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Which is the best Mouse+mousepad under $150

 

So...what games do you play?

Need macros?

RGB?

Hand size?

Preferred grip?

 

 

Anyways, go to a store and try out different mice.  A G900 might be great for you or it might be horrible.  Popular mice : Zowie FK or EC series, Razer Deathadder, Logitech G303, G403, G502, G Pro, Steel Series Rival 300, Nixeus Revel, amd ,amy more.

Mouse pads are a matter of preference.  I have used the Steel Series QCK Heavy for several months and I love it.  Some prefer a faster mouse pad, some like them with dogs on them, etc...

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I use a razer deathadder and a generic mouse pad with a pug on it.


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Best mouse pad is the Corsair extended mouse pad. I have it running the entire width of my desk. Keyboard sits on it as well as my mouse. And it acts as a wrist rest for me. Picked it up for 15 usd at best buy. 


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I am thinking of getting a G900 Spectrum(110-120$ I don't remember)+ a madcatz mousepad or steelseries qck one

Thoughts?

10 minutes ago, CaraPils said:

I have the razer deathadder, with a razer mosue pad. Razer is very good at making mouses. Maybe take a look at logitec as well.

 

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So...what games do you play?

Need macros?

RGB?

Hand size?

Preferred grip?

 

 

Anyways, go to a store and try out different mice.  A G900 might be great for you or it might be horrible.  Popular mice : Zowie FK or EC series, Razer Deathadder, Logitech G303, G403, G502, G Pro, Steel Series Rival 300, Nixeus Revel, amd ,amy more.

Mouse pads are a matter of preference.  I have used the Steel Series QCK Heavy for several months and I love it.  Some prefer a faster mouse pad, some like them with dogs on them, etc...

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Posted · Original PosterOP
55 minutes ago, TriviaBeast said:

 

So...what games do you play?

Need macros?

RGB?

Hand size?

Preferred grip?

 

  A G900 might be great for you or it might be horrible.

There isn't a store near that have these mouses

Hand size is 19x11 cm (finger's are a bit bulky)

Yes i need macros

Rgb or not:no preference

Games would be almost every type except mmo

Preferred grip-palm

How about mad catz pro x + mouse?

 

Atlast -

  • G900 Spectrum+steelseries qck or glide 7

                                     OR

  • Mad Catz pro x + mouse+ steelseries qck or glide 7
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2 hours ago, Gursimran 82956 said:

G900 Spectrum+steelseries qck or glide 7

OR

Mad Catz pro x + mouse+ steelseries qck or glide 7

G900 I'd say :P 

 

The QCK(+) is probably the most tried and used mouse pad available so ya know, there's probably a reason why so many people like it...


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20 hours ago, Gursimran 82956 said:

I am thinking of getting a G900 Spectrum(110-120$ I don't remember)+ a madcatz mousepad or steelseries qck one

Thoughts?

 

Sure! The mouse is really good, but for the mousepad i would pick a razer one. I've been using my one for over 6 years, and it is still as good as when i bought it. I woulden't go for the rgb one since it's pretty unnecessary, but you could do that as well. And if you prefer steelseries or madcatz, i'd go for the steelseries one.

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