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post #1221 of 6287
Hi,
I'm looking for a new good mouse. I hope you'll help me guys smile.gif


1. What's your grip style?
- Palm Grip

2. What's your sensitivity?
- 800dpi - due the limitations of actual mouse. I'm a mid sensitivity player.

3. What's your maximum budget?
- unlimited

4. Do you want additional buttons?
- 2 thumb buttons + dpi switch button (optional)

5. What games do you play?
- CS:GO, BF3, CoD and occasionally games like Skyrim, some RTS.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
- Not really as it's not big.

7. Other relevant information:
additional pros:
- Low LOD because I'm often lifting mouse when looking around in game (but it could be related to the sensitivity of my actual mouse)
- Software which allows to change key functions in windows, games etc.

8. Hard or cloth?
- cloth due its quietness

9. Rough or smooth?
- something in between. I like to have good control.

10. Which size approximately?
- small or mid. I don't have space for big mousepad.

11. What's your maximum budget?
- unlimited
Edited by traju - 8/18/13 at 2:42pm
post #1222 of 6287
Hello Guys I want to change my DA 3.5G because I don't like so much of his grip.
I'm I totally Firgergrip player, so I want a mice that feels comfortable in my hands.

I read a lot of reviews and now I'm in doubt between this two mouses:
Corsair Vengeance M65 and Roccat Savu.

I would like to now, whats of this mouses do you guys think is the best.
I'm almost a exclusively FPS player, so of course the mouse should be good to some headshots.biggrin.gif
post #1223 of 6287
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tynki View Post

Hello Guys I want to change my DA 3.5G because I don't like so much of his grip.
I'm I totally Firgergrip player, so I want a mice that feels comfortable in my hands.

I read a lot of reviews and now I'm in doubt between this two mouses:
Corsair Vengeance M65 and Roccat Savu.

I would like to now, whats of this mouses do you guys think is the best.
I'm almost a exclusively FPS player, so of course the mouse should be good to some headshots.biggrin.gif
The Corsair mouse is an ADNS-9500 or 9800, which both have noticable acceleration built in, so don't get that.

The Savu is a good mouse.

other ones you should consider are:
Zowie AM or FK (somewhat low max tracking speed of ~3 metres per second)
Roccat Kone pure optical
Rat 3 optical
logitech G400 (if you are a masochist tongue.gif)
post #1224 of 6287
Quote:
Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

The Corsair mouse is an ADNS-9500 or 9800, which both have noticable acceleration built in, so don't get that.

The Savu is a good mouse.

other ones you should consider are:
Zowie AM or FK (somewhat low max tracking speed of ~3 metres per second)
Roccat Kone pure optical
Rat 3 optical
logitech G400 (if you are a masochist tongue.gif)

Thank You man.
post #1225 of 6287
1. What's your grip style?
Claw

2. What's your sensitivity?
1800 dpi

3. What's your maximum budget?
For the purposes of this discussion.. No budget

4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 thumb buttons, maybe 2-3 for dpi settings? That's what I'm used to on my G400

5. What games do you play?
WoW

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Yes, I don't want this

7. Other relevant information:
-Sweaty palms
-Hard pad
-Medium-large hands (since I'm Asian, this probably means medium-small to you guys >.>)
-I love the shape on G400, just that it might be a tad on the heavy side?
-Must have an excellent sensor. The G400's optical is a good benchmark for what I'm looking for.
post #1226 of 6287
Hello, I am looking for a new mouse. My crappy wireless gaming mouse is pretty awesome but it is too small for a palm grip and the rubberized thumb rest seems to have melted at 35 degrees and now it's sticky as hell. Gonna go for a refund but now I need a new mouse/

1. What's your grip style?
Palm Grip

2. What's your sensitivity?
~1500 dpi but i'd like to have a max of ~3k for some uses. If not not a huge prob.

3. What's your maximum budget?
100$

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Nah but I don't mind them. Maybe 2 thumb buttons

5. What games do you play?
A lot of stuff from third person shooters to rts's and moba's

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Yes, I don't want this

7. Other relevant information:
No low-quality rubber that gets sticky at high temps tongue.gif
I'm used to the MX rev mouse so I want something highly ergonomic.
I don't really mind about bling quality but I want high build quality.
I'm like my mouse to be a bit on the heavy side so either adjustable weight or a heavy mouse would be good.

Thanks in advance
post #1227 of 6287
I am in the market for a new mouse and keyboard to go along with a new system I am building and looking for some suggestions:

For the mouse I am going to use the guide posted on this forum to narrow down what I am looking for..


1. What's your grip style? Float between finger tip and palm. My hands are decent sized man hands laugher.gif However, I don't think I could palm a basketball. Fingers not long enough to do that.

2. What's your sensitivity? I like pin point accuracy so I would say high. 50% of what I do on my computer is web browsing. 20% is Photoshop picture editing, The remainder is equally divided between gaming (shooter style) and other productivity.

3. What's your maximum budget? I don't have a budget. I want quality components, that are durable, and easily maintained and cleaned. I don't want to buy something that is going to fall apart, wear out, or look like crap after a while (show signs of wear, chip, or have paint flake off).

4. Do you want additional buttons? Standard 2 button with a scroll wheel would be ideal. Extra buttons not required but would be considered cake if they were part of the deal.

