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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by trt740, Oct 15, 2010.

  1. trt740

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    Thx to all. I don't want to get crazy price wise. Will most likely buy from Newegg
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    Pretty much every logitech mouse I've had was great. I'd say the MX revolution series is the best. My razer mamba just doesn't come close.
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    have you seen the Rapoo V3 and V8? I love my V8 :) though it looks great, the mouse isn't for everyone.. but I can easily palm grip or claw grip on it... some ppl don't like the extra buttons placement.. I LOVE IT :D

    Can't seem to find a decent priced one though... the V3 is supposed to be MAX 40$ the V8 60$~MAX65$ all I find is 50$ and 80$ respectively

    The V2 is OK too, wouldn't pay more then 35$ though
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    MX518 rocks :)
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    i like my cooler master storm laser mouse
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    OCZ behemoth if it's still on the market
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    Razor Diamondback 3G

    Great Sensor - Nice feel - Works GREAT without the klunky software that all these BS mice come with, and it does not pretend to also be a GAMEPAD...

    It's a Mouse, Pretty much JUST a mouse - and pretty damn good at being one.
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    Mouse of champions...:p

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    Having previously owned G500, MX518 (current secondary mouse), G9, G9x, Deathadder, Lachesis, and R.A.T. 7 mice, I am satisfied with my current choice: the Sentinel Advance (same one Sneeky linked to). It's great for applications requiring precision (e.g. multimedia work and twitch gaming), the included software is excellent, and there are a lot of options. You can make it glow one of eight colors (including blackout/no glow) and with a couple different effects. Macros can be set up, though I don't use them.

    I've been using mine for one year now and it's held up fine. It's one of my favorites to use on client builds because it performs well and is quite versatile.
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    Noo what have you done... I was going to buy an Ozone Radon 5k this one's almost double it's price at same performance.

    Must.. resist temptation...
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