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Are there any "Normal" (AKA not gaming) mouse that have side buttons?

I am using a Logitech M500 with 2 side buttons and a clickable mousewheel. It's got a pretty decent sensor in it and is comfortable to use under 30.- 

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2 minutes ago, Lord Szechenyi said:

Or at the very least a gaming mouse without stupid LEDs/RGB

and also something that doesn't exceed 30$ 

Almost every office mouse has a side button so look for one of those


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How many buttons are you wanting?


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Just now, Video Beagle said:

How many buttons are you wanting?

2 side buttons on the left, and obviously LMB/RMB and a middle mouse button.

more buttons is ok, but what i just specified is what i prefer.

also would be great if i can buy this in my country

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6 minutes ago, Lord Szechenyi said:

Are there any "Normal" (AKA not gaming) mouse that have side buttons?

I'll just simply leave a link for you to peruse, since there are plenty of non-gaming mice: https://www.logitech.com/en-us/mice


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1 minute ago, Lord Szechenyi said:

also would be great if i can buy this in my country

tons of 2 side button mice are availble...but I have 0 idea what can be found where you live...sorry.


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I am using a Logitech M500 with 2 side buttons and a clickable mousewheel. It's got a pretty decent sensor in it and is comfortable to use under 30.- 

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Just now, Lord Szechenyi said:

damn that was almost perfect

unfortunately it's more along the 50$ price range

Logitech-mice tend to be pretty durable and good quality, though. Obviously, you should read reviews no matter which manufacturer you buy from, but Logitech's stuff is typically regarded rather highly and worth the money.


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1 minute ago, Applefreak said:

I am using a Logitech M500 with 2 side buttons and a clickable mousewheel. It's got a pretty decent sensor in it and is comfortable to use under 30.- 

Perfect!

now i'm getting this either way, but is there a wireless version of it?

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Logitech M545?

 

you get 2 side button + mouse wheel can tilt left and right, which i think is alt tab by default


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Logitech g203 and just turn off the leds ... maybe

 

the logitech g305 don't have led at all but it's more expensive cause it's wireless ... but it's a fine looking mouse


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