Any help with choice of new mouse? | Razer Insider

Any help with choice of new mouse?

  • 3 August 2020
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I use for a long time allready razer mouses, For a lot more than 10 years i used the copperhead mouses. Since the last one died i changed to the deathadder. I cannot get used to it, Especially Many (unwanted) double mouseclicks which for example result in many unwanted thumbs up in FB :)
I have the feelinhg the mouse is too big for me.
Any tips for what mouse could me more suitable for me? (I use it allround)

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i recommend watching videos about your hand width and mouse grip style. after you knowing what are your measurements and grip, choosing a mouse is easy for you.
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Try Razer Viper (the new one :P), maybe the shape is not similar, but it's ambidextrous. If it will be too big for you there's also Mini version.
jedramos
i recommend watching videos about your hand width and mouse grip style. after you knowing what are your measurements and grip, choosing a mouse is easy for you.

Thank you i go watch videos. According to the razer the lkength of my hand is medium and the width large, a bit confusing.
FiszPL
Try Razer Viper (the new one 😜), maybe the shape is not similar, but it's ambidextrous. If it will be too big for you there's also Mini version.

Thank you, the Viper mouses look appealing! I think for sure the deathadder is to big for me hand. I go look into the sizes, but it looks like i am going for one of the Vipers 🙂
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I have 3 of them (DA Elite, Viper and Viper Mini) - DA is a LARGE mouse, but very universal when it comes to shape (and more comfortable for me). Viper is ULTRA GRIPPY and light, which is superb for gaming. Viper Mini is really small mouse, and have higher hump than "normal" Viper, unfortunatelly it doesn't have the grips on the sides (plastic only), so it's more slippery - but it's possible to buy a set of grips from Razer for all mouses (DA, Viper, Viper Mini).
Get a device, where you don't need Synapse drivers, then you are fine.
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Get a device, where you don't need Synapse drivers, then you are fine.


This is clearly trolling as the OP wants a new Razer mouse most likely