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post #481 of 544

I just snagged a Razer Deathadder on eBay. Figured I might as well pick up a good wired mouse, and it seemed to get good reviews. Also, they recently updated it to a 2013 version. Since I don't exactly need the added performance, I figured I'd pick up the older version at half the going price of the new one. I think I'll also get a Logitech G700s when my new laptop arrives, and possible the Logitech touch mouse too...

post #482 of 544

I'm going to get Razer Taipan.  My wireless Logitech is driving me crazy !

post #483 of 544
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Originally Posted by Audio-Omega View Post

I'm going to get Razer Taipan.  My wireless Logitech is driving me crazy !


Why, what's it doing? I just got a G700s and the software wouldn't recognize it. I searched through tons of solutions on the forums and even called Logitech. I tried updating the drivers as an admin, running a clean boot, restarting, uninstalling and reinstalling, installing a previous version of the software, using the windows 7 version, basically every tip that I found. Turned out that the issue was that I had to install the program as an admin, which Logitech is apparently unaware of. Well in any case I'm enjoying my mouse now...

post #484 of 544

It's not accurate or may be it's because I don't use a mouse pad.

post #485 of 544

I was deciding between the Sensei and the Deathadder 2013, so i went with Razer! :] (had a bad experience with a steelseries headset)

 

 

I like it but i think it should be just a little heavier :X

post #486 of 544
Razer Naga Epic





Mionix Naos 3200





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post #487 of 544

I do like the Mionix , but IMO Ttesport has taken the peripheral market by a storm.

I love my Saphira :D

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Razer Naga Epic





Mionix Naos 3200





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post #488 of 544
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Originally Posted by MrTechAgent View Post

I do like the Mionix , but IMO Ttesport has taken the peripheral market by a storm.

I love my Saphira :D

I love my level 10m too....

huge thermaltake fan!!!!

post #489 of 544
I just don't care for the feel or look of any TT products.
post #490 of 544

So, my mouse broke down and now I'm looking to get a new one. Nothing too special, something within $25-$30. I'm only gonna use it to play casual Dota, so I cannot justify spending more. So far, I've narrowed my choices down to the Logitech G400, the A4Tech X7 series and the A4Tech Bloody series.

 

The G400 is on the limit of what I'm willing to spend, however, with the A4Techs I can grab a decent mousepad too. I was pretty much set on going with the G400 when I came across countless complaints of its wire breaking down, but it wasn't that big of an issue since Logitech replaces them if they're on warranty. The problem I'm facing is that theres no Logitech support centre where I'm from and to avail the warranty, I'll have to ship it, which will end up costing me almost as much as the mouse itself.

 

So, I wanted to know, is the wire quality really an issue with the G400 or was it just a bad batch or something? Also, does anyone here have experience with these A4Tech mice? Besides being cheaper, they also come in different shapes, which will accommodate me more (I think) since I'm a claw gripper.

post #491 of 544
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Originally Posted by fauaad View Post

So, my mouse broke down and now I'm looking to get a new one. Nothing too special, something within $25-$30. I'm only gonna use it to play casual Dota, so I cannot justify spending more. So far, I've narrowed my choices down to the Logitech G400, the A4Tech X7 series and the A4Tech Bloody series.

 

The G400 is on the limit of what I'm willing to spend, however, with the A4Techs I can grab a decent mousepad too. I was pretty much set on going with the G400 when I came across countless complaints of its wire breaking down, but it wasn't that big of an issue since Logitech replaces them if they're on warranty. The problem I'm facing is that theres no Logitech support centre where I'm from and to avail the warranty, I'll have to ship it, which will end up costing me almost as much as the mouse itself.

 

So, I wanted to know, is the wire quality really an issue with the G400 or was it just a bad batch or something? Also, does anyone here have experience with these A4Tech mice? Besides being cheaper, they also come in different shapes, which will accommodate me more (I think) since I'm a claw gripper.


go with the logitech.  tried many dif mice for gaming and general use.  the old MS mice and standard logitech line are pretty much a go to.  dont overthink it.

post #492 of 544

Some Ninox Auroras are staring to appear in the wild.

 

http://www.overclock.net/t/1240739/lightbox/post/20542563/id/1595312

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Originally Posted by Battou62 View Post

Some Ninox Auroras are staring to appear in the wild.

 

http://www.overclock.net/t/1240739/lightbox/post/20542563/id/1595312

 

I'm a beta tester of this mouse and it's very good overall, it will be dirt cheap for what it's offering. But it's mainly for hardcore gamers, casual gamers won't be appealed by this mouse but I may be wrong.

post #494 of 544
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I'm a beta tester of this mouse and it's very good overall, it will be dirt cheap for what it's offering. But it's mainly for hardcore gamers, casual gamers won't be appealed by this mouse but I may be wrong.

Man, I have been waiting on this mouse since he first stated designing it. I am not a hard core gamer, but I like knowing that my gear is technically sound in some aspects. I guess that's why I have a O2/Odac also :)

post #495 of 544

Just discovered that head-fi had a mouse thread.. Subscribed.

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