post your motherfucking mouse, anon.
>still using cables
>still using meme usb dongles
It's 2016 already.
Microsoft Bluetooth Mouse 5000 master race reporting in.
trust gxt 25
It's cool I guess, I had one before and bought another when the mouse wheel broke, it lasted about 1 year and a half of careless using
Ducky Secret. Go ahead and tell me how much of a faggot I am for setting the lighting to purple.
There really isn't any input lag anymore. However I can't seem to find a good wireless mouse with programmable keys.
The logitech G700s is meh. I wish the G502 came in a wireless version.
Cable >> wirelles.
wirelles more wheith on mouse. and worst data transfer.
wirelles only worh for TV.
Not even. Look at this clusterfuck of side buttons. This isn't usable.
quite literally master race reporting in
Wireless is literally better these days. Every wired mouse I've ever owned eventually was ruined because the cheap chink shit cables would wear out. Wireless is better for that reason alone.
>G400s was on sale for $26
>previously used crummy chink mouse because poorfag but finally manage to find a gaymen mouse
>play a lot of osu! but the shape and design of it makes jumps nearly impossible
>Let's see...I'll sell off the G400s and purchase an ambidextrous gaymen mouse on Amazon for under $40 or so
>Zowie FK series $70
>CM Recon out of stock
>Microsoft WMO 1.1a used before and liked, but probably flooded with chink knock-offs online
>Apparently Steelseries has shitty laser sensors with horribly accuracy
>Razer shit breaks within a year and is expensive as fuck
Fucking hell. What's a decent, modern mouse similar to the WMO 1.1a that isn't 40+ dollars?
Mionix Castor. It's pretty great. I love the shape, my only criticism of it is that the rubber coating on the thumb area gets slippery with any moisture or oil from your thumb. I find myself wiping my thumb off often to keep it dry.
I like my Scimmy, pretty comfy.
>Side buttons well textured and easy to use
>Cool lights for useful stuff, really I swear
-Corsair utility engine
-Side buttons on bottom row are a bit low, slightly uncomfy to reach
-Sometimes mouse wheel scrolls with the force of a billion suns
-Dpi level indicator light next to side buttons is powered by the force of a billion suns
More pros/cons than that, but those are the most notable. All in all, I like it.
A Wireless Gateway mouse. Saved me from buying a gaming mouse. All I had to do was paint it. Money going towards a new monitor.
Using pic related. Works just fine, but it's covered with grease, lotion, and baby batter, and the coating is fucked up.
Which mouse should I get?
Considering a G502, Rival 300, Zowie FK1, and Rival 700 when it's out.
I'm willing to spend $100+ because I just got my first job and want to make an extravagant nigga purchase.
>R.A.T. Pro X
That's a little too niggy for me, and I don't want my mouse to look like a transformer. Why is it so fucking expensive?
Yeah I'm willing to bet that most of the people here who've experienced input lag with a wireless mouse was either using an ancient piece of shit, or they kept the USB receiver too far away from the mouse. I keep mine connected to a USB hub less than 4 feet away from my mouse. If I connect it to a rear USB port on my PC, I get massive lag/stutter.
I hate dealing with mouse cords so much. It feels like a big step backwards.
The Rival 700 just seems too heavy to comfortably use to me, because of all the stuff that's crammed in there. I mean, do you really need a screen in front of your thumb and a vibrate function..?
That's true. It's more about it having the detachable cable and sensor for me. I'm all about the detachable cable these days because I've had cables snap on my last wired mouse and headphones.
Give the Asus ROG Gladius a look, then. Uses the same sensor as the Deathadder, as well as a similar shape, and has swappable switches for both clicks. It's just kinda stupid that you have to remove the mouse feet to get to the screws you need to remove in order to open the thing up, if you want to swap the switches out.
Zowie FK2. Took a while to get used to after using a shitty wireless Logitech all my life, also I had to get a pad because my desktop is uneven as fuck and the LOD is really small. However, it's fucking amazing and I wouldn't trade it for anything else.
Razer abyssuss 2014. Had no single problem so far since purchase.
Pic related, my peripherals.
My cat recently attacked my g9 . . .
>tfw my cat killed my favorite mouse.
Can somebody who owns a g502 tell me if there's any pinky and ring finger support? Currently have a shitty 15 dollar mouse that doesn't even have drivers and I have my eyes on the g502, especially for battlefield 4. However I hate having my pinky and ring fingers just hanging off.
Bought it for muh vidya, stopped playing vidya, now I program the keys to do annoying shit that I can't be bothered to do the long way. Instead of ctrl+shift+p I just hit G17
Owning it for 4 years now. Should get new batteries for it for it to last longer while without cable. Also should clean keyboard within the next few days.
>hating on wired mice
>playing Dota with friend who uses a wireless, his mouse keeps dying so he gets dunkied while I tp for delicious farm
>wired mice gets you mad gpm
Pic related, fucking comfy as fuck and cheap. Owned this one for about 2 years now, no problems.
I've enjoyed this far, realistically though only 4 of the 6 buttons on the side are useable, possible the other two with a little bit of muscle memory time