Discussion in 'Gaming Peripherals' started by Coojeekitten, Jan 22, 2020.
G703 for home and MX Master 2S for work.
Currently I use a Logitech G500s which is ok but the best mouse i’ve ever used was the Microsoft Habu.
I don't have as much choice when it comes to mouse selection - I lost the tip of my thumb in a car door when I was a kid! So I'm limited to mice where the side buttons are further back from the front of the mouse. I also have wide-ish hands, and finding something that meets both criteria is tricky. I've got a Zowie S2 on the way, which I'll probably try modding with Lizard Skin on the sides for extra grip and width.
G403 / G703. Great mice, fairly heavy, comfortable and resposive!
Started with the mx518 and still rocking the mx518 (relaunched one)
Went from a Logitech G5 to G700 and now back using the G5 again to keep up with the lightweight corded gaming trend!
If I was getting one today this one - https://www.overclockers.co.uk/logi...e-the-legend-reborn-910-005544-kb-25v-lg.html
For a very long time, basically since launch I used a microsoft intellimouse 3.0. Though I recently replaced it with the new intellimouse Pro, which I love, cos its almost exactly like my old one but new and with a decade and a half of tech improvement
Razer Mamba. I've used nothing but these the last 11 or so years. First was a wireless one which lasted a good 7/8 years before I replaced it with a wired one. I want to get another wireless one when I can justify spending the money on it.
(prepared to get told that Razer makes rubbish products)
Love my Razer keyboard, mice, not so much.
I was the opposite, funnily enough. My Razer keyboard, i think it was lycosa or something, i didn't get along with at all. Well, that's not true, it was fine until I got my current keyboard (Ducky Shine). I feel less willing to risk trying a new mouse than I do a keyboard so it's a case of me sticking with what I know
I have 2, one at work and the other at home. Both continue to serve me well. I've used a multitude of other mice and these are the only ones that I've found that fit my hands comfortably, not too big or too small.
Most of you have probably seen this site (GearSearch.gg), but some might find it useful. It just compares different peripherals, but one really handy feature lets you compare the size/shape of multiple popular mice. Still in beta.
My Intellimouse Pro
Close second my old Mionix Naos
For work use, Anker Wireless Vertical Ergonomic
To add, choosing a mouse is specific to the individual, just because I like one doesnt mean someone else will, this makes recommending and purchasing a mouse quite difficult, Rocket Jump Ninja on Youtube has lots of great advice
Very interesting site, thanks. A little short of product, but good for comparing newer models.
Yeah, hopefully as the database grows it will become even more useful.
Anyone here using the XM1? I'd like to try it... I like the S2 which I just received, but the XM1 looks to be a similar shape at the top back but with more width (oooh matron, etc).
Still using my deathadder, just fits my hand perfectly, I do have a Logitech g502 as a spare mouse too.
Got a wireless 602 that decided it wasn't going to connect any more, despite all efforts to convince it otherwise. Replaced with a wired 502 which is a bit plasticky. My favourite was an old MX Revolution, the later revisions (which I have) are nowhere near as good ergonomically for me. Got endless cheaper mice lying around (9 at last count lol). I have too much wireless stuff on my desk..
Right now I am testing out the Glorious Model D for my channel and I have to say I have been liking it. Feels great in my hand. I was using the Fnatic Clutch 2 signature edition which also feels great in the hand. Side buttons though are not the best because it has some good amount of post travel.
Model O , love the shape and the light feel. Only gripe is the side buttons are a little flimsy
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