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mice thread; rate your mouse.
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thoughts on g602?

>optical sensor
>500ghz/2ms report rate
>battery life
>tactile buttons

anyone use a g602?
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I give my leftie Deathadder 3.5 an 8/10. Its shape is very comfy.
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>>52400831
Deathadders would be decent mice if it weren't for the fact that they break down WAY too soon.
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>>52400790
Still have my old faithful mx518.
See no reason to change. What are those "angle snapping" issues?
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>>52400790
This is pretty outdated
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Targus Armor AMW56AP-50 Wireless Optical USB Mouse

Super comfy, batteries last for about a year.
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>>52400869
Forgot pic.
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I use a Logitech M570 for gaming
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What is the new god of /g/ that replaces the G400 (and is equivalent for sensor quality/accuracy, comfort, etc)?
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>>52400831
I'm left handed and I don't understand why people would want to use left handed mice when qwerty and most interfaces are designed around right handedness, if you could mirror an OS and every program and flip the layout of a keyboard then I'd might consider going left handed.
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what does /g/ think of the mionix castor?
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>>52400846
I got lucky with mine. Bought it mid 2011 and all that's broken is middle mouse click. Thankfully I never use that.
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>>52400853
yeah but it gets people posting
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>>52400912
mionix.net/mice/castor/
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>>52400937

yeah ok but anybody here has experience with one?
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Thoughts on the g502?
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>>52400900
G400s
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>>52400790
Zowir FK1

9/10
The side buttons could be moved forward a bit. Other than that, it's solid, comfy, accurate, and plug-n-play
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i have one of those microsoft ones in the 'great tier'
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>>52400957
Great mouse if you are not a weak fag complaining about the weight.

>Pointer is flawless
>Custom dpi buttons, scrolling wheel that >Allows side scrolling
>Adjustable weight

Why have you not purchased one yet?
Prove me wrong senpais.
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>>52401010
what modern logitech mouse doesn't allow side scrolling?
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>>52400980
What is different between the G400 and G400s?
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>>52400918
anon, my deathadder is also more or less that old (a bit older). My middle click also broke some 2 months ago. Its easily fixable: what happens is that a little circular piece that connects to the scrolling sensor wears down with time and use. You can repair it if you compensate for the volume of plastic it lost over the years, e.g. with a tiny amount of strong glue, or something of the sort. Good luck
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>>52401034
Which one that does is better than the g502?
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>>52401042
nothing, they are both meme mice.
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>>52401042
I dont know cause I never had a 400 but I have a mx518 and the plastic they use in the 400s really works if you have sweaty hands the cable is thinner tho
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>>52400790
ss rival ok/10

ok feel but the rubber grip is all but gone after only 8 months of use
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>>52401042
G400s looks like shit, but has a better sensor with a better DPI, G400 has 3600 and G400s has 4000.
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>>52401048
that depends on the individual and how they prioritize and value different features.

you can belittle people's considerations all you want but weight could be a real deal breaker for someone.

when it comes to peripherals it's mostly about preference.
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>>52401105
what do you play or use it for?

that shit looks like you'd be leaving little bits of rubber and grime all over your mouse pad and thumb
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>>52400957
are narrow mice better or worse for claw/fingertip grip? it seems to me that it would be more strenuous
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>>52400824
i use a g602 it's pretty comfy
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>>52401231
do you play fps? does it track well? have acelleration issues?

also does the space between lmb and rmb feel weird or does it feel just fine, I've been watching some reviews and people complain that there is too much of a gap.
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>>52401281
i played a few hrs of CS GO, I'm pretty shit tho so can't comment on that
tracking is pretty good, last mouse was a deathadder 2013 that broke
no acceleration issues so far
button spacing is only an issue for manlets
yeah it's pretty comfy for a wireless
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>>52401316
what about the top g button? is it easy to reach in game without having to adjust grip? or do you just not use that
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>>52400790
>Commonly reccommended
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>>52401337
it's pretty easy and i never accidentally press it
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>>52400949
I have naos7000 which is just castor with palm grip. Its a great mouse, 1000ghz, feels nice, no acceleration. It is very lightweight, which is the only downside
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>>52401229
I have one and I use a claw grip, unfortunately my hand does cramp up after extended usage. Sucks because it's a great mouse otherwise.
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I've been using a ss sensei em ell /g/ since it came out and before we knew about the shitty sensors. Regardless I've had a comfy time and everything still works on it.
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>>52401229
I've got really big hands, so I'm basically forced to use claw grip on any mouse, and the G502 feels pretty nice to me. I've got about 500 hrs on CSGO with the 502, and it feels totally fine, even after more than 4 hours of continuous use(I don't usually spend more than that amount of time gaming). Sensor and switches are god tier too, so that's a plus. Only issue I have is that the scroll wheel is slightly loose/wobbly
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>>52401105
>>52401199
I can relate to that deformation of the side grip. Don't know why, but I don't eat around my computer and actually wash my hands, but it still is worn down like crazy, and specifically in that spot. Really distracting, and a shame on an otherwise great mouse.
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Anker 8200 dpi mouse for $30. needed something cheap with extra buttons. i use the three side thumb buttons for hiding/showing desktop, minimizing current window, and one for double clicking (easier to highlight text when programming, use it a shitton).
rate my autism
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>>52400790
fun fact: you can actually bind the G600's buttons to shit like F13-F24, so it's not exactly like the m1/m2/mb/fwd/back limitations of most software even matter.

