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User Info: Anticitizen97

3 years ago#1
Well, is there one?
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User Info: TheC0ndemnedOne

3 years ago#2
It depends a lot on what grip style you use:

And then, there are always the weird mice like this one:

Though that's probably not ideal for gaming, but you didn't specify what you'd be using it for.

User Info: crimsonclaw111

3 years ago#3
The Steelseries mice look as comfortable as my old Microsoft Intellimouse is:
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User Info: DiehardFFv2

3 years ago#4
Condemned summed it up with his link. Comfort is all about personal preference. I am a palm grip guy so my g600 is great for me and how I use my mouse.
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3 years ago#5
It is different for everyone.

For myself, the large ergonomic mice are actually a lot less comfortable to use than the light-weight simple ambidextrous mice (claw grip)

It depends on your specific anatomy, grip-style and habits. For me, I want something light, something that is easy to pick up when putting light pressure on the sides, and the mouse has to be fairly wide. Mice that I like shape-wise are the Zowie FK and Steelseries Sensei. Another thing that affects comfort is the surface material.
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User Info: Arnzillazor

3 years ago#6
Can't really offer anything more than what's already been said. However, I am still rocking a Logitech MX-518. I love it. I had a Razer Copperhead, and while it was a good mouse... it wasn't comfortable in my hand. I think I was holding it wrong or something.

User Info: Steamster

3 years ago#7
I can only imagine it's personal preference.

G500 does a good job in my opinion. I don't accidentally click the side buttons, and it literally has weights you can put it in to change how heavy it is.

User Info: thatfool12Gs

3 years ago#8
I love the way the Logitech G700 feels in my hand. Very comfortable, and wireless to boot.
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User Info: mess98

3 years ago#9
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User Info: reincarnator07

3 years ago#10
That's mostly personal preference. I like a big mouse as I have large hands, but that would be really uncomfortable for someone with smaller hands.
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