Diablo® III

The "Which mouse do you use?" Thread

in the office
orochi on the imac
naga on the pc

at home
mamba on the pc
g500 on the macbook air
Edited by kerelenko#6489 on 3/16/2014 7:11 PM PDT
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basic microsoft optical mouse. i bought 4 of em.

have used prob 10 different models, many different brands, over the course of my gaming career, and i swear by microsoft's super basic durable optical mice. they're very precise.
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some old wirless $12 logitech mouse and the rubber on the mouse wheel has been chewed off by my indian ring neck parrot =(
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death adder 2013. biggest piece of crap ive ever used...

first one i tried was back when razer only had mice and there was only about 5 of them.

I think just when the Krait was released....

Broke in the parking lot in the store where i bought it. returned it, avoided the brand for years.

Found a blue death adder about 2 years ago. loved the shape. it broke.

They replaced it with a death adder 2013. then 2 months later it broke.

Then they replaced it again. then it broke in a few weeks. but the 2 year IPR had expired...

Then I complained to Razer and they allowed me to do an OEM exchange.

To say I baby my electronic stuff is an alarming understatement.

I will never spend more than a few dollars on a razer mice so long as I live.

Absolute garbage
Edited by Shurgosa#1196 on 3/16/2014 8:17 PM PDT
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I have a Logitech G500. I can never decide if I like it or hate it.
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03/16/2014 03:29 PMPosted by Oist
Using Razer Naga 2014 atm.


Same here , I like the mechanical buttons.
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Razer Death Adder

Only thing I hate is the damn rubber sides. It wears out so fast. If you try to clean it, it just makes it even more sticky. Would get a Taipan but they have the same god damn rubber...
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Anker 8200!!!

I can't believe nobody has this mouse! It is amazing. Just replaced my Death Adder with it and don't miss my old mouse one bit. If anyone is looking into getting a new mouse I would look into it and check out the reviews. I highly recommend it!

http://www.amazon.com/Precision-Programmable-Buttons-Cartridges-Switches/dp/B00AAQRNQ8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1395025011&sr=8-1&keywords=anker+8200
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i use the cooler master recon mouse very nice and crisp while playing diablo 3
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Logitech MX518, I have a stockpile of them in case they ever stop selling them.
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Currently using the Alienware Tactx (I had the keyboard too) but thinking about the Mad Catz R.A.T 9
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03/16/2014 01:23 PMPosted by ItsOnlyValue
Post em below.

I use an original Deathadder that I purchased a few weeks back.


On my first Deathadder, it wore out fairly quickly, within about 5 or 6 months I'd say. I picked up another one on a flash sale site for about 20 bucks, and within a month, one of the side buttons broke. That was truly disappointing, but when I contacted Razer and sent it back for a replacement, they sent me back a Razer Mamba instead, which if you're unsure, was a big upgrade to the Deathadder, and about an additional $80 value. It ended up lasting me about two years before I finally replaced it.

I now use the Steelseries World of Warcraft mouse. The mouse itself is pretty decent. The software is kind of annoying, though it works GREAT with World of Warcraft. It's a bit finnicky with other games for some reason.
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Razer Naga Hex
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My first DeathAdder lasted for about 2 years 6 months until it started with the double clicking problem. Tried logitech mice but never really liked it, maybe because it was a cheap $40 bucks wireless mouse.

In December 2013 got a new Razer DeathAdder 2013 and been working perfectly so far.
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I used a Logitech G500 and then upgraded to a G700 for wireless capabilities. I wouldn't reccomend the G700 to any gamer as the battery life is terrible (about 8 to 10 hours on a full charge, and 3 hours to charge it. This is after replacing the original battery with a higher capacity one). You can plug the mouse in to charge while playing, but since it's a charging cord it's bulky and not flexible at all compared to a regular mouse cord. Just my 2¢.
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