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Best Razer mouse for small hands?

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Kinetick, Sep 16, 2020.

  1. Kinetick

    Kinetick New Member

    Hello all. Looking for advice on a good gaming mouse for small hands. Normal sized girl hands are considered small when it comes to gaming mice and a few years ago I couldnt find any suitable mice. Now there seems to have been a lot of changes being made in gaming mouse variety so I'm really looking to get a new one (currently using a Logitech G203 progidy which isnt great and is a tad big or awkwardly sized for me. I went and checked some out on display at the store the other day but there werent too many options. However I really liked the feel of the Basilisk V2. Now I'm considering the Basilisk Ultimate. Not really sure. What do you guys think about this mouse? Which one do you think is better?

    Hoping to find a Razer mouse to match my recently upgraded Black Widow Elite. Thanks all.
  2. jedramos

    jedramos Well-Known Member

    havent u tried the viper lineup? viper mini has a lot of positive feedbacks while the deathadder mini is too small for deathadder users. also try watching reviews.
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  3. magictim

    magictim Well-Known Member

    Razer viper with grip tape perhaps the best for you, I bought that for my office use and it is perfect (almost lol)!

    But if you looking for wireless products, Razer may not have many options to satisfy your need
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  4. LiLmEgZ

    LiLmEgZ Active Member

    The Atheris mouse is kinda small also like the others people are mentioning. I would suggest you get the Mercury Edition Atheris tho because its more pretty than the normal black one :)

    I have the Mercury Edition Atheris mouse and definitely prefer using it over the black base ones cuz it so beautiful!
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  5. Kinetick

    Kinetick New Member

    Thanks for the suggestion - black is my asthetic though. I can see why the white would be nice, its different.
  6. Kinetick

    Kinetick New Member

    I'm worried about fatigue with the viper line up, I currently have an ambidextrous mouse so the asymmetric design of the basilisk seemed like an interesting change up. How do you feel about using an ambidextrous mouse for gaming?
  7. Kinetick

    Kinetick New Member

    Hey! Long wait but I wound up going with your recommendation and I think Viper mini is the one. I actually snagged the Basilisk Ultimate on sale and tried it out - I LOVED the shape of the mouse and the multiple lighting zones and the trigger button but my hands are just a bit too small for it and that boi is heavy! (the batteries in the ultimate version making it heavier than the others, which is tough for me to move during FPS gaming, though the stability on that sucker was great). I WISH Razer would make a basilisk v2 mini, that would be bad A**. But you know, the viper mini is just growing on me, I've never found a perfect sized gaming mouse for my hands before.... Its smaller than the Logitech g203 prodigy which is what I've been using for years due to its size. Now my mouse matches my blackwidow elite chroma :).

    If they made a basilisk this size I'd easily pay a pretty penny for it. Also I like that they gave the mini an extra lighting underglow that the regular viper doesnt have. Though it doesnt have all the pretty light zones as the basilisk ultimate but you know what they say, "mo chroma mo problems". In the words of Linus Tech Tips, I dont feel like a "second class citizen" with this gaming mouse. Maybe the sensors not as strong as the regular razer sensors with a 20k DPI range, but honestly I only use 1500-2500 DPI anyway and hell, a great razer mouse for $40? Yes sir. Thanks for the help!
  8. Kinetick

    Kinetick New Member

    You know, Im actually playing around with the Viper mini and basilisk ultimate side by side rn to see which I like better, its very hard to decide, I can clearly tell the basilisk ultimate is more sensitive but its certainly heavier - maybe thats something I'm supposed to get used to over time?
  9. Darkraihs

    Darkraihs Active Member

    They have a scale thing on the website if you go to products > mice and scroll down a bit and you should find it labeled "
    Find the Right Mouse Fit"
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  10. magictim

    magictim Well-Known Member

    basilisk ultimate it's only a show off the product. Not that practical if you strive for performance, mini, on the other hand, have the best price with decent features.

    If you really don't care about the weight, I suggest the Naga series (Pro / Trinity), it is an All-in-One gaming mouse for various types of gaming.
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  11. Kinetick

    Kinetick New Member

    I wasnt a fan of the naga when I looked at it. Basilisk ultimate was almost too heavy for me but I got more used to it. What mouse mat would you suggest for the Viper mini? I like hard surface mats for the glideeeee. :) But currently got a steelseries...no chroma :L
  12. Sye_The-Vie

    Sye_The-Vie Active Member

    My thoughts the same
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