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post #11 of 26
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Originally Posted by mybrainhurts View Post

Zalman ZM-M600R
http://www.overclock.net/t/1595500/zalman-zm-m600r-pics
Around $25

Feels great in hand, fully rattle-free, sturdy, high quality.
Size and shape btw. almost exactly like the classic Logitech RX250 office mouse...

OP should be warned that'll he'll have to update the firmware, default LOD is literally half of a CD spindle. Its a good mouse overall, I still prefer the g100s though.
post #12 of 26
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Originally Posted by 3Shells View Post

OP should be warned that'll he'll have to update the firmware, default LOD is literally half of a CD spindle. Its a good mouse overall, I still prefer the g100s though.

Really? why? Everything the ZM-m600r has is better, sensor is a real gaming grade sensor, clicks are separated from the shell (no misclick while swiping), polling rate 1000hz, no "stuck on 1000dpi without driver" all that for 5$ more
and since when low LOD is bad?

OP should get the zalman
post #13 of 26
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Originally Posted by RevanCorana View Post

Really? why? Everything the ZM-m600r has is better, sensor is a real gaming grade sensor, clicks are separated from the shell (no misclick while swiping), polling rate 1000hz, no "stuck on 1000dpi without driver" all that for 5$ more
and since when low LOD is bad?

OP should get the zalman

I said the LOD is half of a CD Spindle, not a CD tongue.gif, the default LOD is the highest I've ever used in a mouse. For me it was unusable until I updated the firmware and I'm not normally one who complains about LOD. Overall I like the mouse, the buttons, sensor, and build quality is better on the Zalman, but I still prefer the shape of the g100s.
Edited by 3Shells - 8/22/16 at 10:25am
post #14 of 26
So far the EVGA Torq 3 has been a fair replacement for Cyber Sniper it replaced. This one.That cyber Sniper was good for about 5 years.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cyber-Snipa-CSLMST01-Stinger-Mouse/dp/B0013IZVWU

This is EVGA's price

http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=902-X2-1032-KR

The 5 & 10 series can be programed with EVGA's software. I have the the 3 series. That has 3 different scan rates. It is good enough for who it is for.

It can be found for around $20

and it fits my fat fingers
post #15 of 26
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Originally Posted by RevanCorana View Post

sensor is a real gaming grade sensor
OP should get the zalman

The AM010/3320 isn't? News to me.
post #16 of 26
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Originally Posted by 3Shells View Post

I said the LOD is half of a CD Spindle, not a CD tongue.gif, the default LOD is the highest I've ever used in a mouse. For me it was unusable until I updated the firmware and I'm not normally one who complains about LOD. Overall I like the mouse, the buttons, sensor, and build quality is better on the Zalman, but I still prefer the shape of the g100s.

ok fair enough if you like the shape more, but that's really a personal thing. The LOD can always be adjusted by blocking the LED with tape anyway.
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The AM010/3320 isn't? News to me.

yea it's decent but too much deceleration and even spin out at relatively gentle swipe unlike the 3090.
post #17 of 26
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Originally Posted by RevanCorana View Post

ok fair enough if you like the shape more, but that's really a personal thing. The LOD can always be adjusted by blocking the LED with tape anyway.
yea it's decent but too much deceleration and even spin out at relatively gentle swipe unlike the 3090.

2.5m/s is fine for me personally, no notable negative acceleration on my AM010 mice.
    
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post #18 of 26
Since they are so heavily on sale the EVGA Torq X3 and X5 might be a good option as well. I haven't used or seen much about the X3, but I think it is alright and the X5 is a pretty good mouse.
post #19 of 26
Watch for deals or buy used. The g303 was $25 new 3 months ago, and a Kone Pure was $25 a few months before that.
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post #20 of 26
DO NOT get the WMO.. seriously.. NOT practical to use by modern standards.. It also requires alot of mods to become user friendly, the scroll wheel especially.
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