Question re: Orbweaver v. Tartarus v2

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by yashilaS, Dec 4, 2018.

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  1. yashilaS

    yashilaS New Member

    Greetings! I have a question regarding the differences between the Orbweaver and the Tartarus v2. I own a Tartarus (I guess it must be "v1"). I see the basic differences between the Orbweaver and Tartarus v2 (mechanical v. membrane; no mouse wheel; mouse wheel).

    Question: Is there a *size* difference?

    I'm a chick with small hands. My hand fits fine on the Tartarus and I did not purchase the original hourglass shaped Orbweaver [it might have been called something else - gamepad, whatever] because it was waaay too big for my hand.

    I would go to a store to check this out, but I live in a computer wasteland it seems and there are no stores around me that carry both the Orbweaver and the Tartarus - not even "Best Buy" which is about the closest thing I have here to a store I can buy computer stuff in [really sad...].

    So. I know the Orbweaver is adjustable - if my hand fits on a Tartarus v1, can the Orbweaver be adjusted enough so my hand will fit on it? This is the only thing which is keeping me from purchasing the Orbweaver.

    Thanks!!
     
  2. villeFuchsiacool946

    villeFuchsiacool946 New Member

    yes meby there a difference size
     
  3. yashilaS

    yashilaS New Member

    I did purchase it! It is larger because of the extra row of keys, which are a little bit of a stretch for me. But otherwise, it is adjustable enough that it still fits my hand! :) The only way it could fit better would be if the keys themselves were a bit smaller - but then they would be too small for a man's hand. So this is a good compromise to have such a product to fit a large hand or a smaller hand.

    It's certainly 'workable'! (And I wouldn't game without it!)
     
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