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Which mouse should I get?


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Tornel

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I've been trying to decide which gaming mouse I should get. I've looked through all the Razer ones, all the logitech ones, and a lot of others. I recently came upon a company I had never heard of before (A4tech) and their mice look pretty good (here is a LINK to their gaming mouse line). Here is a LINK to Logitech's gaming mouse line.

I like the sound of A4tech's X-750F mouse with it's 2500dpi lazer sensor and the 3xquick fire button (LINK).
Logitech's G7 wireless mouse is another one that sounds good(LINK).

I guess what I'm asking is is there another mouse other than the ones up here that you would suggest?
And which one of the two above would you choose?(Wired or not isn't an issue).

Thanks

Edited by Tornel, 30 May 2006 - 03:52 PM.

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Personally I like wired mice. I'm always afraid that the battery will die in the middle of a critical moment or something. I have a (as stated below) Logitech MX518 Gaming Grade Optical Mouse and it does a phenominal job. Do you have a price range or budget?
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Most of the mice I've looked at I've found for $60 or less so I guess that would be my max limit.

In most of the reviews on the G7, people said that they didn't have a problem with battery life because one is always charging while the other one is in use.
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I've been trying to decide which gaming mouse I should get. I've looked through all the Razer ones, all the logitech ones, and a lot of others. I recently came upon a company I had never heard of before (A4tech) and their mice look pretty good (here is a LINK to their gaming mouse line). Here is a LINK to Logitech's gaming mouse line.

I like the sound of A4tech's X-750F mouse with it's 2500dpi lazer sensor and the 3xquick fire button (LINK).
Logitech's G7 wireless mouse is another one that sounds good(LINK).

I guess what I'm asking is is there another mouse other than the ones up here that you would suggest?
And which one of the two above would you choose?(Wired or not isn't an issue).

Thanks


Any of those 3 are great mice.

Id go for a logitech or that new a4tech x-750 looks nice also.

I found the best price on that x-750 at mwave.com

http://www.mwave.com...D=done&nextloc=

Everyone has there pros and cons on the logitech and the razor. Its up to you the user and which is most comfortable for you.

I like the logitech overall but the a4tech is cool also so pick one that you will feel comfortable with like I said. :whistling:
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I like the diamondbacks, incredibly precise, gaming mice just dont get any better than razers the copperheads are great but diamondbacks are so similar the price isnt worth the extra 400dpi.
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Thanks for you're views guys. I'll think about it a little more, but I'm glad to have some outside opinions.
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rinconjoe

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try the Razor:
Has anyone tried the Razor Lachesis Gaming Mouse 4000 DPI High Performance Computer Mouse?
Info:
http://www.subzeropc...e_blue_led.html
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