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1. What's your grip style?
Fingertip mostly, but since i use a bigger mouse(mx518) at the moment combined with how I have kind of smaller hands, it's a bit of a mix between palm and fingertip.
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2. What's your sensitivity?
I don't go over 1600dpi with my mx518.
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3. What's your maximum budget?
Probably $90, but hopefully a more comfortable budget of around $50-70.
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4. Do you want additional buttons?
At least 2 on the side, so the same or more than my current mx518.
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5. What games do you play?
A little bit of everything, FPS, RTS, TBS, action RPGs.
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6. Do you mind about prediction?
Yea, but not as much as input lag.
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7. Other relevant information:

hand length 17.5cm (from tip of middle finger to wrist)
hand width 8.5cm

I'd prefer a small or medium sized mouse, laser or optical doesn't matter too much to me, I want something that is durable like my mx518, which is on its last leg after 4 years of hard use.

I was thinking about the corsair m95, since it's on sale right now for $70 before a $15 rebate.
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1. What's your grip style?
Well, back when I had a Steelseries Ikari, I'm pretty sure I used a palm grip, but I went on to get a Razer Abyssus, and now a Razer Naga, and they are too small to really use a palm grip on for me. I've gotten quite used to using a claw grip, but I think I would prefer a palm grip.

2. What's your sensitivity?
I've been using 1800 DPI for years, so a super high DPI is not a requirement.

3. What's your maximum budget?
No max bugdet, but I don't want to spend a fortune on it either.

4. Do you want additional buttons?
No really neccesary, I've been using my Razer Naga for years now, and never really used the buttons on the side,

5. What games do you play?
MMO's, RPG's, some RTS, and very rarely FPS games.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Don't think I've ever had a mouse with it, so I would prefer without.

7. Other relevant information:
Has to be wired of course. I've been looking at the Razer Deathadder 2013, but I'm not sure if it's a good fit for me, the only other one I have really considered is the Steelseries Rival.
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1. What's your grip style?
Well, back when I had a Steelseries Ikari, I'm pretty sure I used a palm grip, but I went on to get a Razer Abyssus, and now a Razer Naga, and they are too small to really use a palm grip on for me. I've gotten quite used to using a claw grip, but I think I would prefer a palm grip.

2. What's your sensitivity?
I've been using 1800 DPI for years, so a super high DPI is not a requirement.

3. What's your maximum budget?
No max bugdet, but I don't want to spend a fortune on it either.

4. Do you want additional buttons?
No really neccesary, I've been using my Razer Naga for years now, and never really used the buttons on the side,

5. What games do you play?
MMO's, RPG's, some RTS, and very rarely FPS games.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Don't think I've ever had a mouse with it, so I would prefer without.

7. Other relevant information:
Has to be wired of course. I've been looking at the Razer Deathadder 2013, but I'm not sure if it's a good fit for me, the only other one I have really considered is the Steelseries Rival.
Take a look at the Logitech G602. Yes it is wireless but it runs at 500hz so input lag isn't really a problem. Its got a nice optical sensor, palm grip, easy to use buttons. Its seriously my favourite mouse to date.
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1. What's your grip style? Fingertip

2. What's your sensitivity? Less than 1000 DPI

3. What's your maximum budget? Unlimited

4. Do you want additional buttons? Not a requirement, but appreciated.

5. What games do you play? DOTA, SC2, MMORPG's (No FPS)

6. Do you mind about prediction? If it affects the games I play negatively, then yes.

7. Other relevant information: BUILD QUALITY is a priority as is sensor quality. As I said, unlimited budget, but preferably a fingertrip grip. Palming is too weird for me oO

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1. What's your grip style? Fingertip

2. What's your sensitivity? Less than 1000 DPI

3. What's your maximum budget? Unlimited

4. Do you want additional buttons? Not a requirement, but appreciated.

5. What games do you play? DOTA, SC2, MMORPG's (No FPS)

6. Do you mind about prediction? If it affects the games I play negatively, then yes.

7. Other relevant information: BUILD QUALITY is a priority as is sensor quality. As I said, unlimited budget, but preferably a fingertrip grip. Palming is too weird for me oO

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Razer Diamondback. I have one still going to this day. Fantastic fingertip grip mouse.
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Take a look at the Logitech G602. Yes it is wireless but it runs at 500hz so input lag isn't really a problem. Its got a nice optical sensor, palm grip, easy to use buttons. Its seriously my favourite mouse to date.

Not what I'm looking for at all, I want a wired mouse, and the buttons on the side are not neccesary for me.
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Not what I'm looking for at all, I want a wired mouse, and the buttons on the side are not neccesary for me.
Why is wired a requirement for you?
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Why is wired a requirement for you?

I don't see why I would have to explain but okay, wired is generally better, and I don't want to have to charge it or change batteries, wired just makes it so much easier.
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Hello All,

I've been using Logitech mice for years, mainly because of their free spinning wheel feature, it's super useful for lengthy pages/documents/anything, but their rubber sides pick up gunk and dissolve from my sweat (my hands sweat a bit) so fast that after a year or two they just become too flaky for cleaning. The metallic bits get corroded pretty bad as well, it's just a pain in the butt.

So I started looking for mice without all that fancy rubber/metallic stuff, just plain plastic. But I'm having trouble finding anything that has a free spinning wheel. I even picked up a Zowie EC1 evo in hopes of getting used to notched scrolling but it just won't cut it, I need my free spinning wheel dagnabbit! redface.gif

Looking for:

A) Free spinning wheel or similar mechanism for flying through content
B) Plastic. No rubber bits.

Much gratitude for anyone with a suggestion/recommendation

Sorry for the separate post! Should've noticed this thread. Moving it here.

1. What's your grip style?
Palm grip

2. What's your sensitivity?
About medium

3. What's your maximum budget?
Would be great if I could keep it below 100

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Zero is preferred

5. What games do you play?
FPS LoL but only casually

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Don't care much for it

7. Other relevant information:
Minimal design would be preferred (ie decals/graphics LEDs) Also wired

Cheers,
Walt
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I don't see why I would have to explain but okay, wired is generally better, and I don't want to have to charge it or change batteries, wired just makes it so much easier.
Ok so your saying that wired is generally better probably because of polling rate and DPI. So the G602 has a polling rate of 500hz, most wired mice are at about 750, some at 1000+, you will not see a noticable difference from 500hz to 750hz, most people can't see the actual difference (I can but thats a different story). DPI is no big deal for you as you only want 1800DPI, the mouse caps at 2500DPI.
As for batteries, I haven't even used an 1/8th battery life and I've used mine for roughly 60 hours. They say that two duracell batteries will make the mouse last for 250 hours, I can totally believe that. And thats in 500hz mode, for desktop use, flick the switch, lowers the polling rate to 250hz. In power saver mode you can get battery life of an estimated 1440 hours. So battery life isnt really an issue. Sure you have to change the batteries once a month if you leave it on gaming mode, OH NO! Thats going to be so much extra money.
As for easier, I dont know about you, but the wire on my MMO 7 gets caught on everything.

Realistically, this is the only wireless mouse I would ever recommend for gaming use. Lots of other mice have given wireless a bad name, give this one a try and you won't regret it, I promise.
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