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Which is the best mice in the world?

post #1 of 65
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If you have unlimited of money, and then you want to use the best mice in the world, which mice would be your choice?

This is a serious question, please answer with details because your answer would affect thousands of human like me making the right choice of mice which we use for years.biggrin.gif
post #2 of 65
The one that fits you best, ergonomically and sensor wise.
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post #3 of 65
2shell pretty much summed it up.

Any claims of a best or perfect mouse are sheer preferences.
post #4 of 65
I'm still using my Logitech MX500 which I bought in 2003.
IMO the best and the most durable mice ever created.
Only thing is there is no utility software to work on Win7...
Also I just ordered Steelseries Sensei. Hopefully it'll beat MX500.
Sensei is the only mice that got me interested since MX500.
Past 8 years, no other mice I used that I liked or lasted this long....
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post #5 of 65
CST trackball mouse.
nothing else is as precise.
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post #6 of 65
I'd have to go with my current mouse, the Razer Naga MMO.

-On the fly sensitivity adjustment from 100 - 5600 DPI.
-14 programmable buttons not counting left, right and middle buttons.
-Unlimited number of button profiles which can be set to activate automatically depending on which program is active.
-Braided cord w/gold plated USB connector, and wireless version available.
-looks awesome, unless you hate blue. You can either disable the LEDs or order a red version.

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A lot of posts in this thread are going to be based mostly on personal preference, but I think this mouse has features that genuinely make it superior to anything on the market today as far as 'all around best mouse ever made' goes.
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post #7 of 65
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by EvilAndLazy;15204935 
I'd have to go with my current mouse, the Razer Naga MMO.

-On the fly sensitivity adjustment from 100 - 5600 DPI.
-14 programmable buttons not counting left, right and middle buttons.
-Unlimited number of button profiles which can be set to activate automatically depending on which program is active.
-Braided cord w/gold plated USB connector, and wireless version available.
-looks awesome, unless you hate blue. You can either disable the LEDs or order a red version.

index.jpg

A lot of posts in this thread are going to be based mostly on personal preference, but I think this mouse has features that genuinely make it superior to anything on the market today as far as 'all around best mouse ever made' goes.

I always wonder how people press the number keys when they cannot see it, and how would this be comfortable.
post #8 of 65
Quote:
Originally Posted by doglivehk;15207201 
I always wonder how people press the number keys when they cannot see it, and how would this be comfortable.

The same way people type without looking at the keyboard.
post #9 of 65
There is no best mice for me, because I use Trackball instead.

Currently I'm using Logitech M570 and I love it. No more arm movements when all you need to do is use your thumb to move the cursor.
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post #10 of 65
Best is a matter of preference.
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