Open Libram LXXIX: The Divine Storm is Here!

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I like the Logitech M510. Five buttons, large enough to comfortably fit my man-hands, wireless, $40 plus tax.

The M510 does have issues, though. Two months after I bought it, it lost all functionality until I updated drivers and Logitech's Unifying Software. Worked fine after that until about a week ago, and now Logitech's gonna replace it for me.
I have a $12 3-button Connectland wireless mouse that replaced my six year old $15 3-button microtrends wireless mouse.
I have a $12 3-button Connectland wireless mouse that replaced my six year old $15 3-button microtrends wireless mouse.


Big spender :O
Currently have a Lachesis 5600dpi (have 2 actually, 1 at work, 1 at home) but I'm starting to look out for something new. I'm currently considering a Deathadder 2013 .. or a Naga Hex. The Lachesis has been awesome, very comfortable - which is why I'm leaning towards the Deathadder rather than the Hex.
05/25/2013 07:57 PMPosted by Valivax
I have a $12 3-button Connectland wireless mouse that replaced my six year old $15 3-button microtrends wireless mouse.


Big spender :O


Most expensive gaming mice have extra buttons that are borderline useless due to their size and proximity to each other, and tend to be very heavy so can feel sluggish to move.

I've been playing with basically weightless normal mice since the early 90's. Binds and response speed go a long way.
I actually don't like light mice.
This new one is only one AA battery, my old one had two. It took me a bit to get used to it. It moves really quickly, even on the lower dpi setting.

I played on a friend's system and she's got a steel series and I felt like I was dragging a brick.
Got a Logitech g700, don't use the buttons but fits my large hands really well.
I swear by my cataclysm mmo mouse, but that thing is HUGE lol, I can't really play wow without it though

On another note, I got my Val'kyr!

Had to roll a dk all the way to 68 on a really low pop non CRZ realm to get it, but meh
I don't think I could ever play without a naga now lol
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Ooh. I think I may actually have six bucks laying around, too...If I didn't need trinkets, I'd be all over that - and nothing but that - for the next couple of months. LOL
05/25/2013 08:39 PMPosted by Cayse
This new one is only one AA battery

I don't like wireless mice. It's probably a legacy thing but I've always been able to feel the latency in them and it feels awful.

I've been tempted to look for a wired and wireless mouse just to see how wireless goes, but with the ability to swap back to wired if it feels horrible. Was kind of hoping the Deathadder 2013 was dual mode, but it's not.
I play with the keyboard/mouse that came with my emachines

It's quite... glorious, yea, let's go with that.
05/26/2013 12:24 AMPosted by Lobster
Trackball imo. :[

How dare you talk to me that way .. HOW .. DARE .. YOU!
Playing my monk and...mmm 1 second GCD's.
another day, no blingtrong or ro-shambo deck =\
05/26/2013 09:44 AMPosted by Majintherm
ro-shambo


Frankly, I would consider the absence of that a good thing...Unless you get to go first, you're always the loser. >_<
I'm iffy on Razer's mice. I went through so many Death Adders in such a short time... Finally said screw it and got the Logitech G500 mouse for about $50. Had it about a year and only thing is the left tilt doesn't always acknowledge immediately, which isn't a big deal since I can bind around that. Initially though it was my main ability for whatever class/spec, so its not very surprising it went out already.

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