Yup, no humanly noticeable lag! None, zip, zero!
I know this is an ancient thread but I recently had to replace my 3 year old M65 and was looking around for newer products in the same ~$50 price range (which BTW, is what I paid 3.x years ago too). YAY for ignoring inflation! And, I want to comment that this is the best mouse money can buy. It may sound a little insane but I spend about 10 to 12 hours a day gaming, or creating virtual content in apps like PS, LW3D, Maya, Houdini and so on (tho mostly gaming!
) and I've tried all the popular mice, Razor, Logitech (or Logicool as it's called here in Japan), etc. and even some of the odd-balls that looked awesome like the R.A.T. series. I play mostly twitchy games like Quake and so on but recently have begun exploring open-world MMO RPGs like GTAV and ESO etc..
Long story short, every other mouse I've tried (and that is a very long list!) in any price range, breaks before it's time and/or is the victim of incompetent programmers creating/updating it's drivers - and often both at the same time.
With the averages being: breakage in 7 or 8 months and prices in the $80 range one can just figure that they're renting mice at $10 a month or so. That's too much IMO. With the M65 I feel more like I purchased ownership of something - something that'll last! $50 for 3 years, YES! And for the gaming I do it's everything I want in a mouse short of nero-interfacing directly into my brain.
- 5 programmable buttons and a user settable sniper button,
- 3 user definable DPI settings selectable on-the-fly,
- actually "any-surface" operation, and both
- hardware and software (recordable) mouse-macros.
- Oh, and an ultra-comfortable function-fit for my hands.