Please make a wireless mouse with proper ergonomy!

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Licoriceautolab148, Jun 6, 2021.

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  1. Licoriceautolab148

    Licoriceautolab148 New Member

    Ever since I had my Logitech G7 10+ years ago I never met a wireless mouse with good ergonomy. Currently I have a G603 and I was thinking on buying a Razer mamba instead, but they have the same issue. What I need is this:
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    I fail to see why it is so hard to add a groove for the thumb. Without it the grip is completely unstable and lifting the mouse is problematic too. For first person shooters with palm grip this is a deal breaker for me. Just to mention buttons for the thumb are completely useless too. They are the first thing I unbind, otherwise I always click on them accidentally. Not sure about other people, but all I need is something simple with 2 buttons relative soft clicks, a proper clickable wheel, multiple days without charging, 1000Hz, no mouse accel, a lot of teflon at the bottom and proper ergonomy for palm grip. Nothing fancy really, still I haven't seen anything like it in the past 20 years, since I play multi FPS...
     
  2. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Check Basilisk Ultimate - maybe it doesn't have such groove, but the grips are nice and steady.
    Orochi V2 has a small groove for thumb finger (it's not an ambi mouse, but it's look like).
     
  3. Licoriceautolab148

    Licoriceautolab148 New Member

    Thanks, I already checked the Basilisk. It is a nice mouse, and the thumb part helps to aim properly, it prevents the mouse from rotating, but it does not help when you lift it. As of the Orochi V2, for me that groove is too small. When I had the G7 what I really liked that I could lift it and aim with it with the thumb and ring finger only without squeezing it. I really used the index and middle finger only for pressing buttons. This is only possible with a deep thumb groove and a smaller groove for the ring finger. Without them you need to squeeze the mouse and use the other fingers to stabilize it and this worsens accuracy no matter what you do and it is not healthy either.
     
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