Gaming mouse for small hand?

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  1. tijo

    tijo Sacred Blame Super Moderator

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    I got a Logitech G502 for my sister at Christmas. She has small hands and she has been pretty happy with it. I wouldn't call the mouse small, but it isn't large either.

    The look isn't exactly understated, but it isn't too "in your face" either: https://www.logitechg.com/en-ca/product/g502-proteus-spectrum-rgb-gaming-mouse

    You should be able to turn off the LEDs and the black version looks like something that was designed with an ergonomic grip in mind rather than something that screams gamer like other mice may.
     
  2. saturnotaku

    saturnotaku Notebook Prophet

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    I have a Razer Orochi at work. It's been in operation essentially for eight hours a day, five days a week for three straight years and has been reliable as the day I bought it.
     
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    Potato_farm Notebook Geek

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    The Logitech g102 is not that bad. My gf has tiny hands and she feels its comgortable. Its a marked down version of the g pro. But look at the reviews. They are almost the same but for more than half the price less.
     
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    fire3element Notebook Consultant

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    Came here to say exactly this. It is a very small and compact mouse. Can both be wireless (bluetooth) or wired. Does not look too gamer-ish.
     
  5. Support.2@XOTIC PC

    Support.2@XOTIC PC Company Representative

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    Do you travel with it much? I'm in need of a reliable mouse I can plug/unplug a lot and throw in a bag daily.
     
  6. saturnotaku

    saturnotaku Notebook Prophet

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    I don't travel with it at all. I don't know if current versions of the Orochi are better, but mine is the original and it has abysmal battery life so I use it wired all the time. I only bought it because it was extremely cheap. If you want a good, portable wireless mouse, look no further than the Logitech M705.
     
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    Support.2@XOTIC PC Company Representative

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    I'm actually more interested in the wired side, I consider wireless to be more of a liability than an asset for peripherals.
     
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  8. saturnotaku

    saturnotaku Notebook Prophet

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    Then an Orochi would probably work well for you, though you would need Razer Synapse to really get the most out of it (programming buttons, etc).
     
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    Hopefully I'll have some hands on with both in the near future to decide.
     
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