw)

-Artisan Hien Soft XL
-Finalmouse Ultralight 2, paracorded, hyperglides (I will probably try corepads out to see which one i prefer.), (and a modded mousewheel)
-Camade II


In conclusion, if you have small hands try to look online, on ebay etc to get yourself a UL2 it's still a god mouse imo. I found one for €85 with shipping second hand from some fortnite pro player on twitter, so you can probably found something as good if you're ready to look around a lot.
And maybe someday I'll try to get my hands on a Stralight 12 !
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#303
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tiny hand guy LOL

tiny hand guy LOL
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#304
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MofuThey don't cost 100$ I got mine for less than 70€ with customs fees

Where did you order it?

[quote=Mofu]They don't cost 100$ I got mine for less than 70€ with customs fees[/quote]

Where did you order it?
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#305
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zambzbought an xtrfy mz1 recently after my zowie fk2's mouse1 stopped working, really happy with it
low weight, good mouse feet and i suppose also the shape make it incredibly easy to move around to the point where i had to lower my sens for it to feel normal, im now on 800 dpi 1,6 ingame and still find big yet precise movements really easy to make with this mouse, would recommend

having a cable is sort of annoying but after tying the excess up i dont really notice it while playing

how good do you think the mouse is for fingertip grip?

[quote=zambz]bought an xtrfy mz1 recently after my zowie fk2's mouse1 stopped working, really happy with it
low weight, good mouse feet and i suppose also the shape make it incredibly easy to move around to the point where i had to lower my sens for it to feel normal, im now on 800 dpi 1,6 ingame and still find big yet precise movements really easy to make with this mouse, would recommend

having a cable is sort of annoying but after tying the excess up i dont really notice it while playing[/quote]


how good do you think the mouse is for fingertip grip?
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#306
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scaryhow good do you think the mouse is for fingertip grip?

from what i gather the mouse was specifically designed with fingertip grip in mind, but id say my grip is more of a claw so i cant really say

[quote=scary]how good do you think the mouse is for fingertip grip?[/quote]

from what i gather the mouse was specifically designed with fingertip grip in mind, but id say my grip is more of a claw so i cant really say
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#307
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elrocaMofuThey don't cost 100$ I got mine for less than 70€ with customs fees
Where did you order it?

directly on their site lmfao
but if you're american lethalgaming is the place for you

[quote=elroca][quote=Mofu]They don't cost 100$ I got mine for less than 70€ with customs fees[/quote]

Where did you order it?[/quote]
directly on their site lmfao
but if you're american lethalgaming is the place for you
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#308
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scaryzambzbought an xtrfy mz1 recently after my zowie fk2's mouse1 stopped working, really happy with it
low weight, good mouse feet and i suppose also the shape make it incredibly easy to move around to the point where i had to lower my sens for it to feel normal, im now on 800 dpi 1,6 ingame and still find big yet precise movements really easy to make with this mouse, would recommend

having a cable is sort of annoying but after tying the excess up i dont really notice it while playing

how good do you think the mouse is for fingertip grip?

I have one too. If you like to grip your the mouse the way RJN grips it (Thumb on left side w/ ring finger + pinky on right side) then it's great. Just dont try to palm it and you should be good to go.

[quote=scary][quote=zambz]bought an xtrfy mz1 recently after my zowie fk2's mouse1 stopped working, really happy with it
low weight, good mouse feet and i suppose also the shape make it incredibly easy to move around to the point where i had to lower my sens for it to feel normal, im now on 800 dpi 1,6 ingame and still find big yet precise movements really easy to make with this mouse, would recommend

having a cable is sort of annoying but after tying the excess up i dont really notice it while playing[/quote]


how good do you think the mouse is for fingertip grip?[/quote]

I have one too. If you like to grip your the mouse the way RJN grips it (Thumb on left side w/ ring finger + pinky on right side) then it's great. Just dont try to palm it and you should be good to go.
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#309
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if anyone's a fan of the Zowie S series they just released the C versions of the S1 and S2 yesterday, which have a significant weight reduction (72g and 69g respectively) and paracord-like cable :OO

if anyone's a fan of the Zowie S series they just released the [url=https://zowie.benq.com/en-us/mouse/s1-c.html]C versions of the S1 and S2[/url] yesterday, which have a significant weight reduction (72g and 69g respectively) and paracord-like cable :OO
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#310
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I need recommendations for mouse feet for Intellimouse - Canadian vendors for hyperglide and corepad are both out of stock

I need recommendations for mouse feet for Intellimouse - Canadian vendors for hyperglide and corepad are both out of stock
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#311
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lootI need recommendations for mouse feet for Intellimouse - Canadian vendors for hyperglide and corepad are both out of stock

tiger ice are pretty good, look if itaktech/lethal gaming/amazon has stock.

[quote=loot]I need recommendations for mouse feet for Intellimouse - Canadian vendors for hyperglide and corepad are both out of stock[/quote]
tiger ice are pretty good, look if itaktech/lethal gaming/amazon has stock.
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#312
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PhnxlootI need recommendations for mouse feet for Intellimouse - Canadian vendors for hyperglide and corepad are both out of stocktiger ice are pretty good, look if itaktech/lethal gaming/amazon has stock.

they don't seem to have one for IME. Corepad is the only IME feet that Lethal Gaming stocks.

edit: absolutely insane shipping costs from that site

[quote=Phnx][quote=loot]I need recommendations for mouse feet for Intellimouse - Canadian vendors for hyperglide and corepad are both out of stock[/quote]
tiger ice are pretty good, look if itaktech/lethal gaming/amazon has stock.[/quote]

they don't seem to have one for IME. Corepad is the only IME feet that Lethal Gaming stocks.

edit: absolutely insane shipping costs from that site
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#313
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Any rec's for a wireless mouse with a similar shape to the g305/original gpro. Not a fan of the big humpback style of the gpro wireless. Looking for light weight, small size, rechargable battery.

