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@General Mars

MMO mice, to my knowledge, are limited to the following:

Razer Naga Standard/Epic/Hex/2012
Razer SWToR
Logitech G600
SteelSeries MMO/World of Warcraft/Cataclysm
Corsair M90/M95
Cyborg/Mad Catz M.M.O.7

If of course, that's what you meant by "similar-type". Out of these, the only ones I could find within $60 are the Razer Naga Hex and the Corsair M90, but I only really looked on Amazon. Having 11 buttons total, the Hex is only borderline "MMO" and the M90 has recently been "replaced" by the M95 (upgraded sensor, softer thumb buttons), which seems to explain the price drop.

You're right, I should have been more specific, I was merely referring to mice that had programmable buttons.

I appreciate you taking the time to look that up for me.

Has anyone used them? Are they any good? I'm primarily using the mouse for WoW, but I also have SC2, and a number of other games. That's why I'm looking for a mouse with programmable buttons for macros, but also one that slides well without skipping.
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post #932 of 6214
"Programmable buttons" is just a marketing term. All buttons and keys on any mouse or keyboard are programmable if you set yourself to the task, especially in games like WoW.
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post #933 of 6214
Ok extra buttons then biggrin.gif.

For the sake of specificity. I like to keep left and right click normal. (I program the mouse wheel on click in, so you again have a good point). I like the option of dedicated buttons setup similar to MMO mice. Hopefully that is better described.
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My first reply would seem to be right on the money then. If 8 extra buttons are enough for you, the Naga Hex is a solid performer for that price, and you get mechanical buttons and a thumb rest as a bonus over the other Naga flavors. Add $5 to your budget and you can get the Naga Molten or 2012, which has a full thumb grid like the SWToR mouse. I own a Molten and I'm loving it.
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How is the Synapse system with the other Razer mice? While I did not have the issues others did with the mouse resetting, I found the system as a whole somewhat annoying. It is not, however, a deal-breaker for me if it means I get a quality mouse.

Edit: I've also read that a lot of people have had issues with the buttons wearing out. I haven't had much experience with Razer as a reference so sorry for asking so many questions. Additionally, have you used any wireless? If so, IYO why is it so difficult to get a gaming mouse to match the tracking of my $15 logitech? (Or did I just have a fluke experience with my SWTOR mouse?)
Edited by General Mars - 1/28/13 at 4:46pm
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To be honest I'm quite out of the loop as to the whole Synapse deal, since I only ever use it to update the firmware and then uninstall it (the last time I had to do that was years ago). To me, it serves no other purpose, as I can set everything I need (macros, DPI, etc.) from within Windows, the games themselves or using AHK scripts.
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I appreciate the input
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So I looked at the Logitech G600 and G700 at BestBuy. I liked the way both of them felt. The G700 is wireless and the G600 is not. I was wondering if anyone has used them, and if so their thoughts on them? I'm leaning towards picking up the G700, the prices are comparable and the G700 is wireless with 13 programmable buttons. Amazon has a refurbished G700 for $56, and a used G600 for $54.

I am wary of the Razer Naga as that is base of which SWTOR mouse was designed off of.
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Aside from my constant misclicking on buttons with the G600, it suffers from delay and pointer jerking issues—I had to return mine because of it—so I wouldn't recommend. I've not tried the G700, but the sensor (Avago A9500) isn't stellar either in my experience.

As for the Naga, you'll have none of the problems you ran into with the SWToR mouse. Wireless mice are notorious for having the kind of problems you mentioned, and the Naga Standard/2012/Hex is wired, plus I've never experienced this issue or heard of anyone else experiencing it, and I've read a plethora of reviews and user opinions.
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just buy a g400 good value for quality thumb.gif

Brand new g400 arrived just today, I'm loving it, feels like it's y2k again. thank you very much for the suggestion.
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