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any mouse reccomendations

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so im looking for a gaming mouse that has the following features:

 

  • Free scroll wheel (after using logitech performance MX i realised how i cant live w/o that feature)
  • Foward and back buttons (same reason as above)
  • Wired/ Wireless with damn good battery life (Performance MX battery sucks real bad and im kinda tired of having to charge it constantly)
  • Not too big but not too small (Kinda vague i know sorry)

 

Red Led would be nice to match my setup but not necessary, tho either red led or no led cuz i dont want to ruin the look of my setup.

Needs to be cheap preffably under $100

DPI profile settings would be nice but again not necessary 

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

No red LED, though. It uses the Logitech Gaming Software, so you get all of your DPI steps and such.

Lots of battery life.

Lots of buttons.

Ya but that still has batteries which is a pain. He wants the MX Master, though it is a bit big IMO.

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The Mionix Castor is available on Massdrop right now. I don't have personal experience with it, but I've only seen good reviews and might pick one up myself. It meets your requirements (it's a wired mouse with RGB lighting) and is medium sized.

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While the Mionix Naos i have is not a wireless mouse it has RGB lighting, a good sensor, forward and backward buttons, well it is kind of bulky but the smaller Mionix Avior 7000 has all that too and is slimmer than the Naos. I can personally recommend the Naos for all its characteristics. (Kinda subjective e g on the form factor though)

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but they dont seem to have the free scroll wheel tho? or is that some logitech patented thing lol

 

i was actually looking at the corsair m45. but it doesnt have the free scroll wheel. what are your thoughts on it? is it comfortable for a palm grip? is cable drag REALLY such a big issue?

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but they dont seem to have the free scroll wheel tho? or is that some logitech patented thing lol

 

i was actually looking at the corsair m45. but it doesnt have the free scroll wheel. what are your thoughts on it? is it comfortable for a palm grip? is cable drag REALLY such a big issue?

 

I have the M45 and it suits me for gaming,

 

Great mouse, Very comfortable, Long braided cable, Red led's, Reputable brand, Has dpi switches, Configurable software, Also it's price isn't that bad any more..

 

If I remember correctly I paid £65, Can pick it up for about £35/40 which would be about $55-60 USD

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I have the M45 and it suits me for gaming,

 

Great mouse, Very comfortable, Long braided cable, Red led's, Reputable brand, Has dpi switches, Configurable software, Also it's price isn't that bad any more..

 

If I remember correctly I paid £65, Can pick it up for about £35/40 which would be about $55-60 USD

 

what abt for daily use?

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what abt for daily use?

 

Yeah I pretty much use it for everything I do and it works flawlessly.

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