Discussion in 'Polls' started by HardwareHeaven, May 7, 2005.
logitech mx518 and mx1000,both super mices al all respects
microsoft....one of those 15$ optical ones....i want a razer tho
MX510 - Tempted to go laser Copperhead or G5
i just got a mx510 for xmas way better then those cheap microsoft ones =D...how u likeing that opteron cragga?
i ended up getting a logitech G5 and oh gee i love it.got some good feet for it and have the weights set up just right and my frag level went up by atleast 20%.i did have the drivers installed when i first got it because 2000dpi was just to fast so i made a custom dpi of 1800 until i got used to it.now i run constent 2000dpi and no need for the drivers.they are kinda bloated anyhow and use about 10mb of resources to run in the background.also i could never quite get the game detection system down and gave up and that is all the drivers are really good for.even without the drivers you can set 2000,800,and 400 dpi.i really recommend this mouse to anybody and is well worth the price.later
Love it = Overclockers dream - Anyone thinking of buying a new chip i urge u to get one of these baby's
I recently switched from my Microsoft IntelliMouse and got a Logitech G5, and I'm loving it, now all there is to do is waste my money on a few extra keys and an LCD screen (G15 Keyboard) . :drool:
Sorry for bumping the thread...
I have a MX1000 Laser, but I find the battery life very disappointing. I usually find the battery lasts 2 days if I'm lucky, and I haven't played any games with it recently. After the MS Intellimouse wireless I had, which used one set of battries for a couple of months of intensive gaming, the MX1000 is a bit disappointing in the battery life department, but it is the most comfortable and fastest mouse I have ever used.
For the MMORPGs I play it is great, although I haven't played a FPS in donkies years. I think the last FPS I played was C&C Renegade...
Logitech OEM cordless Desktop:
Rechargables in mouse (eats batteries).
Original set of duracells in keyboard, though key letters are wearing off extremely badly - rather disappointed with Logitech on that.
On old system:
Typhoon/Anubis cordless (suffered the PSU failure that seems to be endemic to that model)
Chic Optical (wired) - great mouse, even better drivers, with a smart scroll function that worked far better than anything I've had before or since. The only make I'd consider now! Though the metallic finish has worn off, it still sits on the shelf as my standby.
Logitech MX-510...love it, fits my hand perfectly, nice weight and good responses...
Razer Diamondback Plasma L.E.
Thinking about the Razer Copperhead
i went with a super sleek logitech laser mouse beats the crap out of old school trackball setups i dont even need a mouse pad my bed spread will work as long as its flat
Logitech Internet Pro Desktop set, cheap...
Logitech M-S35. Good old ball mouse with 3 buttons
Edit: just noticed, this is a pretty old thread...
logitech g15 i think?
I love ole reliable........MS intellimouse optical usb......
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