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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-11-2010, 03:39 PM
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try out razor deathadder (buy it)
or mx518?

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Originally Posted by Asgaroth View Post
So I've tried today G500 after using Revolution MX.

The plastic on that mice is just feels cheap and horrifically bad for my taste.

Unfortunately BestBuy didn't have any razers on display.

anything else worth looking at?
In exactly the same situation. My MX revolution died and Logitech is sending me a MX Performance back, but I went ahead and bought the G500. It was between that and the Deathadder. I've used the Razer Mamba and was unimpressed. So I figure the Deathadder couldn't be any better.

I bought the g500 from Bestbuy, and they had several Razers on display at my location. I think the plastic feel is just something you have to get used to. Remember that it is gamer oriented.
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I still have my MX Revolution but upgraded to a Death Adder and I can honestly say, it's a really good mouse. Feels good and is very comfortable. I've heard it's good for claw grippers but I find it just nice for the palm grip style which I use.

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Originally Posted by Kye7 View Post
cool second post.
feels dont matter, functionality>looks/feel
13 buttons dude! how can you complain? i havent held it myself yet even though its rught next to me tempting me to... (christmas present)
I think you're thinking of the G700.

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  • Big hand (the size of G500 is just fine)
  • laser
  • wired
  • side buttons on a left side
I like fast scroll (unfortunately only logitech has it )

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Those features you want sound like either the Mionix Naos 5000 or the Roccat Kone[+]. Both seem to have the features you want, but they are both designed for those with a palm grip. People say the Roccat Kone[+] is for those with large hands and it is heavy.
I'm still trying to decide which of these gaming mice should I buy.

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