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Been considering getting another g9x, The bottom and cable is starting to show its age!
    
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For me, the Intellimouse Optical is about the combination of comfort and design. I have yet to find a wired mouse that has one button on the left and one button on the right for Back and Forward. My fingers never have to move. I just press and the button presses. For me, the design of this mouse is pure genius. I hope that I am never forced to upgrade (although I am expecting it some day).

The Kana and Kana v2 has one button on the left and one on the right for back/forward fyi.
post #23 of 48
its great till you ran out of your supply

i loved the logitech m905 anywhere mx mouse, i bought a few even at its outragous launch price of $99 each (now worth about $60). i accidentally dropped one which is now busted, a few have a worn left clicky now i feel sad that i've ran out of my supply of mouses. hate it when cables break from use. i tend to get wireless ones with AA batteries so they last as long as the buttons still work rather then prematurely when battery fails, charger fails or cable snaps.

same goes with keyboards, i loved my microsoft WED8000 keyboard which costs me $450 which now has a few broken scissor keys and i loved my logitech wireless illuminated k800 which also have a few broken scissor keys (mishap during transportation to LAN) now i feel devastated that they are discontinued
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Originally Posted by psyclum View Post

most comfortable mouse chassis ever designed IMO was the MX revolution



unfortunately, it's not a gaming grade mouse and there are some nit pick issues i have with it so i never stocked up on it.

really wished they updated the mouse with gaming grade components and maybe adding a few more buttons like the G700 while retaining the MX revolution chassis.


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The Kana and Kana v2 has one button on the left and one on the right for back/forward fyi.

 

Not bad, but I'm not a gamer anymore. :/

 

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its great till you ran out of your supply

i loved the logitech m905 anywhere mx mouse, i bought a few even at its outragous launch price of $99 each (now worth about $60). i accidentally dropped one which is now busted, a few have a worn left clicky now i feel sad that i've ran out of my supply of mouses. hate it when cables break from use. i tend to get wireless ones with AA batteries so they last as long as the buttons still work rather then prematurely when battery fails, charger fails or cable snaps.

same goes with keyboards, i loved my microsoft WED8000 keyboard which costs me $450 which now has a few broken scissor keys and i loved my logitech wireless illuminated k800 which also have a few broken scissor keys (mishap during transportation to LAN) now i feel devastated that they are discontinued

 

This makes me glad that replacements for the IMO are only about ~$20, and I do plan on buying a few more very soon.

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post #26 of 48
I cannot believe no-one has mentioned the logitech g700s. I have the logitech mx-518 and yes, it is very, very good. I was reluctant to go wireless for so long because of that *tiny* bit of lag that you feeeeel when gaming (modern mousies have overcome this lag). g700s is super comfy, simple, functional, and feels very, very good. I have kinda large hands and the main prob i have with mousies is they don't fit (mx-518 was even a tad small). g700 fits very nicely, and I am even hanging off the back of it and it is still comfy. My friend recently bought a Razer Ouroborus and he still regards my mouse with envy. Oh and one more thing, compared to a LOT of wireless mice that I have encountered over the years, g700 is surprisingly light; not a brick, and not a feather. I would give it a heck-of-a-thumbs up. Good looking thing too.
post #27 of 48
Nah no reason to stockpile.
Since there is no older mice that I would want anymore anyway.

Got most of them lying around collecting dust aswell.

Takasta sells Intelli 1.1 aswell quite cheap biggrin.gif
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If they haven't been used and are just as clean as they are when they're fresh out of the retail box, then I'd buy them.

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I cannot believe no-one has mentioned the logitech g700s.

Because people still have that in stock.
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I love my G500. I don't have spares, but I replaced the left clicker switch and have a spare one of those on stand-by smile.gif Don't think any other mouse will satisfy my needs unless it's identical button-wise to the G500.
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