Top candidate so far is glorious model o wireless or Razer Viper Ultimate

Any rec's for a wireless mouse with a similar shape to the g305/original gpro. Not a fan of the big humpback style of the gpro wireless. Looking for light weight, small size, rechargable battery.

Top candidate so far is glorious model o wireless or Razer Viper Ultimate
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#314
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DanceNumberAny rec's for a wireless mouse with a similar shape to the g305/original gpro. Not a fan of the big humpback style of the gpro wireless. Looking for light weight, small size, rechargable battery.

Top candidate so far is glorious model o wireless or Razer Viper Ultimate

Starlight-12 (lol gl finding this for a reasonable price) or some of the wireless viper mini clones (pwnage symm 2, maybe there are others) seem to tick all 3 of your boxes.

Orochi v2 is light-weight ish (iirc like 67g if you switch to a lighter battery) but it's not rechargeable.

[quote=DanceNumber]Any rec's for a wireless mouse with a similar shape to the g305/original gpro. Not a fan of the big humpback style of the gpro wireless. Looking for light weight, small size, rechargable battery.

Top candidate so far is glorious model o wireless or Razer Viper Ultimate[/quote]

Starlight-12 (lol gl finding this for a reasonable price) or some of the wireless viper mini clones (pwnage symm 2, maybe there are others) seem to tick all 3 of your boxes.

Orochi v2 is light-weight ish (iirc like 67g if you switch to a lighter battery) but it's not rechargeable.
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#315
Fireside Casts
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A bit of a dumb question, but why is it whenever I look at mouse reviews nobody even mentions the Deathadder V2 Pro? It doesn't show on latency charts, it's not recommended or not recommended by anybody either. Is there something that I've missed? been using a deathadder for about 8 years now

A bit of a dumb question, but why is it whenever I look at mouse reviews nobody even mentions the Deathadder V2 Pro? It doesn't show on latency charts, it's not recommended or not recommended by anybody either. Is there something that I've missed? been using a deathadder for about 8 years now
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#316
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antlersA bit of a dumb question, but why is it whenever I look at mouse reviews nobody even mentions the Deathadder V2 Pro? It doesn't show on latency charts, it's not recommended or not recommended by anybody either. Is there something that I've missed? been using a deathadder for about 8 years now

I got one about a month ago, I've had no problems with it at all so far (as far as the mouse goes). Good shape, not heavy at all, and decent battery life with the LEDs off. I also like that you can store your profiles on the mouse so at least you don't need the razer software running full time.

That said, the software is a bit fucking aids, it's like a 500MB download and if you don't have it installed, when you plug in your mouse to charge it hangs all USB for a second then prompts you to download the drivers and everything else starts working again.

Overall I'd recommend it if you can get it on sale (I did), because I don't think it's worth retail price given the software issues.

[quote=antlers]A bit of a dumb question, but why is it whenever I look at mouse reviews nobody even mentions the Deathadder V2 Pro? It doesn't show on latency charts, it's not recommended or not recommended by anybody either. Is there something that I've missed? been using a deathadder for about 8 years now[/quote]

I got one about a month ago, I've had no problems with it at all so far (as far as the mouse goes). Good shape, not heavy at all, and decent battery life with the LEDs off. I also like that you can store your profiles on the mouse so at least you don't need the razer software running full time.

That said, the software is a bit fucking aids, it's like a 500MB download and if you don't have it installed, when you plug in your mouse to charge it hangs all USB for a second then prompts you to download the drivers and everything else starts working again.

Overall I'd recommend it if you can get it on sale (I did), because I don't think it's worth retail price given the software issues.
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#317
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the mouse i have had for a while now has begun to die (straight up doesn't register clicks, cannot highlight or move stuff) so i need a good and relatively cheap mouse for a medium-ish sized hand

the mouse i have had for a while now has begun to die (straight up doesn't register clicks, cannot highlight or move stuff) so i need a good and relatively cheap mouse for a medium-ish sized hand
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#318
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skotithe mouse i have had for a while now has begun to die (straight up doesn't register clicks, cannot highlight or move stuff) so i need a good and relatively cheap mouse for a medium-ish sized hand

Glorious Model O is quite good for $50

[quote=skoti]the mouse i have had for a while now has begun to die (straight up doesn't register clicks, cannot highlight or move stuff) so i need a good and relatively cheap mouse for a medium-ish sized hand[/quote]
Glorious Model O is quite good for $50
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#319
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the razer viper mini was 29 dollars idk if it still is

the razer viper mini was 29 dollars idk if it still is
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#320
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https://www.puretrak.com/collections/mousepads?filter.v.price.gte=&filter.v.price.lte=&filter.v.option.size=Large
You can get large pads n deskpads for $3.99 rn on pure trak

https://www.puretrak.com/collections/mousepads?filter.v.price.gte=&filter.v.price.lte=&filter.v.option.size=Large
You can get large pads n deskpads for $3.99 rn on pure trak
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#321
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Rec me a mouse to upgrade to from rival 310 and please state why

Rec me a mouse to upgrade to from rival 310 and please state why
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