I believe that friends who read this article also have some requirements for the mouse. A mouse suitable for you can be more comfortable to use. Many people still don’t know what kind of mouse is suitable for them. Let’s talk about how to choose a mouse that suits you.
- Hand length
Choose the appropriate mouse according to the length of your hand. This will reduce the burden in later use. First of all, let’s talk about how to choose the shape of the mouse and your hand.
If your hand is longer than 18.5 cm, you’d better choose a mouse with a length of 120-127 mm. If not, the mouse length is 115-120 mm.
The holding posture of mouse is important. Choosing a mouse with the right-hand type can bring us a good hand feeling. Here are three ways to hold the mouse.
- Pinch: Only the finger contacts the mouse. The palm is not attached to the mouse. You can choose a mouse with left and right symmetry. (Test the flexibility of the finger)
- Grasp: Most of the fingers and palms hold the mouse. You can choose a mouse with left and right symmetry. ( The operation accuracy is high, FPS game is suitable)
- Lie Grip: Fingers and palms are completely attached to the mouse. The right-hand engineering mouse can be selected. (Reducing fatigue and suitable for long-term use in office and games)
The weight of the mouse is fixed when it leaves the factory. So we can clearly see the parameters on the mouse. It can be divided into three categories:
80g: The weight below is light and it is not very laborious to use. It is convenient to carry or attend classes on business trips. Bluetooth Mouse is recommended, most of which are light.
120G: It varies from person to person. Some people like it very much and think it has a lot of weight. But they may be tired after using it for a long time.
- Resolution DPI/CPI
Inch is a parameter commonly advertised by the mouse. It refers to the number of times the mouse collects per inch. For example, move 1 inch (inch) = 2.54 cm (cm). The number of pixels per inch length that can be recognized within this range. Pixels are the smallest unit of the display screen. A 500DPI mouse moves one inch on the mouse pad and the mouse pointer moves 500 pixels on the screen.
- Response Height (Silence Distance, LOD):
It refers to the height at which the pointer cursor completely loses response after the mouse is lifted off the desktop. Proper response height can prevent cursor jitter caused by the imaging engine in a semi-out-of-focus state after the mouse is lifted off the desktop. The response height of early optical engines was generally fixed. Now it can be adjusted by different mouse pad materials.
- FPS value refers to the relationship between mouse pixel processing capacity and computer response speed. The higher the value, the more accurate the mouse response. A higher FPS can reduce the frame drop phenomenon of the mouse and improve the performance of playing games. Among them, 6000FPS is a watershed of mouse refresh rate. When FPS is lower than 6000, frame loss will occur during the high-speed movement of the game.
These are the parameters that we need to pay attention to before choosing a suitable mouse. We can refer to them when choosing.