Most Comfortable Mouse

Discussion in 'Peripherals' started by GoStumpy, Dec 27, 2013.

  1. Pray To Jesus

    Pray To Jesus Diamond Member

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    Razer Naga 2014 is the best for you since you can alternate the way you hold the mouse.
     
  2. mikeymikec

    mikeymikec Diamond Member

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    I had wrist problems then generally used a trackball until I found a mouse that worked for me. I settled on the MX700 / MX1000 / MX Revolution because they didn't give me wrist problems. The odd thing is, I definitely don't have larger-than-average hands.
     
  3. DigDog

    DigDog Diamond Member

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    you know, i think that, since he's had 3 years to sort it out, he probably doesn't need help any more.
     
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  4. Rifter

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    I dunno ive been putting off replacing my mouse for about 3 years, lol, cant find one i like.
     
  5. DigDog

    DigDog Diamond Member

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    well, you have the options of trackball, vertical mouse, ergonomic, micro, and just about every shape, size and weight combination. if you haven't found one you like, my guess is that you haven't looked.
     
  6. corkyg

    corkyg Elite Member<br>Super Moderator <br>Peripherals
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    Add digitizing pad and stylus to that list.
     
  7. jerald8

    jerald8 Junior Member

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    I use a Logitech g403. Very comfy and fits alright in the hand.