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Originally Posted by noldevin View Post

  1. What's your grip style?
    not sure how to answer... I really like the shape of my Logitech MX518 but it is wearing out
  2. What's your sensitivity?
    Middle setting on MX518 (not sure)
  3. What's your maximum budget?
    ~$75 max
  4. Do you want additional buttons?
    I only really need the standard two back/forward side buttons
  5. What games do you play?
    LoL, Battlefield 4, various FPS games
  6. Do you mind about prediction?
    I probably would prefer not to have prediction, never used a mouse with it that I know of
  7. Other relevant information:
    I prefer wired mice. I also don't have/use a mousepad but am open to suggestions.
Coming from MX518 you could look into G402.

PS: All MX518 have prediciton.
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1. What's your grip style? Fingertip, although I haven't gamed on PC in years, so I just use fingertip during everyday use, gaming may be a completely different story. TL;DR = Fingertip

2. What's your sensitivity? High. I'm not playing at a desk, so for now I'll be using a large wooden plank across my lap lol (pretty ghetto, I know), so surface space is an issue.

3. What's your maximum budget? Up to £70. I'm a first time builder, I'd be a bit uncomfortable spending more. This can stretch if there's something outstanding for a few pounds more.

4. Do you want additional buttons? Two side buttons on the left hand side (I'm right handed) would be nice. Not a huge deal though.

5. What games do you play? FPS.

6. Do you mind about prediction? Yes I do mind. I just want raw input.

7. Other relevant information: I live in the UK. I have a big palm, but slim fingers, so I need a fairly sizeable mouse with easily accessible buttons. If there is a nice M+KB combo, I'll consider that as well (I was thinking of the CM Storm QuickFire XT or Cherry MX Board 3.0 with Cherry Red's as the KB, so basically an entry level mechanical KB)

Mouse Pad

8. Hard or cloth? Don't mind. I just want something durable.

9. Rough or smooth? Smooth. Why would someone want rough?

10. Which size approximately? Small-regular. Anything that's not humongous will do.

11. What's your maximum budget? £20

Please help a noob out. smile.gif
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Kone Pure Military
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  1. What's your grip style?
    claw finger grip hybrid
  2. What's your sensitivity?
    3200-5400 dpi
  3. What's your maximum budget?
    $60
  4. Do you want additional buttons?
    no
  5. What games do you play?
    fps, rpg, aa
  6. Do you mind about prediction?
    yee
  7. Other relevant information: Input anything else you want. Some examples: LOD, ambidextrous shape, weight, wireless, non-braided cord, glossy finish, button activation force, driverless, onboard memory, etc
    really good build quality with some weight - prefer heavier mouse and must have a ring finger rest

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Originally Posted by noldevin View Post

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  1. What's your grip style?
    not sure how to answer... I really like the shape of my Logitech MX518 but it is wearing out
  2. What's your sensitivity?
    Middle setting on MX518 (not sure)
  3. What's your maximum budget?
    ~$75 max
  4. Do you want additional buttons?
    I only really need the standard two back/forward side buttons
  5. What games do you play?
    LoL, Battlefield 4, various FPS games
  6. Do you mind about prediction?
    I probably would prefer not to have prediction, never used a mouse with it that I know of
  7. Other relevant information:
    I prefer wired mice. I also don't have/use a mousepad but am open to suggestions.

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Hey all first post.

Im looking for a mouse to upgrade from my abyssus. Am looking at the KPM as a candidate. Used to have a G4 years ago that i loved.

What's your grip style?
Fingertip/claw

What's your sensitivity?
1800 dpi

What's your maximum budget?
$100

Do you want additional buttons?
two thumb / scroll wheel

What games do you play?
Dota 2 mainly, starcraft / diablo

Do you mind about prediction?
no prediction / accelleration

Other relevant information:
must be wired, low latency. Hand size is 19cm.

Thanks in advance.

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1. What's your grip style? Fingertip, although I haven't gamed on PC in years, so I just use fingertip during everyday use, gaming may be a completely different story. TL;DR = Fingertip

2. What's your sensitivity? High. I'm not playing at a desk, so for now I'll be using a large wooden plank across my lap lol (pretty ghetto, I know), so surface space is an issue.

3. What's your maximum budget? Up to £70. I'm a first time builder, I'd be a bit uncomfortable spending more. This can stretch if there's something outstanding for a few pounds more.

4. Do you want additional buttons? Two side buttons on the left hand side (I'm right handed) would be nice. Not a huge deal though.

