Originally Posted by Derp;13633275
Want the best gaming mouse? That's easy, go to newegg or amazon and look for high numbers.
DPI - The more the better!! More performance, More accuracy! If the sensor has acceleration don't worry about people complaining about it, it isn't a problem at all you will get used to it and be even better with it.
Weight - Try to get the heaviest mouse possible (WEIGHT SYSTEMS ARE A PLUS!), sure a mouse is something that you have to move around with your hand and wrist but the extra weight will help you land those headshots. Too heavy? go to the gym wimp.
LED's - These look awesome, the more your mouse has the better it will look and therefore the better you will play with it. Who cares if your hand is covering your mouse the entire time while you eyes are on your monitor, you can still stare at it in between rounds!
Price - Everyone knows that the highest price products are the best. Money spent is directly related to how high your K/D will be.
Mice to consider;
R.A.T 7/9 THIS MOUSE LOOKS AWESOME! fill it up with weights and you have it all, amazing DPI, so much weight your arm will be toned after a week and of course the looks.
Mionix Naos 5000
OR you could buy a good mouse. If the below sounds like complete BS to you then scroll up and get your call of duty on with that advice.
1. Pick a good sensor that can track your movements on multiple surfaces without adding things like acceleration or high amounts of prediction. You should aim for a light mouse with ENOUGH DPI.
2. Find a mouse that uses that sensor in a shape that suits your personal grip.
3. Mice to consider;
CM storm spawn
Mionix Naos 3200
Wow complain much?
DPI is subjective a mouse with DPI adjustments is better than any set DPI mouse any day.
The only thing weight effects is inertia once the mouse is actually moving it's irrelevant, if you can't deal with getting 150grams moving on a surface with a co-efficient of friction in the single digits maybe gaming isn't for you... or anything for that matter because you probably lack hands at that point.
LED lights really bother you huh? You know sometimes people buy a mouse just for the LED lights or sports team printed on them or upside down ones they you use your forefinger or thumbs with, it's called personal preference.
Price? Well let's just say some of us are fortunate enough or have worked hard enough for this to be ignored when it comes to comfort and functionality.
Just based on the sheer numbers of different mice available should be an indicator that no one mouse is right for everyone all we can do is talk to people to get their opinions and your opinion is borderline offensive.
I cannot believe you believe that CoD games and gaming peripherals have anything to do with each other.
I bought a R.A.T 9 you know how many CoD games I have ever owned in 20 years of gaming? 0.
Now stop acting like your name and give some constructive critisim on why you know what mice are better besides people who don't play CoD use them.