combined with SW scripting like AutoHotKey, it's a god-tier mouse for productivity
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>>52401199
yeah it does flake off bit by bit, and it started happening day 1 too, i do use a firm grip i guess?

hardest work it does,i play csgo and mouse trainers... not the 20 hour marathon wow sessions i usually associate with wear on mouses.
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Why do people shit on the razer mamba?
I've had the 2012 tournament edition (i was young and inexperienced at the time) as my daily driver for all these years, and from my experience it's just a deathadder that can go wireless (great for watching movies if your pc is hooked up to a tv or some such shit) have had no issues with it, except it's a bitch to clean.
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What's /g/ opinion on the Ozone Neon?
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>razer naga
>sensei raw
>listed as shit mice
Well I like them, idk what the fuck the issue is with them but oh well. I don't play FPS.
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Does Zowie make good mice or is this a meme?
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>>52400790
This should be on the /g/uide. There is literally nothing wrong with it. Nothing less and nothing more than a perfectly balanced mouse. It is like Seiko 5 Sports of mice world.
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Just a crappy wireless Gateway mouse I spraypainted.

Mediocre/10.
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I have this and it's p good
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826333011
I have it connected via PS/2
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>>52400790
I have a Razer Abyssus 2014 version. Pretty good except it's a pretty small. Still very comfy though.

Can someone explain what the pic means by 'if you get the right version'? How can I tell if it's not 'a dud one'?
I'm pretty sure you can update the firmware because I did as soon as I got it.
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>>52402192
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I still have the first Deathadder, hade it for 6 years now, still a great mouse to me.
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make way, shitstains
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I'd rate it 8/10.Yes it looks like shit but it's comfy and reliable as fuck. Bought this after my Deathadder 2013 died within a year after purchase and I can't say I really notice a difference between the sensors.
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>>52400912
>>52400949
I ordered one during the Massdrop, but I'm still waiting on it.
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What do you guys think about the ROCCAT Kone XTD?
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>>52402811
Holy fuck somebody stop MadKatz
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>>52403204
Looks like I'd bump back way too often and left/right scroll wheel is a ridiculously useless feature.
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waiting for g9's successor to be announced
i can't use any other shape
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>>52400957
I have the g502, work good for every thing from Photoshop to Battlefield. /g/ hates it cause of the design. not like i care. It's just a good mouse.
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wireless master race reporting in

would be better if it held a longer charge, otherwise great
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>>52400824
Have one. Best mouse I have ever owned.
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>>52400957
Pretty damn decent. Upgraded from a deathadder, and I've really grown to like it. It performs flawlessly.
The only caveat I can think of is that the mouse wheel is a bit loud...
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>>52403234
>not rebinding it to switch between tabs in browser/tabbed editors
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My Logitech M500 (which I should add I liked a lot) has started having some issues with double clicking on all but the right button.

What is the standard recommended mouse for ~$50? I play a fair amount of FPS games I should add.
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Been postponing getting a new mouse despite of mine not registering 1/3 left clicks because I can't find a decent one that is not bloated with utterly useless features or buttons but with good quality. Currently with a pic related.
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>>52400790
>g500 and mx518
>anywhere else but shit tier, godawful economics
Currently have G502, it's garbage and I hate it but I don't feel the need to replace it.

Had the G9x before that, much better mouse use that daily at work now.
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>>52400957
I have one. Bit heavy for my liking, getting used to it from a 10g shite mouse. Odd design, but very good overall and was only £30
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>>52401791
High level Autism. G502 and G402 were like $30 on the amazon sale
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>>52403411
How do you set that, that sounds more useful than volume change
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>>52403411
>>52404160
DW figured it out
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>>52403333
This. The mouse is awesome but the scroll wheel is obnixously loud when you aren't using it in the free scrolling mode.
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>>52404257
My only complaint. You can replace it with a g500 scroll wheel though
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Why must I pay 100 bucks for a fucking Intellimouse?
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>>52400869
My Microsoft mouse I bought in 2005 has had one battery in it and still hasn't been changed. It's the best mouse I ever used
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Mx Master reporting in
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>tfw my MX518 died after several years two weeks ago
It fucking hurts. I loved that mouse, it was so good to me and was with me through all those years.. And then, it just stopped working.
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Currently have this (Gigabyte M6900). I wanna buy a new mouse which has a similar shape and maybe weight (I can probably get used to a new weight if it's not too light). What would my best option be?
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>>52404740
Steelseries rival 300
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>>52400790
what do u think about my mionix naos 7000
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Tecknet Masterrace
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>>52400957
Had a Deathadder once and gave it to a friend a month later. Ended up getting a G400 twice after that. Bought one right after the other after the old one died years later. Now I have the same as you and I am completely pleased with it.
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Can't use a mouse any more, my wrist flares up if I do.

