Originally Posted by james888
On what makes a good mouse?
I am hearing a good sensor, a feature set match to your needs, and a shape matched to your hand.
I'm not saying all of you do, but how do you buy these offline without trying them first?
I used a G5 (the original) and i loved it till it was time to replace it, then i bought Razer Lachesis which my brother didn't like, a G9 which i hated (used it for a month), a G5 V2, total crap compared to the original, and today a have the perfect combination a Razer Imperator for gaming, and a G500 for everything else.
conclusion: When you like a mouse stick to it, and buy replacements, just in case.