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Trackball for the win! tongue.gif



Can never go back to moving my arm all over the desk with a regular mouse. Used this same model for well over 10 years.

And for the record, I don't play games with this mouse. X360 controller for that. Although this thing is actually pretty awesome for RTS games.
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post #92 of 182
Steelseries Rival and the Logitech G602. Probably end up going with G602 and sending back the SS. Only because of side buttons. I play a lot ARPG games. The SS tracking is defiantly better then G602.
post #93 of 182
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Originally Posted by mrawesome421 View Post

Trackball for the win! tongue.gif



Can never go back to moving my arm all over the desk with a regular mouse. Used this same model for well over 10 years.

And for the record, I don't play games with this mouse. X360 controller for that. Although this thing is actually pretty awesome for RTS games.

one of best mid-laners in europe(Kerp) in League of Legends is playing on this. So it's good for gaming too it seems ^^
post #94 of 182
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Currently having a love/hate relationship with my R.A.T. 5. It's about to die on me after just under two years of use - scroll wheel responds with 2-5 clicks when pressed, one of the side buttons is broken, left mouse button just stops working some times, and the mouse randomly disconnects (I'm a calm guy as well - no gear has been punished for my mistakes). On the other hand (..), it sits well in my hand and fits my style of grip perfectly, which mostly is fingertip and claw. I usually have a hard time getting used to new mice, so I'm arguing with myself over whether to buy another R.A.T. or to actually try something else.

I'm sorry to hear that man. My R.A.T.5 is still working as well as it did when I unboxed it 3 years ago. I've never been able to use the side-scrolling wheel, but I've always assumed that's a driver issue. If this one ever does die on me, I'll likely buy a new R.A.T., maybe one of the white models.
post #95 of 182
I'm not a gamer so my mouse needs are a bit simpler. I like the Logitech M525 because it's small enough to easily fit my hand without being too small, like many laptop mice are. The scroll wheel works smoothly (almost too smoothly; it took a bit of getting used to) without the usual annoying, loud clicking noise many mice have. It's also inexpensive (and I'm cheap). It's wireless and I can operate up to six devices, such as mice and keyboards (although I currently use mice only) from one receiver. I have four of them: one for my desk, one for the nightstand by my bed for use as a remote (my computer is patched into my TV), one for use with my notebook, and a spare also for my notebook in case the other one dies while I'm on the road (I detest touchpads).
     
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post #96 of 182
I'm still using the Mionix Avior 7000 at the moment. However, I'm getting a Corsair M45 in the mail tonight. We'll see how that turns out.
post #97 of 182
Razer Abyssus. Perfect size & I didn't want side-buttons.
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post #98 of 182
Logitech G400, with an RAT7 in reserve for LAN parties.

I love it for the shape and the lack of frills and gimmicks, but mainly for that perfect sensor.
post #99 of 182
On a G400S, Semi/ Using the G500 ( Double clicks ) I will be getting a G700S soon.
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I'm sorry to hear that man. My R.A.T.5 is still working as well as it did when I unboxed it 3 years ago. I've never been able to use the side-scrolling wheel, but I've always assumed that's a driver issue. If this one ever does die on me, I'll likely buy a new R.A.T., maybe one of the white models.

You have to bind the thumb wheel to the left and right arrow keys with the mouse software for it to work. I think I remember reading somewhere that actual side scrolling is patented by Microsoft, lol. I never really used the thumb wheel though, the placement is kind of weird relative to my thumb. If I do buy another R.A.T. I'll probably go for the white R.A.T. 3, as I've never used the weights either, and it's cheaper.

I kind of want to try something new though, but as mentioned, it's hard to find something that clicks with me without actually trying a bunch of mice.
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