This is reliable, but sucks for most gaming.
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I fucking love my zowie mico, what's wrong with it?
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>>52400824
I owned one but after trying the 502 I downgraded to that.
Idk man it just felt wrong.
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>>52400790
>using a mouse
>not controlling your desktop actions entierely by keybinds
>not using trackball to play your vns

In seriousness, I use a Pixart sensor mouse made in China for the entirety of my life, and it's alright, though not perfectly accurate. It's also really light and more durable than I thought. It's not some disgusting ABS garbage for sure. After about 12 years though, it's actually beginning to show some wear. I'm wondering what's a decent, durable mouse with a flawless sensor for under 30 bux?
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>not using a trackball
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>>52400790
I..I'm afraid to ask /g/ this but
Is this shit teir??
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I've used this mouse for years now and it has yet to fail me. It's an all around good, no frills mouse
>fits hand nicely
>buttons feel nice
>good tracking with no issues
>no shitty software required for use
10/10 would buy again
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What's the best driverless mouse that's not Zowie? That shit is too expensive.
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>>52406228
it's so light too. definitely among the greatest mice ever made.
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>>52402140
What mouse is that?
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MS Basic USB Mouse here, it's nothing special, but I've been using it every day since 2010.
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>>52406244
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>>52406228
Would this be good for csgo
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Mionix Avior 7000 has served me well for just over a year now. Best mouse I have used in during that time. But the scroll wheel is starting to fail since a few days ago. Scroll functionality is actually fine but sometimes it can't be clicked. Maybe it has to do with the roughly 1000 hours of ArmA 3 played with this thing? Who knows. That game makes have use of the scroll wheel.

Anyway, got Amazon to send me a replacement and am not happy with that one either. Scroll wheel makes a scratchy sound and feels weird when scrolling up right out of the box. Sticking to my old one for now, unless the it brakes comepletely before I have to send one of the back within the next ~30 days.

Maybe I will order the replacement 'glidez' so I can open this one up and try to fix it. It's really shitty to hide the screws under the mouse feet.
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>>52400790
>pic
bait
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>>52400824

Comfiest mouse I have used. Battery life is god tier.
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>>52408796
I've had mine since Christmas and it hasn't even lost a dot worth of charge. You?
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What's wrong with the G700S? I own two of them and aside from replacing the 2000 mAh battery with a 3200 mAh they have been nothing but flawless and comfortable.
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I literally just get some random ching chong mouse from eBay for $10 to $15 that has three DPI settings and two side buttons. No hassles, no wukkas.
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>>52400790
Basic HP $10 mouse.
Works for everything and click pressure is reasonably heavy. 8/10 For the price.
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Will I regret buying a Zowie EC2-A meme mouse?
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>>52400790
>Logitech G500 is shit tier

Are you fucking retarded?

>perfect sensor
>no acceleration
>no line snapping
>can make scroll wheel spin freely
>easily adjustable sensitivity
>forward, backward, and function button

Explain how it's a shit mouse. No, seriously, I'm curious what any of you have against the G500. I've had mine for more than 4 years now and it's still the best mouse I've ever used.
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>>52410870
>wanting a scroll wheel that spins freely
>needing more than a right, left, and centre button and a scroll wheel
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>>52410951
... is that the only thing you have against it? It's not "minimalist" enough?
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>>52410951
Has to have no frills and in "just werks" status to even be considered as good around here.
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>>52411008
shit, meant for >>52410969
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>>52411008
>>52411018
I figured as much. If /g/ likes no frills and it just wurrks, why don't they all use this humongous piece of shit?
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>>52411057
Because that just doesn't werk.
>tfw no glove hands
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>>52402811
Jesus Christ, are you serious? I'm intrigued. Looks stupid as he'll, but I bet people love it
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No love for the sidewinder?
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>>52406479
A4Tech xl-750bk
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>>52400957
Is good, but would prefer a g303. The new ones just released have less obnoxious colours too.
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Gigabyte m6900?
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>>52403257
Mine is arriving either tomorrow or Friday
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i got new mouse tonight.
got the steel series sensei raw to replace my death adder which was working intermittently
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>>52409779
Im using that right now had it for years great mouse
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>>52401791
I used one of those before and it had terrible input delay, and it was way too easy to accidentally press side buttons
did not like it
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Best wireless mouse for a memepad?
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>>52400905
Most typing strokes in QWERTY are done with the left hand according to Wikipedia. It's not like DVORAK and left-handed keyboard don't exist, either.
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>>52403257
How is it? I've been looking at them recently.
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>>52400790
>people will never stop masturbating over ancient MS mice even though they have obvious, documented flaws and are no better sensor wise than many modern mice.
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>>52400957
I bought today, its awesome.
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>>52403915
if you were a g9x user, better to pick something from here that is under 120mm in length, I like sub 115mm: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ZzbKDmFOqsP_ut2RdctD01OEbZzbXol6HLwqVkSmZcg/edit?pref=2&pli=1#gid=0

I used a g9x for years and like you I got the g502 because logitech basically said it was the successor, but I hate the shape. currently using a CM spawn with the low LOD firmware + tape fix and I'm loving it. it's not on any guides but the new xornet II is really good and really cheap.
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>>52400957
It's the bomb
>love dat grip
>love dat metal scrollwheel
>love dat freescroll

the dpi switch buttons are pretty big though but don't often get in the way
the dpi thumb button (the one that auto switches to some low preset for sniping or whatnot) is hard to reach

tl;dr great with minor quirks, overall good buy
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>>52401395
I can second this, except I fingertip grip it because I have big hands.
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>>52403257
>wireless=master race

clearly this is bait
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> g9x shit teir

G9x is meta knight in brawl son

Also Rival is 9/10 for the price. Also comes in dat sweet fade
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>>52400790
no matter what mouse youre using THOSE FUCKING PADS ON THE BOTTOM GET LOOSE OR ACCUMULATE DUST BECAUSE OF THE GLUE AND FUCK UP EVERYTHING REEEEEEEE
why is such a seemingly meaningless part so goddamned mouse-breaking.
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>>52413565
REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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>>52403204
Got it, love it
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Are there any modern mice that are similar to the old Logitech Mouseman mice in shape and weight?

