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Help me decide which mouse to get?

If you actually need a lot of buttons on your mouse, then my recommendations would be:

 

  1. Logitech G502: not the biggest amount of buttons but by far the best sensor compared to the usual "MMO mice"
  2. Logitech G602: still not a full MMO mouse, but a good sensor and amazing battery life for a wireless mouse
  3. Logitech G600 or Razer Naga: the standard MMO mice with num-pads. If you can try them out just pick the one that fits your hand better
  4. Corsair M95 or Roccat Tyon: MMO mice with a bit different layouts

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Posted · Original PosterOP

If you took your time to even come thank you. 

 

I've decided on one of these two mice. The razer star wars: the old republic gaming mouse or the logitech g602

I play mostly RPGs, lately I've been playing games like Van helsing or torchlight.

 

Links for each one from their website:

http://gaming.logitech.com/en-us/product/g602-wireless-gaming-mouse

http://www.razerzone.com/licensed-and-team-peripherals/star-wars-the-old-republic-gaming-mouse

 

I've been leaning towards the Razer mouse for the more buttons and wired mode. What do you think?

Thanks.

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razer isnt known for their quality stick with the g602


Thats that. If you need to get in touch chances are you can find someone that knows me that can get in touch.

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I personally think you should get a G502, but that's just my opinion. :D


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Have you considered corsair mice? 


 Just because you don't care, doesn't mean other others don't. Don't be a self-centered asshole. -Thank You a PSA from the people who do not say random shit on the internet. 

 

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Roccat Tyon.  I have this mouse, best I've ever had the pleasure to use.


I used my old EVGA GTX285 with its thermal limiters off to cook an egg once.  ONCE.

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If you actually need a lot of buttons on your mouse, then my recommendations would be:

 

  1. Logitech G502: not the biggest amount of buttons but by far the best sensor compared to the usual "MMO mice"
  2. Logitech G602: still not a full MMO mouse, but a good sensor and amazing battery life for a wireless mouse
  3. Logitech G600 or Razer Naga: the standard MMO mice with num-pads. If you can try them out just pick the one that fits your hand better
  4. Corsair M95 or Roccat Tyon: MMO mice with a bit different layouts
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Posted · Original PosterOP

 

If you actually need a lot of buttons on your mouse, then my recommendations would be:

 

  1. Logitech G502: not the biggest amount of buttons but by far the best sensor compared to the usual "MMO mice"
  2. Logitech G602: still not a full MMO mouse, but a good sensor and amazing battery life for a wireless mouse
  3. Logitech G600 or Razer Naga: the standard MMO mice with num-pads. If you can try them out just pick the one that fits your hand better
  4. Corsair M95 or Roccat Tyon: MMO mice with a bit different layouts

 

Thanks, I'm going to go with the G602. The wireless lifetime is good and seeing that I travel a bit, it would help

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Im using the G303 by Logitech

LOve it!


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