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Cloud Striffe

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I was just wondering what would be a good wireless mouse for my soon to be laptop because I have used the pads on notebooks before and they aren't very good for gaming. I am getting a bluetooth wireless card and my notebook comes with like 6 USB ports so Im not goin to run out of those.
I was also wondering about a wireless setup for my house. I need something that is fast for transporting files through a LAN and also I need no lag for my online games. Is there such a thing out there and if so where and how much.
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I use the Logitech MX1000 Laser mouse. It's a rechargeable wireless mouse with plenty of good specs. Go here for more info.

So far the only issue I have with the mouse is the size of the stand/receiver that it uses. You have to have it to receive the signal from the mouse, but as it's also the stand used for recharging it's a bit bigger than I thought it would be. All in all, a small price to pay for the quality of the mouse.

Feel free to ask me any questions you want about it, and I'll do my best to answer them.
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I use the Logitech MX1000 Laser mouse



Love that MX1000 :tazz:
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If you dont need wireless but want a gaming mouse the razor diamondback mice are gaming thouroghbreds. They say that you want a light mouse for gaming and these are probably the lightest you can get. Personally i like a bit of weight to a mouse but who am i to argue they are really good mice.
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The MX1000 looks great and it is very tempting but I need something that doesn't have to have the charger pulled into the computer because it is a laptop and I want to be able to take the mouse with me to other places other than my desktop. But if there isn't another good wireless mouse then I might just have to suck it up.
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I take the MX1000 with me as my primary mouse for my laptop. The charger fits well in a laptop case, the only downfall is the need for somewhere to set it when using the mouse. I don't usually carry the AC adapter with me though, as I have used it constantly for 3 days without losing any bars on the charge meter.
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How is it with like gaming and stuff like that? What kinds of games do you play on your laptop, oh and what are you specs cause I haven't bought mine yet and im still kinda shopping around.
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