They had the perfect shape then fucked it all up with that abomination called MX518.
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>>52405797
It's time for an upgrade
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>>52401010
>Weak fag
>Actually using a lightweight mouse

Come back when you've tried a proper mouse
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I want to replace my Steelseries Sensei with an optical mouse, I like the shape on the Sensei. Prefer to have a DPI switch too. Any suggestions? The Zowie AM in OP's pic look decent but there doesn't seem to be any DPI button on it, or am I just dumb?
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>>52400790

>G9X not god tier

Eat my shit, buddy.
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>G9X
>Shit
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>>52413565
Only if you live in filth. Mine are spotless, been using it for a year, not a speck of dust.
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>>52406112
But I am
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G502
I rate 9/10, glorious, except for accidentally hitting LMB side buttons(which change the DPI).
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>>52400846

I have a first gen death adder and it's so old that the clear mousewheel is starting to yellow

It still works but I gouged the plastic on it when I dropped a desk on it during a moving accident so I bought another one

If anything Razer seems to have hit or miss quality control issues if other people are to be believed
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I've got the logitech g402 which is supposed to be the g400s successor. It is, or at least was last time I checked, significantly cheaper than the alternatives which also have perfect sensors and no mess-up addons.
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I just ordered http://www.amazon.de/dp/B00YTZYYO0?psc=1 but the wired version.
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>>52415775
I'd really like to get one of those, but I don't think I'd do very well playing FPS games with one of them.
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I use the old Darkfield mice and love them.
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Does anybody here own a Razer Ouroboros?
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>>52416077
It will take some getting used to but I know people who PWN me using a thumb trackball
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>>52416134
No, I don't need to fly to Mars just yet.
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the g9/g9x is still my favorite. it's so damn comfy, it's a shame they're not produced anymore. i had to grab the call of duty mw3 edition to replace my old g9.
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>>52411057
Because that shitty little ball mousewheel always gets stuck and right clicking is almost impossible

It doesn't just werk
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>>52400790
>Cyborg RAT
jesus christ, I'd forgotten about that thing
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>>52416395
I still have mine on a shelf somewhere...
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>>52403204
Had it for two years, my hand is really big and it was the best mouse for me, only broke because my sister threw it against the wall.

Have the SS Rival but uncomfortable and has a sensor problem.
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>>52416447
literally gave mine away to a friend yesterday. he's never had anything better than mobile wireless mouse shit so it's like magic to him (when the laser isn't fucking up and the middle click works properly)
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>>52416524
I just didn't like the sensor in mine.
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>>52400790
mouses are so fucking expensive in Europe.
Here any one of those in the list starts from like 50 pounds.
i get the chance to get the microsoft optical used for 25 pounds,what do you say?
Also,whats the point of a gaming mouse?
I have used a 4 euro mouse all my life and it never broken.
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>>52416570
It all depends on what you'll use it for, hand side etc.

Care to elaborate ?
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>>52416592
right handed,arent all people on PC right handed anyway?
i play games mostly and browsing.
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>>52412989
>I used a g9x for years and like you I got the g502 because logitech basically said it was the successor, but I hate the shape. currently using a CM spawn with the low LOD firmware + tape fix and I'm loving it.

I like your style. I've got a g400, IME, g9x and a Spawn and the Spawn is my weapon of choice. g400 is okay but in comparison is built like crap and the shape isn't my thing.
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>>52416615
Nope, which games will you be playing ?
Also i was referring to the actual hand size, some people have big hands and small but good mice aren't a good option for them.
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>>52400790
>Naos 7000
Has some trouble tracking on my Hayate Otsu mouse pad, though it's probably the pad's fault. I think increasing the LOD fixes it.

The "ergonomic" grooves are pretty shitty because I can't palm my mouse without my fingers touching the mouse pad. Now I've learned to rest my two fingers on the ridge instead, so my fingers don't feel cramped anymore.

It's a great mouse if your hand fits the mouse. Unfortunately, it's not the other way around.
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>>52416642
what measurement?
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>Logitech G600
Amazing product, I've never used another gaymen mouse but it has been a 10/10 with outstanding comfort and performance in my hand until recently.

The middle click on the wheel has almost entirely stopped working after about 2 years of intensive use. I have to press it down extremely hard to register a middle click, and even then its only a 50/50 chance that it'll register the click. However I just re-bound middle click to the DPI switch button since I never cycle between DPI settings, nothing has changed.

/endblog

On another note, does anyone know if there are any "affordable" mice that have BOTH a ring finger click and mouse wheel left and right tilt clicks? I want to have a second one for my laptop without having to use my Desktop's mouse.
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>>52416665
Which mouse do you use now ?
Does it feel comfortable?
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>>52416680
I use Mouse Genius NetScroll 100X for like 6 years.
Its a small mouse ,i only grab by the left and right buttons and sides but i've been using for so long so i cant tell.
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I am in the market for a new mouse and razer seems to hosting a 50% off all accessories and peripherals sale this friday.

