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Originally Posted by ADHDadditiv View Post

Nobody needed to answer your question, Deathadder.

Sorry, it's just that I'm in kind of a hurry. Are you sure about the DeathAdder? I heard that the Rival is like the DeathAdder, but better. I'm also looking to be able to make fine movements and play on a high sensitivity.
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Sorry, it's just that I'm in kind of a hurry. Are you sure about the DeathAdder? I heard that the Rival is like the DeathAdder, but better. I'm also looking to be able to make fine movements and play on a high sensitivity.
Deathadder. If you can switch to palm grip, Logitech G400.
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What are my options for a replacement for the Kana? I can't get a Kana v2 in Canada (and frankly I don't like the buttons anyway), I am getting mixed reviews on the Zowie FK and I need side buttons and light weight. I had a Savu but didn't like the / \ side shape, won't even consider a mouse heavier than 90g. I mean the FK is the right shape and everything but again getting mixed sensor/quality reviews and it's extremely hard to find in Canada.

Any thoughts?

*edit* A TLDR: Similar shape to the FK/Kana, Side buttons, a \ / shape, not a savu, under 90g
Edited by esoterikk - 12/19/13 at 2:26pm
post #1674 of 6214
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Originally Posted by ADHDadditiv View Post

Deathadder. If you can switch to palm grip, Logitech G400.

Thanks for the suggestion (just to make sure, did you read my whole post? Because I have the claw grip style). Anyone else cares to suggest me a mouse? smile.gif
Edited by xTurK - 12/19/13 at 2:29pm
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mionix avior 7000. better build quality than the rival or the deathadder.

cm spawn would also be a cheaper choice if you don't need to put the dpi above 1800.
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Originally Posted by Atavax View Post

mionix avior 7000. better build quality than the rival or the deathadder.

cm spawn would also be a cheaper choice if you don't need to put the dpi above 1800.

Everything about the Avior 7000 looks absolutely amazing, aside from the fact that it weighs 140 grams with the cable. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by xTurK View Post

Everything about the Avior 7000 looks absolutely amazing, aside from the fact that it weighs 140 grams with the cable. frown.gif

you're not going to be lifting the cable when you're moving it, probably just means heavy duty usb connector and possibly a ferrite bead which would be right near the end with the usb connector... 100g without cable is lighter than the deathadder or rival without cable as well.
Edited by Atavax - 12/19/13 at 4:00pm
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Originally Posted by Atavax View Post

you're not going to be lifting the cable when you're moving it, probably just means heavy duty usb connector and possibly a ferrite bead which would be right near the end with the usb connector... 100g without cable is lighter than the deathadder or rival without cable as well.

Amazing. My only hope now is that the braided cable won't get stuck to things in its way. Do you know a place where I can buy it online? I live in Canada and I cannot find it on any website that ships to North America.
Edited by xTurK - 12/19/13 at 7:31pm
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Originally Posted by ADHDadditiv View Post

Take a look at the Corsair M95, seems right up your alley. Also the Logitech G600 and the old G5 would work too. Look at mice in that shape and you should be fine.

Is there something with the M95's shape with fewer buttons? I can't imagine needing or even consistently being able to use that many. I probably need no more than 3 extra buttons, if that.
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First post -_-

So many mice to choose from I have no idea what to get. I've been using the g5 since like 05. It still works fine and I like the shape of it, but I hate the scroll wheel. The scroll wheel hasn't worked right since near the time I bought it and pushing it down as the mouse3 button is very difficult and I've never been able to use it.

1. What's your grip style?

finger tip

2. What's your sensitivity?

I use 6/11 windows sensitivity and precision turned off. I leave the mouse dpi at 700 because that's the sensitivity I'm comfortable with and just adjust the ingame sensitivity to what ever I'm comfortable with (besides sc2 of course). I see there's some debate as to what settings are actually best on this site. I saw that write up about a while back about using 6/11 and have just been using it ever since.

3. What's your maximum budget?

around 80.


4. Do you want additional buttons?


just the one or two extra buttons on the inside of the mouse like the g5/mx518


5. What games do you play?

pretty much everything at some time or another. rts, fps, & mmo's. wow, tf2, sc2, dota2, etc


6. Do you mind about prediction?

don't want prediction

7. Other relevant information:


just want something simple with simple drivers with at least the 1 extra button that's comfortable, has an accurate sensor (not even sure if i'd notice the supposed less accurate ones though), and an easy to use scroll wheel. my hands do get sweaty sometimes too in the summer. I've been reading about so many different mice I don't remember which are more difficult to grip with sweaty hands though I saw some were affected by it. would also prefer something on the lighter side without too high of a liftoff distance.

thanks
Edited by Meob - 12/22/13 at 5:28pm
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