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Firedoc

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I asked this same question a couple of months back when my mouse died and Neo suggested the Razer Basilisk V2 (wired). There were others who suggested alternative mice but I went with Neo's recommendation and I couldn't be happier.
 

-bZ-DirtRider500

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CR8Z

Bald fat guy.
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I use the G502. Great mouse.

I would want a wireless mouse for an entertainment rig in the TV room, but not for my day to day gaming rig.

My favorite features of the G502 (and probably exist on other mice) is the ability to change the sensitivity on the fly (think using a tank and slewing quickly and sniping with finer motions) and the ability to unlock the scroll wheel and just let it fly.

Every mouse is different for every person. It depends on what feels comfortable in your hand. I had a Corsair mouse with all of the same features but it just didn't feel right.

Good luck!
 

RazorBites

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I use the G502. Great mouse.

I would want a wireless mouse for an entertainment rig in the TV room, but not for my day to day gaming rig.

My favorite features of the G502 (and probably exist on other mice) is the ability to change the sensitivity on the fly (think using a tank and slewing quickly and sniping with finer motions) and the ability to unlock the scroll wheel and just let it fly.

Every mouse is different for every person. It depends on what feels comfortable in your hand. I had a Corsair mouse with all of the same features but it just didn't feel right.

Good luck!
Exactly i love slowing the G502 dpi right down for sniping its perfect for camping sniping but trouble if a player sneaks up and you have to aim fast in that second, still i do get a lot of mis clicks with left fire button
 

SilentGhost

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I highly recommend the Glorious Model O or D (I use the D myself) and pair it with one of their mousepads or a hyperx one, the tracking is smooth as butter and as accurate as... something that's accurate
Seconded. Actually using some random Chinese pad under the mouse and the keyboard with an O-.

The Model O- is actually a little too big still; I have a Model O that does server duty that I used for a while, tried the Model D- and sent it to my brother-in-law.

Mostly, I'm just too used to the undersized mice that Dell and HP ship out for corporate desktops and have adopted a permanent tendency to use a fingertip grip.

Still, the Model O- has the most comfortable grip I've used to date, and I've used just about every 3- and 5-series Logitech.

I also like the ultralight design. Both the lower weight which is a boon for snappy movements and the venting that the holes provide.

My wife has the pink O- too :)
 

LongTrang1

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I've used a Shark Force wired mouse for about five years now and I love it. I got the ergonomic mouse which runs about $65 to $80 depending on where you buy it. The cheapie version that runs about $30 is NOT the same and I do not recommend it.
 
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