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10-14-2011 @ 5:25PM
I prefer a Razer Naga. Instead of three button, i pretty have my entire first actionbar at thumb's reach.
10-14-2011 @ 6:04PM
Argh.. I hate the Razr Naga (I know, to each their own), but its akin to doing 10 key Data entry with just your thumb. highly inefficient. BUT.. it could be for you! Lots of great gaming mice out there though to fit anyone's ergonomics
10-27-2011 @ 3:56AM
"Argh.. I hate the Razr Naga (I know, to each their own), but its akin to doing 10 key Data entry with just your thumb. highly inefficient. BUT.. it could be for you! Lots of great gaming mice out there though to fit anyone's ergonomics"To me it's more like a gamepad. My thumb rests on the center button (my interrupt) and intuitively slides in 8 other directions to hit the buttons surrounding it very effectively. There are three more buttons below I bind to the non-urgent spells which I've inadvertently, over time developed an odd but effective way to quickly hit using a part of my thumb that only a doctor would be able to name.Without chaos, nothing evolves right? I like the thought of my DNA spawning a generation of dexterous-thumbed gamers-the only survivors of the zombie apocalypse.
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