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Originally Posted by NightVision View Post

I really like the look of the g9x (it looks high end without being goofy/excessive) but the stuff about laser acceleration and the offset sensor have me hesitating.

The offset sensor is something you can easily get used to, but the inconsitent acceleration can be a bit annoying in the g9x. Newer mice using the same sensor seems to perform better on cloth though, with very little acceleration that only a few will notice.
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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa View Post

Really clicky? Zowie AM should do if you don't feel its too large. It feels about the same size as the diamondback though and it even have a VERY similar sensor.You can only choose between 450-1150-2300dpi though, so I don't know if you can live with that.
The zowie mico would be another option if you want a really small size, it have 800dpi and no side buttons. It have a jump bug though that happen sometimes. I don't know if the "really clicky" thing is the most important thing to you, but if its not there is more options.
But just so you know, gaming mice are usually not a gimmick. They have much better sensors that will give you an advantage over a standard logitech mouse.

I could probably live with 1150 dpi.

Just as you posted this I stumbled upon the Zowie Mico. It looks good. So Zowie generally has firmer buttons than other brands?what about the SS Kinzu?
Edited by NightVision - 10/13/12 at 1:37am
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Originally Posted by NightVision View Post

I could probably live with 1150 dpi.
Just as you posted this I stumbled upon the Zowie Mico. It looks good. So Zowie generally has firmer buttons than other brands?what about the SS Kinzu?

Because they use their own custom made huano switches, the kinzu use mushy switches with little audible feedback
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

The Savu is probably best for fingertip.

How about the others?

I'm not really that concerned about shape because this Logitech Click! Optical Mouse is designed for palm (I think) and I use a fingertip grip on it. I'm mostly looking for performance and quality.
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i dont understand why you guys spend so much money on gaming keyboards and gaming mice.. even a standard keyboard mice combination is sufficeient for gaming purposes.. $100 for a mice ? really ? cowboy.gif

We don't spend $100 for a mice. We spend $50. That price is negligible when you've seen the computers we've built around here. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa View Post

A standard keyboard will in most cases do fine, but a standard mouse is NOT sufficient and it will hold you back from reaching your potential

Well, the keyboard part is subjective. I'm a typist and I always race against people (got 134wpm on a rubber done. I still need to get used to my Filco TKL with MX Blues and I'm curious to see how I would do with Topre) so a good keyboard makes a huge difference.
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My current Logitech MX1000 rechargeable mouse does not want to recharge any more, so looking of a new mouse.
I'm giving up on using mice with recharging stands
But still want something hopefully as close to the same shape as the MX100
Those mice that come with 2 AA batteries, how long can they normally last before you need to replace the batteries?
If I use rechargeable AA batteries, which brands last the longest?
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i dont understand why you guys spend so much money on gaming keyboards and gaming mice.. even a standard keyboard mice combination is sufficeient for gaming purposes.. $100 for a mice ? really ? cowboy.gif
I spent $60 on a keyboard because I type a lot and it is much more comfortable to type on than a standard $10 keyboard. I spent $40 on a mouse because it tracks with no jitter or acceleration built in, and can track at 800-1600 DPI, unlike most cheap mice. Another reason a good mouse like the Logitech G400 is better is that it is well designed, so it is very comfortable if you want to palm or claw grip it.
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How about the others?

I'm not really that concerned about shape because this Logitech Click! Optical Mouse is designed for palm (I think) and I use a fingertip grip on it. I'm mostly looking for performance and quality.
The G400 is uncomfortable to finger tip grip
The Deathadder is comfortable to fingertip grip, but you have to hold it too far forward of the centre of gravity, which causes it to fishtail a bit.
The Zowie AM looks comfortable to finger tip grip.
I think the Zowie EC Evo series also would be comfortable for finger tip gripping.
No idea on the CM storm spawn; it just looks uncomfortable.
Edited by Art Vanelay - 10/13/12 at 9:18am
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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

Well, the keyboard part is subjective. I'm a typist and I always race against people (got 134wpm on a rubber done. I still need to get used to my Filco TKL with MX Blues and I'm curious to see how I would do with Topre) so a good keyboard makes a huge difference.

That's why i said in most cases

I assumed he was talking about gaming, and in most games a standard keyboard will do just fine. But I have owned both topre and a filco keyboard and they definately help me both in typing and games, but mice is still a lot more important in terms of gaming
Edited by HaiiYaa - 10/13/12 at 9:08am
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That's why i said in most cases
I assumed he was talking about gaming, and in most games a standard keyboard will do just fine. But I have owned both topre and a filco keyboard and they definately help me both in typing and games

I missed that part. Sorry.

I wish I could afford a Topre though. I could only try it for a few minutes when I was in Japan at Akihabara (yes, the legendary Akihabara Electric City). I tried the Cherry MX Blues, Browns, Blacks, and Reds right before (crappy idea because it made the Topres feel ridiculously mushy) so at first I didn't like the mushiness of Topre, but I'm used to the feel of rubber (which actually feels ridiculously nice on Topres. The mushy feel gives a soft landing so it doesn't have the loud sound like when you bottom out on Cherry MX) and I type faster with it. Topres felt really smooth too.
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it doesn't have the loud sound like when you bottom out on Cherry MX
You can get O rings to stop that from happening.
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Is Sensei anything like Xai? I loved Xai, but Deathadder I am using now is much more comfortable IMHO.
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