What kind of mouse does /g/ use.
I use the Logitech g502
Useful in all sorts of games and comes in very useful when game developing. Saving me whole 0.3 seconds each time.
Cobra E-Blue of course.
razor abyssus 2014 on razor destructor 2 mouse mat
I got one recently as well, I am happy with it but the braid cable locking up is a fucking nuisance, its hard and gets in the way. (inb4 peenus weenus)
They shoud have went for something that doesn't twist and deform. A rubber insulated cable would have been a hundred times better.
My microsoft optical mouse still works nearly a decade after and I've haven't had a single issue with its rubber cable.
G400, since my MX518's scrollwheel finally gave out. Also have a new and sealed G400s ready to go after this one dies. After that I'll probably just kill myself, because Logitech's newer stuff is ugly gaymer trash.
This one has been serving me perfectly for years.
The macro functionality is great, though the engrish in the drivers can be hilarious.
Nothing in terms of shape and design, except the colour. Internally it's a bit different and has a better sensor.
But the G400 was discontinued years ago and replaced with the G400s (the same chassis again), which is also now discontinued. The latest in the line is the G402, but they've abandoned the old design to appeal to 13-year-old retards. Pic related.
The only way to get an MX518/G400/G400s now is to pay the ridiculous prices people ask for them on Amazon Marketplace/eBay/etc.
that macro functionality isnt just great
it effectively puts every other macro system out there to shame and schools them while at it
X748 here been using this piece of crap for 6 years
it just wont die
i love it
I really enjoy this mouse, I've been using it for several months now (2800dpi).
Why the fuck did they ruin it with such a shitty scroll wheel though? Why include the side clicks on the wheel? This fucks me up far more often than it helps.
The MX518 had angle snapping. Also there was an earlier version of the MX518 that had a different sensor that people claimed was better for some reason.
Honestly, though the G402 and G502 are suitable replacements for it
How's the g500s? Looks like it kept the same form factor as the 518/400. My 400 is fine right now but if there's anything the prices of g400s and mx518s have taught me, it's to stock up while you can. (I miss my 518 ;;)
Cheap, extra buttons, tilt wheel and wireless
Mx master got it about 2 weeks ago so far I love it.
>stick a fan on a mouse
another g502 owner here...no weight.
The G500s is a similar shape, but it's bigger. It also has a laser sensor rather than an optical one, which has built-in acceleration that you can't disable. As does this wireles piece of garbage, which uses the exact same sensor (S9808): >>52584766
It's just an inferior mouse at a base level, even with all the fancy extra buttons.
used to use a Corsair M95 but once I started playing CSGO I noticed the hardware acceleration more than in other FPS games. Plus I never used the macro buttons anyways. I don't use the macros on my K95, either. I need to get rid of this thing.