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    EVGA Torq X3L

    A competitively priced ambidextrous gaming mouse.
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    Re: EVGA Torq X3L

    Meh, there are already SO MANY MICE for tiny-handed gamers.
    I went with a deathadder, which is a lovely mouse, but like pretty much every bloody mouse out there is still tiny.
    No-one makes a mouse that's big enough, or adjustable enough to be comfortable for someone like me with normal sized hands :/ (Or at least, no-one makes a good mouse with a top quality sensor matching that description)

    EDIT I should say the old Razer Boomslang back in the day was approaching big enough - had decent width if nothing else.

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    Re: EVGA Torq X3L

    Quote Originally Posted by Roobubba View Post
    No-one makes a mouse that's big enough, or adjustable enough to be comfortable for someone like me with normal sized hands :/ (Or at least, no-one makes a good mouse with a top quality sensor matching that description)
    I'm a glove size 10 and feel pretty happy with the Logitech G700 (S). I also got on well with the CM Storm Inferno and liked the feel of both the Roccat Kone and the Kova, the latter of which I'm using right now here at work.

    I have been considering checking out Roccat's new Tyon - great reviews and often cited as a pretty large mouse.

    I guess it depends on whether you palm or claw - I mostly do the latter, but still like to have a long, wide mouse to rest the hand on.

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