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Ergonomic Gaming Mouse

Hello everyone,


my G400 died and so the adventure started.

At first the G402 was recommended by a friend of mine. Bought it and after 3-4 days my ring finger started to hurt.

After further research i found the Mionix Naos (Didn't bought it yet).

Is the Mionix a good mouse for "gaming"?  Which Version should i buy? Are there any other Mice that i should look at? Would be nice if the Price also stayed under 50€.




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razer deathadder chroma or non chroma its just the color difference


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The Logitech G502 is worth a look at, but probably cost around the same as the DeathAdder.



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Zowie EC1-A is a pretty solid mouse. It's a little bigger than the Deathadder, but it supports a similar shape. 

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Mionix have pretty good mice. The Naos 7000 is the one you should be looking at. 


Personally, I would also look at the SteelSeries Rival. I can confirm, the G402 is not the most comfortable mouse I used, and I think Logitech should've kept the G400 shape.

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