Gaming mouse for small hand?

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  1. Henris

    Henris Notebook Enthusiast

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    What would be a good mouse with understated looks? Not too light . I have 17,5cm long and 8cm wide, palm grip. Thanks in advance
     
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    Without knowing more specifics, my go-to recommendation is the Logitech M705 Marathon Mouse. It's pretty much as close to perfect as you can get, for a general purpose mouse.

    Are you a gamer? Or is this for general / productivity use?
     
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  3. Henris

    Henris Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello. I'm a gamer
     
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    The Razer DeathAdder is a fairly good choice anyway and fits within those dimensions, might be worth a look.
     
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    Henris Notebook Enthusiast

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    Okay thanks
     
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    KLF NBR Super Modernator Super Moderator

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    I have Logitech G300s in my gaming computer. I'm also using older G300 in my second computer, it is same style mouse just older model. I like small ambidexterous mice. This works both palm and finger grip for me, depends on what I do.
     
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    I recommend checking out the Logitech G502, and the Logitech G900; they're quite effective for gaming sessions, and even for everyday use.
     
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    I bought an EVGA torqx 10 on sale once and it was way too small for me, It actually gave me cramps in my hand so it sits in one of my boxes filled with spa=re PC parts.

    If you have a best buy around you can go try out a few, it's a personal choice which makes it hard give advice on.
     
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