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Poll Results: Which mouse?

 
  • 32% (31)
    Razer Lachesis (See Post #43 for pros/cons)
  • 67% (65)
    Logitch G9 (See Post #43 for pros/cons)
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post #81 of 128
You guys have probably never heard of it, but I have just gotten a new mouse from Japan made by Buffalo. To be honest the looks are not so great, but man I love how it handles. It has a button in the middle to switch DPI settings and 6 extra buttons. My old mouse was a Logitech MX510 and this is a great improvement
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post #82 of 128
I can't speak for other Razer products, but my Copperhead doesn't really feel that natural. I still love it because it has a nice red glow and performs flawlessly, but the rubber or whatever it is that protrudes on the sides isn't exactly ergonomic. Other than that, I love it.

The Lachesis looks a little ... awkward. The biggest selling point PC Gamer said it had was its ambidextrousness. They said southpaws don't have to sacrifice anything for the mouse.

I don't know anything about the G9, but I'm sure you can't go wrong with a Razer mouse. I've heard nothing but great things about them which is why I went with one.
Edited by chessmyantidrug - 11/9/08 at 1:35pm
post #83 of 128
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ecchi-BANZAII!!! View Post

The mouse that gets my vote on this will be the Razer Lachesis.
I seak functionalty in a mouse and the G9 sure have those but when I place my hand on a mouse I think for my self will I have the same feeling towards it after I've used it for hours, will it make my hand feel stingy or will it have the feeling of a sore hand.
One mouse I used left me with aches.
This is what the Lachesis did to me after about 20 minuets. My right hand was numb and I had to stop. The G9 I could use all day.
Please only frighten the OP if you have facts and not speculation
post #84 of 128
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Originally Posted by laurie View Post
This is what the Lachesis did to me after about 20 minuets. My right hand was numb and I had to stop. The G9 I could use all day.
Please only frighten the OP if you have facts and not speculation

lol... Do you use a palm grip or a claw grip?

About the japanese mice I doubt I will get something like that in Aus but just in case I can do you have the model number for me?
    
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post #85 of 128
The MX518 has never let me down.


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post #86 of 128
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Originally Posted by laurie View Post
This is what the Lachesis did to me after about 20 minuets. My right hand was numb and I had to stop. The G9 I could use all day.
Please only frighten the OP if you have facts and not speculation
That's what I think for my usage, don't direct it as a fact for everyone.
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post #87 of 128
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Originally Posted by Danylu View Post
lol... Do you use a palm grip or a claw grip?

About the japanese mice I doubt I will get something like that in Aus but just in case I can do you have the model number for me?
I had to palm it. Using claw or fingertip I couldn't reach the buttons.
I have average size hands.
post #88 of 128
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The MX518 has never let me down.
<-image of mx518->
Same here. I love my MX518, if/when it dies I'm immediately buying another one without a moment's hesitation.
post #89 of 128
I bought the lachesis when it came out... returned it the same day

reason being that its not ergonomic, and your hand will cramp up because its very narrow at the back of the mouse... you kinda have to hold it like you would a tennis racket...
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post #90 of 128
To the OP, did you pick one yet
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