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Originally Posted by T-Willi;13187531 
Alright I have $65 and I want a good gaming mouse and also a mouse pad if I/yall can find the right deal but its not necessary. Thanks

edit: I have a claw grip.

Hi OP,

if you don't need side buttons, the WMO is objectively the best mouse. It is claw grip too. smile.gif

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If you do want side buttons, the waters become a bit murky.

Anyway...
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Razer DA/MX518

Neither of these mice are for you since they are both palm grip.
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Originally Posted by linkin93;13187567 
G500 if you can find it. Yes i am a logitech fanoby (but not of their speakers)

G500 won't do either because it is palm grip and has a worse sensor than both the DeathAdder and the MX518
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Originally Posted by BizzareRide;13187630 
Logitech G9x!

This mouse won't do because it is too heavy. Costs too much and has a crappy sensor as the G500. The G9x also happens to be worse than its predecessor, the G9.
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Originally Posted by TwiggLe;13187687 
I love my Logitech G5.

This guy is just post-padding but either way... The G5's control speed is too low. It's even worse than the friggen WMO, IMO and IME 3.0.
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Originally Posted by Kratthew D. Kraids;13187810 
The Cooler Master Sentinel mouse is very nice. Much nicer than my Lachesis

Shouldn't get either of these Philips Twin Eye mice because they're very prone to problems. You can indeed get a working unit, but still there are better mice at better prices, possibly with better weight and LOD as well.

All this info is available in the sticky.
Edited by cuad - 4/19/11 at 3:41pm
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I wouldn't recommend the G9x unless you plan on taking out the grip, I used it for about 6 months and that thing just hurt my hand/wrist after prolonged use. Without the grip I felt much more comfortable but it was way too small. I'm not a big fan of the scroll wheel either.

Now I'm using a Deathadder which I like much better. It's also cheaper in price too which is always a plus.
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