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Recommendations for gaming mouse under Rs. 4500 (65 USD)

I'm from india and have recently got an acer helios 300 predator gaming laptop and was looking for a gaming mouse under Rs. 4500 or 65-70 USD. 

I'm looking for recommendations for a gaming mouse in this range, bearing in mind, I'm very new to this gaming environment and don't really have much knowledge about the technical specifications like what DPI is, what sensor is good or bad etc. I don't have time to study, research and understand the specifications of these and was looking for some quick advice and recommendations in this budget range. 

Thanks to anyone who helps.

 

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G502 is a fantastic mouse, and on sale right now I believe 

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Razer Deathadder

Logitech G502

Corsair Glaive

 

I know you say you don't have time, but make some time. Don't buy something with no idea of how good or bad it is. It's not like you're going to be a mouse expert. Just take 10-20 minutes. Do it when you're on the toilet, laying in bed getting ready to sleep, eating lunch, something! 

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Logitech G502. best mouse. 

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12 minutes ago, TH3R34P3R said:

Logitech G502. best mouse. 

^^^ I have 2 of them right now, they're excellent mice. I've had 4 G502s overall (one I plugged into a known broken USB3 card cause I'm an idiot and it fryed it, so my fault, and another was given away to a friend), a G602 (original one's receiver did break but after literally 3 or so minutes on the phone they shipped me an entire new one completely free, shipping and everything), and my work mouse is the 1st gen MX Master, a freaking amazing mouse for spreadsheets and such cause of the side scroller and extra buttons. Logitech mice have been darn good in my experience, same as Corsair with keyboards. 

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2 hours ago, DVA said:

Razer Deathadder

Logitech G502

Corsair Glaive

 

I know you say you don't have time, but make some time. Don't buy something with no idea of how good or bad it is. It's not like you're going to be a mouse expert. Just take 10-20 minutes. Do it when you're on the toilet, laying in bed getting ready to sleep, eating lunch, something! 

I did do that actually but i don't really have time to gather all and understand all of it... i read a few guides and all but when it comes to choices, I just can't make one and so thought of seeking help... I did think to read more but well kinda needed the easy way out, so here I am... Maybe the next one would be a better and far better calculated choice... thanks for the suggestions though... But it's like choosing anything electronics, without a review and feedback from users, you can't say how good it is, I'm kinda going straight for the feedback route here

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10 hours ago, tomswife said:

I ordered the G502 but just picked up the Corsair Dark Core RGB at Best Buy. I think I'm going to keep the Corsair. 

And now I'm returning the Corsair Dark Core. Buttons just don't function easy enough. The front button on the side is to hard to press and the middle wheel on top is to hard to press. Don't get this. The software is amazing and I tried so hard to make it work. The side front button should be bulged out a lot more, unless you have a tiny thumb, it's just too hard to press without hitting the middle button. 

 

I ordered the Roccat Tyon as the reviews are good and the buttons should be a lot better. 

 

Good luck! 

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