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garbage article is garbage
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Quote:
Originally Posted by WorldExclusive;12927553 
Agreed. I bought my G700 for the same reasons.

Same, with one exception. G7. smile.gif Having the hardest time wearing this mouse out. Feel like I should get a new mouse...but it's hard to justify it when this one works perfectly. Hell, I've not even had to replace the rechargeable battery's yet. After 3+ years of use, they still last a full day of gaming between charges! lol!
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post #83 of 108
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Originally Posted by XNine;12916308 
I don't have a problem with Phillips twin eye, but Razer's products are sub-par compared to everything else. Razer used to make solid performing hardware, nowadays it's passed through the QC process (if there even is one) by some uneducated schmuck.

The best mice I've used: CM Sentinel (no joke!) and the Mionix Naos 5000, even though the Mionix isn't very comfy for me.

I dunno what are you talking about man, I got my Razer Naga about year and a half ago when I was running WoW 2600+ arena matches with my pal and its still in perfect condition and never once had any problems with it
Maybe I am fanboy but my full razer set up never gave me any problems , maybe im just that lucky
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I find my Pixxo to work better then the stander mouse I had before it.
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post #85 of 108
Basically this is how it goes down.

Office mouse/generic= decent for OFFICE and basic use.

Gaming mouse= NEEDED for gaming.

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post #86 of 108
I guarantee that my Logitech G9x will surpass any cheapo $12 mouse. I got mine because of the customizable weight and sleek look. That and the DPI change button was an instant win with me. biggrin.gif Helps in games where you have to manually go into the menus and change the sensitivity yourself... eeewww...... >.< Not to mention the 8' long braided cord helps in lan parties when your tower is almost across the room. XD
     
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I actually just replaced a cheap mouse with a Kinzu today and the first thing I noticed was how much easier it was to click a button.
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post #88 of 108
Quote:
Originally Posted by StormXLR;12927878 
Maybe I am fanboy but my full razer set up never gave me any problems , maybe im just that lucky

That's exactly it, you're just lucky. I bought a Lycosa, the lights would turn on and off at their own volition. I took it back, got a second one, the WASD keys wouldn't light up. Bought a Deathadder, right click stopped working three days into it, took it back, got another, worked okay for about 2 months, til the eye would randomly sense what the mouse was doing.

4 Razer products in a year (bought from different places, mind you) and they were all pieces of crap. Like I said, I had a Razer Pro mouse, actually, prior to anyone (got it before retail release) and it still works fine til this day. That was what? 5/6 years ago.

However, I DO love my Destructor mousepad.
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I'm just satisfied with any mouse that is >=1000 dpi.
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Best mouse ever made:

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$12.99 on Amazon.
    
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