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Edited by HAGGARD - 4/11/14 at 4:08pm
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1. What's your grip style?

I liked the MX series. Used it for years.

2. What's your sensitivity?

I used the MX series with no drivers and 400 dpi for years. I never overclocked my usb so i assume I was at 125hz as well.

3. What's your maximum budget?

I don't really care.

4. Do you want additional buttons?

At least a side button on the thumb would be nice. I use that to walk.

5. What games do you play?

Counter-Strike 1.6/Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

6. Do you mind about prediction?

I'd like a mouse with similar prediction to the MX series, probably the 518 since i used that the longest.

7. Other relevant information:

I used the MX series for years of 1.6, and had great success as a top NA player at one point. I stopped playing VGs for many years and came back with a DA 3.5G. Something about this mouse doesn't suite me. I'd like to experiment with some other mice.

Was looking at the G400 and G400s but was told those have no prediction anymore. Still might try it out. If it does have no prediction I'd also like to try a mouse that might have similar prediction as my old MX series would have had.
post #1083 of 6214
@ negativory: I'd recommend you go with the G400. It would be the natural transition from using a MX. You could look for models batched PID LZ13333 or prior, those have prediction. There's also a firmware update if you for some reason wanted to get rid of it afterwards. The mouse is also recommended by a variety of FPS players (esp. CS). You maybe want to get a mouse bungee to go with that though, as some people at least for the first few months after its release complained about the wire quality.
post #1084 of 6214
1. What's your grip style?
Fingertip. Rare, I know.
2. What's your sensitivity?
Don't know exactly. But if this helps: My screen resolution is 1366x768, my mouse is a 1000 dpi mouse, and my mouse sensitivity in Control Panel is maxed out.
3. What's your maximum budget?
I'd like to spend as little as possible, but 100$ for a good quality mouse. 150$ if the mouse is REALLY worth it.
4. Do you want additional buttons?
I expect the standard left and right click. I must have a scroll wheel as well (no touch scroll!!), that obviously clicks. Those are my needs. Other than that, it'd be nice to have a well-placed forward and back page for web browsers, and other than that, it'd be nice to have plenty of buttons as long as they look aesthetically pleasing. A design like the Naga is aesthetically pleasing to me.
5. What games do you play?
Mainly FPS and racing, with a good amount of strategy and MMORPG. Seldom amount of RTS.
6. Do you mind about prediction?
I don't know what this is, sorry.
7. Other relevant information:
- It must be wireless, as this will be for a laptop. Also, it must be USB wireless, no wifi or bluetooth please.
- Nano tranciever strongly preferred. I cant have a giant dongle sticking out of my laptop.
- LEDs would be nice... I'm not usually a flashy guy, but I believe mouses can look really nice with em.
- MUST be VERY durable! This will be my main and only mouse, it will be used for my laptop that will be lugged around. I wont go out of my way to treat the mouse badly, but it'll probably be dropped sometimes and it will have to be up to the task and last long.
- Rechargeable would be cool!
- Long battery life to go along with that would be cool too!
- I guess a battery indicator would be nice too.

If this is relevant, I have medium size hands.

Thanks! smile.gif
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post #1085 of 6214
you dont need a mouse bungy fopr that. the cable simply needs to be "loose" at all times. it must not drag against resistance.
so just take enough of the cable to move the mosue freely and secure that with your keyboard or something.
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1. What's your grip style?
Prefer palm grip, but i can adjust to anything.

2. What's your sensitivity?
Does not matter. As long as it is not too low like 400DPI.

3. What's your maximum budget?
Does not have one.

4. Do you want additional buttons?
The forward and backward button on where your right thumb is like on the Deathadder.

5. What games do you play?
League of Legends, and some FPS.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Yes, i want a mouse with a flawless sensor.

7. Other relevant information:
I prefer heavy mouses, with aluminum buttons. However, it is not a deal breaker if the mouse is all plastic or not heavy, i mainly care about the sensor.
post #1087 of 6214
Hi guys, been stalking the forums for a while (helped a lot with my last PC build, and reviews are awesome thumb.gif ).
Now I need a new mouse, I'm using a crappy Logitech m185 (because it was free!) and am wanting a gaming upgrade.

1. What's your grip style?
Fingertip

2. What's your sensitivity?
preferably around 1800-2000, but adjustable to 800 would be nice

3. What's your maximum budget?
Unimportant

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Preferably but can live without

5. What games do you play?
League of Legends, COD, WoW

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Yes

7. Other relevant information:
Input anything else you want. I prefer a smaller mouse (I have average sized hands but I just like a smaller mouse/not touching the palm). Hand length from middle finger to wrist is 20cm/7.87in. Using a steelseries QcK mouse mat so optical sensor/cloth compatibility is a must. Also I live in New Zealand, so CM Storm and zowie are out, unless some one can supply a website that will ship quickly/cheaply.

Probably going to end up with the Roccat Pyra or Razer Abyssus, even though I had my eye set on the CM Storm Spawn (shipping costs and times are ridiculous!)

Cheers!
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1. What's your grip style? Palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
Low
3. What's your maximum budget?
$50-$60
4. Do you want additional buttons?
Minimum of 5
5. What games do you play?
FPS, MMORPG, light RTS
6. Do you mind about prediction?
I would prefer no prediction
7. Other relevant information:
I would prefer a rubberized finish, not a fan of gloss finishes.

I have been looking at the Roccat Savu, im not sure if this is the best option in this price range. I will be purchasing exclusively from Newegg. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Mattb2e View Post

I have been looking at the Roccat Savu, im not sure if this is the best option in this price range. I will be purchasing exclusively from Newegg. Thanks!

The only reason not to buy the Savu is if you don't like the shape. I for example don't like the thumb mold and the high side-button placement. Otherwise it's an excellent mouse. So, if you can't stand the Savu's shape, consider waiting for the Kone Pure Optical, or get a G400 if you have big hands.
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Originally Posted by janaso View Post

The only reason not to buy the Savu is if you don't like the shape. I for example don't like the thumb mold and the high side-button placement. Otherwise it's an excellent mouse. So, if you can't stand the Savu's shape, consider waiting for the Kone Pure Optical, or get a G400 if you have big hands.

The hardest part is that I am basing my perception of how the mouse will fit my hand based on user reviews and photos. From what I can tell it will fit me better than the G400, which is one of the reasons I was looking more at the Savu. I do not have big hands, more like a medium, and I do prefer to have a thumb rest as I use a palm grip.

Right now im using a Logitech M510, so Im thinking that the Savu should be as comfortable, or more so.

Thank you for your input.
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