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July 1, 2014 4:02:27 PM

Hey :)  so I'm trying to pick a new gaming mouse since my old one broke down and started double clicking.(it was kinda cheap) Now I've picked out these three, the SteelSeries Rival, Razer DeathAdder, and the ROCCAT Kone XTD Max but can't decide which to get. If anyone could recommend one of these from some experience that would be very helpful :) . Also a quick note, a lot of my decision on these three were based off of look but not just look alone and i personally really like the steelseries rival so if someone could vouch for it that would be great, thank you. Links to the mice: http://www.amazon.com/SteelSeries-Rival-Optical-Gaming-...

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00AAS888S/ref=as_li_t...

http://www.amazon.com/ROCCAT-Customization-Gaming-Mouse...

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July 1, 2014 6:47:40 PM

Mate. Go for Razer Deathadder blindly. It might seem a bit overpriced (because of lights and stuff) but it is worth it. It wont matter on what type of gamer you are (FPS,MMO,ETC.). You wont regret going for it. I surely recommend it. :D 

However, if you want something solid then go for Logitech Gaming and pick any of them as per your budget and liking.Don't forget to read the description for DPI and important details. ;) 

Here is the link of Logitech Gaming Series:
http://gaming.logitech.com/en-in/gaming-mice

Hope this helps.
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July 1, 2014 9:13:53 PM

orposer said:
The logitech g500s is pretty good. I picked one up an i love it. They have the g500 and g500s, also there is a wireless version to.

http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Gaming-Adjustable-Weight...

Solid mouse for the price with good options.


Thank you i'll check out the g500 and g500s, i've actually heard of those so i'll look in to them a bit more. :) 

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July 1, 2014 9:26:08 PM

StickyJamGamer said:
Mate. Go for Razer Deathadder blindly. It might seem a bit overpriced (because of lights and stuff) but it is worth it. It wont matter on what type of gamer you are (FPS,MMO,ETC.). You wont regret going for it. I surely recommend it. :D 

However, if you want something solid then go for Logitech Gaming and pick any of them as per your budget and liking.Don't forget to read the description for DPI and important details. ;) 

Here is the link of Logitech Gaming Series:
http://gaming.logitech.com/en-in/gaming-mice

Hope this helps.


So you say go for Deathadder huh, a lot of people seem to really like it. Thank you I'm going to check out some logitech mice too before any final decision, though i may be the only person in the world who has had some bad experience with them :/  . Also one of my friends has the steelseries sensei mouse and has said numerous times how amazing it is. Thing is I'm not of fan of metal coating(i have pretty big hands with long skinny fingers) it's always bothered me on a mouse so that's why i thought the rival might be a good choice. Do you have any experience with either? If i go with the deathadder or the kone i'll have to wait a little but i might be able to get the rival or a logitech mouse sooner. Thank you for responding :) 

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July 2, 2014 7:16:12 AM

shadow_hawk said:
StickyJamGamer said:
Mate. Go for Razer Deathadder blindly. It might seem a bit overpriced (because of lights and stuff) but it is worth it. It wont matter on what type of gamer you are (FPS,MMO,ETC.). You wont regret going for it. I surely recommend it. :D 

However, if you want something solid then go for Logitech Gaming and pick any of them as per your budget and liking.Don't forget to read the description for DPI and important details. ;) 

Here is the link of Logitech Gaming Series:
http://gaming.logitech.com/en-in/gaming-mice

Hope this helps.


So you say go for Deathadder huh, a lot of people seem to really like it. Thank you I'm going to check out some logitech mice too before any final decision, though i may be the only person in the world who has had some bad experience with them :/  . Also one of my friends has the steelseries sensei mouse and has said numerous times how amazing it is. Thing is I'm not of fan of metal coating(i have pretty big hands with long skinny fingers) it's always bothered me on a mouse so that's why i thought the rival might be a good choice. Do you have any experience with either? If i go with the deathadder or the kone i'll have to wait a little but i might be able to get the rival or a logitech mouse sooner. Thank you for responding :) 



Umm. Yes I have a logitech mouse too. Pretty good at its price point. I was never a fan of steelseries though I used Sensei which I didn't liked to much possibly because of its size and appearance,performance however was remarkable. Personally I would surely recommend Razer Deathadder. I think it is the best you can get for gaming and aesthetic purposes. Have fun. :bounce: 
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July 2, 2014 7:45:59 AM

shadow_hawk said:
StickyJamGamer said:
Mate. Go for Razer Deathadder blindly. It might seem a bit overpriced (because of lights and stuff) but it is worth it. It wont matter on what type of gamer you are (FPS,MMO,ETC.). You wont regret going for it. I surely recommend it. :D 

However, if you want something solid then go for Logitech Gaming and pick any of them as per your budget and liking.Don't forget to read the description for DPI and important details. ;) 

Here is the link of Logitech Gaming Series:
http://gaming.logitech.com/en-in/gaming-mice

Hope this helps.


