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post #11 of 32
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G400 unbeaten in the price-performance ratio, very good sensor, very good software. If you like the shape - go for it.

yep that's true. the prize is awesome for what you get with this mouse. simple good functionallity and solid quality.

honor where it belongs to. smile.gif
post #12 of 32
DeathAdder and G400 from your list.

I additionally recommend Roccat Savu, which offers similar performance, good build quality, a different shape, and a great driver.
post #13 of 32
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ghost_z, those out of stock at this moment. I was choosing between it and M60 and chose M60 at the end because Roccat has too many problems with this mouse (in the shop the assistant guy said the mouse was returned back 4 times because their scroll botton broke).

Basically i have this list so short because it's been only 16 (lol) days from the new year hollidays and a lot of shops are out of stock atm :/

Deathadder's price is 95$ and G400 is 63$ at max price. Is Deathadder really worth the additional money?
post #14 of 32
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Originally Posted by Neonai View Post

ghost_z, those out of stock at this moment. I was choosing between it and M60 and chose M60 at the end because Roccat has too many problems with this mouse (in the shop the assistant guy said the mouse was returned back 4 times because their scroll botton broke).

Basically i have this list so short because it's been only 16 (lol) days from the new year hollidays and a lot of shops are out of stock atm :/

Deathadder's price is 95$ and G400 is 63$ at max price. Is Deathadder really worth the additional money?

1) Death adder has probably even more issues than roccat, like left click dying etc.
2) roccat kova was a bit unrefined but as far as i know roccat + has got good reputation, maybe those 4 were unlucky tongue.gif
3) yes m60 is also a good option, but its very very different in design and is more suited to claw grippers than palm grippers, so try it before buying, as far as bang for buck and ergonomics are concerned nothing beats g 400 and roccat kova + !
post #15 of 32
$95 for a Deathadder?!

Yeah, go with the g400.

If you can get a Deathadder for a reasonable price, it's the mouse I'd recommend though. It has a classic shape and a perfect sensor. I haven't heard of any reliability issues with Deathadders, at least not any more than any other model of mouse.
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post #16 of 32
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ghost_z, those out of stock at this moment. I was choosing between it and M60 and chose M60 at the end because Roccat has too many problems with this mouse (in the shop the assistant guy said the mouse was returned back 4 times because their scroll botton broke).

Basically i have this list so short because it's been only 16 (lol) days from the new year hollidays and a lot of shops are out of stock atm :/

Deathadder's price is 95$ and G400 is 63$ at max price. Is Deathadder really worth the additional money?

Whoa whoa, DA is $95? Where? Amazon sells the regular version for ~$50. If the prices are like that in your place, then buy the G400.
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Whoa whoa, DA is $95? Where? Amazon sells the regular version for ~$50. If the prices are like that in your place, then buy the G400.

Not everyone lives in America.

post #18 of 32
this one isn't listed but I found a killer deal on it, steel series Xai, onboard memory, profiles, simple non-DRM software that doesn't need to be running:

http://www.overstock.com/Electronics/SteelSeries-XAI-Mouse/5765213/product.html?cid=202290&kid=9553000357392&track=pspla&ef_id=UPbIJAAAFiqQ-BcJ:20130116153252:s

that's a steal on a great mouse imo
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post #19 of 32
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$95 for a Deathadder?!

Yeah, go with the g400.

If you can get a Deathadder for a reasonable price, it's the mouse I'd recommend though. It has a classic shape and a perfect sensor. I haven't heard of any reliability issues with Deathadders, at least not any more than any other model of mouse.

lol what? My razer nagga was like 50 euros , 95 for the Deathadder is a lie!
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post #20 of 32
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Just an average city in Russia. The shop has some overpriced stuff but it's the only place i found the mouse after the holidays. On Razer.ru Deathadder sells for about 89$ so biggrin.gif

UPD: i found it for about 86$ and had a chance to touch it. Man, i loved it! It fits my hand well and is really comfortable! I srsly do consider buying it even tho it is overpriced. I wonder if G 400 is close to deathadder's shape? Because really i felt just awesome. The only thing that scares me is the lift problem - is it that bad?

ATM i am using friend's Razer Copperhead (it's about 3-4 years old and he cnanged it due to its double-click problem which i haven't expirienced yet for some reason) and it's feels so "sticky" after glancing M60 even on the table. Has anyone here used M60 and another mouse and felt the same?
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