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    Cool Gaming Mouse Recommendation

    I recently bought Logitech G502 And Steelseries Rival 700 Both. (Recommended By A Website)

    Both of them are good enough to make my day but i want something special. Something unique. Something Extraordinary.

    Like TL8. It should have macros and everything. Any Recommendation.
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    Re: Gaming Mouse Recommendation

    It's hard to recommend something unique since by definition if someone else has got it it won't be unique. You last posted a thread about the G900, and in this post you flag up you've also bought a G502 and Steelseries so you've probably already got a good idea about the mice that people can recommend.

    You could make your own wooden mouse perhaps?:
    http://makezine.com/projects/build-w...-wooden-mouse/

    edit: Oh, you're just posting the same questions over lots of tech sites trying to get link/seo for your website. I'm disappointed Hassan. *sadface*
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    Re: Gaming Mouse Recommendation

    If it's made by a commercial company with a known gaming brand, it will not be unique.

    Macros and scripts are easy enough. But what else?

    More buttons?
    LEDs?
    Stupidly high DPI?
    Weird design?

    I wouldn't exactly say the Bloody TL8 Terminator mouse is anything special, though. I have more buttons on my Logitech G700S, more funky design in my CM Storm Inferno, more everything in a Roccat Tyon or Leadr, more 'mouse' in a G900.

    So, what else do you need from it?

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    Re: Gaming Mouse Recommendation

    8 years on, I'm still using my Logitech MX518 and *still* haven't found a suitable replacement.

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    Re: Gaming Mouse Recommendation

    Madcatz had some unusual designing, they have since gone bankrupt though. Only place to find them is e-bay, up to date drivers may be an issue unless some enterprising community members have started unofficial ones.

    After that is Mionx, due to their ergonomics ( just means their mice can be huge). I used to have one before the wire failed after 7 years, sadly I can not afford the prices of their new lineup so I have a rival 100 instead. Which annoys me a little as they have arbitrarily removed the 700-900 DPI range ( 500 to 1000 jump) on it. No doubt to push sales of the next one up. It is this kind behaviour that puts me off a company, my next mouse will not be from them.
    Last edited by phoenixmystic; 08-08-2017 at 08:32 AM.
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    Re: Gaming Mouse Recommendation

    I really like my Razer Deathadder: a good weight/balance and responsive buttons too.

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    Re: Gaming Mouse Recommendation

    I own a logitech G203. It's a great ambidextrous design mouse. I use it for CS.

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