5. What games do you play? FPS.

6. Do you mind about prediction? Yes I do mind. I just want raw input.

7. Other relevant information: I live in the UK. I have a big palm, but slim fingers, so I need a fairly sizeable mouse with easily accessible buttons. If there is a nice M+KB combo, I'll consider that as well (I was thinking of the CM Storm QuickFire XT or Cherry MX Board 3.0 with Cherry Red's as the KB, so basically an entry level mechanical KB)

Mouse Pad

8. Hard or cloth? Don't mind. I just want something durable.

9. Rough or smooth? Smooth. Why would someone want rough?

10. Which size approximately? Small-regular. Anything that's not humongous will do.

11. What's your maximum budget? £20

Please help a noob out. smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Killa Cam View Post

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  1. What's your grip style?
    claw finger grip hybrid
  2. What's your sensitivity?
    3200-5400 dpi
  3. What's your maximum budget?
    $60
  4. Do you want additional buttons?
    no
  5. What games do you play?
    fps, rpg, aa
  6. Do you mind about prediction?
    yee
  7. Other relevant information: Input anything else you want. Some examples: LOD, ambidextrous shape, weight, wireless, non-braided cord, glossy finish, button activation force, driverless, onboard memory, etc
    really good build quality with some weight - prefer heavier mouse and must have a ring finger rest

KPM is good if you don't mind the shape or size. The aurora's sensor performs on the same level, but the build quality is lower, the weight is lower, the shape is arguably significantly better, and it lacks the native 50cpi increments the KPM has.

The FinalMouse seems to be the best mouse (especially for FPS games) on the market currently. But the price is higher and it doesn't have the features that other mice have because it has no drivers.
    
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1. What's your grip style?
Palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
Mid

3. What's your maximum budget?
60-70 ish

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Regular layout with foward, backward and middle click is fine. Additional buttons like in the G700 would be great

5. What games do you play?
Rpg, Rts, and a little of mmo and fps

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Don't mind

7. Other relevant information:
Wireless and same ergonomics like the razer naga and mionix naos. I've tried the G700s, G602 and the shape of the naga felt most comfortable to me.

To get an idea of my ideal mouse, a wireless Mionix naos with the G700s buttons would be perfect.
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There is the wireless Razer Naga Epic Chroma. Not sure, if you checked that out already.
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Originally Posted by xXDarkenSoulXx View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
Mid

3. What's your maximum budget?
60-70 ish

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Regular layout with foward, backward and middle click is fine. Additional buttons like in the G700 would be great

5. What games do you play?
Rpg, Rts, and a little of mmo and fps

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Don't mind

7. Other relevant information:
Wireless and same ergonomics like the razer naga and mionix naos. I've tried the G700s, G602 and the shape of the naga felt most comfortable to me.

To get an idea of my ideal mouse, a wireless Mionix naos with the G700s buttons would be perfect.
I think it might have turned into vaporware but there was a Mionix mouse anounced in 2013 (I think) that was similar to naos shape but wireless. It used its mouse pad as a charging station, that's the mouse I'd recommend to you but I think it's dead in the water.

A Razer Mamba might be a good mouse for you as well.

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There is the wireless Razer Naga Epic Chroma. Not sure, if you checked that out already.
Dang, I didn't know they made that. That would probably be the best fit.



also:
Do you need a wireless mouse? And do you want a laser mouse? I always feel icky when I recommend wireless-laser mice. :s
Edited by trriL - 1/10/15 at 12:44am
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There is the wireless Razer Naga Epic Chroma. Not sure, if you checked that out already.

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Originally Posted by trriL View Post

I think it might have turned into vaporware but there was a Mionix mouse anounced in 2013 (I think) that was similar to naos shape but wireless. It used its mouse pad as a charging station, that's the mouse I'd recommend to you but I think it's dead in the water.

A Razer Mamba might be a good mouse for you as well.

Edit:
Dang, I didn't know they made that. That would probably be the best fit.



also:
Do you need a wireless mouse? And do you want a laser mouse? I always feel icky when I recommend wireless-laser mice. :s

Thank's for the suggestions guys. I was drooling all over the Mionix concept when I first saw it but sadly it has never made it to production. As for the naga epic, yes I have looked at it before but I decided against it because of the price, propriety battery and reliability of razer mice. Honestly I don't really care about the whole laser vs optical debate because I'm not that serious of a gamer. Also wireless isn't a must but it's nice to have. If it comes to it, the Naos 7000 will be my next mouse.
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Thank's for the suggestions guys. I was drooling all over the Mionix concept when I first saw it but sadly it has never made it to production. As for the naga epic, yes I have looked at it before but I decided against it because of the price, propriety battery and reliability of razer mice. Honestly I don't really care about the whole laser vs optical debate because I'm not that serious of a gamer. Also wireless isn't a must but it's nice to have. If it comes to it, the Naos 7000 will be my next mouse.
No problem.
Laser vs. optical isn't a debate. All laser mice have acceleration which means they move variably to how fast you move your mouse, optical can move linearly to how fast you move your mouse. I.e. If you move your 400 DPI laser mouse 2" at 0.1" per second you move 800 pixels in total, then if you move your 400 DPI laser mouse 2" at 1" per second you move 1337+/-420 pixels. If you take a decent 400 DPI optical mouse move it 2" at 0.1" you move 800 pixels, if you move it at 2" at 1" per second you move 800 DPI still. The only aspect of laser mice that is a debate is that some of them track better than optical mice on transparent/uniform surfaces; but that's a subjective debate and boils down to this:
Are you on the move a lot and need a mouse that will track on the most surfaces? If yes are you willing to carry around a mouse pad? If no go laser.
Are you on a stationary PC and want a mouse that will track accurately and consistently? If yes go optical.
It has nothing to do with whether or not you're a gamer it has more to do if you want good mouse or not and what your circumstances are.

Sorry for the rant but you hit a chord with me.
Edited by trriL - 1/10/15 at 1:47am
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