Razer mice.

Best mouse I have tried so far is the V7 gaming mouse, only ~$25 shipped and great tracking/feel, enough dpi (2400) and no gimmicks. Better than any razer mouse out right now IMO.
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Had a Copperhead, used for ~2 years. Hated the tapered design since it made it massively uncomfortable to fingertip grip. The silicon highlights on the sides wore away where my fingers sat and the scroll wheel + middle mouse died.

Switched to an Abyssus. Much more conducive to fingertip grip BUT the squared edges of the mouse buttons got really annoying.

Switched to Logitech G9x. Though there are some fairly prominent flaws (middle mouse harder than it should be to depress, sensor is positioned off-center, too heavy even with no weights) it's the best mouse I've used due to ergonomics and well placed buttons. Then again, it retails for $100+ here so it bloody well ought to be.
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I'm rather fond of my Gigabyte Ghost GM8000X, I like the styling and haven't found any others with better specs. To me the Razers generally seem clunky and hugely oversized, not easily gripped in a comfortable manner. It's all about preference.
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Konrad wrote:I'm rather fond of my Gigabyte Ghost GM8000X, I like the styling and haven't found any others with better specs. To me the Razers generally seem clunky and hugely oversized, not easily gripped in a comfortable manner. It's all about preference.
That's bigger than a deathadder in every dimension, uses laser rather than optical (unless you have a triple monitor setup, no need for that extra dpi) and uses a sensor which has built-in mouse acceleration. (unsuitable for gaming)
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Works fine for me. Mouse acceleration can be configured through software or disabled entirely, and I make good use of it in gaming. I'll have to check dimensions, I was under the impression that the Razers are physically larger.
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The Logitech G502 convinces with a precise implementation of mouse movements and a compartment for additional weights. Particularly good: If you do not like the noticeable screen rotation when turning the mouse wheel, it can be turned off easily.
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beryfarnandas wrote:The Logitech G502 convinces with a precise implementation of mouse movements and a compartment for additional weights. Particularly good: If you do not like the noticeable screen rotation when turning the mouse wheel, it can be turned off easily.

Tfw 6y necro
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Obvious spammer. Always best to just report and not reply.
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scottc wrote:Obvious spammer. Always best to just report and not reply.

Makes sense, didn't even think he might be a spammer. To late in the evening for my brain I think.
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