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post #11 of 25
Large hands aren't an issue here, lol.
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Hmm, how about that. A thread on almost the exact same question I was going to ask. Incredible!
And I'll take it even further, check the names of our PC builds! Mine's Raven, yours Blue Raven. What a funny coincidence. smile.gif

I also own a G700, been using it corded and without the battery in order to decrease the weight. I've decided to stick with it for now.. until more options surface, will have to buy some replacement feet for it though. Also, Logitech is making a G700s, but I don't think it's going to be worth upgrading from a G700. http://www.gamersnexus.net/news-pc/1050-new-logitech-peripherals

As for the buttons, I am simply binding the 4 side ones with keyboard modifiers (shift & ctrl) since I am extremely familiar with using those in my games, so that's a total of 12 binds on the side for me, I end up playing my keyboard like ******* Mozart, but oh well. tongue.gif
post #13 of 25
Ive put in id say a few thousand hrs using the original naga i would still consider it another experiment in making the perfect mmo mouse. You see with the naga while it will eventually double click and lose its tracking from time to time the real problem with the mouse is its side buttons. Regardless of how many hrs you might spend using it if your not accurate 100% of the time the serious mmo gamer will discard it, thats just the basic truth of the product from this gamers perspective.
Now with the g600 its strenghts lay in 2 points , its side buttons are angled so memory retention is that little bit better and therfore staight out right their its a superior product to the naga. (it takes so little else, regardless of the other benifits of the naga). Now the second one is the 4 way hat switch. Having those extra quick reaction lack of fail on access left and right buttons can be alt/shift/ctrl for 4+ total buttons isnt just brilliant , its mandatory for a mouse today and the mmo design team idea that players want to use 40+ buttons in a mmo.
Now what i cant understand, is neither razor or corsair has scatched their head at all here, its odd from my perspective as they are companies designing gamer products for gamers! Im in no means a logitech fan boy, but boy at least they are a thinking mans company.

Now onto the future of the mmo mouse, what i would personally like to see is the button thats sitting at a 135 degree angle to your thumb to be raised slightly on the bottom side corner so its easier to push (those buttons facing the bottom of the mouse) as you can never roll your thumb
with certainty on the 135 degree facing button. It would be handy in the future to have buttons that you remove and rotate and ofcourse button overlays that can be swapped to go to a 4,6,8 button pad of different sizes to cater for players with bigger hands rather then the current market research of designing mice mainly for toddlers.

As for the m95 witch im currently experimenting with. How can it be superior to the logitech without a 4 way hat switch:(, even if its side buttons are
appearing to be better on the muscle memory then initially thought. corsair might be onto a winner here. future iterations might give away the game tongue.gif
post #14 of 25
I pulled the trigger yesterday on the M95 from Newegg - it arrived at work today and while I won't be hooking it up until I get home, I'm really impressed with the feel of the mouse. Now the only real question for me will be how well the software works - I've been very happy with the Logitech software and while I seriously doubt that the Corsair will be as good, I'm hopeful that it will do what I need and continue to see development.
post #15 of 25
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I pulled the trigger yesterday on the M95 from Newegg - it arrived at work today and while I won't be hooking it up until I get home, I'm really impressed with the feel of the mouse. Now the only real question for me will be how well the software works - I've been very happy with the Logitech software and while I seriously doubt that the Corsair will be as good, I'm hopeful that it will do what I need and continue to see development.
Please share how you like .
Thanks
post #16 of 25
I've only played a couple of sessions with the M95 before taking my rig out of service for new cables and sleeving, but I definitely like it. It will take a bit more time to get used to it as compared to my G700 - I hadn't really noticed this before, but I have a tendency to hang my hand off the back of the mouse. This doesn't work as well with the M95, as those front side buttons and the DPI change buttons are hard for me to reach that way. However, turning the M95 slightly allows me to get to all the buttons without changing everything else about how I hold the mouse...
post #17 of 25
If anyone cares, I think I turned my friend from Corsair to Logitech. He loves... LOVES... his Logitech G600 (i said the same thing) over his M90. Its all about the Logitech!
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Well, bad news for me.

There I was, thinking I could settle with my G700 for another year or so, until something more 'solid' comes out, but no.. it had to **** me up. Left click has started double clicking whenever I try to press it down and drag something, people over at the logitech forums claim it's normal for it to start wearing out. Tried compressed air cleaning, opening it up etc. nothing, so R.I.P. switch, I guess.

Since the corsair is a no-go for big hands, my only options currently are G600 and the Naga 2012. I noticed that logitech won't be adding a new version in their 2013 line, which is sad. Now, the input issue is what's holding me back, and there's just too many people reporting this. More research it is.
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Well, bad news for me.

There I was, thinking I could settle with my G700 for another year or so, until something more 'solid' comes out, but no.. it had to **** me up. Left click has started double clicking whenever I try to press it down and drag something, people over at the logitech forums claim it's normal for it to start wearing out. Tried compressed air cleaning, opening it up etc. nothing, so R.I.P. switch, I guess.

Since the corsair is a no-go for big hands, my only options currently are G600 and the Naga 2012. I noticed that logitech won't be adding a new version in their 2013 line, which is sad. Now, the input issue is what's holding me back, and there's just too many people reporting this. More research it is.
I noticed that with my G700, and my Corsair M90, and my Cyborg MMO 7, and my Razer Diamondback... Its something that plagues my mice. I personally believe that it could be that if you use a 3.0 port instead of a 2.0, it could fix it. All my mice have stopped since I changed ports. Just a thought. Also, for the G700, try uninstalling the software and see if that help.

PS: I owned the Corsair M90 and I have monster hands (I have the palm rest on my MM0 7 at the longest setting) and I found it to be fine. Don't let reviews fool you, me and my monster hands approve of this mouse. You just gotta get used to the many many side button locations.thumb.gif
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post #20 of 25
my friend has a G600 its really nice, esp for a bigger hand. naga is good if you have a smaller hand, i can use either no problem.
id say grab a G600
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