Which Gaming Mouse.

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  1. benny196

    benny196 New Member

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    Well my previous mouse is no longer holding charge, so I am in the market for a new mouse. What I am looking for in it is pretty much cordless (preferable but not absolutely necessary), and a classic style, not those big trackball ones because I honesetly can't see them being good for gaming (Someone please correct me if I am wrong with this.) I am also looking for an optical/laser mouse. I really appreciate the time someone is giving when they reply to this thread.


    Mice I am Thinking about right now. I am trying to keep the price below 100$ canadian although it isn't firm.


    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16826105177
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16826153105
     
  2. Tvan

    Tvan New Member

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    Razer > Logitech > Hell > Microsoft

    No joke, Razer or Logitech, it's all personal preferance. I have a Razer Diamondback and I'm going to use it until it falls apart.
     
  3. DaIceMan

    DaIceMan Jack Bauer > *.*

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    I find that with my big hands the Razer is just horrible. My buddy has one, and loves it, but I find that I can't use it very well.

    I have a logitech MX518 and it fits well and works great. I know they've come along way in technology, but my past experience with wireless mice and gaming was poor. response time was bad and it caused problems gaming, for me.
     
  4. benny196

    benny196 New Member

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    Cool, is it possible to get razer through a retail outlet or is it only available online?
     
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    Tvan New Member

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    Interesting. I like it because all other mice seem too small for my hands. I would get a Logitech, but their grip has never been a favorite of mine.

    I know that Best Buy used to sell Razer stuff, I'm sot sure if they still do or not.
     
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    benny196 New Member

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    Ya I talked to a friend, he just bought one at bestbuy, sadly the closest best buy is 5 hours from here.
     
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    newegg would probably be cheaper anyway
     
  8. benny196

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    Just bought a logitech g5, got it for a real good price at a wholesaler.
     

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