Needless to say, all their mice look better than my tiny shitty mouse I got now.

Now, can anyone suggest me a good ~$100 razer mouse that is still being sold in their shops?
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>>52416765
It's really small haha, what's your budget ?
I assume you're not playing serious fps games and need extreme precision, right?
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>>52416775
Replying to myself here. Deathadder seems to be the only one that is in the OP image.

http://www.razerzone.com/eu-en/store/razer-deathadder-classic

Is this one considered the good one from OP's image? Because I see Deathadder 'Chroma' in a lot of places.
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>>52416826
> OP's image

Please don't take it seriously.
I used pic related for two years and it was the best mouse I've used.
It's about personal preference.
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defender warhead gm-1500, 10$ gaem mose
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>>52400790
I lost my trackman marble during a move. such a shame..
Any recommendation for a trackball? Can afford $100 max.
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>>52413619
Fucking clean your stuff amerifat.
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>>52416824
i play cs:go and bf4 when i get my new PC.
my budget is at the most 50 on amazon.uk
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>>52400824
Have this. It's OK. Only got it because it was on sale for $39.99 CAD DESU. Play CS and Starcraft, works fine.
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>>52416925
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the sensei has been perfect for me for about 6 years now
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>>52416984
I suggest ss rival / roccat kone xtd if you want a big mouse.

If not you have the zowie ec1 and the fk1.
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>>52411350
>laser mouse
>nothing wrong with it
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what about the logitech g402? i've been thinking of buying one
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bought the mx master for college, fucking loving all the gestures i can do and i'm getting used to it, while not a gaming mouse what do you guys think
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>>52417137
I have one. It's a good mouse, haven't had any problems with it. Good pricepoint too. Was $10 cheaper than a death adder and objectively better.
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>>52417174
logitech?
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>>52400790
>Microsoft wheel mouse Optical 1.1a
Good night sweet prince, we shall never see your like again...
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Whats a cheap mouse with a perfect sensor?
Dont really care about the shape or weight
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>>52417177
I'll probably get it instead of the g502 because my budget is a bit tight and i need to get monitors and a headphone.
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OK guys redpill me on sensors. I own a Naga Chroma, because
>muh 16.8 million
and because i play a lot of mmo's, whats the meme with sensors? how are they different?
I have no tracking issues with mine, in fact it's so good that the vibrations from my PC (it's shitty fans) makes the mouse move little by little... So what's the deal?
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>>52416395
I still have mine because too lazy to replace. All screws and anything that could rust is rusted, the rubberized plastic has congealed into some ungodly mess, middle click triple clicks for some reason, thumbwheel doesn't work, and it stopped responding to the control software
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>>52417404
I'm cute! That's the deal.

Memes aside, it looks like the sensors included in the Chroma series mice are flawless and good.
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Still no talk about the Microsoft Mobile Mouse 4000.......
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SteelSeries Rival 300 for FPS gaming
y/n ?
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>>52417685
Yes but rarely you get a random sensor flick that sends your cursor 90 degress up or left.

Very rarely tho.

Also keep in mind it wears off pretty fast.
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>>52417802
>Also keep in mind it wears off pretty fast.
what the fuck, I already feel cucked
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microsoft intellimouse optical 1.1a reporting in

got it for £1 at an office clearance sale
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>>52417842
Is it good?
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G502. Too heavy even without the weights. I needed to change the way I play FPS games. Don't buy it.
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>>52401034
G502 does have side scrolling
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steelseries kinzu v2

overall pretty good but the back seems to drag more than I want.
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>>52404443
Lucky me, mine is roughly 10 years old and still works like a charm.
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>>52400790

MX518 reporting in

what would you guys rate it? I have it for 6+ years now
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>>52400790
owining deathadder 1st gen, never had a single issue mentioned on that image - used it on multiple lans and pretty much every day since 2007 (or before, can't remember).

If it breaks I'll buy another deathadder without thinking 0.1 seconds
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>>52400790
Niggas dont know about my tyon
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>>52416134
I do. It's OK. could be a lot more comfortable.
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>>52418768
Roccat is underrated
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>>52401105
>>52401199
>>52401771

had mine for 2 years and 3 months. Over warranty - emailed and asked if they solves replacement grips - got an RMA approved. got a rival 300 with the voucher and apparently they have solved the grip issue with this version
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>>52412814

thats because the shapes have not been surpassed or even met since.

there are no mice with the godlike ergonomics of the 3.0 -modern mice are far too small or big and badly shaped.

closest ive found was cm alcor - but its far too small and the materials are bad. Using rival atm for the size but its far from the comfort of the 3.0
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>>52418658
same tier as g400 (g400 is just a copy of the mx 518)
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>>52400790
Thoughts on the Steelseries Rival 300?
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>>52419276
>>52417802
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>>52419162
>>52418768

looks great - nice and big, cool shape

OH.. it a laser sensor..

seriously why are all the big mice crippled with shit censors...
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>>52401097
Honestly for the games i play which is mostly fps anyway the g400 is actually very reliable had mine for 3 years now and its still going like a champ is even got a dent in the g logo from me smashing it with my fist and its still good very durable
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>>52419288
>It wears off pretty fast
What exactly does? The rubber?
I have one waiting in the mail.