5. What games do you play? Battlefield, COD series (all), Madden Football a mouse that would give me an advantage in these games would be a major plus biggrin.gif

6. Do you mind about prediction? I can take it or leave it. If it can be switched on or off that would be a bonus.

7. Other relevant information: Any mouse or keyboard recommendation MUST be wired. If the device was multi colored LED illuminated that would be great but not a deal breaker. I have a preference for trackball mice but if there is something light years better I am open to suggestions. I have had wired Logitech and Microsoft Trackball mice in the past. (Seeing what both are fetching on Amazon and EBAY I wish I had bought a case of them because the return on that investment would have paid for them ten fold). I want quality and I am willing to pay for it.

Keyboard wise... I do a lot of typing. My only real requirement is that it is a wired keyboard and is LED illuminated. Extra keys not important and standard layout with numeric keypad is fine. Again Quality and Durability along with something built to last is what is important. No budget on the keyboard either.

Its also important to note that the Keyboard and Mouse can come from different manufacturers. The brands do not need to match.

Thanks in advance. thumb.gif
post #1228 of 6287
Quote:
Originally Posted by cl4752 View Post

I am in the market for a new mouse and keyboard to go along with a new system I am building and looking for some suggestions:

For the mouse I am going to use the guide posted on this forum to narrow down what I am looking for..


1. What's your grip style? Float between finger tip and palm. My hands are decent sized man hands laugher.gif However, I don't think I could palm a basketball. Fingers not long enough to do that.

2. What's your sensitivity? I like pin point accuracy so I would say high. 50% of what I do on my computer is web browsing. 20% is Photoshop picture editing, The remainder is equally divided between gaming (shooter style) and other productivity.

3. What's your maximum budget? I don't have a budget. I want quality components, that are durable, and easily maintained and cleaned. I don't want to buy something that is going to fall apart, wear out, or look like crap after a while (show signs of wear, chip, or have paint flake off).

4. Do you want additional buttons? Standard 2 button with a scroll wheel would be ideal. Extra buttons not required but would be considered cake if they were part of the deal.

5. What games do you play? Battlefield, COD series (all), Madden Football a mouse that would give me an advantage in these games would be a major plus biggrin.gif

6. Do you mind about prediction? I can take it or leave it. If it can be switched on or off that would be a bonus.

7. Other relevant information: Any mouse or keyboard recommendation MUST be wired. If the device was multi colored LED illuminated that would be great but not a deal breaker. I have a preference for trackball mice but if there is something light years better I am open to suggestions. I have had wired Logitech and Microsoft Trackball mice in the past. (Seeing what both are fetching on Amazon and EBAY I wish I had bought a case of them because the return on that investment would have paid for them ten fold). I want quality and I am willing to pay for it.

Keyboard wise... I do a lot of typing. My only real requirement is that it is a wired keyboard and is LED illuminated. Extra keys not important and standard layout with numeric keypad is fine. Again Quality and Durability along with something built to last is what is important. No budget on the keyboard either.

Its also important to note that the Keyboard and Mouse can come from different manufacturers. The brands do not need to match.

Thanks in advance. thumb.gif

I would say have a look at the Razr Deathadder, Logitech g400, those are generally good well know mice withouth acceleration or prediction.

But may I ask what dpi settings you prefer, and if you like ergonomic shape mice more then ambidextrous.
And what mice did u use before what did you like about them or dislike.
post #1229 of 6287
Quote:
Originally Posted by CtrlAltel1te View Post

I would say have a look at the Razr Deathadder, Logitech g400, those are generally good well know mice withouth acceleration or prediction.

But may I ask what dpi settings you prefer, and if you like ergonomic shape mice more then ambidextrous.
And what mice did u use before what did you like about them or dislike.


Ok... I am huge fan of the MS Trackball (which I am currently using) and the Logitech Trackball. I have a preference for the MS Trackball over the Logitech because the size is slightly bigger and the trackball falls more in line with the natural placement of my thumb. The scroll wheel is perfectly aligned with my middle finger. What do I like about these two trackball mice? I do not constantly have to move them around on a mouse pad or on my desk surface. It stays in one place and my thumb does all the moving. If it ever acts up I pop the trackball out, vacuum out the lint, and wipe it down with some windex... It works like brand new. Ambidextrous use is not a concern I am right handed and only use my right hand with a mouse. As far as the DPI... I have no clue what my MS Trackball is. Whatever it is... It works for me.

I am not opposed to a non trackball mouse as long as it has good precision and I can cover my screen without having to move the mouse a lot drag or constantly lifting and repositioning.

Thanks for your reply.
Edited by cl4752 - 8/21/13 at 8:28pm
post #1230 of 6287
1. What's your grip style? Mainly fingertip grip.

2. What's your sensitivity? Around 900

3. What's your maximum budget? $100

4. Do you want additional buttons? Must have the Forward and Backward button (At least those too, I can't browse without it now! Lol)

5. What games do you play? Mainly FPS (CS:S, BF3, Payday 2, etc.) Some RTS, Sims 3, and many more.

6. Do you mind about prediction? Don't mind, if it works "perfectly".

7. Other relevant information: Preferred a WIRED, but I don't mind switching/trying WIRELESS. I do like a lot of the features to the G500, but I wanna try something else similar to it. It would be a plus, if I can change the lighting on the mouse also!

Thanks!
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