also cheaper than a lolgitech
also cheaper than a lolgitech
So the G400 cord connection fix gave my mouse another few months to live, but this is the third time I've had to pry the mouse open. That means it's time for me to buy a new mouse. The G403 Prodigy looks like a suitable fit for me, but would any of you make a case for me to abandon Logitech?
Chubbs sure will when he gets on
Oh, I see.
If you want a mouse with questionable QC and a 3360 then get a DM1 Pro S or a Nixeus Revel and save yourself £20. Or get a Deathadder 3G V2 off eBay, because it is a true god tier mouse.
Most of their mice also have dumb skate layouts.
Note that new in box 3G/3.5G's are getting kinda rare (3G V2's especially) because they're up to 10 years old by now.
Oh I didn't realize that, I'd lean towards a newer product. So is Zowie the closest sidegrade to what I have? And which would I look for?
There isn't actually any difference internally between those mice, so get whichever one you like the size/shape of the most.
Put in the order, it will complete my new lineup of peripherals beside the keyboard I got last month.
need a mousepad with the cooller hot tub pic on it
aurora with double skates and a h lens could theoretically track up to 10m/s
Is it a good 3090 implementation, though?
I might be interested in one if it is,provided there's some sort of way to set it 400 CPI and an acceptable polling rate.
I guess people just know my Kinzu is my ride or die tbh.
all kinzu does is die tbh
What mouse would people here reccomend for just casual internet browsing for under £20? I've been using this wireless thing that's driven me up the goddamn wall; http://images.highspeedbackbone.net/...-1771-main.jpg <- this thing.
If how I hold it's important I just rest my palm on top of it with my thumb resting on the little plastic wing on the side; I don't really like not having that from experience.
I bought this Microsoft Arc Touch Bluetooth for my incoming Surface and I have to say it's quite nice for such a portable thing. The scroll strip has haptic feedback, which is pretty slick. My only main complaints are when you try to squeeze the sides there's nothing there and there's no middle mouse button, but as something to use and slip in a laptop bag without creating a bulge, it's perfect.
Conversely I also bought this Logitech T630 for a comparison of truly ultraportable mice, and it's not very good. The gestures are alright, but scrolling with zero feedback is a pain. What truly crippled it for me was the size and thinness. It's painful to use at any angle that's not sitting at a desk, and even there it's just massively uncomfortable.
I have no idea what happens in this thread most of the time aside from occasional browsing, but after using the steelseries sensei for two years.. (side button imploded from infinite push-to-talk clicking) Ordered the zowie fk2 and it arrives in about 10 hours.
How bad did I fuck up? (19cm fingertip grip)
Got my hyperglides on for my FK1 and also picked up a cheap bungee. The not scratched as shit feet feel nice on my Razer Goliathus Control clone.