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2-18-2011 @ 12:43PM
I tried the original Naga but just could not get used to its size. It felt small in my hands (I have large hands, and tend to 'claw' a mouse). The original Naga was clearly designed with a "whole hand" style of holding, where your entire hand and the lengths of your fingers lie snug against the mouse surface.The Epic version has those interchageable grips... those are nice. My only concern is "trying before I buy" and I really do not want to order one and end up having to send it back because of comfort issues (again).
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