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  1. Honey

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    Hi,
    I had budget of 10k from that i bought hyperx allow fps keyboard with dragon war red gear thor gaming mouse,
    It is nice mouse but sometime i feel that why im using this brand because i havent heard this from anyone,never saw anyone using it,
    Is it cheap kid thing?
    If yes then which should i buy(should be good company atleast bit popular not cheap feeling)
    My budget is 3k for mouse? I like big mouse sizes like currently in using(logitech looks too small)
     
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    10k what? Which currency? To be fair I've never heard of them.
     
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    P4-630 The Way It's Meant to be Played

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    He's from India, Indian Rupee....
    10.000 Rupees is about $155 USD.
     
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    Dragon War.

    Website screams 'heavily overpriced' gear where a company puts a Gaming tag on everything because that's what sells.

    Avoid

    A quality mouse doesn't cost much, I bought a Zowie FK1 (ambidextrous, claw grip, relatively small & simple) which has a perfect sensor in it for 40 EUR. The more nonsense you want on it, the faster it'll break and the more you'll pay. But on average, 40-80 EUR is a very good price range to look at, and anything over 60 EUR better be something real special.

    A good mouse is very personal too, find one that suits your 'grip' and the size of your hands.
     
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    Sorry i didn't mention currency. Thanks@P4-630 I have no problem with grip i can adjust myself with any, im not hardcore gaming i play on sunday, can be more than 3 hours gaming, but having cheap things kill proud.(cheap doesnt means less in price, means less in quality)

    So should i keep it or buy another?
    Please suggest me any..
    thanks to all.

    Hows redragon, gamdias, and technet?https://www.amazon.in/dp/B01GCIU77E/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_6FiBzb9GFZKQ0
     
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    Thing is if it works, stay with it. If you're not happy with it then change it, however you might kick yourself later for buying something. Cost should NEVER mean quality (I'm looking at Razer junk) all the time.

    For example my Siberia V2 headset that died after a year and a friend of mine having the same headset also had theirs died after a year. That thing ranged from 60-80 USD at the time and we both can say we weren't happy with the quality it was made with.
     
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    Never heard of that brand. For 3K INR you can get Trust GTX 148, Ravcore Tempest Avago 9800, Ravcore Cyclone Avago 9800, A4 Tech Bloody TL70/TL90, Cougar Gaming 500M/530M etc.
     
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    The Logitech G502 cost like 50 bucks Aka, 3500'ish rupees

    And you don't need to ask any questions about a Logitech G502 since its held the top five for years now in gaming mice

    Also it just so happens that the G502 wins the best heavy/large gaming mouse category year after year
     
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    Logitech g502 is of 5.5k now, :(


    Unfortunately all brand you mentioned aren't available in india :(
     
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    Never heard of that brand here in Finland. Though been a Logitech user since 2004 since I fell in love with the feel of MX510.
     
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    Buy whatever fits your hand and doesn't break.
     
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    ^ +1 for the recommendation.
     
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    all so with a 2 year warranty too as some only have 1 year and then might not be worth all that.
     
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    Ebay can get you a chinese gaming mouse for around $10 US.

    Been using them for years.
     
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    Im thinking of buying this mouse,
    TeckNet M008 V2 Hyperbolt Lazer Gaming Mouse, Upto 16400 DPI, Color Changing LED - Black https://www.amazon.in/dp/B01GDCZJPE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_2vxBzb2BR4A8K


    For reviews of this mouse you can see on amazon.com instead of .in

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01GDCZJPE/?tag=tec06d-20

    Is it ok?

    If no then theres another option, redragon mouse,
    Please help me to check amazon.in
    Should i buy tecknet mouse,
    Actually i heard lot about technet, big YouTube video like linustechtips also suggested tecknet mouse, please reply
     
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    How about Sharkoon? Sharkoon Shark Force is a good "rat" :D with very attractive price tag. There are Sharkoon Drakonia, M20, M51 etc. Good thing is that they aren't ridiculously expensive like Steel Series, Razer and similar, while they offer similar or even the same performance.
     
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    If you don't find something on amazon there is ebay too .
    I didn't try a lot of gaming mouse bu the only one i have and i got is the Corsair M90 and i payed it 56€ 3/4 years ago that in rupees is 4154.09.
     
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    Sharkoon might not be all that.

    I had a Darkglider and within two months, my finger was literally inside the left-side buttons because there was a only a thin, cheap-ass plastic cap under it. Mouse sensor felt sluggish, and the top layer of the mouse started coming off within 6 months. The LED inside the mouse couldn't do the colors right either, white was a sickly kind of pink.
     
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    Just buy a goddamn logitech G400.

    i had bought it back in 2010. its still running fine.

    for 3 hrs of gaming a week, nothing really matters. i used to game around 12 hrs a day. now its 3 hrs a day :p
     
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    Thanks to everyone, i found tecknet very cheap and good quality but not fully sure.

    Im thinking of buying this mouse,
    TeckNet M008 V2 Hyperbolt Lazer Gaming Mouse, Upto 16400 DPI, Color Changing LED - Black https://www.amazon.in/dp/B01GDCZJPE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_2vxBzb2BR4A8K


    For reviews of this mouse you can see on amazon.com instead of .in

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01GDCZJPE/?tag=tec06d-20

    Is it ok?
    Should i buy it, please give me advice..
    Logitech is so expensive 5500 in my region g502
     
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    Never heard of that name. Also it looks cheap. the more features and lower the price = bad quality.

    http://www.amazon.in/Logitech-G402-...&qid=1500375881&sr=1-1&keywords=logitech+g400 is a good mouse. for Rs 2800, and will last you more than 10 years.

    that tekshit looks like it will break as soon as warranty is over :p


    Also, i have never used a mousepad. The G400 works well on most clean surfaces, so i didnt bother.
     
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    From what I can see so far, OP is looking for a rather large palm gripper, or even has a fingertip grip. The G400 might be too small.

    I really hate linking Youtube reviewers, but just this once, then. OP have a look and you'll have suggestions for any budget. PS. I picked 2016 for good reason, since this is last gen there is a high likelihood of them being readily available and somewhat down in price. Other than that, look for these characteristics: 1000hz/1ms polling rate, 'perfect' sensor, no jitter, no angle snapping. You will notice that I left 'DPI' out entirely, because, news flash, its irrelevant. Every perfect sensor has sensible DPI and the super high numbers are effectively useless and often even less accurate.



    Some more background



    Note, I got serious about choice of mouse after playing around with the different grip styles. I have fairly large hands but still end up claw gripping because I want the precision. To each his own, figure out your grip style before you pick a mouse, especially if you can't hold it in your hand before purchasing. Saves you from a lot of pain (literally).
     
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    OP mentioned that he doesnt care about shape. He is just a younglin and looking at flashy things to attract the other sex :p
     
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    Thanks for suggestions, it feels like brother,
    Very helpful forum and nice people,
    Actully i like big mouse, the current mouse which im using dragonwar thor is very big, i wish the company was popular but its oem,
    Im like big mouse exactly shape like current mouse and rgb, should have alteast 3200dpi, i like shape of logitech g402 bit it looks very small or my mistake,
    G502 looks so cool but money :(
     

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