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Originally Posted by kyle7412 View Post


Last time I spent over $30 on a mouse it broke within 6 months. My $20 microsoft mouse though has been around since 2008.
does it allow overclocking of usb rate? does it go above 1m/s (potential buyer question)?
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post #62 of 65
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Originally Posted by Tunagoblin View Post
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....
Heh, I have the MX700(cordless version) and until it's unrepairable, I'm not replacing it(left-click got finnicky so THAT I replaced). I've had mine almost 7 years.
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Originally Posted by BloodyRory View Post


My parents use that mouse lol, that the one with the software that allows you to magnify the screen by pressing the red button on the side?

On topic:

I currently am using a logitech laptop mouse with a usb extension cord because of my lack of money and my addiction to video games and steam sales. I will probably be getting the naga since I love my friend's naga because it will do perfect for me when I start playing TOR and such.
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post #64 of 65
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Originally Posted by EvilAndLazy View Post
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.



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.
Great mouse for MMO's or anything needing a lot of key kinds and that doesn't need precision. Bad mouse for FPS's and other precision games. Depends on what you do ultimately, and as a result it largely comes down to personal preference.

There are a few perfect sensors out there, they come in a few different mice. So really it's between those mice and their shape/handsize/comfort level really.
post #65 of 65
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Originally Posted by doglivehk View Post
Does RAT 3579 let you feel comfortable? Yeah it looks very robotic, but can someone really feel good with it!?
Relatively comfortable (and adjustable) if you're not moving it. It's way too heavy though. You're begging for an RSI using it. The sensor is faulty and there's not really enough buttons for things that need a lot of them. So it's not a good mouse.

My preference doesn't really exist, but I do like the WMO.

In a perfect world I'd have the Abyssus/DA sensor with the LOD fixed in a shell identical to an MS basic mouse (Not WMO, this one has an 800 DPI sensor with prediction and I believe a lower malfunction rate) made out of very thin sheets of carbon fiber with extremely durable and high quality buttons and a lightweight (lightest possible while maintaining reasonable durability, the cord for the Abyssus is pretty good, but I'm sure you could do a bit better with some more investment) cord.
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