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Looking for a decent wireless gaming mouse for a laptop.. I do prefer it to be a standard sized mouse, despite being for a laptop (I want the RF adapter to be micro). No bluetooth mice, and if the mouse can track on multiple types of surfaces, the better, because it is a laptop, and will be on multiple types of surfaces (makes sense, no?).

So, preferrably it can go to around 1800-2000DPI, that is the settings I prefer to game at, any higher isn't as necessary (currently using a DeathAdder on desktop, and G500 on the laptop, so this mouse will be replacing the G500).
     
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Logitech G7. Standard size USB Dongle though. Just got mine today from another member here and I am not disappointed!
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well there's pretty much only 1 gaming mouse out there that has a micro receiver, and that is a full size mouse, and that's the Logitech G700

now if you don't need a "gaming" mouse then the logitech performance MX its full size, has a unifying reviver so u can add other items to the same receiver, and is darkfield so it tracks even on a glass table

i mean there are others obviously, but those 2 are the logitech flagship models i think.......


anyway if you find something better lemme know. i just got my Roccat pyra. it has a reciever and its by far the best mouse i have ever had, the battery life is kinda bad, BUT its a small mouse not a full size, but my wife wants a good wireless full size as well LOL


and i believe the g7 as mentioned above has a wireless hub that charges the batteries (which may suck if your out and cant use AA or AAA) instead of a mini dongle thing, from what i have seen in pics of it
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G700 would be a good mouse but as far as tracking "on multiple types of surfaces" its going to give you inconsistant positive acceleration. Its also got a weird bug where it doesnt read slow movements correctly in wireless mode.

Since you already have the DA the Mamba might be a good choice. That is, if you dont pick your mouse up and reposition alot cause it suffers from the z-axis bug.

Ultimately your crippling your options by wanting a wireless mouse cause they all have significant flaws.
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Originally Posted by highnice;13663107 
I'm not so familiar with mouse. But u might try this Razer Mamba Wireless Gaming Laser Mouse. Might be the way to go. Hope u find the best bet.

razer mamba does not have a micro usb receiver, (which he stated he wants) it has a corded recharger/receiver dock, and cant be used without it, so would be useless to someone who uses say a laptop on his lap at the park etc.......
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Originally Posted by highnice;13663107 
I'm not so familiar with mouse. But u might try this Razer Mamba Wireless Gaming Laser Mouse. Might be the way to go. Hope u find the best bet.

Nice ty. biggrin.gif I am looking for a new mouse too. When I am gaming my current one gets stuck and I can't do nothing. I actually don't even bother gaming right now because of my mouse.. -_-

Does anyone have a URL of a specific mouse they could suggest to me. This for just sitting at a table gaming
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Roccat Pyra Wireless has a micro receiver that can be stored at the bottom of the mouse.

http://www.roccat.org/Products/Gaming-Mice/ROCCAT-Pyra-Wireless/

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To all those who suggested the Razer Mamba, here is the mice I have been through in terms of gaming, in the proper order.

G5 > Mamba > G500 > Mamba > DeathAdder

I definitely like the Performance mouse by Logitech, my only concern for it though is the DPI. Would anyone happen to know the max DPI of the mouse?

EDIT: NVM, found out that it supports up to 1500 DPI. I think I will just with that mouse, as it seems to exactly what I am looking for. smile.gif
Edited by xxicrimsonixx - 5/28/11 at 1:53pm
     
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Quote:
Originally Posted by EarlZ;13663322 
Roccat Pyra Wireless has a micro receiver that can be stored at the bottom of the mouse.

http://www.roccat.org/Products/Gaming-Mice/ROCCAT-Pyra-Wireless/

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i have that mouse, just got it. he did say he preferred a standard size mouse, the Pyra is not its a small small mouse..........
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