Anyone playing with a Wireless mouse?
#11
My gigabyte one uses batteries and I like play for 3-4 hours a day so I need to change batteries 2 times a month Skeptical so looking for wired ones. But the reason I took a wireless cus my table is most of the time messed up and gess what, it's more messed up with 20 batteries rolling around Skeptical Skeptical
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#12
Umm, I have a Logitech gaming wireless mouse.
It is like 2000 DPI. and 3 hours continuous. But i played for like 1 hour. There was a delay in the mouse. Like i move the mouse left using it is just delayed. .....
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#13
Yeah, a wireless mouse is very usefull when you play full screen PC games on TV. Smile
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#14
It really depends upon the electronics of the mouse. If you would buy a low or mid range mouse you may feel some lag compared to the wired one. But once you are talking about the wireless mouse made specially for gaming, you really can't feel the difference until you are far from the receiver or there is problem in either the mouse or the receiver.
#15
well i prefer wire product then wireless because wireless (useless), i know wireless change our lifestyle but wire mouse 1000% times better then wireless one. i had using wireless mouse playing MTAHuhA game in few week i feel mouse get stop working then i realize battery get end of the charge.
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#16
I have a very old Logitech MX 1100 wireless mouse. A few years ago I played a lot with Counter Strike Source, Half-Life 2 and other FPS games from that time.
#17
@arsalahmed786
Having used a wireless mouse that doesn't die that quickly before, imho wireless mice is better but not in terms of latency. (Except for those gaming focused wireless mice like Logitech G900)

I used a logitech bluetooth mouse which warned me of low battery charge left on the logitech app so that wasn't really a problem with me. (I think it's really only a problem for those cheapo wireless mice that doesn't have those features)
#18
(2018-01-05, 6:21:51 pm)Conan Wrote:  I used a logitech bluetooth mouse which warned me of low battery charge left on the logitech app so that wasn't really a problem with me. (I think it's really only a problem for those cheapo wireless mice that doesn't have those features)

Agree with that, when I was playing with a wireless mouse the 2nd biggest issue was the battery, somehow it managed to run out of battery with the worst timing ever, also while low on battery the cursor movement was not fluent as it was when it was fully charged.

To be honest i am pretty satisfied with my wired G502 mouse now.
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#19
@Gries
that really depends on which wireless mouse you have. Wireless mice now are pretty decent in terms of latency and performance on lower battery levels. (Those from known brands)
#20
I used one in the days when I begin playing online games and it worked fine but sometimes the power went off in critical moments and then I decided to change to wired mouse. In a teamfight in a moba game is not a good moment to run out of battery
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