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    Logitech m510
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    Logitech m318e
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post #1 of 11
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I want to buy a new mouse for general use and some gaming. I was going to buy the Logitech m510 but I don't know about the input lag or if it has any. The other mouse I was looking at is the Logitech m318e, it's wired though not wireless. Which do you guys think is better?
post #2 of 11
I prefer wired myself, much less that can go wrong. Never tried the logitech ones, but I do love Razer's products.
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post #3 of 11
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Originally Posted by chukster97 View Post

I want to buy a new mouse for general use and some gaming. I was going to buy the Logitech m510 but I don't know about the input lag or if it has any. The other mouse I was looking at is the Logitech m318e, it's wired though not wireless. Which do you guys think is better?

Are you sure you don't want to buy a real gaming mouse? The G100s for example is a good solid budget mouse.

Standard non-gaming grade wireless mice are absolutely unusable for gaming. What is your budget for this?
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post #4 of 11
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I dont play fps or anything like that, im only gonna spend up to 25 pounds. Which of the 2 is better
post #5 of 11
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Originally Posted by chukster97 View Post

I want to buy a new mouse for general use and some gaming. I was going to buy the Logitech m510 but I don't know about the input lag or if it has any. The other mouse I was looking at is the Logitech m318e, it's wired though not wireless. Which do you guys think is better?

I switched back to wired mice, found the wireless just has too many hick ups (stops work for several seconds).
Was using the Logitech MX1000 wireless, now use the Logitech G500 wired.
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post #6 of 11
I can't find any good mouse under $80.00 but if you do get money, I would check out Razer mouses. I've gotten Naga 2012 and 2014, although I'm selling the 2012. It was $80.00 new for both. They do have a lot of buttons though, 17 for Naga 2012 and 19 for 2014. I use the tilting scroll wheel for web pages I develop for and needed macroes that the Razer software could do(2014 is the one that has it). I needed about 9 macroes to do pre-set actions. I'm not sure if you can find a gaming mouse for under $30.00, macroes are just to useful and most mouse at price have few buttons.
Also, the M510 mouse I have is a no-go for gamers. I have one that came with my mk550 wave and it is impossibly slow, not to mention the setpoint for it has no real options. The mouse may last for 5 to 12 months at battery time, but its really slow DPI cripples it, and it's sad to, because it has leather on it. That said, it's a no-no for gaming, curser moves to slow.
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post #7 of 11
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I dont play fps or anything like that, im only gonna spend up to 25 pounds. Which of the 2 is better

Gigabyte makes a decent mouse for a low price.
Check out the M6800 & M6880.
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post #8 of 11
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Originally Posted by Tacoboy View Post

Gigabyte makes a decent mouse for a low price.
Check out the M6800 & M6880.

Those are pretty good, are those the best ones at my price range?
post #9 of 11
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Tacoboy View Post

Gigabyte makes a decent mouse for a low price.
Check out the M6800 & M6880.

Those are pretty good, are those the best ones at my price range?

I've owned two of the M6800 mice and they seem to work fine.
I do not know if there is a better mouse in your price range.
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post #10 of 11
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Originally Posted by Tacoboy View Post

I've owned two of the M6800 mice and they seem to work fine.
I do not know if there is a better mouse in your price range.

Are they normal full sized mice?
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