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This review is from: Razer DeathAdder Ergonomic PC Gaming Mouse
Pros: Button Feedback, size
Cons: Small (Read other thoughts)
Other Thoughts: I have really humongous hands from playing the bassoon, so when I picked up this muse, it was actually quite a welcome size, since it was bigger than generic gaming mice. It could use a ring finger reset spot, but overall, if your hands are average/decently sized or small sized, this are a must get. Buttons give excellent feedback!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Razer Sphex Gaming Grade Desktop Skin
Pros: Low-profile, textured feel, retains the "stickyness"
Cons: Leaves a residue of the glue behind, that's it!
Other Thoughts: I have used this skin for a year about, the adhesive backing of this skin is sticky, and I have relocated it about 5 times, and it still sticks very well, a con of this, and the reason why I'm docking off a star, is because the adhesive backing does leave a noticeable mark where you had previously placed it. I am currently using my Razer Abyssus on this skin, and it works just perfectly. The Sphex is nothing fancy, and nothing bad, it has a nice textured feel to it, I would recommend it to anyone who want something low profile, and still gets the job done exceedingly well.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Razer Abyssus Optical PC Gaming Mouse
Pros: Tactile feedback on mouse click, DPI switches, matte finish, sturdy scroll wheel, basic ergonomics.
Cons: Uneven blue lighting on logo, can tell that the feedback from the click is starting to decline slowly
Other Thoughts: I have had this mouse for over a year, and have put it through many things, such as dorito fingers, smashes, and have yanked the USB out of its port many times. This mouse has stood the test of time, and is starting to tell, greasy fingers do show up on this mouse, the blue light on the logo is a bit uneven, but this mouse is supposed to be a basic Razer mouse, and it completes that job very well. I believe that this mouse is good for any type of grip, and not suited for one particular grip, but for all grips.READ FULL REVIEW