So you say go for Deathadder huh, a lot of people seem to really like it. Thank you I'm going to check out some logitech mice too before any final decision, though i may be the only person in the world who has had some bad experience with them :/  . Also one of my friends has the steelseries sensei mouse and has said numerous times how amazing it is. Thing is I'm not of fan of metal coating(i have pretty big hands with long skinny fingers) it's always bothered me on a mouse so that's why i thought the rival might be a good choice. Do you have any experience with either? If i go with the deathadder or the kone i'll have to wait a little but i might be able to get the rival or a logitech mouse sooner. Thank you for responding :) 



I'm an owner of the DeathAdder 2013. Before you buy it, make sure that it's going to fit in your hand. See if you can go to a store to test it. When i first bought it i realized it was bigger than what i expected. However, i can use it comfortably(palm grip) now that i have spent a few weeks with it. I honestly don't know if people with small hands can use it.

Measure your hand size(from your wrist to the tip of your middle finger)
Mine is 20cm. If yours is around there as well, you aren't going to have any problems.
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July 3, 2014 2:03:18 AM

StickyJamGamer said:
shadow_hawk said:
StickyJamGamer said:
Mate. Go for Razer Deathadder blindly. It might seem a bit overpriced (because of lights and stuff) but it is worth it. It wont matter on what type of gamer you are (FPS,MMO,ETC.). You wont regret going for it. I surely recommend it. :D 

However, if you want something solid then go for Logitech Gaming and pick any of them as per your budget and liking.Don't forget to read the description for DPI and important details. ;) 

Here is the link of Logitech Gaming Series:
http://gaming.logitech.com/en-in/gaming-mice

Hope this helps.


So you say go for Deathadder huh, a lot of people seem to really like it. Thank you I'm going to check out some logitech mice too before any final decision, though i may be the only person in the world who has had some bad experience with them :/  . Also one of my friends has the steelseries sensei mouse and has said numerous times how amazing it is. Thing is I'm not of fan of metal coating(i have pretty big hands with long skinny fingers) it's always bothered me on a mouse so that's why i thought the rival might be a good choice. Do you have any experience with either? If i go with the deathadder or the kone i'll have to wait a little but i might be able to get the rival or a logitech mouse sooner. Thank you for responding :) 



Umm. Yes I have a logitech mouse too. Pretty good at its price point. I was never a fan of steelseries though I used Sensei which I didn't liked to much possibly because of its size and appearance,performance however was remarkable. Personally I would surely recommend Razer Deathadder. I think it is the best you can get for gaming and aesthetic purposes. Have fun. :bounce: 


Thank you! helped me out a lot :D 
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July 3, 2014 2:05:00 AM

DCV said:
shadow_hawk said:
StickyJamGamer said:
Mate. Go for Razer Deathadder blindly. It might seem a bit overpriced (because of lights and stuff) but it is worth it. It wont matter on what type of gamer you are (FPS,MMO,ETC.). You wont regret going for it. I surely recommend it. :D 

However, if you want something solid then go for Logitech Gaming and pick any of them as per your budget and liking.Don't forget to read the description for DPI and important details. ;) 

Here is the link of Logitech Gaming Series:
http://gaming.logitech.com/en-in/gaming-mice

Hope this helps.


So you say go for Deathadder huh, a lot of people seem to really like it. Thank you I'm going to check out some logitech mice too before any final decision, though i may be the only person in the world who has had some bad experience with them :/  . Also one of my friends has the steelseries sensei mouse and has said numerous times how amazing it is. Thing is I'm not of fan of metal coating(i have pretty big hands with long skinny fingers) it's always bothered me on a mouse so that's why i thought the rival might be a good choice. Do you have any experience with either? If i go with the deathadder or the kone i'll have to wait a little but i might be able to get the rival or a logitech mouse sooner. Thank you for responding :) 



I'm an owner of the DeathAdder 2013. Before you buy it, make sure that it's going to fit in your hand. See if you can go to a store to test it. When i first bought it i realized it was bigger than what i expected. However, i can use it comfortably(palm grip) now that i have spent a few weeks with it. I honestly don't know if people with small hands can use it.

Measure your hand size(from your wrist to the tip of your middle finger)
Mine is 20cm. If yours is around there as well, you aren't going to have any problems.


Thanks, i think I'll go ahead and get the Deathadder :) 

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