>sends your cursor 90 degress up or left.
I had this with my now broken intellimouse too, only in CSGO though, must be a game problem.
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>>52400957

8/10 mouse for me, would've been 10 if the mouse's design was simpler
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>>52419315
Never had sensor problems with my kone xtd .

>>52419347
Yes, check pic related.
Also i noticed it only in csgo too, played bf4 and bf3 never happened.
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>>52419393
Fuck, are you a professional thumb wrestler?
Is it the normal rival or the 300 though? A post earlier in this thread claimed the 300 had it fixed.
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>>52419429
>>52419429
>>52419393

from first impressions, it seems they may have fixed it. The material does seem tougher.

if it fails within warranty you can always RMA it. SS support is excellent
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>>52400790
Logitech B100?
Anyone?
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G9X.

Fits my bear hands perfectly. Had it for years, only complaint is the cable being a bit stiff.
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>>52419429
Not sure which but i can post a pic of my 300 Which i used for 7 months if you want.
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>>52400790
Mionix Naos 7000. 9/10. Comfortable as all fuck, optical sensor, no angle snapping or acceleration issues, and a good scrollwheel.

Only issues I take with it are that the rubber coating gets gross after a while and can attract dust etc. All other problems lie in the software. It is hard to set decent macros and while they give you a fair amount of customization options, a lot of them are just gimmicky and do not affect anything at all.
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Zowie EC2-A arriving in a few days. Pretty fucking hyped, man. Any users?
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>>52419450

About 7 months in, rival 300.
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>>52400846

I've had my death-adder since 2008.
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>>52420890
>>52419393
I was thinking about buying a SteelSeries Rival 300 but all these rubber wear pics are turning me off. Still a good buy or get another one (and which)?
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>>52420926

But, now it is finally starting to be a little annoying with the left click after so much use.

Which Zowie has the shape of a deathader? I don't want an ambi mouse.
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>>52400790
Mionix Naos 7000

Fucking 12/10. Thinking of buying another before they're impossible to get just in case this one ever dies. I've been down the Logishit road before, never again.
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>>52420927
It is good but it feels like the back is a bit lifted causing your palm to touch it, kinda weird but you get used to it.
I suggest the roccat kone XTD if you want something really big, if not the ec1 evo is a really good choice.
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>>52400790
G700 was really solid mice, it was solidly built and it is not an meme mouse, i got use of every button, design was perfect and it actually looked good(not like some "gamer gear" but actually decent, not flashy mouse),

why they did that shitty 700s revision is beyond me.

Only fault to mouse would maybe be price, but when I see what crap they are selling in Razor for 50-80$,
G700 looked and feeled like they actually put material and R&D worth of 50$.

Underrated mouse if its in shittier.
Also, who did this list, I never saw an owner of G700 complain and person who didnt own one cant judge about something they dont know shit about.
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No category for G502

> TOP KEK
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>>52420963
I have one and completely agree. My only complaint is how lifhtweight it is. I was used to a much heavier mouse
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>>52411306
I loved mine before it started going apeshit.
I found the mouse wheel broke fairly early (and I wasn't hard on it), so middle-clicking got gradually worse.
I had to get rid of it when the battery and charger went wonky; the mouse would flash and jitter like a raver ODing on crack if unplugged, it would just not work properly if plugged in, but I found removing the batteries removed the jitter (but I still had to deal with flashing)

I eventually replaced it with the E-Blue Mazer, because I couldn't find another sidewinder. Here's my review: Don't. I hated this mouse the moment I plugged it in. No way to turn the distracting blue light off, mouse wheel never worked properly. Requires extra software. Horrible.

Now I'm reading this thread to see what I should replace my expensive new mouse with. Sad thing, I thought about stealing my ancient Logitech mouse from work and giving them my POS because it works so well. Areas of the mouse are SHINY SMOOTH because they've been polished by human hands.
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Thoughts on the Zowie ZA series?
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MX518 here.
No idea what "angle snapping" is, never had any problems with this mouse since I bought it 8 years ago.
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My g400 is dying after a few years.
Looking for a replacement in the UK with custom + split dpi options, need my 1500x/1800y combo to hold desu.
What's my best option? I've been thinking naos 7000 but I don't know if that has my required dpi options.
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>>52420963
Sold. Just placed my order; Amazon has em'. I'm trusting you, Anon, that you haven't lead me astray with your 12/10 review.
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zowie fk1

I like it but I regret not getting an ergonomic mouse like the ec2
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>>52400790
Razer Nigga 2012
8/10

I've thrown the thing hard against the wall 3 times in fits of rage while playing 2D assfaggots. It's broken apart a little bit each time, but still works perfectly.

Haven't tried anything with a supposedly better sensor but I've grown accustomed to this anyway.

Inb4 you don't need a keypad.

I have small hands, it is extremely practical for voice commands and the like.
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>>52400790
I like my g502, but it took a while to get used to how small it is compared to my old MX518.
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>>52421968
Too bad it's ergonomically shit. Never have I ever put my hands on such an uncomfortable mouse.
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>>52422171
Do you have big hands anon?

I swapped the right plastic support for what I believe is the smaller one and it's comfy as fuck for me. Did you try all supports for extended periods of time? How do you grip your mouse?
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>>52400824
Right click is much lighter than the left on my friend's model, it's downright unusable when you click just by resting your palm on the mouse
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>>52400986
Needs better mouse wheel. Bhops not gucci
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>>52417802
>rarely you get a random sensor flick that sends your cursor 90 degress up or left.

