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1. What's your grip style?
Palm grip.

2. What's your sensitivity?
Usually pretty high. Adjustable would be nice for times when high sensitivity would be annoying.

3. What's your maximum budget?
Aiming for less than $70

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Not really. Just a comfortable vanilla mouse.

5. What games do you play?
BF3, Minecraft, Far Cry 3, Metro 2033, Portal, etc.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
I'm not too keen on what it actually does? Makes my movement more linear?

7. Other relevant information:
Doesn't need any fancy LED lights or buttons. Would enjoy a wireless mouse.

Thanks for any and all suggestions.
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What mice have you used in the past? Just trying to figure out if you have normal sized hands or what...

Unfortunately there are no good wireless mice in your price range. The only good wireless gaming mouse is the Razer Mamba which is ~$100.

My suggestion for best wired mouse for palm grip is the Zowie EC1 eVo.
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I've used a DeathAdder and it was decently comfy. The Logitech G9X made my hand cramp up really bad.
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Originally Posted by 0CALEFACTION0 View Post

I've used a DeathAdder and it was decently comfy. The Logitech G9X made my hand cramp up really bad.

Well then, I stick to my recommendation of the EC1 eVo for you then.

Here's my thoughts on the mouse from another post.
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Originally Posted by Remmib View Post

Pros:
- Flawless sensor
- Really nice rubber texture that doesn't make my hand sweat like the rubber on my Mamba.
- Very lightweight, which is great for low-sens and FPS gaming (I'm sure this is great for all games really)
- Cable is really lightweight as well, since getting the mouse I am pleasantly surprised that it is not a braided cable (which adds weight/stiffness)
- Huge mousefeet, they glide really well on both my glass mousepad (Icemat) and my cloth mousepad (Qck+)
- No annoying drivers
- Great for palm gripping.
- "Notchy"/Heavy Scroll wheel - great for FPS games where you intend to only scroll the wheel a specific number of 'steps'.

Cons:
- "Notchy"/Heavy Scroll wheel - not so great for using internet browsers or games where you want to scroll in and out really quickly.
- Can't turn off the LED that illuminates the mousewheel.

$60 well spent. As you can see there are basically no real cons to this mouse...unless you find Huano switches to be too stiff, but coming from Omrons, it ain't that big of a deal to me.
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