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Similar mouse like the Logitech G9?

post #1 of 29
Thread Starter 
Hi guys,
I was looking for a better mouse than i have now.
Im currently using the Steelseries sensei, and honestly,i miss the feeling of the Logitech G9 which died long time ago.
Any mouse's with the G9 sensor or feeling? The precision on the G9 was very much on point for me, and every other mouse i bought after my G9 died felt OFF.

Mainly because i gamed with the mouse shell off. (g9) or the with small shell on it, kinda hybrid claw grip.

Suggestions?

Was looking at the ZOWIE EC2A?

Also put the order from bad to good,from all the mouses i have owned.

Sensei>Deathadder>Abyssus>G9
Edited by Toxsick - 10/26/15 at 9:58am
post #2 of 29
There's none. Simple as that. There's no mouse alike the masterpiece that the Logitech G9 is. Just buy an used Logitech G9/G9X.

I've bought too many mice looking for one alike the Logitech G9, wich i'm using right now. And trust me, there's none, nothing can compare to it frown.gif.
Edited by VelcroHeadedN - 10/26/15 at 10:12am
post #3 of 29
But you could try the Roccat Lua (worse sensor), Zowie Mico (as bad as the Lua's sensor) and Genius Maurus (meh sensor).
Edited by VelcroHeadedN - 10/26/15 at 10:13am
post #4 of 29
Shape wise a "naked" g9/g9x has no peers. I mean there's the Tactx? Seriously. That's about the closest a mouse has come outside of a cheap clone vomited out of a cheap odm.

I know the feeling, different mouse though in my case.
post #5 of 29
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Originally Posted by VelcroHeadedN View Post

But you could try the Roccat Lua (worse sensor), Zowie Mico (as bad as the Lua's sensor) and Genius Maurus (meh sensor).

Roccat Lua's sensor is fine. It just has all the little catches that a typical 3050 implementation has. However, it's not firmware upgradeable, and has high button delay(+16ms Ikari)
post #6 of 29
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Shape wise a "naked" g9/g9x has no peers. I mean there's the Tactx? Seriously. That's about the closest a mouse has come outside of a cheap clone vomited out of a cheap odm.

I know the feeling, different mouse though in my case.

Don't buy the Tactx, it's nothing alike the Logitech G9/G9x.
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Roccat Lua's sensor is fine. It just has all the little catches that a typical 3050 implementation has. However, it's not firmware upgradeable, and has high button delay(+16ms Ikari)

People still talking about click delay/latency/lag, lmao.
post #7 of 29
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Don't buy the Tactx, it's nothing alike the Logitech G9/G9x.

That was my point, the only thing that comes close to it, is nothing like it really.
post #8 of 29
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

That was my point, the only thing that comes close to it, is nothing like it really.
The sensor in the sensei is not the same like the logitech G9 right?
I know theyre bot laser, avago 9800 or something like that, but i hate the feeling of it.

Deathadder was "OK" but nothing special,it felt like the mouse had a sort of delay on it. had 2 deathadders.

What about the Zowie EC2A?
Edited by Toxsick - 10/26/15 at 11:07am
post #9 of 29
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Originally Posted by Toxsick View Post

The sensor in the sensei is not the same like the logitech G9 right?
I know theyre bot laser, avago 9800 or something like that, but i hate the feeling of it.

Deathadder was "OK" but nothing special,it felt like the mouse had a sort of delay on it. had 2 deathadders.

What about the Zowie EC2A?

No, the sensor in the Logitech G9 is an avago 6090, a sensor without prediction, nor acceleration. The sensor in the G9x is an avago 9500, wich has acceleration, (you really can't notice the acceleration, so don't worry). The Sensei uses the same sensor as the G9x.

The Zowie EC2-A is okay for hybrid claw grip. But it's nothing alike the G9/G9x without any of the shells.
post #10 of 29
You're better off getting another Logitech G9.
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