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Best Budget Gaming Mouse Under 40

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August 16, 2013 5:33:18 PM

I have a Corsair M90 for my desktop, and now I'm looking for a cheap mouse to use for my laptop to play a quick game of LoL when i'm not at my desktop. Right now I'm using my awesome Logitech M BJ58 that i've had for years, but the 800dpi doesnt really compare to my M90. Any suggestions for something that will last me more than a year and still be good. Cheaper the better! I have a medium sized hand (its a tiny bit big for my M90) and usually use a palm grip.

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August 16, 2013 5:39:20 PM

I'm using a CM storm Sentinel advance 2 for 2 years now no problem so far. 8200 dpi, macro options and do an amazing job, paid 50$ and i've seen it at 40$ on NCIX and they give a 20$ Mail-in rebate so 20$ is what this mice will cost to you ;) 

http://www.cmstorm.com/en/products/peripherals/sentinel...

PS: i have big hands and i use palm no problem, my finger are beside the profile buttons (up of the scroll wheel) so medium hands should be correct too...
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August 16, 2013 5:39:57 PM

you can get an old style deathadder for about $30-35 on ebay.
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August 17, 2013 7:36:55 PM

I was looking for something from a company I've heard of lol ... the E3 seems a bit shady and cheap, which i know is redundant for my issue haha
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August 17, 2013 7:42:12 PM

I use an e-3lue and so does my cousin, we haven't had any problems
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August 17, 2013 8:52:29 PM

Right now I'm looking into a refirb Logitech g400s, refirb 3500 deathadder and the winner might end up being a perixx mx2000b unless I can get a great price on the g400
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August 18, 2013 6:44:07 AM

I think that the perixx looks really good, and it is highly reviewed, if you like it I'd say go for it, I had never heard of perixx before but reading the reviews it seems like a pretty great mouse
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August 18, 2013 6:56:35 AM

Yeah I saw the 3000, but it doesn't seem as out there as the 2000 so I'll save the whole buck.... Now just waiting on my eBay bids to see what mouse I get haha
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August 18, 2013 6:57:58 AM

Buffalufacus said:
Yeah I saw the 3000, but it doesn't seem as out there as the 2000 so I'll save the whole buck.... Now just waiting on my eBay bids to see what mouse I get haha


Yeah and reading more, the 2000 will be better for a medium sized hand. Good luck
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August 18, 2013 3:13:32 PM

Thanks for your help! I actually ended up winning a 2012 Deathadder for like 31 bucks, but I also have bids on a Logitech G100 (which I hope I don't win) and The Perixx MX2000 which if I win for under 20 I wouldn't mind using as a spare, or figuring out which one I like better and selling the other. So we shall see! I have a feeling after using my M90 the Deathadder will feel super cheap, but as long as it gets the job done and doesnt break within the year I'll be happy.
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August 18, 2013 5:01:32 PM

I like my Razer tournament controller, I'm not sure about their mouses, but the controller is top notch. Good luck again.
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August 18, 2013 6:24:05 PM

the old deathadder is one of the few products razer got right.

i've tried various high end mice and always return to the deathadder. the only issue i have with it is that the surface attracts dust however the rubberized coating is also one of the reasons i like the mouse. i havent found a mouse which works better for average sized hands and a palm grip.

of course this is my own opinion.

make sure you only clean it with a damp cloth (water only) and never use alcohol or other chemical cleaners on rubber coated perepherals. you can make the rubber tacky and its a nightmare after that. just listing it as a precaution. just as you shouldnt use chemicals to clean your monitor either.
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