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Hey guys, looking for a new mouse! Would appreciate any help that anyone can give smile.gif Below is what I am looking for in a new mouse:

- It has to be wireless and USB with a nano reciever. This will be a mouse for a laptop that goes around a lot, so I feel that wires get caught on things too often for my liking.
- Small. My current mouse is a Microsoft Mouse 1000, and it is actually ideal size for me.
- Good battery life
- Good tracking. It doesnt need to be the most precise mouse in the world. Just a little bit better than the one I have now would be nice biggrin.gif
- Battery life indicator. Now mandatory, but would be nice.
- I have a fingertip style grip if that matters.
- Lots of buttons. I play games that would utilize a lot of buttons, so it'd be nice to have. Not mandatory, but it'd be nice.
- Durable. This mouse will be carried around a lot and will be expected to last a long time.

Price: under 100$ preferably. Can go a bit over if it is really worth it. I am in Canada if that matters.

I thought of the Razer Naga Epic, but a lot of people say it's durability isnt great. Also, it's reciever is pretty much the equivalent size of a continent.
I also thought of the Roccat Pyra Wireless. Looks very promising to me, but the battery life isnt too good. Will get this if there arent any other great alternatives,

Any good ideas guys? thumb.gif
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How about the G700s? It uses a nano receiver has 13 buttons and shows your battery life with an LED. You can also plug it in to charge it up while still being able to play.
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Originally Posted by WolfeRyan View Post

How about the G700s? It uses a nano receiver has 13 buttons and shows your battery life with an LED. You can also plug it in to charge it up while still being able to play.

Just saying but the G700 is not a mouse that is good for fingertip grip...
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