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post #1321 of 6214
1. What's your grip style?
Palm exclusively, right-handed

2. What's your sensitivity?
Depends on game/desktop use but typically anywhere from 1000-4000 dpi

3. What's your maximum budget?
Up to $85 but perhaps would go to $100 for something "exceptional"

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Back & forward, middle mouse, up/down dpi -> around 8 buttons is fine

5. What games do you play?
FPS and single player RPG (TES series)

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Would like the option to disable it or at least adjust it

7. Other relevant information:
My most important concern is whether the mouse is *comfortable* for my 7" hands, not whether it has the latest/greatest laser or optics. I find mice with a tall height are painful for me to use in long sessions. As a point of reference, I can place my thumb squarely on "back" button on of either the M65 or G5 (my current mouse) but can't reach the forward or sniper button unless physically changing my hand position where it's uncomfortable. At least with the G5 I can use my index finger to reach "down" and press the forward button.

My G5 has the connect/re-connect issue and also accelerates at random in Firefox, Steam and at other times spontaneously. So if the current Logitech Gaming/Setpoint software still has this issue then I want to stay away from Logitech. . I tried the M65--great build quality but don't for Corsair's software as it's very cumbersome and poorly designed imho (what, no Apply button??!!).

I prefer a glossy finish like the Corsair M65 as my old MX500 & G5 coatings rubbed off leaving a tacky surface, but this is simply a preference and not a deal breaker for me. For lighting I prefer blue LEDs.

Finally, for desktop use I typically like to set up a profile to use the dpi buttons as scroll up/down. I really like Logitech's implemetation of this feature where the scrolling is continuous (by holding down the button) rather than toggled as with the M65.

These are my current considerations.

Logitech G500
Razer DeathAdder or DA 2013
Steelseries Ikari
CM Storm Recon/Sentinel/Xornet


Thanks for all your feedback!! thumb.gif
post #1322 of 6214
Quote:
Originally Posted by NLight95 View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Palm exclusively, right-handed

2. What's your sensitivity?
Depends on game/desktop use but typically anywhere from 1000-4000 dpi

3. What's your maximum budget?
Up to $85 but perhaps would go to $100 for something "exceptional"

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Back & forward, middle mouse, up/down dpi -> around 8 buttons is fine

5. What games do you play?
FPS and single player RPG (TES series)

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Would like the option to disable it or at least adjust it

7. Other relevant information:
My most important concern is whether the mouse is *comfortable* for my 7" hands, not whether it has the latest/greatest laser or optics. I find mice with a tall height are painful for me to use in long sessions. As a point of reference, I can place my thumb squarely on "back" button on of either the M65 or G5 (my current mouse) but can't reach the forward or sniper button unless physically changing my hand position where it's uncomfortable. At least with the G5 I can use my index finger to reach "down" and press the forward button.

My G5 has the connect/re-connect issue and also accelerates at random in Firefox, Steam and at other times spontaneously. So if the current Logitech Gaming/Setpoint software still has this issue then I want to stay away from Logitech. . I tried the M65--great build quality but don't for Corsair's software as it's very cumbersome and poorly designed imho (what, no Apply button??!!).

I prefer a glossy finish like the Corsair M65 as my old MX500 & G5 coatings rubbed off leaving a tacky surface, but this is simply a preference and not a deal breaker for me. For lighting I prefer blue LEDs.

Finally, for desktop use I typically like to set up a profile to use the dpi buttons as scroll up/down. I really like Logitech's implemetation of this feature where the scrolling is continuous (by holding down the button) rather than toggled as with the M65.

These are my current considerations.

Logitech G500
Razer DeathAdder or DA 2013
Steelseries Ikari
CM Storm Recon/Sentinel/Xornet


Thanks for all your feedback!! thumb.gif
Wait for the Logitech G602 to come out, seems right up your ally. Either that or the G700 when its on sale. thumb.gif

*EDIT*
Also Logitech's G software has gotten a massive improvement as of recent. Ive never had a single problem with it and my G700 over a 2 month period.
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post #1323 of 6214
NLight95, I would get the Recon after the DeathAdder 2013; you might not mind the algorithm of the DeathAdder 2013 if you use 4,000 C.P.I.
post #1324 of 6214
what is the cheapest you could go with a mouse and still have it decent.?
post #1325 of 6214
1. What's your grip style?
Palm grip
2. What's your sensitivity?
500 dpi
3. What's your maximum budget?
100$
4. Do you want additional buttons?
Yes, side buttons
5. What games do you play?
BF3, Single player shooters and hope to start playing starcraft and LoL
6. Do you mind about prediction?
I don't like prediction.
7. Other relevant information:
Input anything else you want.
Low LOD, light, wired and small to medium size compared to average adult male hand. The deathadder fits like a glove in my hands but I prefer something smaller.
post #1326 of 6214
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Originally Posted by Formel View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Palm grip
2. What's your sensitivity?
500 dpi
3. What's your maximum budget?
100$
4. Do you want additional buttons?
Yes, side buttons
5. What games do you play?
BF3, Single player shooters and hope to start playing starcraft and LoL
6. Do you mind about prediction?
I don't like prediction.
7. Other relevant information:
Input anything else you want.
Low LOD, light, wired and small to medium size compared to average adult male hand. The deathadder fits like a glove in my hands but I prefer something smaller.
For a smaller, lighter Deathadder with lower LOD and side buttons, try the Zowie EC2 Evo.
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post #1327 of 6214
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Originally Posted by DuckySchmucky View Post

what is the cheapest you could go with a mouse and still have it decent.?

That depends how little you can find a G400 for smile.gif
post #1328 of 6214
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Originally Posted by cuad View Post

For a smaller, lighter Deathadder with lower LOD and side buttons, try the Zowie EC2 Evo.
Be aware that that mouse can only do 450, 1150 and 2300 DPI steps. There's also a max tracking speed of about 3 metres per second, above which, the cursor will fly around the screen.

Also the clicks on that mouse are a lot harder than on the deathadder.
post #1329 of 6214
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

Be aware that that mouse can only do 450, 1150 and 2300 DPI steps. There's also a max tracking speed of about 3 metres per second, above which, the cursor will fly around the screen.

Also the clicks on that mouse are a lot harder than on the deathadder.
Interesting, where can I find more information like tracking speed or something else?
post #1330 of 6214
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Originally Posted by Formel View Post

Interesting, where can I find more information like tracking speed or something else?
Esreality does some tests. Other than that, all I know to look at is people who are willing to post the results of Enotus mouse test. I got that value based on running Enotus; it seems fairly accurate.
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