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Wannabe Geek

# 177094 22-Jul-2015 11:20
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Could anyone recommend a relatively cheap (around $100 at most) gaming mouse suited to small hands? I've tried the Steelseries Kana v2, which still feels too large. I'll be playing FPS, so it's important for it to be light as well. Thanks.

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Ultimate Geek

  # 1349762 22-Jul-2015 12:53
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The Steerlseries Kinzu is slightly smaller than the Kana I believe.

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  # 1349770 22-Jul-2015 13:04
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Firstly, finding a good gaming mouse for under $100 NZD is a tough requirement to begin with. How far up are you willing to go?

Secondly, I have tiny little hands (we even found a ruler to measure them just now) but I use a Steelseries Sensei and don't have any issues.

I think Steelseries do a tiny mouse called a Kinzu... check that out if you want but it's a pretty basic one.

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Uber Geek

  # 1349793 22-Jul-2015 13:50
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I travel a lot for work, so a small mouse to fit my bag is a must.

I wound up getting a Razer Orochi mouse:

Nice and small, with batteries it is nicely weighted, but without it is really light.  That means it is quite customizable.

It is a blue tooth mouse also, but chews through batteries far to quick, so i use it with the USB cable and find it great.

I do a bit of gaming on my laptop in my off time, and it works really well.  I have a small love of the Razer mice, they have always felt great to me.

If you are after a comfy mouse, i found that PBTech had a large range on display, so that you can "try it on for size" before you buy.

A mouse is a very personal thing, so what fits one person doesnt always fit another.

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Master Geek

  # 1349813 22-Jul-2015 14:16
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If you are going to be playing first person shooters, I recommend the Zowie FK2 - it is small, lightweight, and very accurate. It doesn't have all the gimmicky features that other mice seem to have. Very solid mouse should last forever.

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