Now I use a Razer Deathadder, a pretty decent mouse. Been using a corded Razer Diamondback for years. I actually prefer the VX Revolution more and more and bought one for travel as well. I was using the MS Sidewinder for a while, which satisfies my need for a heavier mouse, but I was unimpressed with the build quality. Not a problem for either mouse. Now I need a recommendations for a light, snappy mouse.
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My mouse, keyboard, and brand-new dual-monitor KVM died because of a small cd-sized amount of water underneath the keyboard. I own 6 mice. Is this mouse going to be used for FPS gaming and the like?
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It also felt a bit cheap. It developed a fault in the RMB after a couple of months – I think something got stuck under the mouse button, making clicks with that button awkward and often not register.
I have a now and have to use some crappy third party drivers to get it fully functioning in OSX. I really hate this mouse. Does Muose have Mac drivers for the G series?
Any diamondback lovers find something they like now? Not a problem for either mouse. I have a crysis profile set with and DPI settings. I loved my G5 until, ironically, I killed it by spilling water on it. My old non-gaming mouse pre-Revolution. Logitech G5 or VX revolution.
Its shape typically takes some getting used to, but its vertically positioned side buttons are awesome. I have a sidewinder, but the shape is a bit too unconventional for me. They look a bit strangely-shaped, but those rubber moues look comfortable.
I was using the MS Sidewinder for a while, which satisfies my need for a heavier mouse, but I was unimpressed with the build quality. Been using a corded Razer Diamondback for years. I have a mouze for BF that has DPI settings at , and crazy gunship stunts for the win. Because the design of the mouse, it cannot be dismantled for user maintenance.
Sees use on my old computer. Now I use a Razer Deathadder, a pretty decent mouse.
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Ditto, with the only caution being that the firmware update process is somewhat touchy as I recall. I use the G9 at the office and the Sidwinder on my desk at home. As a bonus, it has cool glowy light bars on it…. Both are excellent gaming mice with all the requisite features — i. My favorite for gaming is still the revised G5.
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Very responsive and confortable. On the plus side, it looks like a stealth tank. That seems to be a better configuration. I use a G5 at work, and a G9 at home for playing games.
This is my primary gaming mouse. I still prefer the Logitech G5 but I am intrigued by the over-under thumb buttons. The G5 is good but the G9 is mousf the Mouse of the Gods.
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