Found someone in Europe willing to make the perfect mouse for someone, so if you want a specific shape with a specific sensor then there's a guy out there willing to do it, it has to be multi PCB though.
I'm getting a 3366 Kinzu w/ D2F-01Fs.
You're probably better off waiting for bstmouse 2.0 and sticking D2F-01F's in it.
It might not even be a small mouse, and I have baby hands. I'd much rather have a mouse I know works with my hand and pay a little bit more.
Looking for a good mouse under 30 USD, how is the G300s?
Finally got my replacement mouse feet for my G502 (hotline competition).
Pretty good, definitely an improvement over the stock ones.
potato peel is better than most stock feet
Okay, I decided to buy the G300s. I love it, playing games with this is so much more comfortable now. No regrets at all.
I upgraded from this piece of shit Zowie to this surface bluetooth mouse. So much gooder.
I actually do need to find a compact bluetooth mouse for my SP3 though...
At least they have the Kinzu in the right place
You guys bully the Kinzu too much, it's trying its best okay
So I bought a Zowie EC1-A and I'm having issue where it just occasionally doesn't register slight movements. Is that a known issue for the mouse? Should I return it and try it again, or would I be better off with something else?
At home I use the Microsoft Basic Optical Mouse, connected by PS/2 because my desktop's motherboard from 2016 still has PS/2 ports and the USB ports are used up. That mouse is pretty good for how cheap it is, but I will have to compare between it and the G300s I bought when I go home. The G300s will probably win though, considering the amount of buttons and the DPI.
So does anyone know of any quality chinese mice ? Some bloke on the internet said that the stuff that they export is shite but the electronics chinese sell locally can rival those expensive brands like Razer, Logitech and etc, that I can't afford. I only need a mouse with 3 buttons (none of that sidebuttons and macros jazz ), a scrollwheel and maybe a button to change dpi setting.
Any brands you guys can recommend, or perhaps there's some cheap western equivalents for less than 20 euros ?
I am of course doing my own research too as we speak, just if someone's got a sure recommendation then I'm all ears.
me and reyjr spent ages on it so use it please
Either way for 20 euros the only mouse you're getting new that's any good is the Ninox Aurora, which you can read about in the OP. Other than that you're looking at getting stuff off eBay (G100s, WMO, IME 3.0, Deathadder 3G V2).
Also the Chinese export the exact same mice that they sell domestically, but for like half the price.
Thank you for suggestions, and sorry for not reading op thoroughly. Really appreciate it.
Highly recommend the Steelseries Rival 100 or Rival 300!
The problem with an image guide is that we'd just end up sticking all the text on it anyway.
So my previous mouse was a g500 and while I generally heard it wasn't that great of a mouse, it served me well for many years. Unfortunately it broke just a few weeks ago. I got a Zowie EC1-A to replace it, but even that's been giving me issues (as stated above) and I'm going to end up returning it.
Should I try my luck again with the EC1-A or should I try something else? I like the feel of the EC1-A, but still prefer the shape of the g500 (given I used it for so many years). Is there a mouse with a similar shape and functionality of the g500 that would be worth buying, moreso than just going for another EC1-A and hoping it works?
Also, Roccat has engineered a new sensor called the "Owl-Eye" and it can be seen here: http://www.roccat.org/en-US/Labs/owl-eye/
Yet another Avago sensor.