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What mouse do you use for your computer?

nodle

Cheesemonger
Administrator
I'm thinking about a new mouse for my home PC, and was wondering what everyone uses? I currently use a Logitech G502, but was thinking about a new Coarsair mouse. Looking at the M65 RGB Elite, or the Ironclaw.

Here is my current:



The two I am considering:



 

ndboarder

Bill Gates' Gimp
Members
Why a change? The Corsair doesn't look much different than your existing Logitech.

I have a Logitech G903 at home on my desktop, wired. I have a couple different Surface Arc mice I use on laptops/tablets as needed. Have a MS Touch Mouse on my desk at work.
 

nodle

Cheesemonger
Administrator
I don't know trying to get all my stuff over to Corsair. I don't need one exactly, but my g502 is getting worn out with the buttons starts to wear. I think both me and @C Pav bought ours at the same time.
 

C Pav

Codename: GB6
Members
DO you remember the RAT? and you got one? and hated it? Yeah those options you want to switch to will be the same. Look terrible so don't do it. Who needs a telephone on the side of their mouse? OH but the things it can do!?!?!?! Yeah, no it's stupid.
 

nodle

Cheesemonger
Administrator
DO you remember the RAT? and you got one? and hated it? Yeah those options you want to switch to will be the same. Look terrible so don't do it. Who needs a telephone on the side of their mouse? OH but the things it can do!?!?!?! Yeah, no it's stupid.
Here come the man, the myth, the legend to shit on every thread because he is still using a Intellimouse.
 

ndboarder

Bill Gates' Gimp
Members
Intellimouse fine for general PC use, probably fine for most gaming too. 10 buttons seems like way too much. Unless you have the tiniest fingers ever I think you'd be hitting the wrong thing all the time. I know I would, and I don't have large fingers at all. Besides, why have that many buttons, trying to put keyboard on the mouse? I have 2 side buttons, could be 4, but I still never use anything other than left/right click and scroll wheel anyway.
 

nodle

Cheesemonger
Administrator
Intellimouse fine for general PC use, probably fine for most gaming too. 10 buttons seems like way too much. Unless you have the tiniest fingers ever I think you'd be hitting the wrong thing all the time. I know I would, and I don't have large fingers at all. Besides, why have that many buttons, trying to put keyboard on the mouse? I have 2 side buttons, could be 4, but I still never use anything other than left/right click and scroll wheel anyway.
Mostly for the MMO function, my WoW with healing. I could bind spells to each key for mouse overs.
 

C Pav

Codename: GB6
Members
Here come the man, the myth, the legend to shit on every thread because he is still using a Intellimouse.
I'm just telling you how it is. I have Logitech, and the one you have, and it's fine. I don't like the look of the Corsair or Razer stuff. Just saying how it is because I'm right.

Okay, okay I admit the second option in your original post looks nice and would go with that.
 

nodle

Cheesemonger
Administrator
This mouse looks good, I wonder why more mice makers don't use tactical feedback? This is the first time I have ever even thought about it.


 

C Pav

Codename: GB6
Members
This mouse looks good, I wonder why more mice makers don't use tactical feedback? This is the first time I have ever even thought about it.


Hmm, not bad at all.
 

nodle

Cheesemonger
Administrator
So I tried the Schimitar, and while it was nice I missed the forward/backwards buttons on the mouse which is a must have. I went ahead and replaced it with the Ironclaw. Hopefully this will be a more natural one.
 

nodle

Cheesemonger
Administrator
So got my Ironclaw at lunch. Pretty plain box. I will be honest I was a little worried because people said it's for large hands but dam it feels good. I haven't had a change to try it out yet, but this one looks like a winner!
 

nodle

Cheesemonger
Administrator
This mouse is sex,fits my hand perfect and doesn't strain it. All the reviews said it's the best mouse for extended play. I will be keeping this one.
 
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