New mouse
#1
Hello, I am looking forward to change my mouse very soon, do you have by any chance any good advice?
I am going to use it mostly for playing online games either MOBA or MMO. Budget 40-50€
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(2016-11-15, 9:25:39 pm)Gries Wrote:  Hello, I am looking forward to change my mouse very soon, do you have by any chance any good advice?
I am going to use it mostly for playing online games either MOBA or MMO. Budget 40-50€

I've got a second generation Logitech G500. (it is the metal looking) The actual third generation has a large G letter at the front side.
I can say only good things about Logitech company. They have super products and fantastic support.
About 7-8 years ago I had an old Logitech MX1100 which was broken then I called the support and they sent me a brand new mouse for free of charge. And because the MX1100 was discounted so I could choose from a similar pricetag and I choosed the G500.

So I can highly recommend any products from Logitech.

At the moment I think the "Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB Tunable Gaming Mouse, FPS Mouse" would suit your needs.
https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Proteus-...tech+mouse

And don't forget to buy a mousepad. QCK has cheap and good quality pads.
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I can also vouch for Logitech. I use a G600 (the one with 12 buttons on the side), and it's quite enjoyable. good, sturdy feel, OK weight for the size, dead-on sensor.
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I like Logitech too - I always look at Logitech first as it fits very nicely in my hand - like just the right shape for whatever purpose I'm using it - it's also got one of the greatest variety of mice available.  In my experience HP also makes good mice that are ergonomically friendly and also covers a wide variety of uses.
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(2016-11-16, 8:01:21 am)deanhills Wrote:   In my experience HP also makes good mice that are ergonomically friendly and also covers a wide variety of uses.

Ps. You may don't know but HP's mice are also made by Logitech. Smile
And they made for Fujitsu too. They are all high quality.
I had a more than 10 years old IBM mouse-keyboard and it still works.
But nowadays (IBM) Lenovo's mice are really bad. It worked for just about 2 years. ;(
Have you seen the Pyramids of waste - The Lightbulb Conspiracy? It's a very good movie.
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#6
Guess I'll be waiting for the Black Friday and maybe the cyber monday to check out for some really good offer, meanwhile i'll keep track of all the suggestion posted here.

Thank you all and keep posting your suggestions Smile
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(2016-11-16, 6:10:30 pm)HXY Wrote:  Ps. You may don't know but HP's mice are also made by Logitech.  Smile
And they made for Fujitsu too. They are all high quality.
I had a more than 10 years old IBM mouse-keyboard and it still works.
But nowadays (IBM) Lenovo's mice are really bad. It worked for just about 2 years.  ;(
Have you seen the Pyramids of waste - The Lightbulb Conspiracy? It's a very good movie.
I didn't know Logitech made mice for HP, but now that you mention it that makes GREAT sense!  Also Fujitsu, happens to be one of my favourite manufacturers too.  I like Logitech for its keyboards too.  How about LG?

I haven't seen Pyramids of waste - looks like a good movie.  Am going to download it and watch it over the weekend. 8-)
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(2016-11-17, 5:55:56 am)deanhills Wrote:  I didn't know Logitech made mice for HP, but now that you mention it that makes GREAT sense!  Also Fujitsu, happens to be one of my favourite manufacturers too.  I like Logitech for its keyboards too.  How about LG?

I haven't seen Pyramids of waste - looks like a good movie.  Am going to download it and watch it over the weekend. 8-)

A lot of HP's hardware is not made by them. A prime example is their flash drives, which are actually made by PNY (and cost double the price).

Either way, back on track, I use the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Mouse, incredibly good and useful mouse, particularly if you are a Windows user. I got it on newegg for $25 (so you could buy two of them xD)
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(2016-11-17, 7:24:01 am)karatekidmonkey Wrote:  Either way, back on track, I use the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Mouse, incredibly good and useful mouse, particularly if you are a Windows user. I got it on newegg for $25 (so you could buy two of them xD)

That's a good price for Microsoft as usually their prices are much higher than Logitech.  I don't really like the feel of Microsoft thought.  Like many people love their products, but I find both Microsoft keyboards and mice a bit bulky and angular for my liking - I prefer smooth design lines.
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Logitech is the best kind of brand mouse i have ever used, it lasted so long and gives me the best precision




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