This. The mouse is awesome but this drives me crazy. Do you think it's related to the high polling rate or is it just the flawed sensor?
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>>52422322

No fucking idea anon , other than that the mouse is 9/10.
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>>52400846
The only complaint I have is that the fucking rubber grips are held together by fucking glue. Peeled off after like 6 months. Fml.
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its a meme tier mouse but i still love it
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I just want a mouse that feels like the Razer Naga (2011) but is not from Razer.
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>No mention of Corsair M45
Of all the mice I've used this one is my favorite.
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>>52417081
>tfw usa doesnt get the optical version of the perfect gaming mouse
land of the free
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>>52416106
I have four anywhere MX and three of the four developed the double click issue. Fixed two so far, can't be bothered to fix the third yet.
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Got this for christmas, love it. Just the right size and weight, but it only werks for claw/fingertip grip.
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>>52417802
>>52422322
>>52422468
never had this problem before. weird.
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>>52422586
Got this, love this.
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Razer Imperator here, really good and comfy mouse, but the left click sometimes goes nuts, it's been a few years now since i got it. other than that rare clicking issue, really nice mouse.
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>Msoft will never make a (proper) successor to the Intellimouse 3.0

sad tbqhwyfam
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>>52400846
I have an extremly old deathadder from 2010 or 11 patent sill pressing if that sacs something and it is still alive after more hours then I would like to admit (~5k)
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Why do laser mice are getting so much shit here?
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If I have a $50 dollar budget, what would you recommend? My mouse I got as a gift is broken, the scroll wheel doesn't work anymore.

Preferably wired.
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"It just works"
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>>52429025
Forgot to add that it's Amazon only, because giftcards.
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I got this mouse
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>>52400846
This is true. My deathadder just started to have one of the buttons act up so instead of resoldering it, I forged an invoice and sent it back to razer.

In the mean time, I'm using an M705 and when actually set up (buttons configured, dpi turned up, etc), it's very nice.
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>>52429488
>claw/fingertip master race reporting in
So few mice cater to our style. :(

They're all back-heavy. Even the ones that are supposedly claw-friendly (I'm actually hoverhand fingertip). The center of weight is never in the centroid of the fingertips+thumb tip.

Strangely the best shaped and balanced mouse I've ever used with our style was the universally hated puck mouse from Apple.

However that was the only thing going for it. Tracking was dogshit (although to be fair I used it on a mac so it could have been an OS problem, but I find it likely that it was both the sensor and the OS). Lack of any modern features like A FUCKING SECOND BUTTON LET ALONE A SCROLL WHEEL. Totally unusable.
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>>52429488
I find pic related to be perfect for my claw/fingertip grip mainly due to it's symmetrical shape (no stupid thumb holder) and fairly light weight.
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Master race.

Lets pray we have a good year and this big guy makes it a decade.
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>>52416826
Just get the Chroma, it's literally a direct upgrade
>better tracking
>same fit
>muh colors
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Deathadder was a fail for me, the sides started to separate after 9 months-ish and the middle mouse click broke after a year.

Looking at getting the MIONIX AVIOR 7000 for the extra buttons on the side, any right handers have experience with it that justify not getting the right handed version?


>>52406856
Also play Arma (1000hr club as well bro), I suspect it's why my mouse fell apart.
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>>52430130
I still have this mouse, but it sits and collects dust as I use my FK'14 as my daily driver. I also have a G400. Currently waiting for Logitech's license on the Pixart 3366 to expire, so other mice can use the God Tier sensor.
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>>52431290
Posting an older guide
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ive got a steelseries Kinzu V2 it does the job, and I got it for free. 1 problem though, it won't work at all with my Macbook. Does anyone know why that happens?
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Naga Epic Chroma for $49.99 USD shipped and two year warranty, good deal or no?
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>>52422586
Just got this about a month ago for $30. I like it way more than my 2013 Deathadder.
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>>52402124
scroll wheels are shit shapes are great tracking is great cable is great
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QxtTSriBCE
>Mouse turbine
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Roccat Kone XTD or G502? Still unsure what to buy.
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>>52430517

hey man >>52406856 here,
i am right handed. so i'll give you sort of a short review.

I initially bought this mouse because I suffered from slight wrist pains caused by extended time using a mouse with my right hand eexclusively (Logitech MX 512 I think back then, which I liked for a long time but after many years of use it became very uncomfortable to me for some reason). So I wanted to be able to alternate between my right and left hand. I do this sometimes now and it is a great feature to have. You can just set two profiles, one for each hand and switch at the press of a button.

You definitely sacrifice a little bit of comfort in terms of the mouse's body shape with an ambidextrous, symmetrical design. A right handed mouse for example, in my opinion, should be slanted the right at least a little bit - sort of approaching a vertical mouse design if you will.

But the symmetrical layout of the side buttons was never an issue for me. Some people say they get in the way but not for my grip style. This means that they are not easily reachable for me as well though.

The shape of the body makes it so that it is very easy to lift - which is not the case with neither the Naos nor the Castor and might be important depending on dpi and resolution used.

