Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Mufflore, Apr 8, 2012.
Razer Naga Epic. Awsome mouse for MMOs. Altought wireless function sucks ass.. Had it for 2-3y now.
Razer Deathadder 3500dpi.
Corsair Vengeance M65
Just replaced my Deathadder (was well old and gunky) with a Mionix AVIOR SK, quite liking it so far. Thinking a CM Storm Quick Fire Rapid-i Fully LED Backlit Mechanical TKL Gaming Keyboard - Brown Switch's could be next
The Logitech G502 just had a firmware update, fixes the right click on dropping the mouse, also adds customisation options to the G logo, you can now also toggle the DPI lights on/off.
Also fixes erratic cursor issue, which I never had. Nice job Logitech.
Just picked up a Corsair Sabre Optical and returned my Logitech G302. The shape of that thing was just too funky. So far so good with the Corsair - it feels great for the claw/fingertip grip and has some amazing customization options.
I've never owned a Corsair mouse before, so hopefully it has longevity :infinity:
I have the Epic Naga which is my go to mouse. Love the shape and found nothing else that felt that good or looked as cool. I also have the mamba which is nice. Its the original mamba and hasn't failed me.
I tried the G502 proteus,didn't like the shape and the scroll wheel.
Tried the Roccat tyon,didn't like the shape,I'd never use all those buttons,but the scroll wheel was great. Then I tried the Corsair Sabre Optical.. Wow,I love it! Fits great,the mouse matches my K70 RGB and its just an awesome mouse. I use this everyday now. I love how light it is also. Mice are subjective so it really is something you need to try for yourself,but for $50,its worth every penny.
I've had 2 Epic's and mine both do the disconnect thing also,but I still love it. And with switch between that and my new Sabre..
Good to see someone else that likes the new Corsair Sabre Mouse. I love it so far, but my only concern is that "rubberized" coating on it feels like it might wear off over time. I could just imagine in 7 months there being a little shiny spot on the left mouse button (trigger finger area) and maybe on the sides where I grip it. I hope it doesn't though
It very well might wear off over time,but honestly.. Its a $50 mouse. I'm not the type of person that keeps anything for years. If someone is going to whine about a mouse not lasting for 3 or more years,they need to get a better job! I have a Razer Chroma and K70 RGB keyboards,do I expect them to last more than 3-4 yrs? No. Plus,by then,there will be something else I'd want anyhow. Some people just have extremely high expectations,I don't.
Everyone is different and expects different things from their equipment. Why are they building mice with Omron switches that can last over 20 million clicks, if they expect people to use them for a year and get something else? It's the same reason mechanical key switches can withstand millions of key presses.
Personally, I invest in things that will last because I usually keep them a while. If they have a reputation of falling apart in a year, I don't buy it. Some people spend their money more haphazardly than others I guess. This is a $59.99 gaming mouse that should outlast a $15 crappo mouse at the local Wal-Mart. I'd expect it to hold up.
Tte Sports Black Element Mouse
Razer Naga 2014 Left Handed edition
Razer is the only manufacturer with the balls to make real left handed mice (not that worthless ambidextrous crap from other manufacturers)
So if i like it or not Razer it is for me.
Sorry,I didn't mean to come of as abrasive,but Most of my equipment does last years. I just don't have high expectations for it,especially a new RGB keyboard when the tech is new. Yes,some people have different expectations,at the same time,some people have unrealistic expectations. I just don't whine about something as cheap as $200. If my plasma went out in 2 yrs,now were talking. There are people that abuse their stuff also,I expect the rubber coating to wear off ,but if its wearing off in 2 months,that dude is going nuts on it. There are guys that bang on their keyboard also. There is normal wear and tear and then there is abuse! I've never had a major problem with a razer peripheral to the point I was upset. I expect my razer naga epic to fail after 2-3 yrs,if it doesn't, awesome!
EVGA TORQ X5
Quite small in my hands and the top is a wee bit slippy. Sides are grippy enough though and the sensor is nice.
If it were only G9X shaped - wider and humped at the back, it would be perfect.
I have a basic Microsoft mouse (Its a little bit long and blue)
This thread is still going? I posted on the first page in 2012 when I had a Lechasis.
I now use a Cooler Master Havoc, my fist died after a year and I got my RMA done just in time (lost original receipt, so it went by manufacturer date) so I was given a "new" (perhaps refurbed, hard to tell with CM) one.
Like every 8200 DPI mouse out there it uses the Avago ADNS 9800 sensor which reportedly has some acceleration. Though nothing too annoying otherwise I wouldn't be using it. And like every gaming mouse out there it also uses Omron brand switches, these are rated for 5 million clicks, which is not as much as it sounds.