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what mouse am i looking for????

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my desk is an L shaped desk. at an angle the tower is only 4 feet behind me in the corner. BUT when running cables im looking at like 9 feet if i follow the "L".

my keyboard needs a USb extension just to use it, and my mouse is plugged into my USB slot on my keyboard.

UNFORTUNATELY both are shot......4 keys dont work, mouse wheel dont scroll. so they need to go.

i think i want to get the Logitech back-lit keyboard, but what mouse should i get? im thinking a wireless one....but everything i read about some of the wireless Logitech mice is they they suck. so can you guys help me out with a mouse??

im gonna have to order like Monday or Tuesday........these two just are about dead......


thanks!!
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post #2 of 5
If you don't want a logitech mouse then the best wireless mouse (at least for gaming) would probably be the razer black mamba. Just a warning, it is really expensive though. Otherwise Microsoft makes some decent wireless mouse. You might want to look into that.
Edited by omnius19 - 3/26/11 at 9:41pm
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so im looking at this cyborg rat9, and the razer mamba............anyone have any suggestions?
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post #4 of 5
Well if you're looking for higher end mice and it sounds like price doesn't matter the rat9 is definitely a great wireless mouse. Each battery lasts 9 hours under normal use and they give you 2. Personally I don't like the cheap look and feel and razer mice. They feel plastic to me but my RAT 7 is very solid. It's also nice that the RAT9 doesn't have to be plugged in to charge since it has those 2 battery packs also, unlike the mamba.
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post #5 of 5
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well i decided to go with the Mamba.........it was at a store near by, i held it, liked it.got it!! i like it a lot so far, just took it off the 3 hour first charge!!
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