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Logitech Performance Mouse MX

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I use the Logitech G400. I was very comfortable with the classic Intelli 3.0 and to me, this has been a nice step up from it! 

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Been using a Logitech G700 for the last 2.5 years. Goes with me everyday on campus and gets used on tables counters and desks almost always without a mouse pad as well as on my Ripper XXL at home. It has been such a solid mouse and if it were to ever break I would order a new one that day.

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Using Steelseries Sensei. Was recommended by a friend as it comes with afew features like one of the best is quick switch for 2 different dpi speeds

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Been using a Logitech G700 for the last 2.5 years. Goes with me everyday on campus and gets used on tables counters and desks almost always without a mouse pad as well as on my Ripper XXL at home. It has been such a solid mouse and if it were to ever break I would order a new one that day.

 

G700 is amazing. I also have a G602 which I use in the office. It has a stupid design for gaming. The side buttons are between some bumps that also feel like the buttons but don't do anything. It's hard to know where you are on the side buttons. Great for office use though. Copy and paste, find, undo, redo and a bunch of things are programmed in. Great battery life.

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GIGABYTE M6980.





I especially like the left/right "click" programmable scroll wheel.

I have these set for "page end" and "page top",  to speed things up for web browsing.
 

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I'm coming from the G700 gaming mouse. I picked up the G502 at PAX this weekend and, oh man, I think I may have found end-game for my desktop mouse. So comfortable, buttons feel amazing, the weight system is improved over the older ones, and it's an improvement in almost every way over my G700. I'll probably pick up a G602 for mobile mouse use down the road, but for home use I adore the G502.

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Alright here's my story.
I've been exploring and trying a lot of mice, not one lasted for 2 years(except the logitech g5 that lasted 3 years).
I'm tired of replacing mice.
I went through a razer imperator, mionix naos 5000, and finally a corsair m95. My corsair's laser is VERY picky, or just broken. I've tried a $5 plastic mousepad, razer goliath, razer mazface, and a corsair MM400 in which was specifically designed for the m95. Funny enough, the mouse pad works like trying to use a mirror as a mouse pad; it doesn't. Unfortunately, this mouse decided to knock off all my more pricey mouse pads and opt for the $5 mouse pad. Although at higher DPI settings, the mouse pad fails to maintain accuracy.

I can't return my m95 because I don't have warranty for it.

I need a mouse that is/has:

  • Under $100 (including shipping)
  • Durable (Will last me over 2-3+ years)
  • 3 thumb buttons (E.g. back and forward, plus another thumb button. I play mechwarrior online in which I use a toggle zoom, 3rd weapon fire, 4th weapon fire)
  • DPI Toggle/Button (2200 dpi and 800 dpi)
  • Wired
  • Not Razer.

 

My hand position is preferably palm, not claw. I did NOT like the Razer Mamba, too thin for me.
For the most part, I run an average DPI of around 2200 to 2800 depending on the surface my mouse likes.


Edited by Nec3 - 4/22/14 at 11:55pm
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Might I recommend the new Logitech G502? Sounds like it has every quality you're looking for in a mouse. I use the third thumb button as a shift key to drop it to low DPI (default setting) which is great for precision shooting with sniper rifles in FPS games. I haven't even bothered to set up the second and third profile yet, but you can switch them on the fly with a single button or in the software.

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Might I recommend the new Logitech G502? Sounds like it has every quality you're looking for in a mouse. I use the third thumb button as a shift key to drop it to low DPI (default setting) which is great for precision shooting with sniper rifles in FPS games. I haven't even bothered to set up the second and third profile yet, but you can switch them on the fly with a single button or in the software.

Ive heard a lot of good things about the 502. A lot of old quake players have recommended and hyped it to me lately.

If only i didnt have 3 perfectly functional mice at the moment id grab one.
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http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Proteus-Tunable-Customizable-910-004074/dp/B00IRHE892

Is this what we're talking about?

Because I'm about to hit the buy button, I'd like a mouse asap @_@


Edited by Nec3 - 4/23/14 at 9:45am
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I had a Razer Naga before but I really enjoy my G600 now. I have it in white and the LED cycles beautifully. Highly recommended if you need the extra buttons.

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http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Proteus-Tunable-Customizable-910-004074/dp/B00IRHE892

Is this what we're talking about?

Because I'm about to hit the buy button, I'd like a mouse asap @_@


 Yeah I'm thinking thats the one.

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 Yeah I'm thinking thats the one.



Trigger pulled, I will be so sad if none of my mousepads work with this.

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Trigger pulled, I will be so sad if none of my mousepads work with this.

 

I'd be surprised if that was the case.  By all reports its a great sensor.  Let us know if it has any issues tracking.

 

Still plugging along with my old MX518  (xai and kinzu in the wings for when it dies).

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