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I was thinking of the Silver/Grey Sensei

As i said, it's preference.
However i'll inform you about the pros/cons.

First of all, i agree - the mouse looks badass.
But the coating isn't durable. It could wear off after some months.. which would be a big dealbreaker for me.
Some people complained that you can see some light scratches after some days of usage.. don't know if it's true however.




Not cool imo..

Another thing is the glossy finish could make your hand sweat.
Some don't get bothered by it, some do.
Some do like the extra grip, some don't.

Also you would need to clean it from time to time.


If you can live without the features i do recommend the Sensei RAW Rubberized, it's also cheaper ofc smile.gif
Here is the comparison chart:


Edited by Amperial - 4/3/13 at 4:23pm
post #22 of 63
To add to the G400 recommendation, the G400s would be better because of the O.P.'s high sensitivity.

The DeathAdder 4G would be great if you would use 6,400 C.P.I., but, under that, users have had complaints stating "smoothing".
Edited by L4dd - 4/3/13 at 10:43pm
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Edit: double post
Please, delete this!
Edited by L4dd - 4/3/13 at 10:47pm
post #24 of 63
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To add to the G400 recommendation, the G400s would be better because of the O.P.'s high sensitivity.

The DeathAdder 4G would be great if you would use 6,400 C.P.I., but, under that, users have had complaints stating "smoothing".
Depends how high we're talking. The G400's highest setting ripples like crazy. Of course I say that but I'd also tell you if you used that high a setting that you would really benefit from turning it down.
    
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Whatever you do, stay away from the Razer Mamba. Worst mouse I have ever used, and it's probably the most expensive on the market
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post #26 of 63
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Originally Posted by Amperial View Post

As i said, it's preference.
However i'll inform you about the pros/cons.

First of all, i agree - the mouse looks badass.
But the coating isn't durable. It could wear off after some months.. which would be a big dealbreaker for me.
Some people complained that you can see some light scratches after some days of usage.. don't know if it's true however.




Not cool imo..

Another thing is the glossy finish could make your hand sweat.
Some don't get bothered by it, some do.
Some do like the extra grip, some don't.

Also you would need to clean it from time to time.


If you can live without the features i do recommend the Sensei RAW Rubberized, it's also cheaper ofc smile.gif
Here is the comparison chart:


Very true, mine came off at the edge upon days of using it. The rest came off later, and is still coming off. This is a pic I took a while back:





But the good thing about ultra high cpi that raw don't have (i think) is that it was very easy to win armwrestling in witcher 2.
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happy with my Mionix 5000 / 8200 is also really nice
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post #28 of 63
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Mmm those aesthetic issues with the Sensei are quite bad. Not a fan of that. Looking at the DeathAdder now. Cheaper than the Sensei too.
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post #29 of 63
deathadder's a classic, but a big mouse. Compare its dimensions with those of the sensei but I think it is bigger
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post #30 of 63
If you have the option check out the Func MS-3. It is an AWESOME mouse, but rather unknown. Lots of buttons. All customizable. VERY comfortable. The most comfortable mouse I have ever used. Great for palm grip.
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