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Logitech g500 vs Ozone Gaming Radon 5K

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Ever since it was launched I had my eyes on the Logitech G500 for it's impressive performance and acceptable price.
This year however I discovered quite a few worthy competitors like the Mionix Naos 5000, Gigabyte GM-M8000X and the Ozone Radon 5k

All of them seem to use similar or identical laser sensor.

The prices I'm looking at are:
Ozone Radon 5k - 47 € (5600 dpi, overall comfortable looking shape)
Gigabyte GM-M8000X - 49 € (6000 dpi, side buttons seem a bit uncomfortably placed, blocky/ugly)
Logitech G500 - 59 € (5700 dpi, ugly texture)
Mionix Naos 5000 - 63 € (5040 dpi, excellent shape & comfortable rubberized texture)

Was wondering if anyone of you purchased the Ozone Radon 5k and if there is any reason why I shouldn't choose it over the others?
Also any nitpicks about any of the above are welcome.
Before you ask, no I wont touch any SteelSeries/Razer, imho their price/performance ratio is not optimal, feel free to bring arguments to this table as well.

Thanks
 
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I would just go with what you wanted in the first place the g500 is a really good mouse im sure there are other good ones but I say just go with your gut
 
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Heh, was going to do just that but I thought I'd ask around the forum a bit in case someone else had the same dilemma:)
The one I want seems a bit under-priced and was just wondering if there's some design flaw or it's just that it's a starting brand.
 
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Whatever the cheapest is.. you wont notice the DPI difference so pick the cheapest or whatever looks the best...