Question Wireless mouse for somebody with hand tremors

mikewhatever

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I bought a logitech g305 a while ago and it's great. No lag , accurate, good battery life, etc. Unfortunately it has very sensitive buttons imo and because I've got a problem with hand tremors which have got worse recently I often click accidentally.

Maybe an unusual request as most gamers would like sensitive buttons but can anybody recommend a wireless mouse that needs a bit of force to click and ideally something a bit heavier than the G305's 99g weight.

I'd prefer a palm grip and have a budget of around £50 ($65 usd) but since mice last forever I can pay more if you guys and gals think it's worth a bit extra, I'm just wary of buying a new mouse and finding the same issue. Because of my hand tremors I don't play very competitive games so I don't need a bazillion buttons and endless macro options, just a couple of side buttons will be fine for my gaming.

Cheers for any advice, I know it's a bit hard to recommend something since my idea of sensitive buttons may differ from yours but the forums have always steered me in the right direction before :)
 

Ralston18

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Try experimenting with the mouse properties.

"WIN" + "I" > Ease of Access > Scroll down to Mouse > Change other mouse options > Additional mouse options.

You may be able to find some balance between the various configuration settings that will reduce sensitivity.

Click speed may help.
 

mikewhatever

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Try experimenting with the mouse properties.

"WIN" + "I" > Ease of Access > Scroll down to Mouse > Change other mouse options > Additional mouse options.

You may be able to find some balance between the various configuration settings that will reduce sensitivity.

Click speed may help.
Thanks, I had look at your suggestion with the mouse properties but it's more the physical mouse buttons that are the problem. It just takes a very light touch to activate them and with hand tremors it's so easy to click when i don't mean to.

I'll have a look through other forum posts and reviews. I could start using my gamepad but I much prefer keyboard and mouse :)
 

jacob249358

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I would just order a couple of mice and test them out until you find one you like. It's a bit of an obscure request. I will say my mamba wireless has a pretty firm click compared to my g pro x superlight wireless
 

mikewhatever

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I would just order a couple of mice and test them out until you find one you like. It's a bit of an obscure request. I will say my mamba wireless has a pretty firm click compared to my g pro x superlight wireless
Thanks, the mamba does look good, a nice bit more weight and if the buttons are firmer it could be ideal. I can get this for a little bit extra though, i always overthink things XD

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B08GCQ5TBJ/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3IF948IEHZB5R&th=1
 

mikewhatever

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mouses are pretty subjective but I think the mice without separate clicks unlike the mamba and deathadder will click easier
I've ordered the deathadder just because it was heavily discounted, £77 was more than I was intending to pay but it's £100 on most sites, i hope it's a bit firmer on the buttons, if not i have a third backup mouse for the future
 

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