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3 mounths ago or so I replaced my Mionix naos 5000 with a Logitech g402.
I don't feel comfortable at all even if the mouse itself is great, cause my hand is a bit big and with the mionix i felt pretty good in aiming instead of this little mouse.
It could be a strange thing, but it makes me a lot of difference playing. The mionix had also defects tho, like quite buggy software and stopping to func often (which is why i changed mouse).
I only want to know if you guys can suggest me a mouse as big as the mionix (or almost) and of a good/well known quality/brand.
Thanks in advance.
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I've used a razer deathadder for 3 years now and never had any problems besides some minor wear at the bottom. I would definitely recommend it.
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I would suggest having a look at the Logitech G403. Here's a nice review of it https://youtu.be/ogzOpkM_ouo (the scroll wheel rattle on the wireless version that was mentioned in the video has been fixed by Logitech) Otherwise you might also want to check out Zowie EC1-A if you're having problems with mice being too small
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da is nice for low sens nad big hands, but gripping it comfortably might take some getting used to
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You could just get the Mionix Naos 7000 since you're probably used to the shape. Personally wouldn't use it though because I'm more of a fan of ambidextrous shaped mice like the FK2 or the Nixeus Revel.
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The Razer Deathadder and Zowie EC1-A are big mice.

I think they'd be good for a 17-20cm hand using palm or claw, 18.5~21cm if fingertip (Youtube: Rocket Jump Ninja does some good basic mouse reviews.)
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Rurree wrote:

You could just get the Mionix Naos 7000 since you're probably used to the shape. Personally wouldn't use it though because I'm more of a fan of ambidextrous shaped mice like the FK2 or the Nixeus Revel.
If i would, why not the latest version of Mionix naos? (8200 i think it is)
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The Mionix Naos 8200 has a laser sensor, which means it has noticeable in-built acceleration and jitter which is pretty bad. An optical is miles better (which the 7000 has) than a laser sensor when under optimal conditions. (all you need is a good mousepad like the QcK)
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Rurree wrote:

The Mionix Naos 8200 has a laser sensor, which means it has noticeable in-built acceleration and jitter which is pretty bad. An optical is miles better (which the 7000 has) than a laser sensor when under optimal conditions. (all you need is a good mousepad like the QcK)
well as mousepad i exactly have the QcK+
thanks for the explanation i might buy the 7000 then.. as you said, im used to the shape pretty hard and in fact even after 3 mounths i can feel that i can't use it as well as the mionix since my hand is too big (or at least i guess, its 18cm↑ and 8,6cm→ or something like that) so the mionix has a really comfortable shape for me.
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