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I need a new mouse what do you recommend.

#1Fate8Posted 11/27/2013 1:34:39 PM
I have been using this microsoft wireless mouse for probably 6 years now and it has actually been a very fine mouse. It is time for a new one however. The new one needs to be wireless and 60 dollars or less. What should i buy? I will be using it to game a little bit. I mostly play slower paced games with the lone exception of counter strike go.
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#2PraetorXynPosted 11/27/2013 3:10:46 PM
Wireless automatically means you have a flawed sensor.

If you use it at a desk get a Logitech G400s as you don't need wireless.
If you use it from a couch get a Logitech G700, but it has a flawed sensor.
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#3MaxCHEATER64Posted 12/1/2013 5:02:04 PM
I love me G700S.
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#4wildog2006Posted 12/1/2013 5:22:52 PM
'flawed sensor'

I keep hearing this with nothing ever posted to back it up. Define 'flawed'. I use a g700s at home and work and have 0 latency issues, 0 tracking issues, 0 acceleration issues both wired and wireless. I used to use a Deathadder, which is claimed to have a great sensor. Doesn't feel any different than the g700s.
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#5Love_Me_SexyPosted 12/1/2013 5:36:36 PM
Evoluent Vertical Mouse 4.

Best mouse you will ever use.
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#6somebadlemonadePosted 12/1/2013 5:43:25 PM
wildog2006 posted...
'flawed sensor'

I keep hearing this with nothing ever posted to back it up. Define 'flawed'. I use a g700s at home and work and have 0 latency issues, 0 tracking issues, 0 acceleration issues both wired and wireless. I used to use a Deathadder, which is claimed to have a great sensor. Doesn't feel any different than the g700s.


honestly if you have them set to the same circles per inch ratio, the difference is minimal, and you need either a really attuned sensitivity of your mouse to notice, and those people are so few and far between

oh and here is another fun fact, there is no such thing as flawless, they are just less flawed, and the margin of flaws from other mice at so small your average gamer wouldn't notice the difference, and your brain will get used to the ones that are super flawed either way, so that doesn't even matter
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#7KamenRiderBladePosted 12/1/2013 5:44:20 PM
Logitech G602

If you can spare a few bucks, it'll be worth your while IMO.
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#8my_name_is_EdPosted 12/1/2013 5:52:02 PM
CM Storm Xornet.

I wouldn't bother with the CM Storm Spawn. It's the Xornet with slightly higher DPI settings, for an extra $15
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#9wildog2006Posted 12/1/2013 6:00:18 PM
but what are the 'flaws' that a sensor can have?
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#10MaxCHEATER64Posted 12/1/2013 6:02:40 PM
wildog2006 posted...
but what are the 'flaws' that a sensor can have?


Acceleration.
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