【美国CNET】你怎么握你的游戏鼠标:趴握、捏握,还是抓握?

【美国CNET】你怎么握你的游戏鼠标:趴握、捏握,还是抓握?

【美国CNET】你怎么握你的游戏鼠标:趴握、捏握,还是抓握?

来源:CNET, 作者:JOSHUA GOLDMAN,翻译:米饭,MAY 3, 2019

从这里开始寻找完美的游戏鼠标

市场上有很多“游戏鼠标”,多到数不清。事实上,面对这么多选择,单单想要决定一个尺寸或者风格,尤其在预算上,远远没有你想得那么简单(哪怕有Reddit或者亚马逊的排行榜可以帮助你寻找答案)。

尽管如此,我仍然开始寻找新的游戏鼠标。坦率地说,我不是一个严肃的游戏玩家,我也不坚持某种类型的游戏(虽然我更喜欢第一人称射击游戏)。除了从无线鼠标切换到有线鼠标以外,我从来没有真正对我的鼠标给予过更多关注。在游戏鼠标方面,我算是个小白。

在我最开始的搜索中,像是Razer(雷蛇)和Logitech(罗技)这样的名字,占据了大部分结果,但我也注意到Zowie这个品牌突然出现了。如果你从来没有听说过它们(我没有听说过),也许你更有可能了解该品牌背后的母公司,BenQ(明基),该公司以生产显示器、投影机和其它电脑外设产品出名。

Zowie鼠标特别强调尺寸
Screenshot by Josh Goldman/CNET

Zowie网站上,我首先注意到,它们所有鼠标都针对趴握或者抓握来设计。当我带着握鼠姿态这个话题,去询问CNET其他一些比较严肃的PC游戏玩家时,他们都没有立刻明白我在说什么。事实证明,知道自己是怎么抓握鼠标的,对于满足性能和舒适度方面的需求非常重要。

Zowie家的鼠标专注于“合手”与“性能”。舒适、速度与控制是首要的,而不在于你得到了多少个按钮或者灯。它真的只有三种类型,其中两个是灵巧的,而且几乎和其它所有鼠标都不一样,它不需要安装软件或者驱动程序。

除了形状以外,它们的舒适性的关键在于,每个型号还分成两种或三种尺寸,因此你可以找到适合你手掌大小与握持风格的鼠标。(查看Twitter上的#mousefitting,你会发现人们对这个话题还蛮热衷的)

如果你不确定你是怎样握持鼠标的以及寻找什么,这里有每种类型的基础知识。


Palm grip 趴握

趴握很普遍
Sarah Tew/CNET

就像听起来一样,趴握意味着你的大部分手掌都放在鼠标上,也包括你的手指。这是最普遍的一种方式,因为你的手比较放松而且整个放在鼠标上,相对来说很舒服。

然而,它确实也让鼠标成为手臂的延伸,实际使用时会带来更慢的手臂动作,而不是更快的手腕动作。当然,它也让光标移动得比较平稳。你最好是寻找一个完全适合你的右手或者左手的鼠标,并且有足够面积可以让整个手掌都放在上面。

Fingertip grip 捏握

Sarah Tew/CNET

捏握和抓握完全不同。只有指尖触及鼠标,而掌心几乎总是离开鼠标的。这种手法可以很轻松地抬起鼠标,并且用手腕更快速地移动。如果你习惯这种姿势,那么你会更想要一个轻量级的鼠标。小巧、低调、重量小于100克(3.5盎司)的鼠标是不错的选择。

Claw grip 抓握

Sarah Tew/CNET

抓握的姿势,介于趴握和捏握之间。你的手指呈现出一种爪的形态,而手掌底部是放在鼠标背上的。这种手势相对于趴握来说,会允许更灵活的手腕运动,又比捏握带来更好的控制。一个体型较短、相对灵巧的鼠标,拥有圆润的背部、更高的隆起,应该会比较适合这种姿势。

Zowie系列电竞鼠标适用于所有类型的抓握方式,它们主要是用于电子竞技的。如果你正在寻找具有更多功能的鼠标,更多按键,RGB灯或以上所有,有线的或者无线的,那么请继续关注。我们正在测试很多产品,并将提供完整的建议。如果你认为我们必须测试某个特定的型号,也请在评论中告诉我们(完)。


原文如下:

What gaming mouse grip are you: Palm, fingertip or claw?

Your journey to finding the perfect gaming mouse starts here.

There are a lot of gaming mice. A ridiculous number of gaming mice. So many mice, in fact, that trying to decide on a single size and style — especially on a budget — is much more complicated than scouring Reddit and Amazon’s top lists to find an answer.

That’s nonetheless how I started my search for a new gaming mouse. I’m not a serious gamer and I don’t stick to one type of game, though I do prefer first-person shooters. I had never really given much thought to the mouse I used beyond switching from a wireless one to wired. I am a gaming mouse n00b.

In my initial searches, names like Razer and Logitech made up most of the go-to picks, but I also noticed the name Zowie popping up. If you’ve never heard of them (I hadn’t), there’s a better chance you know the company behind the brand, BenQ, which makes monitors, projectors and other computer peripherals.

It was on Zowie’s site that I first noticed anything about mice being designed for palm or claw grips. When I brought grip types up to a few of the more serious PC gamers here at CNET, none of them immediately knew what I was talking about. Turns out, though, knowing how you like to grip your mouse is fairly important to getting one that meets your performance and comfort needs.

Zowie’s lineup is focused on fit and performance. Comfort, speed and control are the priorities and not how many buttons and lights you’re getting. It only really has three models — two of which are ambidextrous — and, unlike almost every other mouse, there’s no software or drivers to install.

Aside from shape, a key to their comfort is that each model comes in two or three sizes, so you can find the mouse that’s right for your hand size and grip style. (Check out #mousefitting on Twitter and you’ll see people are pretty enthusiastic about this approach.)

If you’re not sure what grip you are and what to look for, here are the basics for each type.

Palm grip

Just like it sounds, a palm grip means most of your palm rests on the mouse and much of your fingers do, too. This is the most popular grip type and since your hand is relaxed and resting on the mouse, it’s comfortable.

It does make the mouse more of an extension of your arm, though, so you end up using potentially slower arm movements more than faster wrist movements. But it does make cursor move smoothly and accurately. A mouse sculpted to fit your right or left hand is going to be best, as well as one with an area large enough to rest your entire palm on.

Fingertip grip

Fingertip is the complete opposite of the palm grim. Just your fingertips are on the mouse with your palm always up and off the mouse. The position makes it easy to lift the mouse and make fast moves with your wrist. It’s a position that makes you appreciate having a lightweight mouse, so go with a smaller, low-profile one that weighs less than 100 grams (3.5 oz.).

Claw grip

The claw grip falls somewhere between the palm and fingertip grips. Your fingers are up in a claw shape with just the bottom of your palm resting on the back of the mouse. The position allows for better wrist movement than the palm grip, but with more fine control than fingertips alone. A shorter ambidextrous mouse with a rounded back and higher profile works well for the position.

While the Zowie lineup offers something for all types of grips, they are primarily designed for eSports. If you’re looking for a mouse with more features, more buttons, RGB lights or all of the above — wired and wireless — stay tuned. We’re in the middle of testing a lot of models and will be back with full recommendations. And if there’s a specific model you think we simply must test, please let us know in the comments.

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