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post #1941 of 6207
Top attribute: I like the mouse to fit in my pretty large (for my size) hands.

Grip: Fingertip/ occasionally claw.

DPI: no clue, I currently game on an office mouse with like 200 DPI, so I don't have a preference for the speed.

Budget: I'd like to keep it under 70.

Additional buttons: Maybe one or two extra from the usual.

Games: FPS is why I'm getting it, but this will be used for multiple genres.

Prediction: I don't know what that is.
post #1942 of 6207
How do you guys feel about the Razer Orochi?
post #1943 of 6207
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Originally Posted by mbreslin View Post

Top 1-2 attributes:
1)I have much smaller than average hands.
2)Excellent sensor.

1)Finger tip.
2) I've been using a "microsoft comfort optical mouse 3000", I think it's like 1000dpi, I'm not settled on any particular dpi yet.
3)no budget
4)1-2 side buttons would be nice.
5)Prefer no prediction
7)I actually have gotten quite used to the shape of this mouse, I'd like something similar, if there are LEDs I'd like to either turn them off completely or at least be able to turn them blue. The sensor quality is very high on my list, though no DA.

Thanks!

I'm thinking you might like the Avior 7000, take a look at the shape in my review thread. It should work for you, I did look up the comfort optical 3000.
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Originally Posted by mocboy123 View Post

Top attribute: I like the mouse to fit in my pretty large (for my size) hands.

Grip: Fingertip/ occasionally claw.

DPI: no clue, I currently game on an office mouse with like 200 DPI, so I don't have a preference for the speed.

Budget: I'd like to keep it under 70.

Additional buttons: Maybe one or two extra from the usual.

Games: FPS is why I'm getting it, but this will be used for multiple genres.

Prediction: I don't know what that is.

Large FPS mouse...SteelSeries Rival.
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How do you guys feel about the Razer Orochi?

Garbage. Don't even think about it.
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post #1944 of 6207
Hi Guys, Looking for a new Mouse after my Logitech G5 stopped working after many years.

1. What's your grip style?
Palm Grip

2. What's your sensitivity?
Low

3. What's your maximum budget?
70€

4. Do you want additional buttons?
at least 2 on the left side (like known from G5)

5. What games do you play?
Mostly fps

6. Do you mind about prediction?
i don't want angle snapping (or at least the ability to turn it off)

7. Other relevant information:
can be a bit more heavy, my G5 was with weights at 120g. I dont like "razer style" buttons.

Im also thinking about a new mousepad, currently using the Razer exactmat control, but i have the feeling its a bit too small and i might prefare a soft pad.

7. Hard or cloth?
cloth

8. Rough or smooth?
smooth, but not really sure

9. Which size approximately?
35*35 cm^2 maybe? that isnt much bigger than my current pad, but due to the awkward shape of the pad it feels alot smaller.

10. What's your maximum budget?
20€

Appreciate your help and Thanks in advance.
Edited by Jisc - 3/8/14 at 11:26am
post #1945 of 6207
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jisc View Post

Hi Guys, Looking for a new Mouse after my Logitech G5 stopped working after many years.

1. What's your grip style?
Palm Grip

2. What's your sensitivity?
Low

3. What's your maximum budget?
70€

4. Do you want additional buttons?
at least 2 on the left side (like known from G5)

5. What games do you play?
Mostly fps

6. Do you mind about prediction?
i don't want angle snapping (or at least the ability to turn it off)

7. Other relevant information:
can be a bit more heavy, my G5 was with weights at 120g. I dont like "razer style" buttons.

Im also thinking about a new mousepad, currently using the Razer exactmat control, but i have the feeling its a bit too small and i might prefare a soft pad.

7. Hard or cloth?
cloth

8. Rough or smooth?
smooth, but not really sure

9. Which size approximately?
35*35 cm^2 maybe? that isnt much bigger than my current pad, but due to the awkward shape of the pad it feels alot smaller.

10. What's your maximum budget?
20€

Appreciate your help and Thanks in advance.

Mionix Naos 7000 or SteelSeries Rival and a QcK Heavy or a Puretrak Talent.
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post #1946 of 6207
1. What's your grip style?
Claw Grip

2. What's your sensitivity?
2000dpi

3. What's your maximum budget?
70 USD

4. Do you want additional buttons?
No need, i don't play any MMO games (LOL, WOW...) no need for those

5. What games do you play?
Battlefield 4, Titanfall, Rust. Mainly First Person Shooters and almost all triple A titles.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
I would like to try it. But i want a mouse that i can turn off prediction if i don't like it

7. Other relevant information:
Just need it to be compact and good for gaming. Nice heavy metal scroll wheel would be nice.


8. Rough or smooth?
Soft touch feel would be nice, smooth would be preferred.

9. Which size approximately?
Need it to be compact, i am constantly traveling and i need to be able to put it in a backpack
post #1947 of 6207
1. Palm

2. Low/400dpi

3. ~70 USD

4. Prefer atleast 6 fully reprogramable buttons (including left/right click and mosue wheel)

5. Counter Strike: GO is all i really need a good mouse for

6. Can turn off/on, if not then OFF

7. A "stiff" mouse wheel, can easily scroll down/up one click, not that important though, will work well with this http://pcxmods.com/products/xtracpads-ripper-xxl.html mouse pad, right hand/ambi, braded/non braded dont matter, weight doesnt matter,

8. doesnt matter

9. enough to palm with smallish hands, ~6.5 in from tip of middle finger to bottom of palm


i've been looking at the steel series ikari, corsair m40, and naos 3200/7000
Edited by Jaycz - 3/8/14 at 2:53pm
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post #1948 of 6207
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1. Palm

2. Low/400dpi

3. ~70 USD

4. Prefer atleast 6 fully reprogramable buttons (including left/right click and mosue wheel)

5. Counter Strike: GO is all i really need a good mouse for

6. Can turn off/on, if not then OFF

7. A "stiff" mouse wheel, can easily scroll down/up one click, not that important though, will work well with this http://pcxmods.com/products/xtracpads-ripper-xxl.html mouse pad, right hand/ambi, braded/non braded dont matter, weight doesnt matter,

8. doesnt matter

9. enough to palm with smallish hands, ~6.5 in from tip of middle finger to bottom of palm


i've been looking at the steel series ikari, corsair m40, and naos 3200/7000

Do you really want 6 programmable buttons? Deathadder fits everything in your list except for the fact that it is missing 1 button. Otherwise the G400 mouse has 7 programmable.
post #1949 of 6207
What gaming mouse most closely resembles the MX Revolution in shape? All these years later the MX Revolution is still the the most comfortable mouse I have ever owned.
post #1950 of 6207
1. What's your grip style?
Palm, I have large hands so tips rest at the end of the mouse. Palm partially on desk.

2. What's your sensitivity?
1800 to 2200

3. What's your maximum budget?
100,- Euros

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Preferably, yeah. No need for a huge amount, but more is better.

5. What games do you play?
FPS, RTS, (MMO)RPG.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
As little as possible.

7. Other relevant information:
Currently using a worn-down 2011 Razer Naga. Bought it for usage in WoW, for which it works well. Also happy to try wireless if there's anything good available.
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