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Everything posted by The_Q42

  1. Hi everyone! I'm new here, and I'm sure there are a zillion threads like this, but hey, Linus keeps telling me how awesome the community is, so here I am. I've been reading up on gaming mice (a lot), and I thought I had it narrowed down to the g903 (I'd prefer the g502 Lightspeed, but it's too bloody expensive--the 903 is $50 cheaper right now). Then I read about the dreaded "double-click" problem those mice have. So, here's my question: is that still a major issue? Is there something else I should be considering? I want wireless (this is for a gaming laptop), and I want it not to suck. I do love me some Logitech free-scrolling, but I could live without it. I really _don't_ want to spend over $100, but am open to other mice that fit the criteria. It seems that anything remotely comparable to the g903, performance-wise, is over $100 (except for the g603, which has a scroll wheel problem). I was also thinking about the g703, but was wondering if it had the same scroll wheel problem as the 603. OK, I'll stop rambling now. Thanks in advance for the help, LTT community!
  2. The_Q42

    Help me buy a gaming mouse (looking at g903)

    I think I'm going to grab the 903 after going hands on tonight (been a while since I've checked these things out in person). Thanks again for the input, guys!
  3. The_Q42

    Help me buy a gaming mouse (looking at g903)

    Thanks for the info! I'm kinda weird, and I like a hefty mouse (I prefer it to be heavy, with a real smooth glide). That kinda sucks for me because the trend seems to be going as lightweight as possible. I also really like the ergonomics of a right-handed mouse (vs ambidextrous) because, well, I'm right-handed. That's another thing that's giving me pause on the g903. That double-click problem seems pervasive too, so blech.
  4. The_Q42

    Help me buy a gaming mouse (looking at g903)

    I've felt most of these mice in person already. I'm mostly worried about the quality issues being reported with those Logitech mice. I've used tons of Logi mice over the years, and, I even have an MX Performance at work because I like it so much better than the crap mouse my office gave me to use. I'm even typing on a Logitech keyboard (g910) right now, and I love this thing. What I'm wondering is if the quality on their newest mice has slipped. I know you can fairly easily swap out switches on the 903 . . . maybe that solves the double-click? (also, thanks for the quick responses thus far, guys!)