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Most important mouse quality!


(To Clarify) Uses - If the mouse can be used for multiple programs or games effectively

 

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Comfort for sure. If it's not comfy, then it won't be enjoyable to use and thus nothing else matters. A chain is only as strong as the weakest link.

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Durability and long-lasting. I want it to work for more than 7 months. -cough- M95 -cough-

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I have used shitty 10 buck mice for general use and gaming and used expensive "gamer" mice and in the end its how it feels in my hand that makes a mouse worth a damn to me. Maybe I am lucky because I have never had any tracking issues or durability issues with any mouse at any price range. 

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I like really high dpi so I don't need to move my hand as much

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I love my Dell mouse because it's accurate enough, it's plain and has all the buttons I use...all three of them, and the build quality is surprisingly phenomenal (most important to me).

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Comfort for me. Build quality is close second, but I can just buy a new one if the old one breaks. 

 

The Steelseries Rival does all I want really. Very comfortable, good build quality (except the coating some places, not an issue though), and the sensor is perfect.

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All of them really… I'll only buy a mouse if it feels perfect for me and if it does price is not an issue.

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First I look if the mouse is Optical, then I look at the size/shape, then I make sure it doesnt have a trillion buttons, 7 max(but i use only 5 anyway)

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Sensors mean jack shit if it hurts to use the mouse, or if it just falls apart.

 

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Comfort and Precision. A mouse is going to be used pretty much every time you're on the computer, so it's essential. Precision is great for all uses, even if it's more useful for specific uses (FPS gaming). 

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All of them really… I'll only buy a mouse if it feels perfect for me and if it does price is not an issue.

If precision is important to you, why are you using a mouse that is known to have a flawed sensor? 

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If precision is important to you, why are you using a mouse that is known to have a flawed sensor? 

 

Because I haven't encountered any problems with the sensor on it   ;) Haven't had any problems with it so far other then Razer Synapse being buggy.

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Because I haven't encountered any problems with the sensor on it   ;) Haven't had any problems with it so far other then Razer Synapse being buggy.

I respect your opinion. I also do not think all this "flawed sensor" things are a problem, but it calms my mind to now that the sensor on my mouse is supposed to be perfect :P

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Precision. No matter how comfortable a mouse is, any flaws in precision will start to irritate me much more than the shape of the mouse.

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I respect your opinion. I also do not think all this "flawed sensor" things are a problem, but it calms my mind to now that the sensor on my mouse is supposed to be perfect :P

 

The problem is more that mice are being made with sub-optimal sensors for no good reason. Fortunately we now have enough mice with perfect sensors in enough different shapes that there's rarely a good reason to buy a laser one (MMO and wireless mice being exceptions).

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The votes so far are showing comfort haha, why am i not suprised!

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Comfort, thats why I love my RAT7

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