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Razer deathadder (ive owned one for 4 years, 0 problems), logitech g9x, cyborg rat 7. From what I've hear those are great, the deathadder and the logitech being the better of the bunch.
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post #222 of 285
I went from a Logitech MX518 to a G9 to a G500 to a Corsair Vengeance M60.

The MX518 lasted for many years and I only replaced it because I was building a new rig.

I loved them all but my G9 (2nd one, lost the 1st in an apartment fire) stopped responding so I went to the G500.

I found it to be more comfortable than the G9 and I'd still be using it except I then was given the M60 by Corsair for some work I did for them.

After a short adjustment period I like it just as much.

I only hope they eventually add the ability to toggle the sniper thumb button on and off instead of requiring it to be held down.
post #223 of 285
I have a Logitech G400 and couldn't recommend it enough. My brother has gone through 3 Razr mice, a cooler master mouse, and the cyborg ratt in the last 2 years. He picked up a G400 and hasn't looked at anything else since. He loves it the most, out of everything he has owned.
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Hey, does anyone else think it's a bit ridiculous that I'd currently recommend something made by Mad Catz, a peripheral manufacturer famous for making crappy console accessories, over something made by Steelserise, a company that's been in the PC gaming business for years?
Nope, because your recommending something LICENSED by MadCatz, but manufactured by Saitek. They have high quality stuff and its all good. I currently recommend the R.A.T 7 / M.M.O 7
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Nope, because your recommending something LICENSED by MadCatz, but manufactured by Saitek. They have high quality stuff and its all good. I currently recommend the R.A.T 7 / M.M.O 7


Madcatz has full ownership of the saitek branding. They're manufactered and produced by a 3rd party OEM (like most mice).

In fact, they dropped the saitek or cyborg branding on recent boxes. (Like it really matters...)
post #226 of 285
Here's my new CM Storm Inferno.. LOVING it sofar. Screw logitech!

Here's the Inferno vs the G9x

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What about the Mionix NAOS 5000 or the Steelseries Ikari?
 
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post #228 of 285
Mionix 3200/5000 and the QPAD 5K L.E are currently the best mice for palm grippers( The latter being higher-tier). Don't listen to these people who suggest Razer/Logitech/Steelseries, they usually buy into american-hyped products instead of actually looking around. When it comes to buying a mouse you want grip, and I mean solid grip where none of your fingers scrape across the mouse pad causing drag.

Here's a video of me using the Mionix 5000( Watch @ 720p Full Screen):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mpa511mgY5E

There's no better way to benchmark your mouse performance than in OSU! since it pretty much has the highest skill-cap for mice.
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Mionix 3200/5000 and the QPAD 5K L.E are currently the best mice for palm grippers( The latter being higher-tier). Don't listen to these people who suggest Razer/Logitech/Steelseries, they usually buy into american-hyped products instead of actually looking around. When it comes to buying a mouse you want grip, and I mean solid grip where none of your fingers scrape across the mouse pad causing drag.
Here's a video of me using the Mionix 5000( Watch @ 720p Full Screen):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mpa511mgY5E
There's no better way to benchmark your mouse performance than in OSU! since it pretty much has the highest skill-cap for mice.

Logitech and SteelSeries are actually based in Europe (Germany and Denmark respectively), same as Mionix and Qpad, so I don't get your point rolleyes.gif

OSU! is a game that might require good tracking (as in not perfect in any way), where the sensors of your recommended mice might work well, but other games do have other requirements for which those mice might not be particularly fit.

@OP :
If you're looking for good tracking quality on high DPI (4000+), you might want to get either a mouse with PTE sensor (same sensor as your Naga, if that fitted you, you could get a new one), like the RAT7 or some CM that came with PTE too, or any of the thousands of mice equipped with A9500. I doubt you will be able to notice the accel at high DPI wink.gif
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Not even going to bother with that one, DeMS. wink.gif
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