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I'm using a logitech g700s right now and although the battery life is a bit short it's an excellent mouse.

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If you can afford for it, G700 might be a better option. Well, G700 is ugly though. o.O

However, you want very fancy macro buttons, neither 700 nor G300 gonna work.

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G700 is actually very comfortable. Only 4 buttons on side and wheel buttons are actually useful (so there is only 6 macros that will gonna work.).

So if you do not require that much buttons for macro, use G700.

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Also a Logitech fan for mice, I've used a G500 for years, went through 3 of them, actually.

I just love the ergonomics and extra buttons that I can program for windows functions like copy/paste, refresh, etc as well as bindings for games.

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I'm using G502, it is really good. Simple DPI changing, extra buttons, etc. Probally G300 will be good, because it's Logitech ^^

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i did try a lot of gaming mouses ... and i must say razer is very bad in terms of quality. i did break 2 deathadder.

I had then a Steelseries which is press good but now i stick with the best i have tried to far : Corsair M65 with 8100 dpi and sniper button.

About magic. But of course it depends on what games u play. for BF Series a must have mouse

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I always used Logitech mouses and keyboards, but after the MX Revolution (still going strong) and Performance MX, I switched over to Madcatz (also fitted nice with my nickname).

The Performance MX has very light triggered left and right mouse buttons, but I also already broke 1 Madcatz R.A.T. 7 (laser broke) and this one has an occasional buggy left trigger.

So my next mouse will probably be a Logitech G9X.

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I've always used the Logitech MX508 (I've literally ordered the same mouse for around 10 years now), I found it to be the most comfortable mouse I have ever used. I recently took a punt on a real gaming mouse as I was struggling to get the same mouse without paying excessive amounts, and took a gamble on the Hyperion Fury G402. I haven't noticed any massive changes other than the extra side buttons which come in handy for remapping when playing games (especially Elite: Dangerous).

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G502 is awesome model, I think one of the best for that price

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i have the logitech G500 and i really love it, its been years using it and the only issue with them is the double click buttons, i had to tear-down the mice and clean the button thats it (~ once per 4 months )

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I always had thse ballpoint mice from MS or Logitech. Then once in my life I bought Razer Death Adder and Charrasis headset or something among those lines. Comparing to my most recent Logitech G400s, Razer Death Adder was a cheap China knockoff... Why?

On Logitech mouse the DPI changing is alot quicker and better. While on Death Adder if you wanted to change DPI your mouse would freeze for 1-2 seconds which was annoying. I had Razer mouse fo about 1 year and it started to break, double clicking issues when clicking once, optical sensor going haywire and so on. It's my 2nd year of Logitech ownership of 400s and I have no regrets spending my money on it. Comfy, reliable mouse with instant DPI change. Much better in any aspect in my experience with Razer/Logitech.

EDIT: Forgot to mention that after 1,5 year the Death Adder totally broke and stopped working at all ( left mouse button) and the circle was coming out from the mice way too often. Now I have the 400s for about 2 years and it's still in a very good shape.

P.S Logitech seems to have a better quality of "sliders" for mice, at least in my opinion and personal experience.

Edited by VenGen
Forgt to add a line or two.

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On 4/11/2014 at 8:44 AM, lotusfx said:

My last two main gaming mouses have been the Logitech G500 and the G500s. One thing about Logitech is they have fantastic service, I had an issue with my G500 so I sent in a ticket. All I had to do was send them a copy of my receipt and they shipped me a new mouse!

Nice to hear about Logitech G500 and the G500s . Well, I am using  Logitech G602  Logitech gaming mouse for 1 year and still it is good to work .I think, It is always a good thing to know first the mouse brand that we have to buy before bringing the device at home so that we can assure a good money back guarantee.

 

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I use an G700S and for me its the best mouse i ever had.

 

had a few Razers (naga, imperator, naga hex). But the G700s fits better, got alot of extra buttons and its cordless but you can charge easy with the normal cord an keep playing.

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Still using my old g300. Tried many different mices but this one fits me the most.

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