Ergonomic Razer Mice

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by MrJamez, Apr 11, 2017.

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  1. MrJamez

    MrJamez New Member

    Hello Razer Community!
    I have been a casual gamer for quite some time and I have always played with default HP keyboards and mice.
    I have just bought the Razer Ornata Chroma keyboard and need a good mouse. The problem is finding one that fits my hand. I have smaller hands and prefer ergonomic mice that are light and small, I had been looking at the Mamba TE but I have heard that it is a little bulky, is this true? What would you think would be a good mouse?
    Thanks.
     
  2. Rodentman87

    Rodentman87 New Member

    Hello, I also have small hands, I currently own a Naga Epic, and I have tried a Mamba before, I find the Naga better for weight, as I prefer a heavier mouse. The Naga, however is a slightly odd shape for smaller hands to fit in. I also don't use the side buttons very much on the Naga. So, if you prefer a heavier mouse over ergonomics, go with the Naga. Otherwise choose the Mamba.
     
  3. MrJamez

    MrJamez New Member

    Yeah looking at that, how odd is it having all those buttons on the side, I do not play many MMO games so they wouldn't be much use to me. Can you program the buttons for other features?
     
  4. Rodentman87

    Rodentman87 New Member

    You absolutely can. There are 11 different functions to choose from, 12 if your are on windows 8.
     
  5. FunkySkill

    FunkySkill Member

    I have a Deathadder Chroma and when I should describe how ergonomic it is then I would say that the hand of the human is made for the mouse and not in the other way (hope u understand xD). But you should buy the elite version instead because of the extra features.
    (Btw I have small hands aswell but no problems there)
     
  6. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member

    It's hard to choose mouse, everyone have their own preferences.
    I would recommend DeathAdder Elite - yes it is bulky, but it's very light, and the sensor is EPIC.
    Abyssus V2 will be a good choice too (great sensor, really light) - but it doesn't have any side buttons.
    OR you can check Orochi :D Small but good profiled mouse - designed for mobility - but I used long time with desktop PC.
     
  7. PT.Singer

    PT.Singer Jedi Master VANGUARD

    You don't just have to program them to functions. You can also record macros and set each thumb button to a different macro, or even just use one as a keyboard button, like shift or control, to free up a hand for other stuff. I use mine with my Mac at work, and have it programmed to the gills, so to speak.
     
  8. iStinger

    iStinger Well-Known Member

    Abyssus V2 is probably the lightest mouse they offer, and doesn't come with macro buttons if you do not need them.
     
  9. ConcreteWolf

    ConcreteWolf New Member

    Razer might get mad...xD But in my opinion the best mouse for smaller hands (like mine) Is the Logitech Rival 100, It's extremely affordable at the cost of 30$ and is known as the best one in its Cost-class!
     
  10. Electronetic

    Electronetic New Member

    The Razer Orochi is the smallest mouse Razer can offer, measuring only 3.90 inches in length. Unless you have REALLY small hands, I'd say you should go for either the Orochi or Abyssus V2.
     
  11. MissSwaggy

    MissSwaggy Active Member

    I tried Orochi and it works really well for me. Its a simple design but its sensor is great.
     
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