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    High DPI mice under £25

    Hi,

    I'm looking for a high DPI mouse for under £25. So far I'm considering the Sharkoon sqaud 2400, Zalman ZM-GM1, Gigabyte force m9, Sharkoon drakonia and the Sharkoon FireGlider. Has anyone had any experience with these or perhaps you have another recommendation?

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    Re: High DPI mice under £25

    To be honest with you, I would be concerned with quality and accuracy of a cheap/high dpi sensor, but you may want to check new Corsair budget peripherals. I believe that they released a mouse looking very similar to older razer products with a semi decent 2400dpi sensor.

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    Re: High DPI mice under £25

    I've seen the Corsair raptor lm3, is this the one?

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    Re: High DPI mice under £25

    Buy any decent brand that fits your hand well. It's by far the most important thing about a mouse, not it's insanely high DPI.
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    Re: High DPI mice under £25

    Yeah, I'm not looking for an insanely high DPI gaming mouse with fancy programmable buttons or anything like that - just a mouse that is sensitive and can adjust the DPI on the fly and that is comfortable in the hand.

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    Re: High DPI mice under £25

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent View Post
    Buy any decent brand that fits your hand well. It's by far the most important thing about a mouse, not it's insanely high DPI.
    What brands do you recommend?

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    Re: High DPI mice under £25

    what do you regard as high DPI? I find the logitech MX518/G400 ample for my needs.

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    Re: High DPI mice under £25

    I was using a Microsoft habu mouse until it died recently on the 2000 DPI setting, so i guess around that mark.

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    Re: High DPI mice under £25

    I have the fireglider and have had it for ages. Its very good, programable with easy to use software, ive had no problems with it and fits my hand very well. Recommended

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