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What mouse do you use?
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z3noKevinIsPwnrazer viper ultimate is god tier mouse imo. got it maybe 5 or so months ago because it's what bestbuy had when i needed a new mouse asap

get it if you see a good sale on cyber monday or whatevs

edit: read #140

Same here. Was using the g pro wireless until I got double clicking issues but I would recommend either if you can get them for a good price.

I will also vouch for recent razor stuff
I got basilisk ultimate to replace my double-clicking g703, its a few grams lighter than I'd like but it's a good size and still heavy enough for me to not send it to other side of the planet
also has good battery life, with my lighting settings I get around 75 hours, I could probably get more if I turned off lighting completely

[quote=z3no][quote=KevinIsPwn]razer viper ultimate is god tier mouse imo. got it maybe 5 or so months ago because it's what bestbuy had when i needed a new mouse asap

get it if you see a good sale on cyber monday or whatevs

edit: read #140[/quote]

Same here. Was using the g pro wireless until I got double clicking issues but I would recommend either if you can get them for a good price.[/quote]
I will also vouch for recent razor stuff
I got basilisk ultimate to replace my double-clicking g703, its a few grams lighter than I'd like but it's a good size and still heavy enough for me to not send it to other side of the planet
also has good battery life, with my lighting settings I get around 75 hours, I could probably get more if I turned off lighting completely
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#152
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model o- but i want the viper mini. hands are too small to use anything bigger

model o- but i want the viper mini. hands are too small to use anything bigger
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#153
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g403 has been good to me, especially since i got it really cheap. had an issue recently with the mouse not registering that i was holding the click, so considering a gpro wireless

g403 has been good to me, especially since i got it really cheap. had an issue recently with the mouse not registering that i was holding the click, so considering a gpro wireless
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#154
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ireg403 has been good to me, especially since i got it really cheap. had an issue recently with the mouse not registering that i was holding the click, so considering a gpro wireless

If you're attached to the g403 shape the g703 is a good choice. I switched a few months back and the time to get used to the miniscule differences took maybe a week at most (maybe less if I played the game more). The mouse feels and performs exactly like my old wired g403 but wireless, big fan of it.

[quote=ire]g403 has been good to me, especially since i got it really cheap. had an issue recently with the mouse not registering that i was holding the click, so considering a gpro wireless[/quote]

If you're attached to the g403 shape the g703 is a good choice. I switched a few months back and the time to get used to the miniscule differences took maybe a week at most (maybe less if I played the game more). The mouse feels and performs exactly like my old wired g403 but wireless, big fan of it.
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#155
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_Kermitireg403 has been good to me, especially since i got it really cheap. had an issue recently with the mouse not registering that i was holding the click, so considering a gpro wireless
If you're attached to the g403 shape the g703 is a good choice. I switched a few months back and the time to get used to the miniscule differences took maybe a week at most (maybe less if I played the game more). The mouse feels and performs exactly like my old wired g403 but wireless, big fan of it.

I can also vouch for the g703. I switched from a g403 a couple of weeks ago and it immediately felt natural to me

[quote=_Kermit][quote=ire]g403 has been good to me, especially since i got it really cheap. had an issue recently with the mouse not registering that i was holding the click, so considering a gpro wireless[/quote]

If you're attached to the g403 shape the g703 is a good choice. I switched a few months back and the time to get used to the miniscule differences took maybe a week at most (maybe less if I played the game more). The mouse feels and performs exactly like my old wired g403 but wireless, big fan of it.[/quote]
I can also vouch for the g703. I switched from a g403 a couple of weeks ago and it immediately felt natural to me
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#156
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g203. cheap enough, and shape's close enough to my old razer copperhead while recent diamondback is too expensive

g203. cheap enough, and shape's close enough to my old razer copperhead while recent diamondback is too expensive
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#157
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Still rocking the Zowie EC1-A.

I haven't really tried all of these new light mice, because the EC1-A really just feels perfect to me.

Still rocking the Zowie EC1-A.

I haven't really tried all of these new light mice, because the EC1-A really just feels perfect to me.
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#158
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Twiggyg203. cheap enough, and shape's close enough to my old razer copperhead while recent diamondback is too expensive

g203 goes nuts

[quote=Twiggy]g203. cheap enough, and shape's close enough to my old razer copperhead while recent diamondback is too expensive[/quote]
g203 goes nuts
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#159
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thing is, even those cheap mice have those useless features like 8000 dpi where everyone uses 1600 at most and rgb, but there is nothing below g203 that I could buy without those features that i'm aware of

thing is, even those cheap mice have those useless features like 8000 dpi where everyone uses 1600 at most and rgb, but there is nothing below g203 that I could buy without those features that i'm aware of
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#160
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Twiggything is, even those cheap mice have those useless features like 8000 dpi where everyone uses 1600 at most and rgb, but there is nothing below g203 that I could buy without those features that i'm aware of

these features are a part of the sensor spec, lower spec than hero sensor might have smoothing, very high lod or just spin out so you you are right with not going for anything cheaper.

[quote=Twiggy]thing is, even those cheap mice have those useless features like 8000 dpi where everyone uses 1600 at most and rgb, but there is nothing below g203 that I could buy without those features that i'm aware of[/quote]
these features are a part of the sensor spec, lower spec than hero sensor might have smoothing, very high lod or just spin out so you you are right with not going for anything cheaper.
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#161
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Phoenix21Twiggything is, even those cheap mice have those useless features like 8000 dpi where everyone uses 1600 at most and rgb, but there is nothing below g203 that I could buy without those features that i'm aware ofthese features are a part of the sensor spec, lower spec than hero sensor might have smoothing, very high lod or just spin out so you you are right with not going for anything cheaper.

Okay. All i'm saying is that I would be fine with an older spec optical sensor. "Innovation" and new products in this market seem very artificial to me.

[quote=Phoenix21][quote=Twiggy]thing is, even those cheap mice have those useless features like 8000 dpi where everyone uses 1600 at most and rgb, but there is nothing below g203 that I could buy without those features that i'm aware of[/quote]
these features are a part of the sensor spec, lower spec than hero sensor might have smoothing, very high lod or just spin out so you you are right with not going for anything cheaper.[/quote]
Okay. All i'm saying is that I would be fine with an older spec optical sensor. "Innovation" and new products in this market seem very artificial to me.
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