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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-05-2019, 10:18 AM - Thread Starter
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Three side button mice with good sensors?

So i've been using a Logitech g pro since its release and while happy with it, i've started to play wow classic and so my needs have shifted.

I want to move ingame using only my mouse and so i use side buttons for strafing left and right and having been using left + right click together to move forward but have since realized it would be better and more comfortable to have a third side button to move forward with.

I've had a look around and knowing i need a good sensor too there seems to be a few options that fit. The best from pictures alone seems to be gladius rog II with the sniper button but it seems to get universally panned in reviews for all sorts of things so am holding off on buying one till ive weighed up my options more thoroughly.

I've seen the logitech 502 hero but looks a bit bulky and the sniper button seems like it might be too far forward for comfortable use + also saw a '' trust gtx 155'' which looked promising until i saw a top down photo of it. Razer basillisk looked like it might be good for me too but i hate razer synapse + no doubt its **** in many other ways too...


Are there any others out there that are worth a look?
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you can remap the side DPI shift buttons on the side of the 502 too if your only issue is the sniper button is too far away. they're closer to the left click.
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yeaaap, i have all 4 buttons setup on my g9. I just wish i could disable/extend the sleep state kick in.

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you can remap the side DPI shift buttons on the side of the 502 too if your only issue is the sniper button is too far away. they're closer to the left click.
True but in practice i think using 3 movement buttons with my thumb will be far better as left click on its own is used to rotate the camera (without moving character) and so using my index finger to move forward on the dpi buttons is essentially going to be stopping me using left click which is really why i want a new mouse to begin with.

Not long after posting this thread i happened upon the ''Roccat Aimo'' Which seems to tick all boxes other than low weight. Will have to look back and see what the general consensus of the forum is on this as if its good i think i've found a winner (also only £50 on amazon atm which is nice)



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when I was in the market for a mouse I was between the Roccat Kone EMP and the G502 but went with the G502. I've been through 3 in 2 years (all scroll wheel issues) and have been looking for a replacement too.

I've almost been swayed into buying the Model O but it looks like it'd be too small for me (only going by pictures, haven't used one) and there's some QC issues too according to reviews.

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