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1. What's your grip style?

Palm, but that's because I've only had Palm grip mice. No Preference at the moment.

2. What's your sensitivity?

1000-1500

3. What's your maximum budget?

$150

4. Do you want additional buttons?

I currently own a G500, and love that I can push the middle mouse button left/right to use as extra buttons. Also I would prefer to have at least two side buttons.

5. What games do you play?

Usually FPS.

6. Do you mind about prediction?

Preferably none.

7. Other relevant information:

I've been interested in getting a nice optical mouse since I've had nothing but laser mice since I built my rig. Also, I've been wanting to replace my hard mat with something like a qck, but have reservations due to my current mouse...
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Originally Posted by AndAllThingsWillEnd View Post

1. What's your grip style?

Palm, but that's because I've only had Palm grip mice. No Preference at the moment.

2. What's your sensitivity?

1000-1500

3. What's your maximum budget?

$150

4. Do you want additional buttons?

I currently own a G500, and love that I can push the middle mouse button left/right to use as extra buttons. Also I would prefer to have at least two side buttons.

5. What games do you play?

Usually FPS.

6. Do you mind about prediction?

Preferably none.

7. Other relevant information:

I've been interested in getting a nice optical mouse since I've had nothing but laser mice since I built my rig. Also, I've been wanting to replace my hard mat with something like a qck, but have reservations due to my current mouse...
If you like the G500, the G400's a similar shape and the sensor's probably better if you use a fairly low DPI. I love mine.
post #1483 of 6207
I was looking at that and the spawn since I know both of those use the 3090 sensor, which is supposed to be pretty good.

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I was looking at that and the spawn since I know both of those use the 3090 sensor, which is supposed to be pretty good.

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The spawn is also pretty reputable. It's really down to ergonomics, between those two mice. The only downsides I could possibly point out to the G400 are the scroll wheel and the crappy cable.
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

If you like the G500, the G400's a similar shape and the sensor's probably better if you use a fairly low DPI. I love mine.
Take a look at the Logitech G602. Fantastic mouse, one of my favorites to date. Great for palm grip, 500hz polling rate, super long battery life (we are talking 250 hours on performance mode and an estimated 1440 hours on power saving). It does however has quite a few more buttons then you probably need.
Also, like Costanza (Art) said, the G400 is a great choice as well.
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1. What's your grip style?
Palm Grip
2. What's your sensitivity?
Dont know--first gaming mouse.
3. What's your maximum budget?
Preferably ~$50
4. Do you want additional buttons?
Two on the thumb side would be nice, I would take more if a mouse in my price offered more.
5. What games do you play?
A little bit of everything, it's not only for gaming though.
7. Other relevant information

Would prefer an optical sensor.
The reason I'm getting a "gaming" mouse is I want good quality, and good support.
Preferably an all black color scheme (matte preferably too).

I was at my local best buy, and they have a Logitech and Razer booth setup. The from the mice on display that I liked most there (Note: Deathadder and g602 were NOT on display) the Razer Taipan was my favorite, except it was too slim for my hands. So I'm thinking a Deathadder might be ideal for me, but I thought I'd ask for some advice from more knowledgeable people.

Speaking of Deathadders though; is there a difference between the Deathadder (3500) Black Edition and the regular, that causes the Black Edition to be $10 cheaper on Newegg?
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Originally Posted by Failuyr View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Palm Grip
2. What's your sensitivity?
Dont know--first gaming mouse.
3. What's your maximum budget?
Preferably ~$50
4. Do you want additional buttons?
Two on the thumb side would be nice, I would take more if a mouse in my price offered more.
5. What games do you play?
A little bit of everything, it's not only for gaming though.
7. Other relevant information

Would prefer an optical sensor.
The reason I'm getting a "gaming" mouse is I want good quality, and good support.
Preferably an all black color scheme (matte preferably too).

I was at my local best buy, and they have a Logitech and Razer booth setup. The from the mice on display that I liked most there (Note: Deathadder and g602 were NOT on display) the Razer Taipan was my favorite, except it was too slim for my hands. So I'm thinking a Deathadder might be ideal for me, but I thought I'd ask for some advice from more knowledgeable people.

Speaking of Deathadders though; is there a difference between the Deathadder (3500) Black Edition and the regular, that causes the Black Edition to be $10 cheaper on Newegg?
I personally would go for a Logitech G400. Great price, optical sensor and very reliable.
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Originally Posted by Failuyr View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Palm Grip
2. What's your sensitivity?
Dont know--first gaming mouse.
3. What's your maximum budget?
Preferably ~$50
4. Do you want additional buttons?
Two on the thumb side would be nice, I would take more if a mouse in my price offered more.
5. What games do you play?
A little bit of everything, it's not only for gaming though.
7. Other relevant information

Would prefer an optical sensor.
The reason I'm getting a "gaming" mouse is I want good quality, and good support.
Preferably an all black color scheme (matte preferably too).

I was at my local best buy, and they have a Logitech and Razer booth setup. The from the mice on display that I liked most there (Note: Deathadder and g602 were NOT on display) the Razer Taipan was my favorite, except it was too slim for my hands. So I'm thinking a Deathadder might be ideal for me, but I thought I'd ask for some advice from more knowledgeable people.

Speaking of Deathadders though; is there a difference between the Deathadder (3500) Black Edition and the regular, that causes the Black Edition to be $10 cheaper on Newegg?

The black edition has a rubber coating on it, whereas the regular version has a soft touch plastic top and glossy sides.

The deathadder is similar in shape to a Microsoft intellimouse explorer, but a bit curvier on the sides and the top is arched differently.
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Take a look at the Logitech G602. Fantastic mouse, one of my favorites to date. Great for palm grip, 500hz polling rate, super long battery life (we are talking 250 hours on performance mode and an estimated 1440 hours on power saving). It does however has quite a few more buttons then you probably need.
Also, like Costanza (Art) said, the G400 is a great choice as well.
The problem with wireless mice tends to be that they are heavier than normal mice and that they sometimes have a bit of a lag.

I can't say whether or not it has a noticeable level of lag.

Since it has a battery, it's probably going to be heavier than a wired mouse. That's unavoidable.
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The problem with wireless mice tends to be that they are heavier than normal mice and that they sometimes have a bit of a lag.

I can't say whether or not it has a noticeable level of lag.

Since it has a battery, it's probably going to be heavier than a wired mouse. That's unavoidable.
Very true. Personally, I can't seem to have enough weight in my mouse (Im strange) but I can see how weight would be a problem. The lag thing for 95% of people is physocematical.
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Very true. Personally, I can't seem to have enough weight in my mouse (Im strange) but I can see how weight would be a problem. The lag thing for 95% of people is physocematical.
If the mouse is well designed, I would doubt that you'd be able to tell the difference in responsiveness unless you're the type that plays games at 120hz with no AA, V-sync or prerendered frames.
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