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1. What's your grip style?

Claw grip w/ big hands

2. What's your sensitivity?

Not super high DPI. I like a modest right in the middle setting.

3. What's your maximum budget?

Doesn't matter,, Whatever is good for my grip and hand size.

4. Do you want additional buttons?

I would like about 4-5 buttons max. I have the G700s now and it has WAY to many for my liking.


5. What games do you play?

FPS, Diablo 3 and online browsing.

6. Do you mind about prediction?

Not really. Comfort and quality is more important to me


7. Other relevant information:

I have the G700s now, Very comfy for me but the buttons are to much and I am lost in the software with all the settings. Anything more basic? I am coming from a CM Storm Spawn which bit the dust and I don't really want another one.
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Originally Posted by ADHDadditiv View Post

I personally would go for a Logitech G400. Great price, optical sensor and very reliable.

Is there any reason you suggested the G400(I'm assuming you meant the G400s, as the G400 comes up as discontinued on Newegg, and for $80 on Amazon) over the Deathadder?
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

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..

Wouldn't people prefer the rubber coating? Like, I feel like it'd be durable and more sweat resistant?
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Originally Posted by Failuyr View Post

Is there any reason you suggested the G400(I'm assuming you meant the G400s, as the G400 comes up as discontinued on Newegg, and for $80 on Amazon) over the Deathadder?
Wouldn't people prefer the rubber coating? Like, I feel like it'd be durable and more sweat resistant?
Depends on the person. Some people don't like that the rubber causes them to sweat more than glossy plastic. Also, rubber tends to be less grippy on skin than glossy plastic, in my experience.

They're both about the same to me.
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Is there any reason you suggested the G400(I'm assuming you meant the G400s, as the G400 comes up as discontinued on Newegg, and for $80 on Amazon) over the Deathadder?
Because I have had terrible luck with Razer products, replaced 3 Deathadders before I gave up. Thats in a 2 month period. All my logitech stuff in my house still works 100%. We even have a G5 that we bought back when it was new and its getting on 8 years old and still goin strong.
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post #1495 of 6214
1. What's your grip style?

Claw

2. What's your sensitivity?

Medium-high sensitivity

3. What's your maximum budget?

~$100

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Right now I have a Logitech M500 which has 2 additional buttons and I rarely find myself using them

5. What games do you play?

This is mostly a working mouse for GIMP and 3DS Max. But when I game it tends to be RPG's or FPS's

6. Do you mind about prediction?

Don't mind at all

7. Other relevant information:

I want a wired mouse for sure, I have yet to use a wireless mouse that I like. My work is too precise for packet loss and latency to get in the way. I have large hands (1ft pinkie to thumb) and so far only a Logitech M500 has been big and comfortable enough for me.

Thanks for recommendations
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

Depends on the person. Some people don't like that the rubber causes them to sweat more than glossy plastic. Also, rubber tends to be less grippy on skin than glossy plastic, in my experience.

They're both about the same to me.

I've never used a rubber coated mouse, which is what led me to ask the question.
I know the Taipan has a rubber coated side, would the Deathadder Black Edition be the same rubber coating?
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Originally Posted by ADHDadditiv View Post

Because I have had terrible luck with Razer products, replaced 3 Deathadders before I gave up. Thats in a 2 month period. All my logitech stuff in my house still works 100%. We even have a G5 that we bought back when it was new and its getting on 8 years old and still goin strong.

I can understand the qualms about Razer products, but I've heard nothing but good about the Deathadders.

Are there any mice outside of Razer or Logitech that either of you would suggest? I'm open to most brands, I just don't know a whole lot about mice. I know Steel Series has some well respected laser mice, but what about their optical mice?

I mean, I want to use a cloth/soft pad, which is why I want an optical mice (plus, from my understanding, higher end optical mice are cheaper than higher end laser mice).
post #1497 of 6214
1. What's your grip style? Palm

2. What's your sensitivity? medium

3. What's your maximum budget? preferably no more than ~50

4. Do you want additional buttons? Sure, but not too many. My current mouse (logitech m705) is fine for me, but the left mouse button is dying.

5. What games do you play? League of Legends mostly lately. Lots of web browsing and a variety of other games from time to time.

6. Do you mind about prediction? No idea, never really noticed it. I imagine it would be jarring if this were present and obvious on the mouse.

7. Other relevant information: I don't want anything ridiculously heavy, but some weight feels nice. I don't need anything totally amazing, just looking for something that works well for me and is comfortable/high quality.
post #1498 of 6214
1. What's your grip style?

Palm

2. What's your sensitivity?

Medium/Medium-High

3. What's your maximum budget?

Anything

4. Do you want additional buttons?

I usually use two(with my current shatty mouse), one for knife, one for reload, but something like 4+ would be nice for other things.

5. What games do you play?

BF4 all day long, other FPS, and other random fun games.

6. Do you mind about prediction?

No prediction would be nice, but if I can turn it off I am cool.

7. Other relevant information:

Currently use some Logitech mouse, not sure which, has two side buttons, but I have a super nice PC, keyboard, and mic. So now it's time to upgrade my mouse. I am really just looking for a smooth, accurate, lagless mouse that preforms beautifully and makes aiming easier and overall stuff better. I don't want a fatty mouse but I want one that isn't so light I fling it around. I also would like it to be wired.
Edited by Ximerous - 11/23/13 at 10:47pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ximerous View Post

1. What's your grip style?

Palm

2. What's your sensitivity?

Medium/Medium-High

3. What's your maximum budget?

Anything

4. Do you want additional buttons?

I usually use two(with my current shatty mouse), one for knife, one for reload, but something like 4+ would be nice for other things.

5. What games do you play?

BF4 all day long, other FPS, and other random fun games.

6. Do you mind about prediction?

No prediction would be nice, but if I can turn it off I am cool.

7. Other relevant information:

Currently use some Logitech mouse, not sure which, has two side buttons, but I have a super nice PC, keyboard, and mic. So now it's time to upgrade my mouse. I am really just looking for a smooth, accurate, lagless mouse that preforms beautifully and makes aiming easier and overall stuff better. I don't want a fatty mouse but I want one that isn't so light I fling it around. I also would like it to be wired.

If you want a good FPS mouse, look at the Logitech G400, Deathadder 3.5G and Roccat Savu.
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