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Cougar Revenger S

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Cougar surely knows how to upgrade properly. A great example for this is the Minos X5 I reviewed in the past. This time around, the Revenger S is on my plate, an updated version of the Revenger; PMW3360 top optical sensor, RGB lighting, high quality main switches—the recipe is there for a truly great mouse.

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I like it ,but got to wonder how much space is for your thumb on the mouse body below the side buttons ? can you place yout thumb with good grip with out touching them or is it you r mindful not to grip fully or you may click when you really did not need or want to ?

when you got big think fingers thats a thing this mouse I use now got good room and I have to lift my thumb to the side buttons with out my thumb ever resting on one or all of them / no accidental firing of a rocket or grenades ,ect kinda a thing
 
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I like it ,but got to wonder how much space is for your thumb on the mouse body below the side buttons ? can you place yout thumb with good grip with out touching them or is it you r mindful not to grip fully or you may click when you really did not need or want to ?

when you got big think fingers thats a thing this mouse I use now got good room and I have to lift my thumb to the side buttons with out my thumb ever resting on one or all of them / no accidental firing of a rocket or grenades ,ect kinda a thing
I think there is plenty of room, but of course this depends on the user. Can't tell for sure, need to try it yourself. :)
 
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