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Hi guys! I am new here and I joined because I want to buy a new mouse for fps! I will write the details below and I will also write down some mice I have choose after a couple of hours "studying" tongue.gif

1)Fingergrip! In my quest to buy a new mouse I discovered that I hold it with my fingergrip but my palm touches the mousepad so my hand is not tottally on the air all time

2) Size: my current mouse that is very comfort to me (its size at least) is this
http://www.google.gr/imgres?imgurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.itworld12.com%2Fadmin%2Fimages%2Fmicrosoft-oem-basic-optical-mouse-1-0a-black-usb_i33086.jpg&imgrefurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.itworld12.com%2Fadmin%2Fimages%2F&h=275&w=350&tbnid=L0DoEFjNJF26wM%3A&zoom=1&docid=tOHgYMWz_mRuVM&ei=pac4U7vSIKb8ywOqwoHQBA&tbm=isch&ved=0CN4BEIQcMEc4yAE&iact=rc&dur=542&page=6&start=223&ndsp=52

so I would like a same size (or at least definetely NOT smaller)

3)I would like to be accurate enough and to has a good amount of dpi

4) prize: definetely not over 45$

5) I would like also to be reliable (not to be broken in a year or two)

I will write down some mice that are in my mind

1)Sharkoon FireGlider Optical
2)Trust GXT 31
3)Gigabyte Force M7 Thor
4)Sharkoon Fireglider Laser Mouse
5)Gigabyte M6980X
6)Sharkoon Drakonia

From the aboce which one is better and fits my requirements? would you suggest anything else at this price range?

Thank you smile.gif
post #2 of 9
The only mouse that immediately comes to mind is the Zowie FK, but you'd have to deal with no software drivers and only 3 CPIs available. Excellent mouse if you can deal with that, perfect for fingertip users. I own one myself.

The only problem for you is going to be price on that one.

Maybe G100s?
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I have seen zowie but I can't afford it (it costs at about 75$ in Greece )
You think G100s is better than the ones I mentioned?
post #4 of 9
the g100s's sensor is extremely accurate, i would recommend it as well. Right now i'm actually changing between my zowie ec2 evo and the g100s, not sure which i like more. I think in CS GO i like the g100 more and in quake i like the zowie more. But if you're on a budget, then yeah, g100s is the obvious choice. i can't think of a budget mouse with a sensor in the same league. It also has a 3 year warranty.
Edited by Atavax - 4/7/14 at 8:50pm
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Kinzu v2
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thank you for your responses! kinzu is a little bit more expensive! I would buy it if it's a lot better than the logitechs that are on my mind
the one is the g100s that atavax recommended!
the second is the G300!
any thoughts about them or any compare?
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IE3, Xornet, and Sensei RAW are my favs.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Scharfschutzen View Post

IE3, Xornet, and Sensei RAW are my favs.

Do NOT ever get a VSCEL laser sensor mouse for FPS. Just don't do it. Ever. You will definitely regret it later (read: Sensei and all variants of it). Xornet and Spawn are good. IE3 has a low PCS, depends on your sens.
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thank you for your responses! kinzu is a little bit more expensive! I would buy it if it's a lot better than the logitechs that are on my mind
the one is the g100s that atavax recommended!
the second is the G300!
any thoughts about them or any compare?

G100s is still better last I checked. G300's sensor is not as good, I could be wrong but I remember reading that on here.
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TS was lucky he found CM Storm Alcor at decent price (35 euros). Looks by far the best option for his budget.
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