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post #11 of 22
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OP if you read the link I posted you'll see why you shouldn't get any of the mouses suggested to you so far in this thread.
and your beef with zowie ec is?
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post #12 of 22
The sticky says it has mouse prediction.
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post #13 of 22
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The sticky says it has mouse prediction.
prediction is a preference some people like it and some people dont
post #14 of 22
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prediction is a preference some people like it and some people dont
some people like, but it's better if there is an option to turn it off, isn't?
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post #15 of 22
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After looking at all the mice I once again return to the Naos serires The question is now which one I should get. I have used cloth pads all my life and have yet to use a hard one. Mind you I am going to be using it on a laptop so a flat surface is never a guarantee. Might be an arm of a couch or even a table. With that in mind what mouse pad would be better for me? Stick with what I am use to and get a 3200 or go hard and get a 5000. My concern with the 3200 is that I am use to cheap $10 mice, even at the lowest setting might be a bit much for me to handle out of the box.
Thanks for your help so far guys
post #16 of 22
Naos 3200 EASILY.
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post #17 of 22
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Naos 3200 EASILY.
i wanna try the 3200 too... but i have no money (the valor stole out all my money)
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post #18 of 22
Open a new Newegg account and the Naos 3200 can be yours for $45.

It's what my son did.
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post #19 of 22
Naos 3200 sounds better for your needs.
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post #20 of 22
If your looking for a mouse that would help you in MMOs, then you might want to try the Razer Naga.

Most of my buddies that play WoW and other MMOs use the Razer Naga. So figured I would throw that out there, and its fine for other games as well. But primarily its very useful if your main type of gaming is MMOs. With an MMO your not worried about having a perfect sensor. The ability to have more skills easily accessible is the number 1 thing with an MMO.

Also, Best Buy carries these, so really easy to try one out and return it.
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