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post #31 of 112

I use the G9X with no grip, prefer to have the mouse in the fingers, not using the palm, and it was about the only current one small enough to do that. Loved the old Razer Copperhead, but I have had durability issues with most Razer products I have tried since.

post #32 of 112
Agreed on Razer durability issues. Enjoyed two Copperheads, but both died. Had the Deathadder for a while but saw no significant improvement over the Copperhead, which led me to look to other companies (and I'm glad I did).
post #33 of 112

The only gaming mouse that I've ever owned is the Razer deathadder. It works well, but the fabric that surrounds the wires have come off. 

post #34 of 112
Logitech G400
Razer Deathadder

I used the Deathadder for over a year. Very good mouse but I found it a little too wide for my tastes. Right button started to feel loose after a while.

Recently switched to the G400. Loving it. So light and very precise. It's true that the mouse wheel feels a bit cheap but it's a minor issue.
post #35 of 112

I have ss sensei but i want to switch to logitech g500s.Some big web sites are highly recommend g500s.

post #36 of 112

Actually, I've been hearing the g400 is actually better than g500. Probably will get it in some time. Somehow I feel like my WMO is nearing its end...

post #37 of 112
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Originally Posted by Accoun View Post

Actually, I've been hearing the g400 is actually better than g500. Probably will get it in some time. Somehow I feel like my WMO is nearing its end...

yes normal g400 better than g500 but its new version.g500s its the newer model of g500.and company says they fix the problems

post #38 of 112

Actually, g400 got an "s" version as well. Dunno what the differences are, though. Maybe except a bit of reinforced cable on mouse's end.

post #39 of 112

I used a Razer Deathadder, but it only worked for about one year before it died. Though it is a good gaming mouse I was very disappointed about its durability, like others said before. Now I'm using a Logitech G400. Works perfectly for me. Nice looking mouse for about half the money of a Razer.

post #40 of 112
If you want to get the best tracking and accuracy for gaming purposes, you should get a mouse with an optical sensor. All these mice with "gaming lasers" aren't as good as a nice optical mouse.

I was using the Logitech G9X for a while and then tried the G400 which has a optical sensor but I didn't quite like the shape.

Just the other day I got a Zowie FK optical mouse and it is amazing. Great tracking and accuracy with a great shape that suits my hand nicely.

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post #41 of 112
That's only true if you don't have a proper mouse pad. If you like gaming just on the surface of your desk, then yes get optical.
post #42 of 112

I am breaking it down to the Razer Deathadder and TAipan. I like the Taipan due to the 2 top buttons. Any ideas?

post #43 of 112

I don't use a mouse marketed towards gaming. I use a Microsoft Intellimouse Optical 1.1 Mouse. It's really lightweight. The formfactor fits my hand nicely. I don't use a mousepad. I play directly on my desk. I find it precise and accurate. I used to have a G500 but it was heavy in my hands even without all the weights and the shape is awkward to me giving my hand cramps.

post #44 of 112

I went and got the deathadder 2013, I am thinking I may have preferred the copperhead over it. This is much larger and I feel like it moves with hardly any movement.

post #45 of 112
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Originally Posted by bombadilio View Post

I went and got the deathadder 2013, I am thinking I may have preferred the copperhead over it. This is much larger and I feel like it moves with hardly any movement.
Reduce the sensitivity. I preferred the copperhead FWIW
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