The MM731 had a few hiccups early on due to a firmware issue, but thankfully they've managed to fix it with the latest versions. The features are quite good, easily up with the top mice, so it comes down to the shape. And you have the even lighter wired version with the MM730.
I've been speaking to a few people who simply can't use the symmetrical shells I usually recommend, so it's good to have variety. I think this might be a little too pronounced though. Then again, I'm not one of those people, so I can't say for sure. You guys will have to give me some feedback on that. I think it's just an extra comfort thing, which may not unlock a huge aim potential, but can still be good. I'm more inclined to recommend an EC2 type design if you want this kind of shape. This is much lighter and wireless though, so it does have some advantages.
Some say the forward sensor position is really good too. I personally haven't noticed the difference, I think our brains just adapt and that's it. That's why I didn't leave much comment about it.
|Length||12cm | 4.72 inches|
|Grip Width||5.9cm | 2.32 inches|
|Height||3.9cm | 1.54 inches|
|Button Height||2.17cm | 0.85 inches|
|Hump Width||5.6cm | 2.2 inches|
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