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After using lazer for some more so the avago 9500 ive decided that lazer is not for me in this current generation.

Im going back to optical but im unsure as to which optical mouse to get.

I dont like the deathadder shape more so the glossy sides. I cannot afford a BE either.

For the last few years everyone raves about the M518.

The naos looks very good also.

Its down to one of these mice i will be getting.

What is difference between the sensors?
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The MX518 is discontinued. The G400 is the replacement.

http://www.logitech.com/en-us/gaming...ing-mouse-g400
    
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Originally Posted by Epitope View Post
The MX518 is discontinued. The G400 is the replacement.

http://www.logitech.com/en-us/gaming...ing-mouse-g400
Doesn't meant that he can't get a 518. It's not hard to find them online.
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What sensor does the G400 use? and is it heavier?
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Why not the Naos 3200 it seems pretty nice?
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Same sensor, a tiny bit heavier from what I've heard. Otherwise same mouse but with a higher DPS option. Mionix 3200 is also a pretty decent choice. I think it's just up to which mouse feels better.
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so the g400 is a waste of money over the mx518 then. I may just get the mx518.
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I love my mx518
    
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Same sensor, a tiny bit heavier from what I've heard. Otherwise same mouse but with a higher DPS option. Mionix 3200 is also a pretty decent choice. I think it's just up to which mouse feels better.
No.
the Mx518/G400 both have the ADNS-3080 sensor that own to logitech and technically better than ADNS-3060 found in the Naos 3200.

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so the g400 is a waste of money over the mx518 then. I may just get the mx518.
Not really - The g400 have 1000hz pulling rate stock, and the top of the mouse is not glossy like the mx518, the side seems the same, also the senosr offer more cpi value for choosing on-the-fly.
also, the mx518 is not more beign making anymore, so if your lock on it you should try Ebay.
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I can buy the mx518 from a shop in the uk which still has stock.

I cannot afford the G400 and the sound of extra weight is a no no.
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