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  1. What's your grip style?
    less extreme claw, right handed.
    My fingertips dont actually touch the mouse, it's between the middle of my fingerprint and the fingertip that touches.
  2. What's your sensitivity?
    around 3300 DPI
  3. What's your maximum budget?
    $80
  4. Do you want additional buttons?
    I prefer having at least two buttons for back and forward.
  5. What games do you play?
    LoL, CS:GO/S, SC2
  6. Do you mind about prediction?
    I think so?
  7. Other relevant information:
    Input anything else you want. Some examples: LOD, ambidextrous shape, weight, wireless, non-braided cord, glossy finish, button activation force, driverless, onboard memory, etc

    No wireless please.

I've been considering the Mionix Avior 7000 and the Razer Deathadder 2013.

One question i have:
does mionix have any known brand problems?

I had a razer naga epic for a couple years, and it crapped out, started double clicking and all. I looked around, and that seems to be a pretty common problem with razer.

The same thing happened to me with my logitech g500, and i'm wondering if that's going to happen with the mionix as well.
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Originally Posted by nutellarain View Post

  1. What's your grip style?
    less extreme claw, right handed.
    My fingertips dont actually touch the mouse, it's between the middle of my fingerprint and the fingertip that touches.
  2. What's your sensitivity?
    around 3300 DPI
  3. What's your maximum budget?
    $80
  4. Do you want additional buttons?
    I prefer having at least two buttons for back and forward.
  5. What games do you play?
    LoL, CS:GO/S, SC2
  6. Do you mind about prediction?
    I think so?
  7. Other relevant information:
    Input anything else you want. Some examples: LOD, ambidextrous shape, weight, wireless, non-braided cord, glossy finish, button activation force, driverless, onboard memory, etc

    No wireless please.

I've been considering the Mionix Avior 7000 and the Razer Deathadder 2013.

One question i have:
does mionix have any known brand problems?

I had a razer naga epic for a couple years, and it crapped out, started double clicking and all. I looked around, and that seems to be a pretty common problem with razer.

The same thing happened to me with my logitech g500, and i'm wondering if that's going to happen with the mionix as well.

I use the Avior 7000. No problems at all. They are a very small company and respond extremely fast to support requests if anything were to go wrong. See my review thread for more info about the mouse, that should help you decide a little better.
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ASUS VG248QE SteelSeries 6Gv2 MX Red Corsair TX650 NZXT Source 210 
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Zowie FK1 Puretrak Talent ASUS Xonar DG Sennheiser PC350 
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