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What is your favourite mouse?

Discussion in 'Gaming Peripherals' started by Coojeekitten, Jan 22, 2020.

  1. aoaaron


    Joined: May 19, 2012

    Posts: 2,562

    I'm currently using a wireless Logitech G502 and I'd find it hard to go back to any mouse which doesn't have the same number of buttons. I literally just use my keyboard for WASD now. sprint, crouch, cover, call horse, dead eye, open map, open item menu and calm horse were all mapped to the mouse and it made playing RDR2 an absolute pleasure.

    I think I'm converted.

    build quality wise its meh. I feel a clear vibraton if i click hard across the chassis. I've already owned a nother G502 wireless and it has the same thing but to a lesser degree but the buttons click didn't feel springy/tactile enough.

    I was looking at the razer blade basilisk ultimate before this mouse but I think I'd honestly miss the extra buttons on the left mouse click button as I've ended up using them more than I thought I would.

    also hyper scroll wheel I initially hated.. but now using it is like a reflex.
  2. Random Guy Esq.


    Joined: Jun 1, 2014

    Posts: 2,939

    Rather than start a new thread, I'll just ask here; are any of you that use corded mice using a bungee? If so, do you notice an actual difference whilst playing?
  3. MarkA

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Apr 23, 2009

    Posts: 1,033

    Location: Caerphilly

    I used a bungee when I had the g pro wired, I call it a bungee, but it was just a velcro strip attached to the cable, which was velcro'd to the back of my monitor - seemed to work a treat.
    If you're high sens gamer, it won't make much difference to you.
    If you're a low sens gamer, you'll get less cable throw when you're doing big sweeps with the mouse.

    For my fave mice though:
    G Pro wireless for me.
    Although, I have the g305 lightspeed too on 2nd pc, which takes either an AA or converted AAA battery, which makes it pretty much the same weight as the g-pro wireless, with very similar shape.
    The latter being only £39.99 and incredibly good for fps gaming.
  4. Random Guy Esq.


    Joined: Jun 1, 2014

    Posts: 2,939

    Thanks for your response. Yeah, I use low sensitivity generally. I might try making a custom cable for whichever mouse I settle on (liking the shape of the Kone Pure Ultra at the moment, even though I thought I'd hate it), but a bungee seems like a good idea generally.
  5. Wulfster


    Joined: Feb 12, 2016

    Posts: 401

    Location: 2 metres away

    Been using a bungee for years now and don’t think I could live without mine. Tried wireless a few times and hated all of them (just not for me).

    Fave mouse is either Scimitar Pro RGB or Naga, great for MMO games and FPS games I’ve played tbh.


  6. Nghtmare


    Joined: Jun 21, 2018

    Posts: 763

    Location: Ashton

    Went from the G502, to the G703, from there G Pro Wireless but I was still not happy. Bought the Model O when it was released and was very pleased for a while but still felt like something was off. I recently I bought the CoolerMaster MM711, and I must say this is the best gaming mouse that I have used by far. The shape is great, 60g, top sensor, and great cable.

    P.S: Hand size 19.5 x 10.5cm
  7. thepigf@rmer


    Joined: May 26, 2004

    Posts: 948

    Location: Carshalton, Surrey.

    Was the Logitech G5 Laser, now replaced with Logitech G903
  8. Cully


    Joined: Dec 1, 2012

    Posts: 466

    Mine was the Glorious Model O- that was until it started acting up with the notorious cable issue over the weekend.
    Gutted as it is fantastic to game with.
  9. Ninco!

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Jul 8, 2014

    Posts: 1,002

    Location: Surrey

    When I looked for an aluminium bungee on eBay, prices were silly at the time (might be better now).

    Not that long ago I picked up a Stageek Gaming Mouse Cord Controller, Aluminium Alloy Mouse Cable Management from Amazon as I prefer its simple style over popular stand designs.

    Would I rave over its merits, hmm, I'm not sure, if you get it right it does help remove snagging. It's a desk tidy for me, routing wired keyboard and mouse. If you have enough slack in the cord it will make a wired mouse feel better.
  10. Coojeekitten

    Perma Banned

    Joined: Nov 23, 2019

    Posts: 375

    Location: Scotland

    I was thinking of getting one for my wife. What is the cable issue?
  11. Cully


    Joined: Dec 1, 2012

    Posts: 466

    Cable starts to disconnect where it connects to mouse.
    Known issue but apparently the newer stock has the newer cable setup which fixes things.
  12. Coojeekitten

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    Joined: Nov 23, 2019

    Posts: 375

    Location: Scotland

    Good to know, thanks!
  13. gwishy


    Joined: Feb 7, 2018

    Posts: 16

    Hi. Pricey, but have a look at the wireless Logitech G903 with a Powerplay mat. Absolutely love mine. Great mouse for gaming, and there's zero lag with the Lightspeed wifi. As an added bonus, as the mat has an integrated wifi receiver, I've connected the mouse's wifi USB dongle to my docking station, so now have 1 mouse I can use between both my gaming PC and work laptop - adios desktop clutter and having to keep 2 different mice on the go. Battery life on the mouse is excellent - I can use it all day with the laptop (mat switched off, so no charging) and it's still at more than 85% charge when I finish. An hour of gaming on the PC, and the mat's charged it back up to 100%.
  14. suenstar


    Joined: May 14, 2011

    Posts: 954

    Location: Cornwall, England

    I've been using the G602 for a few years now, it's easily the most comfortable mouse I've used and has just the right amount of buttons for some of the games I play.
  15. Elku


    Joined: Oct 16, 2018

    Posts: 241

    Currently model O-. But really want it wireless. With the PUC ec2 lightweight wireless out I have hope!!
  16. Darujhistan


    Joined: Oct 28, 2011

    Posts: 4,242

    Xtrfy M4 is fantastic, light, comfortable, top sensor, great buttons, accurate, great cable, and no bloatware, DPI and RGB are all done from the mouse, pure plug and play. Looks great and well-priced.

    Previously had the classic MX518 and it's been brilliant but the reality is new tech is way better, it still works well but the scroll was pretty terrible compared to the Xtrfy, and nearly twice as heavy.
  17. LoadsaMoney


    Joined: Jul 8, 2003

    Posts: 28,873

    Location: In a house

    Im using the Logi. G Pro Wireless, love it, perfect weight, feel for me, and it fits in my hand perfectly, very comfortable to use, and its also got the right amount of buttons for me too.
  18. evohicks


    Joined: Feb 26, 2010

    Posts: 830

    Location: Oswestry

    I went from an already good mouse in the G502 to the G502 lightspeed, my first wireless mouse and I'm well impressed!
    A bit pricey though but to me it's worth it.
  19. Kohaashi

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Jun 21, 2005

    Posts: 2,319

    Location: UK

    Logitech G403, so far.
  20. CuriousTomCat

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Nov 22, 2018

    Posts: 1,086

    I bought the MSI Clutch GM40 for only £17.91. It was about the only mouse I could find with a 3310 sensor that isn't right handed.