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post #6391 of 6407 (permalink) Old 09-14-2019, 02:30 PM
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I have amazing Logitech G900 mouse but I listen a lot about Logitech G502 mouse, first model, wired, withour Hero16k Sensor and his great build and quality.
Actually that's maybe most famouse gaming mouse. Later Logitech launch G502 Hero wired, and later G502 Hero Wireless... I would like to know is it quality, durability same or these new mouse suffer from some flaws not visible on first original version. Very often with hardware such things happen.
If not maybe G502 Wireless is best mouse of that shape and I would like to have one for backup. What you think.
Because usually I could find them for 80-90 euro, same as G900.
His Fast Scroll is necessary for me and because of that G Pro example is not option.
And Scroll type on G502, G900, G903 and similar models is best Scroll type on market without doubt.
Even dirt is very hard to stay on that. Once per week with alcohol and scroll is like new, except I don't use Middle Mouse Button in games.
Always change on side buttons.
If someone have both original G502 first model and newest G502 Lighspeed and could confirm they are same except more precise and wireless that would be very nice to hear.
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Need new reliable mouse

Hi all,

I am looking for a reliable gaming mouse. Budget is $80. I have a palm grip with small-ish hands so I like small mice. My favorite ever was an MX518. I use my computer 12-14 hours a day for work and gaming. I have a G603 but the mouse wheel is wonky and will often scroll the opposite way (even with updates).

I don't want anything from Razer: I have gone through 3 Razer deathadders in 2 years (2 from RMA). They have not been reliable in my experience.

Any suggestions appreciated!
Thank you.

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Logitech G MX518 Legendary ( HERO Sensor )
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Logitech G MX518 Legendary ( HERO Sensor )
Nixeus Revel Fit ( pmw 3360 Sensor )
Thanks a lot for these suggestions!

I"ll give the Nixeus Revel Fit a try since it's on sale and reviews are great. It's good to know they brought back the MX518; I'm ecstatic and might buy one later as well.

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Software for the Nixeus Revel works for the Revel Fit too
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Does Nixeus even have a single original product design? XD Or is it all copies.
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How about wireless 1-3-1 mouse for 20x11cm hands? At this size there seems to be only mamba wireless?

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How are the options for comfort focused mice these days? I haven't been in the market for a while and it seems much more raw performance focused than it used to be, having trouble finding something to my spec.
Hands are 8x4''(20.3x10.2cm.) Can't stand soft-touch materials, rubburized sides are fine, just the coating you get on mouse buttons/palm rest makes my skin crawl. Play top down games @ 4K/30-60FPS so sensor isn't important. Higher weight preferred.

Have owned a couple G500s which hurt(pressure from the hump at base of fingers,) a Theron which seems a bit narrow, owned a RAT 7(think I sold it because of a pressure point like the G500, and I got into gaming on an Abyssus which I loved but I don't play FPS games these days and want a larger mouse.
I daily a Xornet.. I've been using fingertip grip to avoid full contact with ST materials and because I've owned a number of mice that didn't quite fit right. I'd call it more a cope than a preferred style. I'll adapt my grip for better comfort. I ideally want my wrist level with my arm which means resting my palm on the back of a mouse vs the pad with my current setup.


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Quote: Originally Posted by RedCloudFuneral View Post
How are the options for comfort focused mice these days? I haven't been in the market for a while and it seems much more raw performance focused than it used to be, having trouble finding something to my spec.
Hands are 8x4''(20.3x10.2cm.) Can't stand soft-touch materials, rubburized sides are fine, just the coating you get on mouse buttons/palm rest makes my skin crawl. Play top down games @ 4K/30-60FPS so sensor isn't important. Higher weight preferred.

Have owned a couple G500s which hurt(pressure from the hump at base of fingers,) a Theron which seems a bit narrow, owned a RAT 7(think I sold it because of a pressure point like the G500, and I got into gaming on an Abyssus which I loved but I don't play FPS games these days and want a larger mouse.
I daily a Xornet.. I've been using fingertip grip to avoid full contact with ST materials and because I've owned a number of mice that didn't quite fit right. I'd call it more a cope than a preferred style. I'll adapt my grip for better comfort. I ideally want my wrist level with my arm which means resting my palm on the back of a mouse vs the pad with my current setup.
you need a palmable mouse, like deathadded elite or one of later roccat with owl eye sensor, or zowie EC-B series, or (sorry for this) g502

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you need a palmable mouse, like deathadded elite or one of later roccat with owl eye sensor, or zowie EC-B series, or (sorry for this) g502
Thanks for your advice. I checked out the mice in question and decided on the CM MM830. Seems similar in size/shape to your recommendations with a thumb rest, PBT plastics, and a good price.
I was close to buying either the Zowie EC-B(glossy) or Logitech G604 but couldn't justify the prices.

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