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monoxidez

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I've decided to buy a new mouse now. Since I think the Logitech MX518 is just too big for my hand. I'm looking for a mouse that is pretty small since my hand is small.

Anyone have any suggestions?
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Troy

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Hi, the only suggestion I have is to go for a decent-quality brand. I personally prefer Logitech and Microsoft, they both manufacture good keyboards and mouses (mice).

I once had a fancy wireless keyboard/mouse combo, but got sick of the batteries issue, now I just use a cheap Logitech corded set, works just fine. My mouse looks like this one.

Unless, of course, you need a really good one for gaming or something?
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http://www.bestbuy.c...d=1142298457355

That's mine. It's great. And cheap. But it's a bit small for my hands, but still feels great. Usually stores have demo mice for you to try... definitely give this one a shot!
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That's good thinking, The Admiral!

Head down to your nearest store and try out a whole bunch of them, definitely a good way to find what you like :)
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I don't think I like Logitech mouses, they seem so big. Also, I'm looking for a gaming mouse. A small one. Also, it must have a wire.
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I suggest you take a look at notebook mice as they are smaller in size and may be what your looking for.
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I have a small, very nice, comfortable little Genius mouse, it's not a notebook mouse and i found it for about R100 [$15 give or take]. Optical, does the job just like it should, and you can even interchange the colours... For $15 i reckon i got myself a good deal
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I was looking at the Razer mouses. I kinda like the style of it. But I have no idea which to pick. Cooperhead and Diamondback look the same and Razer Deathadder looks cool too. I wonder which one is the smallest one, I couldn't tell. Also are razer mouses even small?

Help?
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Get the new addition that they have they're called Razer Diamondback 3G. I have the copperhead version and its very nice, pricewise I think the Diamondback 3G is worth it.

Thanks

Edited by SOORENA, 17 November 2007 - 05:13 PM.

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