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    Best wireless gaming mouse with 5400+ Dpi?

    Hi,

    I'm looking for a good wireless gaming mouse with 5400+ dpi (yes I use dpi that high, for general tasks but not games :). ) and i know a wireless mouse isn't a true gaming mouse, but i rather have wireless mouse with an occasional lag than a wire sticking out of it :D. Currently i have my eyes set on the Cyborg rat 9 white. I don't really care about the price.

    Any help will be appreciated :).

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    Thank you for your replies.

    I've used the ouroboros but i didn't like it, it wasn't as comfortable as i expected, and the logitech one just look sub par, i bet it's great, but i'm looking for aesthetics also. I will have to look in to the mamba , it looks quite comfortable, and the design is great too.

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    The logitech isn't flashy, if you're looking for day-glo snake designs and blinking lights. lol But with multiple on-board profiles, interchangeable weights, slider-based dpi settings, and 13 (I think?) programmable buttons it's easily the most fully-featured customizable mouse on the market.

    Razer is nice, too, though. If you're into day-glo blinking snake designs, that is.
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    I can second the Logitech G700/700s. I have used both, and the S-line refresh isn't any reason to upgrade from the normal 700, but if you are looking for a wireless mouse with no lag from a reasonable distance, the G700s is fantastic. I have larger than average hands, and the G700s fits nicely and very comfortably, and I have used it for hours on end for work. As chrisnyc75 said, if you're looking for function and comfort, its a great mouse and personally the best I have ever used. I modded mine for a black and white theme, if that's something you're looking into. The only downside for me was the recharchable microusb cord was a little flimsy, I would have preferred something braided and a locking mechanism for charging mode, but those are minor things.

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    wireless and gaming, those two dont go together. I guess it depends on what type of game your actually playing. neway before you think about the "gaming" mice from logitech, please check out its support forums. -> http://forums.logitech.com/t5/G-seri...-p/gseriesmice

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    Hi,

    You kind of convinced me on the logitech one , but i will be looking for it to see it in person, to make my mind up. What about the the rat 9, does anybody have it? how is it? i know the older models had problems with the sensors, so i'm very sure about it, but the new one seems fine, nobody has complained about it. Now the build quality is another issue some say it's well built and others say it feels flimsy, so i can't decide on it yet. Still i'm leaning towards the mamba it looks good, and yes i have fallen for the lights and aesthetics, the only reason i'm not ordering it yet is that i don't know much about performance of it.

    Mouse pads. Do i need one, and should i get one

    Thanks for the replies mates, good to know you can always get help when you need it

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    Quote Originally Posted by sectionate View Post
    wireless and gaming, those two dont go together.
    This is true. The biggest selling point on the G700 for me was the 13 programmable buttons. At the time I was playing a mmorpg and controlling most of my actions with mouse buttons. The thing ran out of juice in under an hour. I just keep it plugged in via usb now, I just ignore the wireless aspect of it (for gaming, at least).
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    Had a g700 for several years (still do, it's on my gaming laptop now) and it worked great. Kept 4 rechargable batteries handy, as I am a lazy old woman who sits in bed staring at a 46" Samsung smart TV, and the rig is about 8' away (I work in IT and have no desire to sit at a desk when I get home). Didn't want a long cable. It, and the keyboard were wireless on a KVM as I switch between gamer and server (said I was a lazy butt, who wants to get up to go to server...). Long story short, I built my new rig (in sig) last December, and started having issues with mouse. Kept cutting in/out, stuttering in Skyrim AARGGG. Dreaming of keyboard with real switches too... Ok, problem even when wired, messed with it for a bit, but in the end, bought new mouse. No wireless, a Corsair M65 that blows away the G700 I am sad to say, being an old Logitech fan (had a G7 before the G700). Dealing with long USB on extension, works fine. That mouse is soo much smoother tracking than G700 and I like the simple design (they make M95 if you want lots of programmable buttons) and got CMSTORM keyboard with Cherry Browns too, nicer than wireless Logitech keyboard. Yes wire is pain in tush if you are not sitting next to rig, but worth it for better response. The Corsair even feels better, buttons click without feeling like they are about to fall off. Gonna get another one for the laptop even though the Logitech seems to be working ok with it.
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