In terms of build quality I would rate it very highly. Even though my scroll wheel has a slight issue now. And the replacement that was sent from Amazon shows now 'real' flaws either - I'm just very picky I guess.
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>>52400790
its good
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>>52433374
It is a rather lightweight mouse, which I like. The cable is braided and very flexible - feel this is rare. The buttons all feel very nice, good switches under all of them apparently. Importantly there's this small space to rest the ring finger on top - maybe only important to me but if the left and right mouse buttons reach all the way to the side when viewed from the top that's an absolute no-go design for me because it leads to accidental clicks with my grip style as I will essentially be resting two fingers on that button.

I love the rubber surface. It hasn't changed at all during the first year of use - I don't have sweaty hands btw. It's a very smooth, hard rubber coating.

Mouse wheel is great and sits very far in the front which is just perfect. Extremely easy to reach for me.

Tracking is flawless. Not snapping, smoothing, prediction or accelartion here. But all 3310 sensors are picky in terms of surface. I am using a Steelseries QCK and this combination has served me well. Lift off distance for me is lower that one CD which is crazy and perfect for gaming.

Customization. Five profile slots, every button reassignable, double click & scroll speed adjustable, pointer acceleration available, polling rate (125, 250, 500, 1000), 3 step dpi individually for X & Y in increments of 50 dpi between 50 and 7000, lif off distance adjustable, angle snapping available, LEDs can be turned off or customized individually with colors, pulsing, flashing and breathing. I have mine turned off except for when it is in left hand mode, so I ever forget or switch to lefty on accident I'll know right away. There's also marcos which I don't need.

So I've said it before, it's the best mouse I have ever owned so far. Friend of mine has a Roccat Kone XTD. That seems super comfy to me but I've had a bad first experience with Roccat and it's laser so yeah, I'd give the Avior 7000 my recommendation.
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>>52433384
>derp
fuck you, dude
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>>52433374
>But the symmetrical layout of the side buttons was never an issue for me. Some people say they get in the way but not for my grip style. This means that they are not easily reachable for me as well though.

>This means that they are not easily reachable for me as well though.

I want to clearify, they are very well placed and easily reachable on the thumb side but not on the pinky side. Essentially I don't get an additional set of side buttons to be used with the pinky while using this mouse. Those buttons are effectively not there for me. I never thouch them on accident and can't comfortably reach them quickly to be of much use. They are to be used with the other hand's thumb and then they work well.
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>>52433412
wat
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EC2-A god tier 10/10
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>>52400957
brick/10
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>>52420963
I have one I would give it a 9/10 simply because it's a little to low for my taste, and it IS very light.
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I use a corsair m65, it was cheapish and works fine for what I need
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whats wrong with the Kinzu? I have been using it for 4 years, and its bretty gud
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>>52401658
>not 502 hours on CSGO
missed chance tbqhwy familia
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I love my sensei wireless.
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>>52434030
>wireless
absolute shit
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>>52433384
Everyone that bought this mouse, including me, was both being cucked by corsair, and didn't know enough about optical sensors to make a decent decision. This mouse has an awful imprecise sensor and is overpriced
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>>52434094
If i were to take;
The usual sensei -> shitty surface coating
Mlg edition -> same shitty coating problem
Fnatic edition -> n o.

I have no choice, anon. I love the feel and grip, it's absolutely perfect to me.
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I have searched a lot but i can't find any good completely black/dark grey mouse with at least 7 buttons that costs less than 60 €
Any tip?

Also why there is a big gap in prices between amazon america and amazon europe? I tought euro and dollar was almost the same or even euro > dollar
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M225
im poor
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>>52424003
I had the double click issue, but it fixed itself somehow. My left-click just quit working, apparently the little piece of metal inside the button itself gets corroded. I had to take apart that tiny-ass button and hit it with sandpaper; now it works fine again. Only had one screw left when I put it back together...
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trust gxt 25

Is this mouse is a piece of shit?
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>>52410691
only if you have a problem with a glowing mousewheel for cpi indication
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Cm devastator


Kill me now
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Comfort Mouse 4500
Laser, 1000 DPI
+Perfect for a palm grip style
+cheap
-Rubber parts will start to melt (mouse wheel rubber has come out)
-always free spinning, therefore inaccurate scrolling
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>>52402140
my first poorfag mouse, only problem with is low weight.
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>>52421441
My charger also went to shit, but there is a fix out there that im gonna try at some point. I just replace the battery every 2-3 days. Other than that, the mouce surprisingly is on its 6th year of life.
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>>52426409
I love that it only started catching on and the price double after I bought mine.
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>>52431307
It's not an older guide. It just bases itself solely on sensor accuracy and click latency.
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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ZzbKDmFOqsP_ut2RdctD01OEbZzbXol6HLwqVkSmZcg/edit?pref=2&pli=1#gid=0
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Cant agree that the R.A.T is shiet tier... i love the thumb wheel and the 3 extra buttons.. they are great for me because im playing MilSims and other stuff that needs a lot of buttons. I own it some years now and there are no signs of malfunctioning. I agree that noone needs such a high sensitivity but there is sofware to change it.
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>>52433388
I'll give it a try for sure, thanks a lot for the input. I think the rubberized surface will do fine for me, I'll see
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>>52402140
I remember owning two of those. One of the most underrated mice of all time.
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What does /g/ think of my mouse collection?
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mionix castor

y/n?
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>>52431290
How much "less" is the click latency in the new zowie mice? I may just go get a G303 for csgo but Ive been playing with zowie fk1 so long.
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