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Quick question. For typical mice that come bundled with computers what's the typical dpi on them?
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Probably 800. You can use enotus mouse test to find out what yours is.
    
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1. What's your grip style? Palm, right-handed.

2. What's your sensitivity? Mid to mid-high.

3. What's your maximum budget? No limit.

4. Do you want additional buttons? Yes (not as many as a Razer Naga though).

5. What games do you play? TF2, SC2.

6. Do you mind about prediction? Never tried. Ideally, option to turn it on/off.

7. Other relevant information: wired, robust/strong build, no Razer.

Many thanks,
post #824 of 6207
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Originally Posted by King Louie View Post

1. What's your grip style? Palm, right-handed.
2. What's your sensitivity? Mid to mid-high.
3. What's your maximum budget? No limit.
4. Do you want additional buttons? Yes (not as many as a Razer Naga though).
5. What games do you play? TF2, SC2.
6. Do you mind about prediction? Never tried. Ideally, option to turn it on/off.
7. Other relevant information: wired, robust/strong build, no Razer.
Many thanks,
If you don't care about accel then I'd go for either a Naos 5000 or the older Ikari Laser, they're both incredibly comfortable palm mice.
The Naos has a few software problems atm but Mionix said they're fixing them so we'll see.
The G400 is pretty good for palm, and it has a perfect sensor, so if you don't want acceleration then this is the mouse to get.
post #825 of 6207
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Originally Posted by kotakueuro View Post

The G400 is pretty good for palm, and it has a perfect sensor, so if you don't want acceleration then this is the mouse to get.
The G400 does very well up to 1800 DPI, but it's not that great past that point, but you would have to be on a crazy sensitivity to need more than 1800 DPI.
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I use the G700 which has been enhanced with Logitech Gaming Software (LGS) 8.4.0.

I was going to buy the G600 MMO mouse for the sniper assist button, as that was the only feature missing. But now with the G700 I'm running a script on my FPS gaming profiles so that when I ADS using the RMB the dpi switches to 1000 from 2350 which is what I run around with.

Apart from the **** poor battery life, I love this mouse. It's comfertable for right handed gamers, has plenty of buttons and tracks well on my surface.

For G series owners who haven't upgraded to LGS you should try it out and do away with that 90's Set point GUI.

I give it a 8.5/10, would have given it a 9 if it wasn't for the battery life.
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Originally Posted by majnu View Post

I use the G700 which has been enhanced with Logitech Gaming Software (LGS) 8.4.0.
I was going to buy the G600 MMO mouse for the sniper assist button, as that was the only feature missing. But now with the G700 I'm running a script on my FPS gaming profiles so that when I ADS using the RMB the dpi switches to 1000 from 2350 which is what I run around with.
Apart from the **** poor battery life, I love this mouse. It's comfertable for right handed gamers, has plenty of buttons and tracks well on my surface.
For G series owners who haven't upgraded to LGS you should try it out and do away with that 90's Set point GUI.
I give it a 8.5/10, would have given it a 9 if it wasn't for the battery life.
Good to hear that it was upgraded to LGS, much more reason to buy the G700 now. I really like the extra button placement on the mouse, esp the little wedges on the side.
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Anyone have any last thoughts before I pop on the Roccat Savu??
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Anyone have any last thoughts before I pop on the Roccat Savu??
savu really good choice for your specifications, it's a really nice mouse with RBG lighting and the easyshift is actually really useful. enjoy.
post #830 of 6207
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Originally Posted by kotakueuro View Post

If you don't care about accel then I'd go for either a Naos 5000 or the older Ikari Laser, they're both incredibly comfortable palm mice.
The Naos has a few software problems atm but Mionix said they're fixing them so we'll see.
The G400 is pretty good for palm, and it has a perfect sensor, so if you don't want acceleration then this is the mouse to get.

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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

The G400 does very well up to 1800 DPI, but it's not that great past that point, but you would have to be on a crazy sensitivity to need more than 1800 DPI.

Thank you for your replies.

Among the Naos, the Ikari and the G400, which one has the sturdiest/strongest build?

I currently have a Razer Mamba 2012, I had to exchange it twice within a year because the right/left buttons lost their bounce and started to make strange clicking noises..
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