Discussion in 'Polls' started by HardwareHeaven, May 7, 2005.
some wirless microsoft. I got it and a wireless keyboard for like $25
some wal-mart cheapo Logitech mouse I got 3 years back. It's laser and corded. Not an MX not even 1337. Think it cost me $15. I play CS 1.6 and was in cal-im with it and when I go to LAN parties I get laughed @ because I own with it. Who cares... a mouse is a mouse. :bleh:
You guys are weak. (j/k) I use an optical wireless A4Tech!!! Don't know the exact model, but it's pretty good. FPS included.
I'd get an MX518, but Logitechs are pretty expensive over here (100+ USD for the MX1000) and the 518 is not available yet
I got a Razer Diamondback with the eXactMat + wrist rest. 1600dpi of super-awsome-mouse-goodness! I love the on-the-fly sensitivity changing feature, but I wish it had more of a range of senstitivity, and that the X and Y sensitivity values would stay porportional to each other. But this mouse is the best I've ever used!
I have now replaced my Logitech MX 1000 to the MX518.
Yes...I've changed into a lower modell, but the wireless is not for me. I did not like the latency and the feeling that the mouse was a little after my moves.
The MX518 is a quite nice mouse, although I've only been using it for about half an hour so...
problems might pop-up.
I bought my logitech MX510 when it first came out, my dog chewed the first one up after a week and i ended having to go buy anotherone, works great
I use a M$ for gaming cos I don't wanna break my nice Logitech
Logitech Mx 518 can do that and more
Plus Logitech has better driver support
have had logitech mouses for long time.got used to cordless,would't go back to corded,at moment have both mx700 and mx1000 which l consider one of the best .if l did go corded ,would go with 518,but at moment l consider mx1000 the best for pc work and gaming
sorry but I dont like bashers... both mice have their pro's and con's and the dimondback existed well before the mx518. and what can the mx518 do the dimondback cant do? nothing
Logitech MX-1000...and I have 2 Logitech MX-700's for sale.About 1 year old.Not a scratch on them!$35.00 per mouse plus shipping.And I have an extra MX-1000 for sale too.....3 months old....$55.00 plus shipping.
USB polling rate can be turned up to at least 500 Hz on most computers, 1000 Hz if you're lucky.
I own all the current high-end mouses on my various machines (MX518, MX1000, Diamondback, only Intellimouse 3.0 though)... funny thing is, I mostly use an older Razer 2100 dpi ball mouse for gaming.
Am thinking of picking up a trackball sometime, I can't game with them, but find them real comfortable for other work.
Logitech mx-510 mouse, and with the mouserate switcher i'm @ 1000.
Good enough for my.. owning people @ gaming.
Genica! GN-110 two button with button/scroll wheel. If ordered alone, the shipping costs more than the mouse. :rofl:
I finally ordered a logitec mx518, and should be getting it in a few days. One thing about Logitec, their customer support is awsome.
My old mx310's usb cable stopped working last week, I called them up, explaned the problem, and on thursday I got a new mx310 in the mail !!
now I have an unopened spare mx310, because I am getting a mx518 !
I ended up upgrading my MX700 for a MX1000 and I can honestly say it was well worth it. Best mouse I have ever owned.
upgraded from a ms optical to a logitech 510 last week
Razer Plasma LE.
I recently went from an intelimouse 4.0 to a mx510, there are things I miss from the intellimouse, but over all I'm happy, I wish the 510 was a bit taller like the ms one, and the tilt wheel on the ms one was an awesome feature for working on his res pictures, but I think i like the mx 510 more, but both rock
Logitech MX518, it performs like a dream.
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