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what mouse do you use atm?

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And share your thoughts about mouse that you use
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Logitech G402

Good
  • Sensor
  • Weight
  • Clicks (LMB and RMB)
  • Scroll Wheel (Scrolling)
  • Mouse Feet

Bad
  • Thumb Rest
  • Thumb Button Shape
  • Sniper Button
  • Cable is thick and stiff
  • Scroll Wheel (Click (hollow feeling))

Edited by RealSteelH6 - 10/18/15 at 3:47am
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Logitech

MX518

(LEGENDARY MOUSE)

Great placement for right handed gaming (My preference, but I can use other style mice as well and be comfortable)

The mouse is discontinued

I am pleased with the sensor as well.

I am displeased with the side buttons as far as input lag is concerned (if such a word can be used describing the mouse), but I do like their location and button count.
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I still use a Razer Deathadder 3.5G lefthanded-version, a reliable companion especially for large hands. It feels a bit too flat in the back for me though, the hump is too much in the middle. Most mice are too small for 21cm long hands and hybrid palm/claw grip, the deathadder was pretty nice in that regard.

I plan on getting the upcoming Cougar 400M, since the dimensions and shape sound lovely.
Edited by Nardykil - 10/18/15 at 4:12am
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A4TECH Bloody V7
This is my first mouse that cost more than 10 $, I'm stingy. I am satisfied.
The only downside, IMO is in a different form, at the beginning it was difficult to get used to.
Sry my english.
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For StarCraft (the game I play 80% of the time) and the desktop, I use a Zowie/Monoprice Mico. I posted my original Zowie branded one into the aether a while ago. Sadly, the Mico is flawed in many ways. Its buttons are pretty middle of the road, its sensor is rather poor, its scroll wheel leaves a lot to be desired and worst of all it lacks side buttons. Still, it's the smallest and lightest mouse going with somewhat reasonable components, and it has a Zowie cable. For RTS, it's the best compromise for me (having used all versions of the Razer Abyssus, the Logitech G302/G303/G100s/G9x, the Asus RoG Sica, the CM Storm Spawn, the EVGA X5 and the Ninox Aurora. The only mice I still desperately want to test extensively are the Razer Salmosa Asian Pro Gaming edition, the Commatech Fkmini V3 and older Logitech models like the G3/G1/Mx300. These are all proving elusive)

For nearly every other game (especially FPS) I use a Zowie Za13. Small, lightweight, decent shape, cable and sensor. If the buttons were less resistant I could be convinced to use it for everything, but they're a deal breaker in StarCraft. Contextually its weight is a selling point, but I'd still prefer it to be lighter and smaller.

Mousepad: Artisan Hayate Otsu Mid Large, if it had a stitched edges it would be perfect.

Ideally I'd just have a Mico with a 3366 and side buttons, but we can't have it all. Perhaps a modification is in order...
Edited by TheGMT - 10/18/15 at 7:19am
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For nearly every other game (especially FPS) I use a Zowie Za13. Small, lightweight, decent shape, cable and sensor. If the buttons were less resistant I could be convinced to use it for everything, but they're a deal breaker in StarCraft. Contextually its weight is a selling point, but I'd still prefer it to be lighter and smaller.

Got the same issues in League of Legends and the ZA11, i just couldn't get used to spamming clicks with the huanos, even though they felt nice. Also that scrollwheel..
post #8 of 63
G100s with removed weight

(+): weight, shape, sensor, price
(-): cable, mousewheel, feels cheap
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Torq X3

It's a mouse that clicks and moves the cursor across the screen, that's all I need. thumb.gif
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Logitech G502
  • thumb.gif Sensor
  • thumb.gif Mouse wheel (both modes are useful)
  • thumb.gif Extra buttons are sometimes useful (but mostly disabled to avoid accidental clicking)
  • thumb.gif Shape
  • thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif Weight
  • thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif Slight noise when the mouse aggressively hits the mousepad.
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