|Item model number||FK1+|
|Item Weight||3.36 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 2.7 x 1.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5 x 2.68 x 1.45 inches|
BenQ ZOWIE FK1+ E-Sports Ambidextrous Optical Gaming Mouse
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- Ambidextrous mouse developed for claw grip usage
- Two thumb buttons on both Sides to comfortably serve left- and right-handed users
- Plug and play (no drivers needed)
- Easy to switch between left- and right-hand functionality
- 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 DPI adjustment
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ZOWIE FK SERIES
Ambidextrous Low Profile Design
No matter whether you are right-handed or left-handed, FK Series are designed for your comfort. The low profile design provides better control for both claw and palm-grip users. FK Series comes in three different sizes.
ZOWIE FK Series Measurements
Select the one that is right for you and wield your mouse firm in grip on the battlefield. FK1+: Extra Large, FK1: Large, FK2: Medium.
Full Control Over Your Movements
Designed for intense gameplay. The Zowie FK allows your fingertips to hold and cover your mouse so you can operate precisely and smoothly.
- Two thumb buttons on both sides to comfortably serve left- and right-handed users
- Perfect lift-off distance; Plug and play (No driver needed)
- Easy to switch between left- and right-hand functionality
- 400/ 800/ 1600/ 3200 DPI adjustment
- Adjustable USB report rate 125/ 500/ 1000 Hz
- Cable Length: 2m / 6.6 ft
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- No mouse clutter
- As accurate as my G502
- Great feeling on a large hand
- Wonderful cord
- Wish it had an aim button like my G502 (button that allows temporary DPI reduction)
34 year old gamer. Played CS 1.6 competitively with CAL and haven't stopped since. For the longest time, I had it in my mind that if I could be semi-pro in CS on an old Microsoft Laser Mouse that it shouldn't matter all that much what I was playing with. I still bought whatever I found as the "best reviewed" mouse at the time and rolled with it.
My last two mice purchases were the Razer Taipan and the Logitech G502. I upgraded to the G502 becuase the Taipan, although one of my favorite mice, was far too small for my hand. I constantly felt as if I was tripping over my thumb and pinky.
So, on the advice of a buddy I picked up the Logitech G502. Found the mouse to be of the right size, but the button placement is a bit wonky. The DPI switch is on the top of the mouse, which caused me to accidentally choose the wrong sensitivity randomly while playing.
It was during one of these random slips that I lost my cool and grumbled about it to my friends, one of whom suggested the Zowie. Being impulsive and cursing Amazon Prime, I purchased the Zowie FK1+.
__My Experience So Far
Compared to my G502 in size, there's not much difference comparing them next to one another. They're just about the same length and width. However, the mouse buttons couldn't be more different. The Zowie has an open, simple layout that allows your fingers to just melt around the top without concern of accidentally clicking an unnecessary button. I saw no difference between the mice in terms of accuracy.
The mouse itself feels wonderful in the hand, and I feel like the simplicity in its design actually lifts it above the chique angular design of the Logitech G502.
So, before I finally made the decision to buy this mouse, I poured through a large amount of reviews, YouTube videos, and size measurements of mice to find a mouse that would be comfortable for me. Just for reference, I have average sized hands and exclusively use a fingertip grip on my mice. Before I bought this, I was using a Steel Series Rival 300 which was far too big for my hands and grip style. After finally narrowing my options, I decided to take the plunge and order this mouse, and I'm glad that I did.
-This is a small mouse, for sure. It's not very long, nor does it have a huge bump in the middle like some other mice geared towards users with larger hands and using a palm grip. Because of this, the FK2 is ideal for a fingertip grip, in my opinion. You could probably comfortably use a claw grip as well, if you wanted to. You *might* could do a palm grip but frankly, I don't find it very comfortable with this mouse (although that would probably also depend on your hand size).
-No annoying third-party software needed to change the DPI settings. There's a switch on the bottom of the mouse that changes between a few different DPI presets. Once you press the switch, it will change the color of the lighting on the bottom, which indicates a different DPI setting. I forget the actual values, but they're easy enough to find.
-It has a very attractive and minimalist design. There's no RGB lighting flashing in your eyes or some ugly gamer-oriented design, it's just a sleek looking black mouse with a small red Zowie logo, and that's it. In fact, just looking at it, you probably wouldn't even know that it was a "gaming" mouse.
-The back and forward buttons are extremely nice for web browsing. You can also program them in most games to get added functionality out of them, if you wish. I personally use them as utility hot keys in some games (flashlights, med kits, etc).
-No braided cable. I would've preferred to have a braided cable in a mouse of this price, but it's not a deal breaker. I've personally had no issues with it.
-Price. This definitely is not a cheap mouse, but then again, most gaming mice aren't.
All in all, this is a solid choice if you have hands on the smaller side and you're looking for a nice mouse to use with a fingertip grip. I can't recommend the FK2 enough, and hope to use it for many years to come.
This mouse is just too long and too tall for me to accurately use. For reference, my right hand is 5 inches long and I like to use a claw/finger tip grip combo. I have to palm grip this one which just feels awful 'cause it's so dang tall.
For people who play Overwatch, I main Soldier: 76 and was unable to right click and send out my rockets. Heck, I was unable to left click most of the time. My 52% average accuracy went down to 23%. Yeah, it was that bad. Yeah, my hands are that small.
End of story? If you're a man with tiny man hands get this mouse. If you're a girl with average sized hands get this mouse. If you're a dude that likes smaller, lighter mice... Well, you get the gist.
For me? I guess I'll have to stick with my Amazon Basics mouse until I can find something that I can claw grip with my rat paws.