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Thread Starter 
What is the best mouse Of the shape of the mouse pictured, and what shape would you call that (so I know how to look for it)










I have really grown so used to that shape type that I would much rather buy that specific shape than say a razer death adder
post #2 of 7
i think that logitech you pictured is not bad for its shape.
my friends brother uses one for FPS all the time and owns. he likes the mouse alot.

or you can try this when it launches http://gamingshogun.com/2013/05/28/mionix-unveils-avior-8200-gaming-mouse/

i think thats pretty close
i couldn't really think of anything else but im sure there will be others who can help out.
Edited by discoprince - 6/3/13 at 10:32pm
post #3 of 7
I'd like a mouse of that shape too. Unfortunately, for the moment you'll have to compromise if you also want the mouse to have a decent sensor. Try one of these:


Zowie FK


CM Storm Recon
post #4 of 7
(Excuse the double post.) Come to think of it, if you're willing to experiment you could try this one:


Hama uRage Reaper 3090

Sensor: Avago A3090 (the best on the market)
Weight: 102gr (without cable or extra weights; unconfirmed)
Prediction: Can be toggled on or off in the driver software.

Supposedly the cursor jumps a bit when the mouse is lifted, but that might be fixable with tape or a different mouse pad if it's even true. Also, the build quality might not be the best. I've been thinking about trying one of these for a while.
post #5 of 7
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The ZOWIE is defiantly not the right shape and the second one is just wierd

The 3rd one thought looks OK but its not really a well known mouse
post #6 of 7
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Originally Posted by white dynamite View Post

What is the best mouse Of the shape of the mouse pictured, and what shape would you call that (so I know how to look for it)
Ergonomic. Or "generic chinese mouse", if you look up random no name $10 mice most of them have that shape.
Edited by PUKED - 8/1/13 at 5:49pm
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Did anyone try the Hama uRage Reaper 3090?
If so how are the switches? Is 1000hz stable?
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