I need a new gayming mouse /g/, what should I get?
Can definitely recommend the Logitech G series. I have a G502 and I love it mainly due to its weight adjustment feature (I prefer heavier mice). The optical sensor in it is also one of the best you can get.
Mionix also make great ergonomic mice if you have large hands.
Anything Zowie. Everything else is flawed or just shit.
Okay, but meh build quality and limited grip styles
Good luck being accurate with a mouse that heavy, and weight adjustment is marketing shit.
Perhaps the one other mice I could recommend would be the Steelseries Rival 300, but it's taken a little downhill turn recently and is quite heavy.
>Corsair Gaming M65 RGB FPS Gaming Mouse, Aircraft-Grade Aluminum
Are there any with spacecraft-grade materials?
I'm thinking on buying the MMO version of this, it looks pretty solid.
This bundle should do me until I can get mechanical, right?
Can't say anything about the keyboard, but I have the Redragon Mammoth mouse and it's the best mouse I've ever owned. I have huge hands and I find it very comfortable. Also I have OCD and constantly rub the sides of my mouse, and it hasn't even begun to show wear. Good quality for the price ($25 on amazon at the time). You can also adjust the weight but I leave it all in because I like it heavy.
Razer Abyssus is cheap as fuck and it doesnt have any bullshit, you dont even need the shitty razer software just plug and play. I had that mouse for about 4-5 years and had no problems with it ever
My Razer DeathAdder that I bought in 2010 lasted me four years too before developing the double click issue.
All the Razer products that I have used after that have had issues left and right. Their quality control has gone down the drain in recent years which is sad because they used to be good. I'm not the only one experiencing this drop in quality.
Can anyone recommend a good mouse for productivity? Specifically something with a fair amount of programmable buttons and decent profile software?
I've had the MMO7 for a while, which I know you all hate cuz it so gaymer, but it was actually awesome for working in CAD/3D software. The middle scroll wheel died on me tho so idk, maybe there is something out there with better build quality.
Truth. I had a Deathadder for 8 years, finally succumbed to the double click issue. Friend bought me an Imperator to replace it, comfy as hell but the left click died within a month, RMA, left click died within a month, again.
Bought an older Deathadder to replace that (2013), lasted about six months before double click issue from hell. Done with Razer, q/a went to shit.
Say what you will but I went back to Logitech with the g502.
theres so many to choose from
that's what I was looking at
I don't like the idea of having buttons on the right side of the mouse, which it doesn't have, and it seems to be functionally similar to the mx518 in button placement
I can highly recommend the Naos 7000 or the Castor. The others have had some issues in the past.
Go for the Naos 7000 if you have large hands and like the ergonomics that come with its shape. Castor if you are looking for a slightly smaller mouse.
the naos 7000 does have two buttons on the right side of the mouse but the placement of them is great and you will never make an accidental input, if you have some questions about the mouse go ahead and ask
Definitely G502. They both have the same sensor but the G502 has way more features than the barebones G303, also the G303 is small and has a really weird shape so your hands may not find it comfortable.
the patriot viper mouse is smooth as fuck. i like the weights too.
What does /g/ think about this thing?
Saw it on amazon and I think I'm about to get it.
Talk me out of it /g/