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Best Answer OneGun , 31 May 2013 - 10:39 AM

Deathadder is for larger hands..I love mine..

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LazyToaster
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So I have medium-large sized hands. Thae mouse needs to be under 100 eur. 100 is my max.



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razer deathadder 



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I wouldn't recommend Razer mice if you have medium to larger hands. I'm an avid fan of Razer, but they make mice for smaller to medium hands. If you have larger hands try a G700 or G700s from Logitech.

 

Just my advice.


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Mr. Brovahkiin
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Get a G400 and be happy. Unless you need the extra DPI a Laser mouse is pointless



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Logitech mice would be your best bet for a budget my friend. Reliability at its best..



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Get a G400 and be happy. Unless you need the extra DPI a Laser mouse is pointless

 

Somehow one of the importer told me the non-S series is not coming in anymore :(



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I looked at the g700s, deathadder 2013, taipan, M65, M95 and rat 7. I personaly hate the way the g400 looks and I'm not sure about wireles mice. Which of these mice do you reccomend?



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I looked at the g700s, deathadder 2013, taipan, M65, M95 and rat 7. I personaly hate the way the g400 looks and I'm not sure about wireles mice. Which of these mice do you reccomend?

Of that list, the deathadder



Austin Powers
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G500s and G700s has hyper-scrolling feature. Just that the G700s allows you to go wired mode and wireless mode. Both laser grade. M65 and M95 seems solid and good reviews about them but I can't describe them because I don't own them.



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Deathadder is for larger hands..I love mine..



Mr. Brovahkiin
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Deathadder is for larger hands..I love mine..

This. Deathadder is not a small mouse and has just as good of a sensor as the g400. My vote moves to this since the g400 isn't your thing


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I own Deathadder 3,5G and i can't palm it. My fingers stick out a good centimeter or two (beyond fingertips).

My father says i have gynecologist-fingers, but that is another story... My middlefinger is 8,5cm, so that should give you some idea.


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LazyToaster
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My middle finger is just short of 8 cm, but I feel like a deathadder 2013 would be a big improvement over my razer abyssus. What about the steelseries sensei?



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I have a Deathadder 2012 and I swear by it. I loved the way it looked before I bought it and I still love the way it looks today. But most importantly, it still feels great as a palm grip mouse. I'm sure the 2013 is just the same. No matter what sized hands you have, I think the Deathadder is a safe choice to go with.


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LazyToaster
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Thanks for the advice. I'm going with the deathadder 2013.



Enz0man
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I would go with the new Func MS-3. It is designed around ergonomics for people with large hands.

Here is Linus' unboxing of it. It seems to be a very good mouse. Not expensive either.



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Deathadder is for larger hands..I love mine..

The deathadder is for normal sized hands, i've done far more research  than what i'm willing to admit but it's  the exact length for an average male to palm. The average male hand is 189mm, my hands are 215mm, which isn't that unusual, but far to large for the deathlagger.

 

So i'm sorry that i have to tell you this but if you're male and can comfortably palm a deathadder, you have small or normal sized hands. 



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mionix naos . absolutely wonderful. there are 3200 5600 and 8200 dpi models. i have large hands and it fits like a glove. super great finish also. 


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Has anyone looked at the new Naga 2014 ? Looks pretty ergonomic to me with the large side for resting your fingers on.



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Deathadder is for larger hands..I love mine..

id say its more for medium hands. i have large hands and its too small to palm.


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