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What gaming mouse should I get for me?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
  •     **Games:** Fortnite, Minecraft, CSGO, PUBG, H1Z1

    **Hand Preference:** Right

    **Budget:** under $80 (i will be looking on ebay for used ones)

    **Hand Size:** 18.7x10cm

    **Grip:** Claw

    **Weight:** light (under 100g)

    **Sensitivity:** 400dpi

    

    I use a G502 right now but its WAY to heavy for me. I was looking at a G305 or Rival 310 or Rival 600!

 

I leaning towards a G305 because I use claw grip

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Razer Naga is really good in my opinion. Never had any issues with it so far.


 

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59 minutes ago, hestolemydog said:

Razer Naga is really good in my opinion. Never had any issues with it so far.

It has a good sensor (3389), but it doesn't really meet op's requirements as the naga is a rather heavy mouse > 100g, and is a rather large mouse. 

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On 10/23/2018 at 11:35 AM, Jedibrysen said:
  •     **Games:** Fortnite, Minecraft, CSGO, PUBG, H1Z1

    **Hand Preference:** Right

    **Budget:** under $80 (i will be looking on ebay for used ones)

    **Hand Size:** 18.7x10cm

    **Grip:** Claw

    **Weight:** light (under 100g)

    **Sensitivity:** 400dpi

    

    I use a G502 right now but its WAY to heavy for me. I was looking at a G305 or Rival 310 or Rival 600!

 

I leaning towards a G305 because I use claw grip

my best advice for computer mice.  Go somewhere where you can try it out in your hand before you buy.  What works for one person might not work for you, either in performance, or in ergonomics.

 

This is coming from someone that uses an MX ergo for gaming, because carpal tunnel from using the wrong type of mice for 20 years.


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I used a Razer Deathadder 2013 before but now I use Razer Lancehead TE, which feels great in my hands. I would suggest that you go in-store since some stores usually display the mouse or you can go up to a worker and ask them if you can try it out.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
23 hours ago, hestolemydog said:

Razer Naga is really good in my opinion. Never had any issues with it so far.

To heavy for me

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Posted · Original PosterOP
20 hours ago, Josiah_L said:

I used a Razer Deathadder 2013 before but now I use Razer Lancehead TE, which feels great in my hands. I would suggest that you go in-store since some stores usually display the mouse or you can go up to a worker and ask them if you can try it out.

I have not a single store within 100mikrs that has anything to do with gaming

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