Originally Posted by Pirius
1. What's your grip style?
It changes. Most of the time I use a fingertip grip but when I play twitch shooter I often move my hand up into a quasi claw grip.
2. What's your sensitivity?
Pretty low, usually between 1600-2400
3. What's your maximum budget?
Don't really have one
4. Do you want additional buttons?
Forward, back other then that I don't really care. A couple would be nice for mmos but not if they are clunky/ in the way (Naga)
5. What games do you play?
6. Do you mind about prediction?
I'd prefer no prediction.
7. Other relevant information:
A couple of things:
I play a couple of games that require incredibly fast, incredibly accurate clicking. I run a metronome in the background to help and on average I am doing a 2 click combo at 208 bpm. My last mouse was a Naos 3200 and in the past couple of months the left and right click have been getting progressively worse, sometimes double clicking when I single click, sometimes not holding a click down, and sometimes just not clicking at all. I was wondering if all mice will degrade like this or if there are mice with high quality switches that can take this kind of punishment.
LOD doesn't matter to me, I rarely lift the mouse off the keyboard, and when I do I raise it pretty high.
At the same time that I grab this mouse I also want to get a new mousepad, and was hoping to get a plastic one instead of cloth for the ease of cleaning and the overall slipperiness of it. Is mousepad texture 100% up to me, or do some sensors work better on cloth vs plastic? If the mouse you recommend will work on plastic could you also throw in a recommendation as to the best plastic mousepads out there?