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I will never use a mouse or kb with wires again.

Obviously you don't play PC games.

Good luck with mouse lag. And no, the more expensive wireless mice are still not as responsive as a wired mouse.
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I will never use a mouse or kb with wires again.

Obviously you don't play PC games.

Good luck with mouse lag. And no, the more expensive wireless mice are still not as responsive as a wired mouse.
Well, the Mamba and G700 are. Although I wouldn't recommend a Mamba (I have one), but the G700 is pretty good (I have one of them aswell).
And you can use the G700 or Mamba as a wired mouse (yes, with the data going via the cable, not just power) or a wireless mouse so you can compare wireless and wired latency.

But I think it's pointless to use a wireless keyboard, since it probably doesn't move anyway.
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post #23 of 25
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Well, the Mamba and G700 are. Although I wouldn't recommend a Mamba (I have one), but the G700 is pretty good (I have one of them aswell).
And you can use the G700 or Mamba as a wired mouse (yes, with the data going via the cable, not just power) or a wireless mouse so you can compare wireless and wired latency.
But I think it's pointless to use a wireless keyboard, since it probably doesn't move anyway.

G700: How's the middle scroll on both modes? Middle click? I have a G5 and it likes to scroll by itself randomly and won't stop till the steroids run out biggrin.gif. I'm pretty set on never buying another Logitech mouse ever. Funny thing is that my MX510 is somewhere and it still works, just needs new feet, but won't use that because of the DPI.
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The quality of the M60 is amazing. Believe the hype, this is a great mouse. Nothing has fit so perfectly in my hands before.

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Well, the Mamba and G700 are. Although I wouldn't recommend a Mamba (I have one), but the G700 is pretty good (I have one of them aswell).
And you can use the G700 or Mamba as a wired mouse (yes, with the data going via the cable, not just power) or a wireless mouse so you can compare wireless and wired latency.
But I think it's pointless to use a wireless keyboard, since it probably doesn't move anyway.

G700: How's the middle scroll on both modes? Middle click? I have a G5 and it likes to scroll by itself randomly and won't stop till the steroids run out biggrin.gif. I'm pretty set on never buying another Logitech mouse ever. Funny thing is that my MX510 is somewhere and it still works, just needs new feet, but won't use that because of the DPI.
Scrolling and middle clicking works well, wired and wireless.
Actually, the G700 has a nice feature with the scroll wheel; press a button under the scroll wheel, and it spins freely. As in, you spin it, and it keeps spinning until you stop it. Or you can use it like a regular scroll wheel.

As far as batteries go, it uses standard AA's, which is nice.
I bought a pack of 4 Sanyo Eneloop's and a charger for it. So when one battery dies, I just swap it out and charge it - The Eneloop's are good rechargables, they last for a lot of charging cycles and still keep most of their charging capacity.

The sensor in the G700 is an Avago 9500, which is the same sensor that's in the Corsair mice. It's a very good sensor; much better than the Philips TwinEye the Mamba uses (and most razer mice. Although the DeathAdder doesn't, and it's a decent mouse)

Some of the mice I'd recomend:
Most mice that use the Avago 9500 (Steelseries Xai, Sensei, Logitech G500, G700, G9x, Gigabyte M8000x, Roccat Kone+, Alienware TactX, and if Corsair fix their software, I'd put the M90 on the list)
MX518
DeathAdder
G400
Microsoft IME 3.0 if you like to use 450DPI (I think it's too low)

I'd avoid any mouse that uses the Philips TwinEye. It's jittery and doesn't detect liftoffs properly.
I used a Mamba and tried to like it. It has a very nice shape, I'll give it that (I think I prefer the Mamba's shape to any other mouse I've tried). But it has a serious problem with going into sleep mode if leaving it alone for a few seconds and not waking up very quickly (being only partially responsive for a while), or sometimes not at all - even if it was in wired mode.
I tried about 10 different firmware updates for the Mamba trying to get one that worked well. Some of the firmware updates even include something called "dynamic DPI scaling", which I didn't want. But none of the firmware updates really made it work properly.
So I bought an Imperator because it's similar to the Mamba but not wireless, and I tried to like it too. But it still just never felt right.

The G700 works flawlessly in wired and wireless mode though. Their receiver is tiny, which I much prefer to the Mamba's huge wireless receiver/charging station.
Changing batteries might be a little bit annoying for some, although the G700 does show a single red light when the battery is low, and a battery charge does last a couple of days usually.
Edited by Apokalipse - 1/8/12 at 12:10pm
     
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