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best low budget wireless mouse for using on bed/couch?

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How low budget is low budget?

 

I use a G602 and it's the best wireless mouse I've ever used.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

approx max 50 euros.

have you used it on those surfaces,like bed or couch?

Does it work good,tracking?

Good sensor?

I see it's around 70 eur here.

Just noticed that left and right mouse buttons are separated,and I can't get used to those mices,because my fingers then hurt when I separate them.Al mices I've used before have those buttons near each other.

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The logitech g304 lightspeed wireless mouse is one of the best wireless gaming mice out there. Not only friendly with its price but also with its promising performance and comfortability. I recommend you to buy this mouse. @frozensun

It also has a really good sensor and durability.

 

If you are willing to spend a little bit more, i recommend you to buy the STEELSERIES RIVAL 650, its wireless, has double sensors which makes it more accurate on any surface. I am currenlty using the STEELSERIES Rival 600 as i prefer wired better and as i play FPS games such as CSGO, etc.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Bheepal Gindwani said:

The logitech g304 lightspeed wireless mouse is one of the best wireless gaming mice out there. Not only friendly with its price but also with its promising performance and comfortability. I recommend you to buy this mouse. @frozensun

 

sorry that model is not on the list.

And again buttons are separated.

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The logitech g304 lightspeed wireless mouse is one of the best wireless gaming mice out there. Not only friendly with its price but also with its promising performance and comfortability. I recommend you to buy this mouse. @frozensun

 

Then get the g403 wired @frozensun

 

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Just get one from Logitech, I personally would buy the G305. 

 

But try and find the one that suits you best. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Guys I think I've said that my hand doesn't feel comfortable when mouse buttons are separated.

On all those mices you recommended, it's an issue for me.

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Logitech M525 wireless? It's kinda compact smallish, wireless and works on most surfaces. It's my go to for mousing from the couch or bed or whatever. Cheap too.

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52 minutes ago, nbrowser said:

Logitech M525 wireless? It's kinda compact smallish, wireless and works on most surfaces. It's my go to for mousing from the couch or bed or whatever. Cheap too.

I have nightmares after having to use that mouse for quite sometime, one of the most horrible mice I tried.

@frozensun I use this one https://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/m590-silent-wireless-mouse?crid=7  when laying on bed and etc. buttons not separated, silent too, multi device also, I use it with my HTPC and laptop, very comfortable.

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5 hours ago, frozensun said:

Hi all.I need a wireless low budget mouse I can use when I lay on bed or on a couch.

I own 3 different mices but none of them satisfies my needs,the sensor is awful.

Here are the offers I could get:

https://iponcomp.com/shop/csoport/szamitogep-periferia-gamer/eger

So what would you recommend me?

Honeslty, I don't recall ever having any real issues even with the regular old Logitech wireless mice. So, two M325's, and also an M330. But I can also say that another ultra cheap mouse that's served me well is the wired Amazon Basics one. 

 

Yeah, this $7 "POS" is actually pretty damn good, even on the most annoying materials. Is wired ideal? No. But it works! ;) 

 

https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-3-Button-Wired-Mouse-Black/dp/B005EJH6RW/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=amazon+basics+wired&qid=1560419746&s=gateway&sr=8-3

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I know this might be a stupid question, but I'm just curious that if you are playing games in this situation?

For me I might just watch some movies or YouTube, in this case I'll get a wireless trackpad or trackball.

Since I'm a Thinkpad user, maybe I'll consider get the Thinkpad wireless keyboard with TrackPoint.

For mac users, the apple trackpad is also a nice product, much better than the magicmouse.

If I'm going to play games on bed, I'll just get a Xbox One controller.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Sorry I forgot to mention that mouse must be normal sized,since most of the mices which are wireless are small.

I have pretty big fist.long fingers.

So what is your recommendation guys?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

my monthly income is 150 $,are you kiding me? :/

I don't live in America where you salary is 4000 $.

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1 hour ago, frozensun said:

my monthly income is 150 $,are you kiding me? :/

I don't live in America where you salary is 4000 $.

dude, that $150 is for the G Pro Wireless, watch the video till the end, they show us something to get like $45 mouse hack to be similar to G Pro Wireless


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Please read  first before you post,I posted the link to the website which is my supplier.

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