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Which gaming mouse I should get?

A MMO Mouse such as Logitech G600/Razer Naga or a regular gaming mouse like Logitech G400 (FRANKIEonPCin1080p's Mouse), Logitech G500 (My cousin's mouse), Logitech G700 Wireless (My friend's mouse).

Games: I'll be using a gaming mouse to play Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Tera Rising Online, Planetside 2, Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Source, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and maybe other games if I find one.

Anyway, which mouse I should get?
I mean should I grab the Logitech G600 MMO mouse that has 20 buttons which I can use it for MMO and also FPS games. I mean I can program bind it to those 20 buttons for controls, so I have faster time to react however the tradeoff is it might be a bit small for my hand and doesn't seem durable (can't confirm it yet).

Or I should grab "Logitech G400, Logitech G500 or Logitech G700" which it has decent amount of buttons for mostly FPS gaming. The gaming mouse does look big enough for my hand however the tradeoff I might find is there isn't enough buttons for the MMOs.

What is your opinion guys?
     
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shouldn't you know best if you want more buttons or not?

either way, for an mmorpg mouse your only choices should be the old naga which is great for small hands and people that want to lift up their mouse without hitting the side buttons, or the new naga 2014 which is bigger with better buttons, but terrible for lifting due to design change. the other mmo mice are terrible in comparison.
Edited by Ihateallmice - 8/20/13 at 2:44am
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I wish I had a life decision dilemma like that.

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I'v owned a g4 g500 and im on a g700s. the g700s buttons are a little to high up and annoying to use, the g500 had a much better button placement for myself. Theres a new naga out, 2014 edition. The new naga has scroll wheel tilting which is why I use logitech mice, mechanical thumb grid buttons, and a new shape. im really thinking of switching to razer products for this new one.
Edited by nazarein - 8/20/13 at 4:20am
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shouldn't you know best if you want more buttons or not?

either way, for an mmorpg mouse your only choices should be the old naga which is great for small hands and people that want to lift up their mouse without hitting the side buttons, or the new naga 2014 which is bigger with better buttons, but terrible for lifting due to design change. the other mmo mice are terrible in comparison.

Sadly, my hand isn't small. It is quite medium to big I would say.
Not sure if Razer Naga and Logitech G600 is big enough.
     
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