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Testing mouse accuracy

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Haven't seen this posted, so I thought i should share, http://www.tested.com/tech/accessories/456280-how-test-gaming-mouse-tracking-accuracy/
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
X2 240 Gigabyte ma770-ud3 Gigabyte hd4850 Patriot 2*1GB ddr2 800mhz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD blue 500GB don't use it window$ 20" Philips 
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IBM Corsair cx400 Genius Xscroll 
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This is good stuff, thanks a lot!
I think Logitech is one of the bigger companies, that actually cares for gamers. I've been using Logitech since the Pilot Wheel Ball mouse in the late 90s, which was considered the best mouse for FPS back then. Realizing their level of quality and unpretentious down-to-earth approach to products, I quickly started to use other products, from their optical mice, speakers, in-ear plugs, PSP accessories, and G25, to a G27 more recently, and hopefully the G100s soon. They never let me down once. Which I can't say from any other company I tried gaming stuff from. thumb.gif
Edited by phl0w - 6/9/13 at 2:57am
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Pretty cool. Im a big Logitech fan too and think they make excellent stuff and have great customer service and it is cool to see a major brand like them that still care about and cater to us gamers. On a Razer kick right now though but still own a G400, G500, G700, G9, G510 and a standard mini keyboard for the wife's computer. Oh and a Logitech 2.1 speaker system. So yeah, I like me some Logitech. biggrin.gif
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