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    Logitech Revolution

    How are these? My copperhead seems to have gone funny again - so I think I may jump back to logitech as their build quality always seems top notch. I'm considering either the revolution or the G5.

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    Revolution = Wonderful little mouse. I'd recommend it, the build quality of most logitech gear is pretty tight imo.

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    Sweet I'll order one when my refund from Scan comes through.

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    the G5 is a far better gaming mouse. The Logitech Revolution has a lower resolution and is better suited to everyday tasks like office apps, internet etc. it has some great features and takes a little getting used to.

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    Worth getting just for the triple function wheel. Oh yeah

    It's not a bad gaming mouse. Depends on how serious you are really. I dabble in CS:S, and it's perfectly fine. If you'd class yourself as a sort of semi-pro, then yeah, you'll probably want something like the G5.

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