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Try a few unplugged, whichever one feels right physically, get that one. You can go as high tech as you want but it'll never be right if it's not built right for you..

The G9x fits my hand perfectly and with all the weights installed it's a good weight too.. When it dies, I'll fix it or get another one if I can.


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Got this for my work - 
 
https://www.amazon.c...ch gaming mouse
 
Have always used gaming mouse for even work. Works best so far. Retired my old G5 after 10 years :)

Yes i have thé same g502. , Really good Mouse.

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Yes i have thé same g502. , Really good Mouse.

 Same here as well. I like it a lot and was an easy move from a g5/g500's. I seem to have to replace them every 2 years or so. I bring mine to work when I'm in my busiest time of the year. Macros and key binding comes in handy.



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Thank you for all the advice. But I decided to buy.... keyboard. :D
Logitech G413 Carbon.
 
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ur to funny ed .. i  have a steel  series looks just like ur keyboard i love it ..and the keys are really quite my wife loves that .lol


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looks like a decent keyboard, not too big. never tried the romer-g switches afaik


Edited by cookiem0nster, 17 November 2017 - 01:01 PM.

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The keyboard is cool. I've already got used to its height. ;)
In the end, however, I bought a new mouse. First it was Zowie FK1, but I gave it back (too big for me). Now I have ZA13 and is much better. :)

 

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razer deathadder chroma is the best mouse imo =)



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razer deathadder chroma is the best mouse imo =)

Too big and too heavy.

Approximate size: 127mm/5” (Length) x 70mm/2.76” (Width) x 44mm/ 1.73” (Height)

Approximate weight: 105g/0.23lbs

 

ZA13 120 mm / 58 mm / 38 mm / 80 g.



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Too big and too heavy.

Approximate size: 127mm/5” (Length) x 70mm/2.76” (Width) x 44mm/ 1.73” (Height)

Approximate weight: 105g/0.23lbs

 

ZA13 120 mm / 58 mm / 38 mm / 80 g.

 

Well It seems to work great for me but then again your a noob  :D  :lol_3:



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Im on G400s, upgrade or next gen from mx518, bit better materials used, specially for long time usage and don't really see any downpoints of it, maybe at the start kind of a bigger than usual until u get used to it.



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I've got the basic 2017 Logitech mouse for 20 bucks. I alternate between the microsoft basic and the logitech basic. I like logitech better, they feel smoother and fit the hand better... But they break down in notime for me :(

 

Do you guys suppose a more expensive mouse also has a longer life? I need to replace mine every year or so.



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Razer Mamba (Tournament Edition) I love everything about it.



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I've got the basic 2017 Logitech mouse for 20 bucks. I alternate between the microsoft basic and the logitech basic. I like logitech better, they feel smoother and fit the hand better... But they break down in notime for me :(

 

Do you guys suppose a more expensive mouse also has a longer life? I need to replace mine every year or so.

 

Technically it should I suppose. The main reason thing you want is for the mouse to fit your hand, grip type and play style (weight of mouse). The more expensive mice will have better sensors and polling rates which should help you improve. The other thing to consider is the buttons and the configuration of those. I have crouch, reload, weapon alt, slashkill, med packs, needle, sensitivity settins on my mouse for ET. Then a completely different configuration for PUB G which loads automatically with the logitech software.



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I've been thinking about a new mouse for some time. I now have Logitech Anywhere MX with new Omron buttons and thinner teflon slides.
However, it is wireless and in ET it does not always work. Besides it is heavy.
My types are:
1) Logitech G Pro
 
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2) Logitech G403 Prodigy
 
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3) SteelSeries Sensei 310
 
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What to choose? Allegedly, the SteelSeries has the best sensor, but weaker slides from G Pro.


Get three of them to your hand and buy the most comfortable :)
P.s I got Logitech MX518





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