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Hey Tadaen, a buddy of mine from school picked up a Logi g600 a few weeks back...I of course ask him to bring it by so i can try it.
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IDK about you, but I have big hands...I thought it was small and oddly shaped because of the "3rd" finger button. It tracks fine, looks great and you know the software is decent b/c its Logitech, but my overall opinion of the mouse is "enh". The scroll wheels just not right either.

I would recommend one of these over the g600 any day...

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Corsair Vengeance M95 or cheaper lil sista, +10$ off w promo code EMCXVVP76 right now M90



FUNC MS 3 ...I know its more for FPS, but I could make it work!

Just beautiful. Hope I helped some.
 

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What are you using the mouse for? For FPS the G400 is hard to beat I love mine and would recommend it to anyone. As a bonus there is no acceleration issues from the optical sensor.
 

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Mainly mmos. I still tinker with wow occasionally among others I've been trying. Finding that my n52te doesn't quite have enough buttons and i can't figure out a comfortable way to make alt and shift modifier macros with it to expand the usable button space. ( by comfortable i mean physical comfort, have no problem writing the macros just finding a way to put the alt or shift modifier key on the n52 and using it).

If it wasn't for wanting more hotkey space in mmos I wouldn't bother changing, the ms mouse I use currently has worked great since I've had it.
I like that Corsair M95 though...
 

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Thats disappointing about the Belkin HID...I always wanted to use one but never had the opportunity. The M95 is a great MMO mouse, just read the reviews on the net, not to mention the specs...8000+ DPI, 15 programmables, variable response time, braided cable, rubberized coating, aluminum construction, and the LEDs dont hurt. I used the older version and loved it so I can only imagine how nice it really is.
 

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Well it does have three configs that you can swap on the fly it's just not fast enough I think for what I have in mind. Other than that the I love it, have been using it since the original belkin n50? the one that only had 10 keys + D-pad.
 
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