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Recommend me an A4Tech mouse (Avago ADNS-3060 vs 3080)

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I thought maybe I should take a look at cheaper mice from A4Tech. I always ignored them but I heard some positive things about them lately, and how they're as good as much more expensive "gaming brands".

I'm looking at A4Tech X7 series and there's a lot of models: X-710BH, X-710BK, X-738K, X-748K, X-755BK, and X-760H. Can anyone recommend me one of those? I'm looking for something with side buttons, preferably some rubbery surfaces and suitable for fingertip grip. OK I think all of them have side buttons, but I've literally looked all over for their dimensions to find out if it would fit my hand and can't find them. Even the official site doesn't list their size (but it has some pretty funny Engrish text laugher.gif ):

http://www.x7.cn/en/product.asp?id=45

And another question which may be easier to answer, some of these use Avago ADNS-3060 and others use ADNS-3080, which one is better?
Edited by chadrew - 6/15/11 at 6:53pm

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I'm in the same boat.

Hi btw to the forum. wink.gif Awesome place, got all my infos about mice from here. Very smart people over here.


Anyway, I guess the best choice (at least for me, I'm used to low sens gaming) would be one of the "Anti Vibrate Gaming Mouse" because of their low lift-off distance.
As far as I know they use the ADNS-3060 in the Anti Vibrate mice, which is also used by Zowie in EC1/EC2.

Any help would be appreciated. I'm kinda stuck here.


.... oh well, there's spawn, mico, kana, ec2, too... did I forget one?
Choice is difficult.
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