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Sup guys i want ask u if u can recommend me some mics, sry for my english smile.gif

1. What's your grip style?
i was reading and im a hybrid btw figertip gripper and palm gripper, but moustly fingertip

A pic of my mouse and how i use it
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2. What's your sensitivity?
Somewhere around 1800 dpi, but I can adjust sensitivity in-game to compensate for a lower dpi.

3. What's your maximum budget?

under $65

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Two lateral buttons (left side) for skills. If its posible far enough so i dont need to break my thumb to reach them xD.

5. What games do you play?

MMORPGs, some FPS. But moust important I want buy it for GuildWars 2.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
I'm kind of naive about how prediction/acceleration feels/affects my gameplay so I'm not entirely sure, but I'd like the mouse to be as consistent as possible.

7. Other relevant information:
I've been using a Genius NetScroll 200 Laser (1600dpi) tongue.gif, yea i know, im from Argentine so its hard to find good mouses, but i want to buy a gaming one. The other day i had a bad expirience, I bought a 20 dolars mouse and it had like 15mm LoD, super annoing i had to get rid of it inmidiatly. Even this crapy genius common mouse had less than that, this one has like 5mm, i WANT ONE with 1mm-2mm or something like that, i hate that thing.
Also i want one no bigger than this one, i dont like big mouses, i hv normal size hands. Also i dont want to meny buttons that complicates the gameplay.

I was looking around and found this one the A4 Tech X7 V-track Gaming F3 Usb Gamer. Its cheap enough for me, around U$D 50.
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I read somewhere that the LoD was really bad. That mouse its like wat im looking for, that size, buttons, etc. but if it has bad LoD defenetly i dont want it -_-. Someone know about this mouse? how bad is the LoD?. If its bad, wat do u recomend? remember im from Argentine so has to be a popular mouse or i ll not be able to find it frown.gif.

Thnk u all and sry for my english again, great community smile.gif

EDIT: btw i dont want wireless, bluetooth, etc. just normal ones with USB cable
post #2 of 13
The Logitech G500 might be a good fit for you. I use a G700, which is basically the wireless alternative to the G500, and I love it. It's primarily a palm style grip, so if you like that, it should be pretty good. It has adjustable DPI, adjustable weight, a good amount of buttons (10 I believe), it's wired, and not too expensive. You can get them on Amazon for $55, maybe less if you look around.
http://www.amazon.com/Quality-G500-Gaming-Mouse-Logitech/dp/B007I523V4

The G9x is more of a claw/fingertip style mouse, and it's tailored more for fps. You might like that too if you want the other grip style, but it's a little more expensive.
The CM Storm spawn is also supposed to be very good, some say it's the best claw style mouse around. It's also cheaper than the G9x.
http://www.cmstorm.com/en/products/peripherals/spawn/

Edit: I forgot to mention, the button layout on the G500 actually isn't too complicated, even though there are 10 buttons. Basically you have three for your thumb and there are 2 to the left of your index finger, most people map that to DPI up/down. All the other buttons are the scroll wheel, it has the normal middle click and then side to side for scrolling. I know you said you wanted it simple, but my G700 is pretty similar and I find that it works really well. Much better than Razer's Naga, which is basically just a grid of buttons.
Edited by MME1122 - 3/24/12 at 10:59pm
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post #3 of 13
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The Logitech G500 might be a good fit for you. I use a G700, which is basically the wireless alternative to the G500, and I love it. It's primarily a palm style grip, so if you like that, it should be pretty good. It has adjustable DPI, adjustable weight, a good amount of buttons (10 I believe), it's wired, and not too expensive. You can get them on Amazon for $55, maybe less if you look around.
http://www.amazon.com/Quality-G500-Gaming-Mouse-Logitech/dp/B007I523V4
The G9x is more of a claw/fingertip style mouse, and it's tailored more for fps. You might like that too if you want the other grip style, but it's a little more expensive.
The CM Storm spawn is also supposed to be very good, some say it's the best claw style mouse around. It's also cheaper than the G9x.
http://www.cmstorm.com/en/products/peripherals/spawn/
Edit: I forgot to mention, the button layout on the G500 actually isn't too complicated, even though there are 10 buttons. Basically you have three for your thumb and there are 2 to the left of your index finger, most people map that to DPI up/down. All the other buttons are the scroll wheel, it has the normal middle click and then side to side for scrolling. I know you said you wanted it simple, but my G700 is pretty similar and I find that it works really well. Much better than Razer's Naga, which is basically just a grid of buttons.

The Spawn looks really nice, just wat im looking for, similar to the A4Tech X7 F3 that im searching for, just a little more expensive (U$D 74), im looking if i can find it in Argentine. In case that i dont find it, wat u know about the A4Tech X7 F3?? how is the LoD on that mouse any clue? that one i can find it, but i dont want to buy it till someone with more expirience on mics than me tell me that worth the U$D 60.
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A4Tech F3 is not good choice. It has Pixart sensor with "jump bug" and fake dpi steps.

Quick review by Kand.
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Originally Posted by AquaSurfer View Post

A4Tech F3 is not good choice. It has Pixart sensor with "jump bug" and fake dpi steps.
Quick review by Kand.

Ohhhhh crap, is that bad??? i mean i found two choices the F3 for 50, or the Spawn for 74, theres a lot of diference in price, moustly in Argentine. So u recommend the Spawn even at that price diference? or u can recomend a cheaper mice with the same options (buttons, form, etc) like those two?
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I own both a G500 and a G9x and if you're more of a palm grip gamer, the G500 is one of the most comfortable mice on the market (in my opinion). If you prefer claw, the G9x is a better choice, though you can use a kind of hybrid claw/palm with it. Just my 2cents.gif
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I would recommend the G700 if you can afford it. I have one and the battery lasts a good week or so and I use it up to 8 hours a day on a good day. The dpi settings and different button setups work really well and I have it configured on both linux and windows. smile.gif I've seen it as low as ~$50 and it retails for $100 I think on logitech's site. If you can't then go with the G500 caus it's pretty much the same thing but cheaper
 
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CM Storm Spawn

semi-perfect mouse with the last beta firmware.

only cons:

-thick cable
-weird shape,need a little of time to get used to (at least for me).
-high LOD(you can tape fix the problem)
post #10 of 13
Prices in Argentina are really high stitchfacesmiley.png.
Spawn is great mouse (as long as you like the shape) but it isnt worth 75$ , amazon has it for 40 with free shipping.

Flaws of F3 are not that bad for average user but it's definitely not worth 50$(15$ would be fair price).

I hope you realize that gaming mouse won't give you +10 to skill ;P
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