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I got my death adder a while back and have had no problems with it what so ever. Since then I have bought my girlfriend one and both of my brothers had to get one once they tried mine.

I have no brand loyalty to razer by any means but, when a product works well, it works very well.

So now fast forward almost a year and my girlfriends dad is now getting into gaming.. I noticed this thing right here which seems pretty hardcore.

Any reason to stick with death adder over this?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826146014
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Originally Posted by Snow_Fox View Post
I got my death adder a while back and have had no problems with it what so ever. Since then I have bought my girlfriend one and both of my brothers had to get one once they tried mine.

I have no brand loyalty to razer by any means but, when a product works well, it works very well.

So now fast forward almost a year and my girlfriends dad is now getting into gaming.. I noticed this thing right here which seems pretty hardcore.

Any reason to stick with death adder over this?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826146014
I would get the Logitech G500. Kills that gigabyte mouse + its on sale for 52.00 -20 rebate =32.00 Amazing deal.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...ogitech%20G500

Or even the G700 is he wants a wirless gaming mouse but that runs about 80.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-377-_-Product
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i use an old MX518 and love it. most mice are good enough these days, just find the one that fits your hand/grip and you will be happy.
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Originally Posted by Snow_Fox View Post
I got my death adder a while back and have had no problems with it what so ever. Since then I have bought my girlfriend one and both of my brothers had to get one once they tried mine.

I have no brand loyalty to razer by any means but, when a product works well, it works very well.

So now fast forward almost a year and my girlfriends dad is now getting into gaming.. I noticed this thing right here which seems pretty hardcore.

Any reason to stick with death adder over this?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826146014
If it aint failing ya, don't bother. I've bought lots of mice only to use my 3.0 again each time.
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If it aint failing ya, don't bother. I've bought lots of mice only to use my 3.0 again each time.
well the mouse is for him not myself.. but, good point..

Tried and tested is hard to beat..
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Western Digital Caviar black 750 GB Sony Optiarc 24x Dvd/Cd Rewriteable Win 7 64 bit Samsung 23" SyncMaster 
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xArmor U9BL Corsair 750w Corsair 650d Logitech G600 
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